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The Washington Post company was founded by Stilson Hutchins and publically spawned in 2013 as a privately held company.
Washington Post has a daily circulation of about ~1.5 million copies per day and it is headquartered in Washington D.C., USA.
The Washington Post is considered to be one of the most influential newspapers, with its vast amount of readership, they have been ranked number 2 on the list of 100 Most Valuable Brands worldwide, right behind Disney Company. The brand "Washington Post" itself receives an annual estimation worth 4 billion dollars annually according to Forbes magazine ranking.
The founder, Stilson Hutchins created The Washington Post at age 26 after leaving his job at a law firm that he had worked for 7 years, the company was initially called "The Washington Evening Post".
In 2013, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post for $250 million and became publisher, so far Washington Post's influence has only risen since Bezos has taken over as owner.