Is Amazon Building Its Own Delivery Empire?

"Just before the morning rush hour on a recent Thursday, a brigade of vans rolled up to a low-slung warehouse near Los Angeles International Airport. Workers in bright green vests crammed some 150 Amazon.com packages into each truck before the fleet headed through the urban sprawl to customers' doorsteps."
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Current and former Amazon managers and business partners say yes -- as a direct competitor (rather than an adjunct) to FedEx, UPS and the post office.

"Just before the morning rush hour on a recent Thursday, a brigade of vans rolled up to a low-slung warehouse near Los Angeles International Airport. Workers in bright green vests crammed some 150 Amazon.com packages into each truck before the fleet headed through the urban sprawl to customers' doorsteps."

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