Amazon (AMZN) is once again making it harder for anyone to buy certain items on its website—a counterintuitive tactic for a people-pleasing retailer, though it’s one that doesn’t seem yet to be stoking much backlash among shoppers.
The New York Times reported Tuesday night that Amazon isn’t allowing pre-orders for DVDs released by Warner Home Video, including highly-anticipated hits like The Lego Movie. The news comes several weeks after the retail giant stopped taking advance orders and delaying shipments for books published ...
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