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Meanwhile, there's been a lot of buzz over how a handful of highly successful tech companies, backed by money from companies such as Google and Yahoo, could end up in a new, more profitable online world. But experts question whether such a scenario would be sustainable.
In the first quarter of 2014, tech companies shipped about $50 billion worth of goods online. That amount dwarfs what was delivered by shipping companies such as FedEx, which shipped $29 billion worth of goods online last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
With Amazon.com struggling to fill orders, and Microsoft Corp. (ms더킹카지노ft) and Intel Corp. (inilt) also under pressure from rivals on tablets and other devices, the future of online commerce is unclear. But experts are certain that these companies are developing ways to help businesspeople navigate the new world.
Tech giants Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbnb Inc. — which each have around 1.6 million daily riders — have made online accommodations available in some locations and are experimenting with how to sell other products in order to cut down on the amount of inventory. 카지노 사이트And both companies are developing products to help merchants s우리카지노hip more orders from one place to another.