A look at Amazon's extraordinary empire

Amazon is so much more than online shopping — here's how big its become

What started in Jeff Bezos' garage in 1994 has now become a global behemoth. Amazon accounts for about half of every dollar spent online in the U.S. and it sells more than 500 million products. But it is so much more than e-commerce.

It's a logistics company, it manufacturers hardware and robots, sells food, creates award-winning movies and is far and away the leading provider of cloud infrastructure technology.

Here's a look at how big Amazon's empire has become.