The massive Internet retailer launches a new service that lets users buy as many dry good items as they can fit in one large box for the flat delivery fee of $5.99.
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Amazon continues rolling out its Prime Now service, which offers free two-hour deliveries in certain markets and one-hour deliveries for $8.
Available to Amazon Prime subscribers, the service is Amazon's way of competing with traditional brick-and-mortar stores by offering speedy delivery on a variety of products.
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You still have a couple of days left to buy a gift for family members or friends via Amazon and receive free shipping.
Initially rolling out only for parts of Manhattan, Prime Now is the latest attempt by Amazon to compete with brick-and-mortar stores by offering speedy delivery of household items.
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Amazon will hold a minority stake in the Chinese online food vendor but will allow it to operate as a standalone company.