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Amazon Defends Its Pricing Algorithm, But Leaves Out Billions in Sales

By Eric Umansky / ProPublica Amazon responded to a piece by ProPublica that reported how Amazon often makes its products look like better deals than they actually are with a less than complete answer.
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