Jeff Bezos announced he will be stepping down as the CEO of Amazon, the company he founded, later this year. He'll transition to the role of executive chairman of Amazon’s board. He will be replaced as CEO by Andy Jassy, who has been leading the Amazon Web Services cloud team. Amazon of course is a massive, hugely powerful and influential company which has made itself a daily part of life for millions of Americans. So what does this change mean for the company and Bezos going forward? Dr. Stephen Andriole, the Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology at the Villanova School of Business joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to break down the impact of the CEO change at one of the most important companies ever, and what's in store for Bezos after he exits the trenches.
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