SAN FRANCISCO -- As the Internet business-to-business train gathers steam, GlobalNetXchange here has become the first of the two big retailer consortiums to outsource certain buying functions to a smaller, specialized exchange. GNX's alliance with, Livermore, Calif., is said by industry watchers to be the first of many more such partnerships as GNX and its competitor, the WorldWide Retail Exchange, trade off direct control for speed to market. The same day as the ...

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