- Blend of e- and retailer (Wiktionary)
- e- + (re)tailer. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Drugstore.com, which operates its namesake website as well as Beauty.com, SkinStore.com and VisionDirect.com, posted $456 million in sales last year, making it the eighth-largest e-tailer in the U.S., according to Internet Retailer magazine.”
“The Charlottesville – based e-tailer draws inspiration from nature and relies on sustainable and recycled materials to bring their designs to life.”
“Analysts expected Amazon to stumble in the fourth quarter due to the economy and the e-tailer surprised investors with another strong report card.”
“Although the buttons were not restored to all of its titles by late Friday afternoon, sources said an agreement has been completed and the e-tailer has begun putting back the direct buy option.”
“Amazon is the largest e-tailer in the country, with an 8% market share, according to Hudson Square Research.”
“Amazon is the largest e-tailer in the country with an 8% market share, according to Hudson Square Research.”
“Mangrove Capital Partners, a Luxembourg-based venture capital firm which has backed Skype and Nimbuzz, has invested $4 million for a minority stake in Global Online Apparel, a holding company of Indian shoe e-tailer BeStylish.com, as well as other e-commerce sites across the globe.”
“Alexander Motyl/ Artsicle.com 'May,' by Alexander Motyl, $25/month to rent $550 to buy, artsicle.com The art "e-tailer" Artsicle attempts to alleviate the risk factor in buying works from your laptop.”
“Combining an innovative business model, a passion for social media, and a desire to deliver a flight of fabulous fancy each and every day, CEO Shauna Mei of AHAlife has turned a consumer's desire for high-touch, curatorial experiences into what's poised to be a formidable force in the luxury e-tailer space.”
“I recommend that you offer your book on your website and if you aren't interested in shipping and fulfillment then link to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or whatever online e-tailer you feel most comfortable with.”
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