"The company launched Google Shopping Express last year in the San Francisco Bay area. The service lets people order online and pay for packaged foods and other items, such as toys and diapers, from physical stores operated by retailers including, Target and Walgreen. The products are delivered to consumers’ residences by small vans within hours.In Battle with Amazon, Google Expands Same-Day Delivery Service - Digits - WSJ
Google is offering the service free for the first six months in each metro area; after that, it will charge a fee of about $4.99 per store.
Google and Amazon.com, the world’s largest Internet retailer, are competing to be shoppers’ primary online destination and merchants’ preferred place to reach those consumers."
Tuesday, May 06, 2014
In Battle with Amazon, Google Expands Same-Day Delivery Service - Digits - WSJ
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