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FOOT LOCKER: We aren't afraid of being Amazon'd (FL, AMZN)

Amazon has been taking market share from companies across America, and its freaking out the CEOs of the country's biggest companies. So much so that CEOs have been mentioning the e-commerce behemoth at a clip of nearly six times that of President Donald Trump, according to Bloomberg. On Friday, sneaker retailer Foot Locker announced a brutal second quarter that sent shares tumbling by nearly 30%.
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