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How Walmart and Target are trying to compete with Amazon online

Amazon has won online retail, but there's a battle brewing for second place, according to one expert. "They key in our view is to be the second website that people might go to after the Amazon site," said Charlie O'Shea, lead retail analyst at Moody's, adding that Walmart's recent acquisition of bolsters its web Video provided by TheStreet        
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