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Walmart Is Beating Amazon In This Business Worth $35 Billion

If you thought Amazon was the best in every category, check this out!
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Whole Foods And Amazon Cutting Prices Again

So there's good news and bad news! According to CNN , Amazon is cutting prices on hundreds of products at Whole Foods for the third time in two years! Effective Wednesday, Whole Foods and Amazon said customers will save approximately 20% off select items, including greens, tomatoes and fruits. "...
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Alexa Predicts The Super Bowl Champion And You'll Want To Hear It!

Will Brady get his sixth ring? We sure hope so!
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Jeff And MacKenzie Bezos

Fine, but Who Gets Whole Foods? Amazon's Jeff Bezos Announces Divorce From Wife Mackenzie

After a surprise announcement, many are left wondering what happens next for the richest man in the world
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Amazon Announces HQ2 Location And It's Not Boston

Beantown was not selected after the 14-month search.
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Amazon Echo Smart Home Alexa Voice Service in a living room

New Alexa Model Could Recognize When You’re Sick, Interpret Emotions

People have already been concerned that Amazon Echo’s Alexa is always listening. Now, her possible new advancements have us even more terrified of the helpful technology.
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Jimmy Kimmel: Amazon to Deliver Your Child on Your Doorstep

After announcing their ventures into the Christmas tree business, the now trillion-dollar Amazon conglomerate has...
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Amazon Is Getting Into Christmas Tree Business

Here we go again-- Amazon is seriously taking over the world.
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A portion of the sign advertising Amazon Go is seen outside the grocery store's location on June 16, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Amazon announced that it will buy Whole Foods Market, Inc. for over $13 billion dollars.

Amazon Follows Apple Into Trillion Dollar Business Territory

Amazon is now the second American company worth a staggering TRILLION dollars, joining Apple.
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David & Sue Investigating their Amazon Order History

David & Sue allow their family to use their Amazon Prime account for free shipping, and every so often they will check their order history for kicks and giggles... and some of the things they have come across are just hilarious!
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