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Jeff Bezos's No Good Very Bad Year Not Actually That Bad

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Oh, it was certainly a rough one for the Amazon chief. But he's still got a good number of clams to keep his spirits up.

Chief Executive Bezos saw his Amazon holdings lose about $7.4 billion in value over the course of the year as the e-commerce giant’s shares fell more than 22%. Still, Bezos’ 84 million shares, equal to 18.3% of the company, will ring in the New Year with a value of roughly $26.1 billion.

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