Reuters: Wal-Mart looking into crowd-sourcing online delivery

Reuters: Wal-Mart looking into crowd-sourcing online delivery

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New Walmart is considering the slightly insane sounding idea of using its in-store customers to deliver online orders to help it compete with bricks and mortar-less competitors like Amazon, according to Reuters. The big box outfit currently ships internet purchases out from just 25 of its stores, using the likes...
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