House lawmakers ask Amazon to prove Bezos and other execs didn't lie to Congress

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Jeff Bezos, then the CEO of Amazon, testifies in Congress by videoconference on July 29, 2020. Graeme Jennings-Pool/Getty Images

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Five members of a congressional committee say Jeff Bezos and other Amazon executives misled lawmakers and may have lied under oath, according to a Monday letter to Andy Jassy, who succeeded Bezos as CEO in July.

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is asking Amazon for “exculpatory” evidence in light of news reports about the company’s special treatment of its own brands

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