Tesla's Musk Calls for Amazon 'Break Up' After a Covid-19 Book Rejected


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Investing.com – Tesla (NASDAQ:) CEO Elon Musk called for the “break up” of Amazon after the e-commerce giant refused to sell former New York Times (NYSE:) reporter Alex Berenson’s book on the coronavirus pandemic.

Berenson’s book, “Unreported Truths about Covid-19 and Lockdowns: Part 1: Introduction and Death Counts and Estimates,” which questions the overarching coronavirus narrative, failed to comply with its guidelines, Amazon said.

In a tweet calling for the break up of Amazon, Musk said monopolies are just “plain wrong.”

Amazon.com (NASDAQ:) was largely flat on the day. Tesla fell 1.3%.

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