Amazon News Roundup: France fines Amazon

Amazon FBA Seller News – May 3rd, 2019

Amazon News Roundup, Volume 3

Seller chatter

It was fairly quiet in Amazon’s FBA forums this past week. For that reason, there isn’t much for us to report in terms of seller chatter. However, there was still a lot going on in other news…

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Amazon FBA news this week

Need to know for Amazon FBA Sellers

  1. Amazon’s 1-day free-shipping plan changes the game again – USA Today
  2. Amazon may soon disrupt the shipping industry. Its new trial trucking platform is reportedly undercutting prices by up to a third – Business Insider
  3. Amazon is pushing harder into video search ads, and agencies say it’s a direct attack at Google – Business Insider
  4. For the first time, Amazon’s own online sales make up less than half of its entire business – Geekwire

Also of interest:

  1. Everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day 2019 [from the buyers’ perspective] – Business Insider
  2. Berkshire Hathaway has been buying shares of Amazon, Warren Buffett says – CNBC
  3. Amazon launches new Middle East marketplace, and rebrands Souq, the company it bought for $580 million in 2017 – CNBC
  4. Amazon Prime Now delivery launches at more Whole Foods stores – Supermarket News
  5. Walmart fires back at Amazon in a snarky tweet attacking Prime member fees – Business Insider

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