When word got out several months ago that Procter & Gamble Co. had allowed Amazon.com to set up shop inside its warehouses, Target retaliated by giving some P&G products less-prominent placement in stores, among other actions, the Wall Street Journal reports. The New York Times looks at the discount chain's dismal earnings report.
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