While the economy bumbles along, corporate earnings in the tech world have been surprisingly strong. And with the stock market feeling perky and possible tax changes next year, company execs are feeling like it's time to turn some stock into cash. The latest is Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who's made $792 million (!) selling his company's shares this year, the New York Post reports.
Amazon.com Chairman and CEO Jeff Bezos joined a growing conga line of US corporate insiders earlier this month when he sold 932,811 of his 89 million company shares -- pocketing a cool $152 million. The sale brought his total 2010 sales of Amazon stock to 6 million shares and his take to $792 million.
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