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Jeff Bezos says Amazon is not his ‘most important work.’ It’s this secretive rocket company that toils in the Texas desert.

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In a recent in-depth interview, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said that Amazon and his other businesses aren’t nearly as important as Blue Origin.
Blue Origin builds, tests, and launches reusable rockets and spaceships in the desert of west Texas.
Bezos said he wants Blue Origin to help move all heavy industry into space and transform Earth into a residential and “very beautiful planet.”

Jeff Bezos, the richest human on Earth, says Amazon and other lucrative ventures will never be as important to him as Blue Origin, his secretive aerospace startup in the Texas desert.

Bezos made the comments during a wide-ranging interview with Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of Axel Springer (Business Insider’s parent company) on April 24 in Berlin.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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