By and  on March 18, 2019

Amazon might be king of online commerce, but the crown hangs heavy on the brow as the web giant now finds itself in the business of fending off the counterfeit crowd.

The online platform is still growing by leaps and bounds and the latest reading from Euromonitor shows that its $35 billion in U.S. apparel and footwear sales in 2018 pushed it past Walmart Inc., and its $30 billion in sales, for the top spot last year. (The web giant’s tally includes the total gross merchandise value of goods sold by third parties on its site, while Walmart’s figure is mostly for sales of inventory it owns and sells through its stores and web site.)

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