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Target Corp. phasing out Amazon.com products

Starting May 13, the Minneapolis-based retailer will stop selling Kindle e-readers. Target is in the midst of plans to expand Apple Inc. products in at least 25 stores.
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Starting May 13, the Minneapolis-based retailer will stop selling Kindle e-readers. Target is in the midst of plans to expand Apple Inc. products in at least 25 stores.

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