What effect will Wal-Mart's posting of thousands of grocery items on its website have on the supermarket industry's online efforts? How will the roiling economy alter shopping patterns for food, beverages and household goods, and change the amount of online planning, budgeting, product information searches and delivery services sought by consumers? Despite the new sophistication of some supermarket websites and online grocers with regard to product-purchase and usage insights, store ...

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