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Last-Minute Shoppers Increasingly Trust Only Amazon to Deliver

“Amazon has just built up its reputation around rapid fulfillment incredibly well,” Mr. Carlborg said. “Customers really trust Amazon’s fulfillment offerings.” Those shoppers include Carissa Vinovskis, 26, who puts in 12-hour days researching diabetes at Children’s Hospital Colorado. She used to shop for Christmas gifts in stores, but as she …

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France, Not Waiting for European Union, to Tax U.S. Tech Firms as ’19 Starts

PARIS — With the so-called Yellow Vest movement forcing concessions that have widened the country’s budget shortfall, the French government is accelerating a plan to place hefty taxes on American technology giants that have long maneuvered to keep their bills low while reaping huge sums of money. France has been …

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Amazon Reverses Ban on Letting Australians Use Its Main Site

SYDNEY, Australia — Amazon will grant Australians access to products from its main website, walking back a decision made earlier this year that angered its customers in the country. The online retailer had announced that it would redirect Australians to a local website to comply with changes to Australian tax …

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How to Get the Most Out of Black Friday (Even if You’re Not Into Tech)

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your TV or your cutting board, there’s a strong chance you’ll get the opportunity to do so this Black Friday. At Wirecutter, we watch for discounts on great gear every day, so we can help you decide whether those deals are worth taking advantage of. …

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Amazon’s New Neighbor: The Nation’s Largest Housing Project

Until recently, the most important thing to know about Amazon for residents of the Queensbridge Houses, the country’s largest public housing project, was that any packages left in a lobby would likely be stolen. But Amazon may soon be a far larger presence in their New York City neighborhood. The …

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Alibaba Had Another Big Singles Day. The Party May Not Last.

The company’s methods for ginning up excitement have come under scrutiny before. Two years ago, Alibaba said that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission was investigating it for the way it reports Singles Day sales. The company’s preferred metric, gross merchandise value, is supposed to represent the amount of …

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After Protest, Booksellers Are Victorious Against Amazon Subsidiary

Vic Zoschak, president of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America, was optimistic on the sudden resolution. “I choose to believe yesterday’s dialogue between the two camps will be but a start to improved communications and relations, each dedicated to a continued win-win association,” he said. Experts in selling on Amazon …

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Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

SAN FRANCISCO — More than 250 antiquarian book dealers in 24 countries say they are pulling over a million books off an Amazon-owned site for a week, an impromptu protest after the site abruptly moved to ban sellers from several nations. The flash strike against the site, AbeBooks, which is …

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Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

SHANGHAI — A slowing economy is taking a toll on China’s biggest e-commerce company. The Alibaba Group on Friday reported $12.4 billion in revenue for the latest quarter, a 54 percent increase from a year earlier but less than analysts’ estimates. The company also said it was lowering its estimate …

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Amazon Squeezes Out More Profit as Sales Growth Slows

The company is also focused more on its advertising business. Amazon’s website has had advertising such as Sponsored Products for years, but ads have recently become the company’s fastest growing business. In September, it became the third-largest digital advertising service in the United States, behind just Facebook and Google, according …

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