Brad Stone

Silicon Valley journalist and author


Excerpts from The Upstarts, Volume 2: The Real Origins of Uber

Excerpts of The Upstarts, Volume 1: The Secret Weapons of Uber and Airbnb

Silicon Valley Reckons with its Political Power

Welcome to Larry Page’s Flying Car Factories

Questions for Book Clubs About The Everything Store

Blogging The Everything Store: Amazon is Santa Claus

The Everything Store Wins ‘Business Book of the Year’

The Everything Store, Italian Edition

Responding to MacKenzie Bezos’s One-Star Slapdown of The Everything Store

The New York Times Review(s)

More Great Coverage

Talking with Author Daniel Pink About the Everything Store

Talking to NBC’s David Gregory about The Everything Store

Blogging the Everything Store 2: Jeff Bezos’s League of Shadows

Blogging the Everything Store 1: Climbing Amazon’s Ladder

Media Appearance Monday

How I Found Jeff Bezos’s Biological Father

Secrets of the Amazon: “The Everything Store” Book Excerpts are Now Out!

Grading the Kindle Fire as Amazon’s Tablet Turns Two

Amazon Unveils New Kindle Readers

Talking About Jeff Bezos’s Buy of the Washington Post

Shocker: Jeff Bezos Buys the Washington Post!

Why Hasn’t the Web Changed the Real Estate Business?

Battered Dreams, Battered Dreamliner

Does Jeff Bezos Care About Profits?

Excerpts from The Upstarts, Volume 2: The Real Origins of Uber

The ride-hailing company Uber Technologies was invented by a Canadian and originally coded in Mexico. An excerpt from the book on Uber’s origins in The Guardian, published just as the world is taking a new look at Uber’s character amid charges of complicity with the Trump administration.