Amazon has postponed its twice-a-year all-hands meeting because of the coronavirus, and it means workers won't hear directly from Jeff Bezos at a time of uncertainty (AMZN)
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Amazon's twice-a-year internal all-hands staff meeting, scheduled for March 19, has been postponed indefinitely.

The move follows the company's decision to have all employees globally work from home, if they can, as coronavirus continues to spread worldwide.

It's a missed opportunity for some employees because the all-hands offer a rare chance to ask questions directly to Amazon's leadership, including CEO Jeff Bezos.

At these events, Bezos often speaks in language that's more candid than what...

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