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Sainsbury's To Abandon Selling Books Online

Posted at 12:18PM Monday 06 Jan 2014

Sainsbury's is to abandon the sale of CDs, DVDs, and books through the internet in an admission of the difficulties facing retailers trying to sell physical media online.

The supermarket retailer will stop taking online orders for physical media products from the end of February.

Telegraph




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