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Amazon Shutting Down Rival To Insta


Business Insider is reporting bad news for Amazon. Amazon is closing its Instagram-like shopping feature, Amazon Spark. The closure comes just two years after it launched. Customers could scroll through its Instagram-like feed and click on tagged items in the photos or stories. They could purchase these directly on Amazon's site.

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