Ever since its inception in the late 20th century, Amazon has disrupted several business models -- whether it's selling books or offering cloud services. But recently, reports have surfaced that the company could be making a surprising move... into the grocery business.
In this video, Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel will tell you why Amazon is trying this, which companies this move might threaten, and how -- though unexpected by some -- moving into groceries is another sign of Amazon remaining true to its core mission.
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