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Whole Foods trying out whole new ways of retailing

With varying store sizes, CRM approaches paired with digitized payment card data and questions about how long Amazon can subsidize merchants, Whole Foods is rethinking retail. Read More

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Google's tax liabilities scrutinized after Spanish raid

Spain has joined the scrum of tax authorities examining Google's accounts to see if the company has paid all that it should. Read More

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EU is preparing AdWords antitrust complaint against Google

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