After the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos noted that he is spotting a 25 year old marriage with McCain Bezos, that the media immediately started to appear. amount of 149 dollars to get to his wife. to the first place in Forbes's list of the richest people.
Their answer to this question is 35 billion, and many have said that Bezos has passed well, because if McCancy wanted to go to court with his assistant, he may have been I would like to ask for a particular question – especially since she took part in the creation of the Amazon and her work from the first day.
In the gallery, look at who replaced him with the Amazon owner, such as the cocpit, instead of Loren Sanchez.
Macenzi Bezos, born McKenzie Tatl in San Francisco in 1970, was a very good student and talented writer. Even a Nobel religious figure, Tony Morrison, said Mackenzie “the most true student she had ever won.” But she still leaves everything to support Bezos as she is today. .
As she told herself, when she first heard about Jeff's idea of setting up "Amazon," she left everything and gave him support. Jeff Bezos launched "Amazon" as an online bookshop in his garage in 1994.
Once, in an interview with Vogue, she said she was shy and had spent days writing essays and stories. She published the first book only six years. Original manuscripts lost 142 pages of flood. When he finished a secondary school, McKenzie enrolled at Hotchkis College, where she moved to Princeton famous.
During her research, she worked as a dishwasher, a waiter, a shopkeeper in a boutique, a cashier, a restaurant lady in a restaurant, a nanny, and a Tony Morrison joiner. T Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winner. After the investigation, she got a job "paying bills while she is writing," she explained in an interview with Vog. It was in that company that she met her current wife who was the vice-president of the company and the first time she had been to get an interview. Later, she was the first person to call for lunch, and only three months later the couple believed. A year after he was convicted, in 1994, they burned in a company they met, and moved to Seattle to set up the "Amazon".
Mackenzie was one of the first staff employed in the company, where she first worked as a census accountant, but did not write up. In an interview, her husband found out that she was able to find her husband through the bathroom as she was working on her novels. It took ten years to write the novel "Testing Luther Albright". The reason for writing as far as family responsibilities was. In that time, the couple had three children. For the novel "The Traps," in 2005, McCann won the prize and, in order to write another book, decided that she should hide from her husband what she was writing about.
It is, as Mackenzie says, always gets time to read his books. She says that she is trying to write every day, and that it is the best day of her writing before anyone can get up. This way, she explained, "that is connected to the story".
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