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Lessons For Retailers: How Does Amazon Do It?

Posted at 1:31PM Tuesday 18 Dec 2012

It's worth taking note of what Amazon does well, and looking for opportunities where traditional retailers can compete. A race to the bottom on price probably isn't going to get it done, though it's a natural temptation.

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