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The company quietly launches private-label brands Mama Bear baby food and Happy Belly coffee on its website.
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The e-retailer expanded its one-click widgets with more than 50 additional buttons.
The online commerce giant hopes to give teachers easy access to learning materials through its Amazon Inspire program.
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