Amazon's identity crisis: How do we define one of the world's largest retailers?
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Over the years, Amazon has fended off multiple lawsuits from brands and consumers alike who say the company doesn’t do enough to regulate the product quality of its third-party sellers. Courts have so far gone along with Amazon’s definition of itself as the ultimate middleman, only there to connect buyers and sellers. Should that change?
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