BOCA RATON, Fla. -- The age of the Internet will provide retailers with enormous opportunities for creating new avenues of business. But doing so will require breaking out of old ways of thinking about retailing and taking some bold leaps into unexplored territory. It may also require some patience until more consumers have adequate modem capacity to access the World Wide Web efficiently, said Graham Clark, director of retail and distribution industries at Microsoft Corp., Seattle. Clark ...

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