Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos introduces the new Kindle Touch in New York, in September 2011.
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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Washington Post's new boss is Jeff Bezos, who is the founder of Amazon.com. He bought the paper for for $250 million on Aug. 5. Wednesday, he will meet with key staffers.
Bezos is expected to meet with reporters, hold a noon lunch with editors and answer questions about the future of the newsroom.
He started his two-day tour Tuesday.
There are big questions for the tech business leader about how he'll run one of the biggest papers in the world. Bezos has hinted at what role he would play in the Post's day-to-day decision-making. He has suggested he'll offer a "point of view" but said he did not expect to be involved with the daily operations of The Post.