WILTON, Conn. — Amazon.com is gaining ground as a “Power Retailer,” according to Kantar Retail’s 2012 U.S. PoweRanking report measuring trading partner effectiveness. The Seattle-based online retailing giant ranked No. 5 in the list of those retailers projected to be Power Retailers in the next 15 years, with 16.2% of the votes, up 9.3 points over last year. Wal-Mart Stores remained No. 1 as a Power Retailer of the future, although it lost 9.5 points, to ...
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