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Amazon Will Deliver Their Own Packages - Revolution At The Delivery Door

Based on experiments at Los Angeles International Airport I conclude that Amazon’s management is bent on bettering UPS, FedEx, and USPS by building out its own delivery service to customers in major cities. I believe it will be very profitable. Amazon is delivering packages in Los Angeles, which is likely to [...]
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