Amazon has a ‘fail fast, fail often’ culture, and executives use a tongue-in-cheek term to refer to shuttered initiatives (AMZN)

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At Amazon, the term “abandoned in place” refers to programs that the company is abruptly ditching. Under-performing programs are usually shrugged off right after the holiday season, when Amazon has unusually-high order volumes.  Still, the quick-changing culture can cause stress, too.  Are you an Amazon employee? Email rpremack@businessinsider.com. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

When the coronavirus isn’t walloping the global economy, the first three months of the year at Amazon is a time to reflect on how the hectic holiday season went — and smooth out issues that may have risen during that time. Certain

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