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Can Amazon afford to get into the ad business?

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CNN's Jon Sarlin looks into Amazon's booming ad business. Could Amazon's move into Google and Facebook's space alienate its customers and vendors?
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sachin Fernadus (4 days ago)
Ya just like Cnn
Jorge Arellano (5 days ago)
Cool video.
C. Lincoln (6 days ago)
Fix the volume f*ck ups.
Jacob Kahan (6 days ago)
I'm there to shop NOT to be advertised to. That's why the ads are annoying.
jag10 (6 days ago)
Can CNN afford to get into the real news business?
dm6187 (6 days ago)
Can DUMP supporters use critical thinking?
Leonard Martin (6 days ago)
when searching on amazon you can sort by ratings so yea it will put a few crappy ones on top which we all ignore same as we do with walmart that does the same thing. but then you look at the reviews
Return of Zeus (6 days ago)
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Leonard Martin (6 days ago)
convenience of not having to go to the store to see if its in stock. if you buy in store you still dont know if its any good or not no reviews there either. i agree online reviews should be taken with a grain of salt. and not just online reviews but product sales people, and anyone else trying to inform you on such products other than family and friends
hi (6 days ago)
Leonard Martin but you can’t go through all those ratings to know if they are fake or not. I don’t know why anyone buys from Walmart.com if most of the things are in their store
Elon Mušk (6 days ago)
Yes

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