Does Amazon steal product ideas from third-party retailers?
Amazon competing with small businesses to sell original products: Tech analyst
Starship Capital Managing Partner John Meyer on Amazon’s treatment of third-party vendors and the break-up of big tech.
Amazon has repeatedly said in statements and in congressional testimony that it does not steal data from the third-party sellers it hosts on its website and doing so would violate its own policies.
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Employees, however, disagree.
The tech giant came under scrutiny after The Wall Street Journal published a report in April after interviewing more than 20 employees working for Amazon's private label and reviewing internal documents that revealed the company had used third-party data to help determine the design and price of certain products.
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