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You may have noticed that the Washington Post section has been on the back burner since July 2017, when Amazon announced that it would buy the company for $5 billion.
The news sparked widespread criticism, and the Post reported that Amazon had tried to convince Post executives that it had a different approach to how it deals with online customers.
A spokeswoman for Amazon declined to comment.
But that doesn’t mean that Amazon has been ignoring the Post’s customer complaints.
It just means that its response has been slower than that of Amazon’s competitors, which have been more responsive to customers’ concerns.
For example, Amazon’s response to customer complaints in January was much more measured, as it moved quickly to address the issues it identified.
The company said it had addressed some of the complaints and would provide customers with additional help, but it also took time to determine the causes and improve its customer service.
“We took a proactive approach to respond to these issues in an orderly and timely manner, and we are committed to working with customers to deliver the best possible experience,” an Amazon spokesperson told The Washington Mail.
“Amazon has made significant investments in customer service in recent years and we will continue to invest in customer experience.”
Amazon has been trying to improve its service since acquiring Post in the summer of 2016.
It hired the former head of its customer support and support division to head the company’s customer-service department.
It has hired several more new employees, including a new senior manager.
Amazon has also begun making investments in its technology.
Amazon has invested more than $100 million in building out its Alexa voice assistant, and it has hired some of its biggest technology executives to run its technology teams.
The company also has hired new talent, like former Amazon chief product officer Rob Enderle, who is now chief technology officer of a start-up.
The Post has also been trying harder to improve the quality of its coverage, even though its customers often complain that the newspaper is biased against the company.
A recent investigation by the Post found that the paper frequently promoted stories that didn’t match the tone of the news and that it didn’t follow up with readers who complained about a story.
A majority of readers complained that the Post had ignored their comments, while just 22 percent of readers wrote that the newsroom didn’t bother to investigate the stories.
Some of those readers are now complaining about the Post in particular.
One reader said that after she complained about the paper’s coverage of the opioid crisis, she got a phone call from an editor who asked her to remove an article from the paper because she said it was biased against doctors and doctors and not medical professionals.
Another reader said the newspaper gave a favorable report to a company that sells an anti-depressant that was not tested on patients but instead has no approved use.
The new Post business section has some interesting content.
For example, readers can share their thoughts on whether it’s too late to sue Amazon.
The site also includes a list of ways to take action.
One person who has already taken action to take Amazon to task is Matt O’Brien, the editor-in-chief of the newspaper’s blog.
O’Malley is not alone in his concern.
Several other senior editors and business editors have publicly criticized the company over its treatment of Amazon.