The Toyland Dilemma
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This paper takes a look at how Wal-Mart has outpaced Toys 'R Us in toy sales and has become the number one toy seller. This paper supports the thesis that, although Wal-Mart is the number one toy distribution channel, manufacturers should support other retailers by offering products that they do not sell to Wal-Mart.
Sample of Sources Used:
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