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How has the advent of the internet changed pricing.

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The internet has changed price considerations considerably. In the past, a consumer would go to a brick and mortar (traditional store) and look at the price of a product. Then they might go visit a few competitive stores which was time consuming and frustrating, since they might need to go to different malls or even different parts of the city. ...

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2. Explain your rationale for choosing these specific elements.

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