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In the course of the discussion, Bezos articulated the thought process that motivated his purchasing decision, a decision he broke into a two-part framework. Donald Graham, son of the Washington Post’s legendary publisher Katharine Graham, was the first to suggest Bezos buy the Post. Bezos, he thought, had the requisites of a promising buyer. Bezos countered that idea; he had no interest in such an investment. By Bezos’s own accord, he wasn’t looking to purchase or invest in the newspaper business at all. He had no knowledge of newspapers. Graham reminded him it wasn’t newspaper expertise they were after, but mastery of the internet. Bezos said he would think about it. “I had to do some soul-searching….Is this something I want to get involved in?” he said . If he did decide to do it, he knew he would have to put “some heart into it and some work into it.” The financials of the business weren’t promising. Bezos admitted the business was “upside-down.” As a high fixed-cost business, they were bleeding money. It wasn’t an intrinsic operational issue, but the changing landscape.
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Hong Kong is going to be put like a little ant into a box.” In recent years, especially since mass pro-democracy protests in 2014 that ended with no concessions from the government, Beijing has struggled to win hearts and minds, especially among those youths who reject any notion of being part of mainland China and have chafed at perceived meddling in Hong Kong’s affairs. As protesters demanded greater freedoms amid some talk of splitting Hong Kong from China, Beijing tightened its grip, jailing some young protest leaders, forcing others to flee and taking the wind out of the democracy movement’s sails. Hong Kong officials dismissed concerns that Hong Kong’s identity was being swamped. “In such a closely knitted hinterland, there is always a wish to bring down any sort of unnecessary barriers,” Hong Kong Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau told Reuters. “But that’s not to say compromising on one country, two systems,” Yau added, referring to the formula by which Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule with the promise that its “capitalist system and way of life” would remain unchanged until at least 2047. “The bottom line will still be one country, two systems,” Yau added. “The Basic Law (Hong Kong’s mini-constitution) does not have an expiry date of 2047.” Bernard Chan, who runs an insurance business and sits on Hong Kong’s Executive Council which advises the government on policy, said he believes China wants to make Hong Kong work in its best interests. The high speed rail and bridge will bolster existing infrastructure that already allows more than 600,000 people to shuttle between the two sides daily by road, rail and sea. Beijing wants the Greater Bay Area, home to some 68 million people with a combined GDP of $1.5 trillion, roughly that of Australia or South Korea, to model itself on San Francisco Bay and Tokyo Bay, to better meld people, goods and sectors including finance, tourism, logistics, manufacturing and tech.