The Prime Day catfight between Amazon and Walmart continued yesterday, as Greg Greeley, Vice President of Amazon Prime, scratched back at Fernando Madeira, President and CEO of Walmart.
Walmart announced the launch of its own week-long online-exclusive sale in an effort to steal some thunder from Amazon Prime Day, which is being “celebrated” July 15, the eve of Amazon’s 20th anniversary.
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Not to be outdone by Walmart, Amazon announced it will make 1 million items available for free same-day shipping to Prime members in 14 metro markets.
Walmart reported dips in Q1 sales and earnings, due to a strong dollar, technology and ecommerce investments and bad weather; ecommerce growth was slower.