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Dennis K. Berman
Amazon did not just buy Whole Foods grocery stores. It bought 431 upper-income, prime-location distribution nodes for everything it does.
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Phil Boudrot 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman
But, then again, it's buying a dying brand (documented). Too much competition 4 organic products @ lower prices. # puzzling
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Phil Boudrot 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman
A very high-priced buy for a distribution channel.
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Martin Williams 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman
EXACTLY - this is strategic and brilliant
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A 16 Jun 17
I used to shop at original Ausin Whole Foods.It was dirty & smelled like patchouli 24/7, long before the term 24/7 came about. Quite a leap.
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Groundshy 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman @kevinnr
Could probably gobble up Sears for couch change now.
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northside dinner party 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman @darrenrovell
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Walid Flavor-Doctor 16 Jun 17
😂😂😂
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Louisiana Artist 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman
Hmmm- good point! WalMarts biggest leg up over Kmart was superior distribution.
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Kevin Restivo 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman
True. It'll need to balance store layout versus its massive ambitions. It can't mess with it too much if it hopes to maintain success.
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Richard Daly 16 Jun 17
Replying to @dkberman @darrenrovell
A super move by AWS
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