The Early Stages Of A Retail Revolution

Majeski, Brian T.
June 2012
Music Trades;Jun2012, Vol. 160 Issue 5, p16
The author comments on the changing strategy of online retail giant Amazon.com Inc. Amazon increased the sales commission fees it charges to third-party retailers listing products on its site, to 15 percent from 12 percent. The move shows the retailer's intent to pursue the music and audio market aggressively. Financial analysts say the current move is consistent with long-term company strategy.


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