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Image caption Jeff Bezos was speaking at an anniversary event for technology magazine Wired. Amazon will work enthusiastically with the US military, its founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has said. His unequivocal position comes as other firms, such as Google, pulled out of defence work after employee pressure. "If big tech companies are going to turn their back on the US Department of Defense, this country is going to be in trouble,” Mr Bezos said. His firm is in the process of bidding for a major contract with the US Department of Defense . The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project - known as Jedi - is a 10-year deal to offer cloud computing services, worth as much as $10bn (£7.6bn). Full story

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