Walmart is finally getting savvy about online commerce.
The company is the world's largest retailer by revenue, but only a small fraction of its sales come from its online business. That may be fine for now, but we all that everything is going online.
That's where Jet.com comes in. Walmart will pony up $3.3 billion for the startup. Online retail expert Ben breaks down why this deal matters.
Also, we discuss Delta's flight woes and how a power outage in its hometown of Atlanta knocked out its computer system, canceling roughly 300 flights and delaying many more. We wonder why there isn't more redundancy in that system.
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Walmart buys the "Amazon killer." But is it enough? (The 3:59, Ep. 91)