Can FedEx Survive without Amazon?

In detail, Ratuken Intelligence estimates Amazon’s share of US ecommerce sales fell from 35.1% in 2017 to 33.7% in 2018. Additionally, Amazon’s share of the US ecommerce market was 28.9% in November 2018. On the other hand, Amazon’s share of America e-commerce rose to 39% during the December 2018 holiday buying frenzy.

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CVS Health is one of America’s biggest grocers

However, CVS is still a minor player when you compare it to America’s largest “grocer” Walmart (NYSE: WMT), and largest standalone grocer Kroger (NYSE: KR). For the record, Kroger had 10.2% of the grocery market and Walmart 21.4%.

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Ford Tests Folding and Walking Delivery Robot

The plan is for a self-driving Ford Transit van to haul Digit to your house. Next, the robot will carry the package to your doorstep. Theoretically, this process requires no humans. Although present-day vehicles will require a driver.

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Why Aldi is America’s most Disruptive Grocer

Aldi is positioning itself to cash in on America’s growing income inequality and increasing wage stagnation. Specifically, Aldi is the perfect shopping experience for an increasingly cash-strapped middle class. Indeed, Pew Research estimates middle-class Americans’ purchasing power in 2016 had not grown in over 40 years.

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Walmart’s AI Customer Surveillance raises Ethical Questions

Thus shoppers pay to participate in Walmart’s behavioral sciences experiment. TechCrunch claims Walmart’s AI is not recording what customers buy. However, the AI can discern many customer behaviors.

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Target Makes Money amidst the Retail Apocalypse

Target will have to up its delivery game dramatically just survive in that retail environment. Consequently, Target will need to spend a lot of money it lacks just to stay competitive.

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Walmart Lives but is it Making Money?

Walmart lives is the message the latest financial numbers scream at us. For instance, Walmart (NYSE: WMT) reports a gross

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