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The process took a weekinterviewed at Amazon.com (Seattle, WA) in January 2009.


I did several rounds of phone interviews with multiple people in the department. The interviews were very substantive in that the interviewers really probed on how I would handle specific negotiation issues. The process may be off-putting to some, though I found it very interesting and informative. My advice to future candidates is to be prepared to reveal/discuss your thought process; the situations presented did not have right answers but certainly had wrong answers. I also did a substantive skills test and then was asked about my thinking regarding my responses to the test.

At the end, I cut off the interview process because I decided I wasn't ready to leave my current position.

Interview Questions

  • How would you handle a business client that's insisting on moving forward with a product release that you know is fraught with legal risk?   1 Answer
  • How would you handle a vendor that refuses to indemnify your company for X, Y, and Z?   1 Answer

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