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Amazon accounts for the majority of Q3 online sales growth

Many large publicly traded retailers posted big gains in web sales in the third quarter of 2016, driving e-commerce growth in the United States during the period. But the gains are largely attributable to e-retail giant Amazon.com Inc.

By Fareeha Ali, Research Analyst

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