Wayfair v. South Dakota: How Amazon Played Both Sides


In the late 90s, Amazon began expanding its offerings beyond books, quickly embracing the Internet and leveraging technology to boost sales and exploit dated tax laws. Thanks to the proliferation of the Web and a rise in the popularity of e-commerce, Amazon rapidly scaled its business to offer a range of products and services directly to customers anywhere in the nation. The sheer breadth of the company’s reach provided a significant competitive edge over its brick-and-mortar counterparts — but Amazon’s competitive advantage didn’t stop there.
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