Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos rarely speaks publicly if it doesn’t involve the launch of an Amazon product. And it’s even more rare for Bezos to sit down for a long, public one-on-one interview.
He made an exception earlier this month for Henry Blodget and Business Insider, in which Bezos is an investor. In a 50-minute interview that touched on a wide range of topics, Blodget peppered Bezos with questions on the Fire phone disaster, the company’s infamous frugality and Bezos’s own succession plan.
There’s a ton of other good stuff in the interview — such as how Amazon has convinced Wall Street that quarterly profits don’t matter. Enjoy:
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.