Amazon Prime Air founder Daniel Buchmueller has quietly left Amazon
4 days ago - By Business Insider
It's no secret that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos wants to deliver packages and parcels using drones in the future.
What has been a secret, however, is that the man who conceived the ambitious idea for sub-30 minute aerial Amazon deliveries quietly left the company towards the end of last year.
Daniel Buchmueller, the cofounder of Amazon Prime Air, left Amazon's Cambridge office in October 2016, according to his LinkedIn profile, to join Flatiron Health in New York the following month.
It's unclear why Buchmueller left the ecommerce giant at this stage and Amazon is yet to respond to Business...
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