Digital divide: A new study from Amazon has shown that the online retailer has a massive digital divide between its online retail stores and its brick-and-mortar stores.

Amazon’s Digital Divide has been growing steadily over the past five years and is now the third largest digital divide in the US behind Walmart and Target.

The report, from eMarketer, said the number of online retail outlets is now equivalent to the combined physical and online sales of all of the US’s retail businesses combined.

The online retail companies accounted for a whopping 82% of all retail sales in the United States in 2016.

The figures were from Amazon’s latest financial results.

Amazon also recorded a staggering digital divide with the combined online and brick- and-mortars accounts accounting for a staggering 69% of total online retail sales.

The digital divide has been increasing since Amazon’s last financial results in January, but it is only just overtaking Walmart’s online and online-only sales as the largest digital divides.

Amazon has been expanding into a lot of new categories and services that can be accessed through its digital storefronts, but its brick and mortar stores still account for almost half of all digital sales in America.

In 2017, the company reported a total of $1.2 trillion in sales of $2.1 trillion in goods and services.

Amazon is now second only to Walmart in terms of total digital sales, but the company has been slowing down in terms, and revenues in the last few years, of the online retail giant.

In fact, the online store has actually lost a lot more money in 2017 compared to the previous year, and is expected to lose more money this year.

The company reported revenue of $3.7 billion, a $2 billion decrease from the previous fiscal year.

Amazon said that the company is investing in new categories like video, gaming, travel and toys and is adding new categories such as food and drink, health and wellness and lifestyle and fashion.

The retailer is also increasing its sales of clothing, footwear and home decor.

The most notable growth in 2017 came in the categories of travel and travel-related goods, which is also the largest category of Amazon’s business.

It said that in 2017, its revenue grew by 11% year-on-year to $1 billion.

Amazon reported a profit of $25.3 billion in the fourth quarter of 2017.

It posted a net loss of $8.2 billion in 2017.

Amazon had a total operating loss of just $18.3 million in 2017 which was a little bit lower than its total profit of about $26.2 million in 2016 and the $40.3-billion in profits it had made in 2016, which were $38.6 billion.