Walmart is gobbling up trendy e-commerce brands in its war against Amazon

ModCloth employees model swimwear to promote body positivity in 2015. The company is now owned by Walmart.Image: ModCloth/REX/Shutterstock ModCloth knit tops and vibrant Bonobos pants aren’t the sort of items you’d expect to find in the sales racks of a Walmart Supercenter. Both brands cater to urban millennials with hip fashion sensibilities and steep price tags that suggest a style tier above your average big-box store. Yet their loyal customers must now begrudgingly count themselves as Walmart shoppers, thanks to the retail giant’s acquisitive appetite. SEE ALSO: Google and Walmart…

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Crunch Report | Amazon Bids to Buy Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion

Amazon is gobbling Whole Foods for $13.7 billion Chinas Mobike raises $600M to expand its bikes on-demand service worldwide Credits Written by: Tito Hamze, John MannesHosted by: Tito HamzeFilmed by:Tito HamzeEdited by: Chris Gates Notes: I dont know what to wear on Crunch Report (Its a hard decision and I suck at dressing myself). If you are a startup andwant to me to wear something mail me an XL T-shirt and Ill wear it in an episode. Im not going to mention the company on the shirt in the episode…

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