Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon.com Inc. and owner of the Washington Post, has other options to 'gawker' the National Enquirer.
The report comes after the appointment of an Amazon critic to an oversight board with the potential to veto the deal for one of two locations selected by Amazon for its "HQ2."
The vote, which must be held by May, has increased the influence of local retailers that lobbied for growth-crimping curbs on the US giants.
West Coast-based attorney Christopher Melcher says their divorce will be handled as quickly as an Amazon delivery.
While Wall Street took the announcement in stride, investors will be watching to see if the divorce settlement affects Bezos’s control of Amazon.
In earlier tweets, Grella criticized another story in the Post for speculating about the possible second headquarters location based on flight patterns of Bezos’ jet.
Bezos's net worth topped $150 billion on Monday, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, making him the world's richest person in decades.
The Amazon.com Inc. founder’s net worth cracked $150 billion in New York, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.