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Capitalizing on Amazon’s Weakest Link: Inventory Management

Five ways distributors can improve customer relationships with vending tools.
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Amazon Second Quarter Sales Up 19.8%

For the first six months sales grew 18.5% to $123.1 billion.
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Amazon Warehouse Staff Plan Strike Over Working Conditions

Workers in Minnesota are planning to strike during Prime Day on July 15, one of the company’s biggest sales events.
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Amazon Surpasses FedEx, UPS, USPS to Become its Own Biggest Shipper

The company delivers 48% of its packages, according to Rakuten Intelligence.
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Amazon Business Launches Business Prime in the UK

Business Prime gives members access to Prime delivery benefits including unlimited one-day, same-day and nominated-day delivery.
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Will Amazon’s One-Day Shipping Kill the Distribution Industry?

Only if distributors try to beat Amazon at its own game.
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Amazon Shipping Warehouse to Open in August

The facility will bring 1,000 jobs to the Salem, Oregon, area.
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Amazon Raises the Bar… Again

Prime one-day shipping slated for $800-million investment in Q2.
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Why Third-Party Sellers Are Important to Amazon

Bezos outlines growth in annual shareholders letter
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The Real Reason Amazon Is Taking Your Customers

The web giant’s customer-first approach plays a massive role in the company’s success.
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Article Access: Commentary: Amazon Business: Partner, Competitor or Both?

As the lead analyst for Amazon Business at MDM, Ian Heller tries to discern the company’s intentions and market performance. But Amazon’s plans for its B2B division as well as its results are murky, partly because the company doesn’t say much about them – especially the results.

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Article Access: Amazon Business VP Prentis Wilson

In part 1 of this MDM exclusive interview, Prentis Wilson, Vice President of Amazon Business, shares his thoughts on the value proposition of Amazon Business, its current focus and the polarized view many distributors and suppliers have for the company’s market position. A complete version of this interview will be available on MDM’s new podcast series, Disrupting Distribution.

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