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Amazon’s company culture may be hurting its streaming business

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With a company as large and wealthy as Amazon, it has more than enough resources to take down its competitors in the streaming industry — but why hasn’t it? Prime Video boasts the adaptations of several big-name franchises, like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Boys, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, and the upcoming Fallout, but the technology foundation that Amazon’s built upon seems to be a problem for its streaming business.

As detailed in this piece from The Hollywood Reporter, some of the tension behind the scenes at Prime Video stems from Amazon’s Big Tech culture. Amazon is notorious for how it treats employees as cogs in the larger business machine, and that doesn’t exactly mesh well with the talent-obsessed ways of…

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