While much of the retail industry was still working to match Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime two-day free shipping program, the retail giant in late-April announced plans to evolve Prime into a one-day shipping program. Amazon says it’s investing $800 million in the second quarter in the effort, and that in recent months it had “significantly” expanded its one-day eligible product selection, as well as the number of ZIP codes eligible for one-day shipping. That’s why we want to know: How can other retailers compete with Amazon’s one-day shipping offer for Prime members?

“With the exception of other large players like Walmart and Target, one-day free shipping is completely unattainable without putting most retailers out of business. Instead of trying to compete with Amazon, Target and Walmart, others should explore…


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