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Pepsi is investing in a $1 billion part of its business to avoid the retail apocalypse that wrecked Sears and Macy's (PEP)

PepsiCo announced Tuesday it is reinvesting some of the millions of dollars it is saving under the new GOP tax plan in e-commerce. E-commerce already accounts for roughly $1 billion in Pepsi's annual retail sales. Analysts have said that Coca-Cola and Pepsi haven't braced for e-commerce's impact, with one calling out beverage giants for their "antiquated" approach. PepsiCo is investing in e-commerce to avoid the downward spiral that is dooming retailers like Sears and Macy's.
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