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  • Why do we hate Wal-Mart but love Amazon?

    … blog The Next Web poses a very poignant question. Why do we despise Wal-Mart while Amazon is just as guilty of being cutthroat in the retail world? Think about it for a moment, Amazon started off selling books. Add that to the advent of Amazon’s e-reader, The Kindle, and now you would be hard-pressed to find a physical bookstore. Amazon has also…

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  • Amazon’s Prime Day Brought Buyers to Other Brand Retailers As Well

    … by its rivals. This is still Amazon’s sales event, giving the company a greater lift versus its peers. According to Slice Intelligence, last year Target and Walmart shoppers spent more money with those respective retailers on Cyber Monday and Black Friday than on Prime Day, when attention was focused on Amazon. That does not mean there is not room…

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  • In the battle for supremacy, is one retailer fighting to survive?

    … While Amazon and Walmart continue their battle of the retail titans, another player has entered into the fray and thrown down the gauntlet towards its larger opponents. While never far from the consumer conscience, eBay is not the retail stalwart that it once was. However, recently, they have thrown what could amount to as a monkey wrench…

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  • Are we headed for a retail duopoly?

    … as they are in the process of acquiring organic grocery store Whole foods. While not even coming close to Wal-Mart’s almost 5,000 locations across the country, including Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market and Sam’s Club, this acquisition would give Amazon a substantial foot in the door in the country’s grocery market. With its already popular online business, with just…

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  • Walmart to possibly have employees deliver packages

    … In case you were unaware, the nation’s largest retailer, Walmart, has an online presence that is working on rivaling Amazon. The place where Amazon beats Walmart is delivery. With an Amazon Prime subscription you can get unlimited free delivery. Now, Walmart is planning on challenging that by asking their employees to deliver packages from…

    Greg's Corner- 19 readers -
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