Amazon (AMZN) may be the world's most dominant e-commerce player, but the company is now making moves into the brick-and-mortar with the acquisition of Whole Foods (WFM) for $13.7 billion. The move has rattled the grocery industry and is continuing to send waves throughout the e-commerce and retail sectors more generally. TheStreet.com has up-to-the-minute reaction here:
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