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    Amazon Loses Bid to Resume Selling Non-Essential Goods in France
    After a French court’s ruling restricting Amazon deliveries into the country amid coronavirus fears, the online retailer's subsequent move to appeal has suffered a stopping blow. According to the Reuters News Agency, a judge this Friday upheld the ruling in favor of French workers union...

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    Amazon’s Advertising Business Projected to Slow Down

    Amazon’s Advertising Business Projected to Slow Down

    Amazon’s stocks have been performing well amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The AMZN listing recently hit an all-time high following an uptick in the company’s cloud and e-commerce businesses. Its advertising business, however, is expected to slow down. James Lee, an analyst at Mizuho, projects that Amazon’s ad business growth will fall to 28% from an earlier estimat...

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    Amazon Advertisers Witness Sales Surge amid Stimulus Spending

    Amazon Advertisers Witness Sales Surge amid Stimulus Spending

    For the first time since the lockdown began, there was a significant spike in sale conversions due to record sales activity on Amazon, resonating with the best cyber Monday or Black Friday promotions. Amazon advertisers reported reinvigorated accounts as consumers across the retail landscape engaged with brands. The phenomenon was attributed...

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    Amazon's Parcel Delivery Powerhouse Slowly Overshadowing FedEx, USPS, and UPS

    Amazon's Parcel Delivery Powerhouse Slowly Overshadowing FedEx, USPS, and UPS

    Due to the acceleration of e-commerce by the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon's shares have spiked, and obviously, package delivery is quickly becoming another of the online superstore's mainstays. Before Covid-19 struck, Amazon’s leading edge was happening through their state of the art cloud computing segment. While studying the Amazon market ticker AMZN, analy...

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    Walmart+ to Provide Alternative to Amazon Prime

    Walmart+ to Provide Alternative to Amazon Prime

    Amazon has become a household name, especially with their hard-to-beat Prime membership, which gives customers a variety of perks, not the least of which is free 2-day shipping on most items. According to Recode, Walmart may have a plan to vie for some of those sales with their own version, called Walmart+. What Is Walmart+? Walmart already offers a prescription service called Delivery Unlimited, which offers customers same-day grocery delivery, much like Amazon Prime's Whole Food delivery service. Walmart+ would be an expanded, and probably slightly more expensive, version of Delivery Unlimited that would compete more directly with Amazon, with one important advantage: Walmart has physical locations, not just for groceries, but for everything from gas to electroni...

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    Indications Point to Imminent Amazon Air European Launch

    Indications Point to Imminent Amazon Air European Launch

    The biggest clue that Amazon is poised for its European freight airline unit launch came after the global online retailer advertised an area manager vacancy, located in Germany's Leipzig Airport. This position offered an opportunity for the individual that will manage Amazon Air's Europe subsidiary, lead...

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    Sellers Forced to Adapt to Amazon's FBA Blockade

    Sellers Forced to Adapt to Amazon's FBA Blockade

    With consumers still buying their goods, Amazon sellers are forced to adapt after the e-commerce giant suspended its shipments of "non-essential" products. Amazon's temporary suspension of all "non-essential" shipments of products to Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) warehouses on March 16 has hit Amazon sellers hard. Digital Commerce 360 reports that this suspension has yet to be lifted in early April and as the 30-day anniversary of the suspension nears, sellers have been forced to adapt.  ...

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