Amazon Ends Retail as We Know It
Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss Amazon.com's most recent innovation. The company now plans to offer same-day delivery on a majority of its products, which could signal the end of retail as we know it. Many analysts wonder whether this could increase prices, but a steadily grown distribution chain should keep Amazon's prices low and this new business profitable.
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