NEW YORK -- While Internet sites targeting consumers have been the first "web labs" for retailers, many executives are now busy leveraging the technology to streamline business-to-business communications. Retailers are seeking to use the Internet to improve communications with wholesalers, manufacturers and suppliers of outside services. For example, the Internet's graphics capabilities allow users to review ad designs on-line. Retailers also anticipate enriching their own web pages with ...

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