By  on October 30, 2017

Just as companies like Nike and Adidas are getting used to officially selling their goods on Amazon, private labels could be taking their place.

New research from L2 on Amazon’s sales during the third quarter, when revenue grew 34 percent to $43.7 billion, found that the e-tailer’s continued preference for its expanding line of private-label brands is coming at the expense of brand partners, often selling goods at a higher price point.

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