Wal-Mart will no longer carry Amazon’s Kindle devices beyond commitments it has already made to do so, according to a report by Reuters.
The company said that the move was part of its overall merchandising strategy but it might have also been motivated by Wal-Mart’s desire to compete more aggressively in the online retail space that Amazon dominates. Every new Kindle Fire owner is potentially another Amazon.com shopper. Target stores also recently pulled Amazon devices from its shelves.
Wal-Mart will continue to sell other tablet and e-reading devices, like those produced by Apple and Barnes & Noble.
Read much more at Reuters.