I find it interesting that a few “big days” are growing drastically out of proportion related to overall holiday sales. 5 years ago, Black Friday was about closer to 10% of total holiday sales. Today it is above 20%. Can smaller retailers compete in this environment?
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TweetFor 15 years, Walmart has effectively ceded the internet to Amazon, allowing Amazon to develop a well-deserved reputation for low prices and quick delivery, as well as incredible power over manufacturers on pricing, terms and cash flow. Walmart has over 20x the sales of Amazon ($405B vs. $19B) but their market cap is now not [...]
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