Amazon's identity crisis: How do we define one of the world's largest retailers?
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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