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On Tuesday, Amazon broke ground on its $1.5 billion airport development near Cincinnati. CEO Jeff Bezos made a surprise appearance at the opening. Bezos hopped on aboard a front loader to lift the first pile of dirt. Amazon is taking further control of its shipping process while seeking to cut costs and speed up delivery times.

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