Amazon and Walmart have “taken [their] place” as the top sellers on Amazon, according to data provided to Breitbart News by a Walmart spokesperson.
The data also shows that the online retail giant’s share of all electronic items sold on Amazon has increased by nearly 50% since the company announced its first digital storefront in September.
Walmart’s sales rose to $8.9 billion in 2017, compared to $6.8 billion for Amazon.
According to the data, Amazon’s average sales per employee increased to $30,600 from $18,500 last year.
The retailer’s total sales increased by 15% year-over-year.
The new data comes as Walmart and its online retail rival Amazon.com compete to dominate the retailing market.
Walmart recently launched its first online store in the New York City area, a move that was designed to compete with Amazon’s online presence in the US.
The online retailer has yet to open a physical store in its own market.
The company’s CEO has repeatedly expressed skepticism about Amazon’s ability to compete, particularly in the retail space.
Last year, he said, “I think Amazon is going to take the lion’s share in the market.”
The CEO of Walmart, Doug McMillon, recently said that the company’s stores were in fact “sold out.”
In a recent speech, McMillon said Amazon’s success would lead to “a global economy of opportunity” and that “we’re going to have to be a lot more cautious.”
McMillon also warned that Amazon’s growth would “take us back to a time when Walmart was only in a few countries.
We are in the middle of the most dynamic, disruptive, and most prosperous time in our history.”
The online retail platform Amazon is a $5 trillion global company that has grown rapidly over the last few years.
The number of its online stores has grown to over 1,600 across the US, with some cities including Seattle, San Francisco, and Oakland all having more than 200 locations.
Amazon has a $1.9 trillion market cap, according a 2016 report from IBISWorld.
While the company has struggled to maintain its online presence, it has had success in other areas such as digital content delivery.
Amazon’s dominance in the online marketplace has led to a spike in the amount of data that companies such as Walmart use to market their products.
Amazon stores in some cities, including San Francisco and Oakland, have become hubs for the digital distribution of music and movies, as well as video games.
The growing dominance of Amazon in the marketplace has forced Walmart to invest heavily in new online stores to expand their reach.
Last month, Walmart announced plans to open 10 new online locations in New York and 10 more in Seattle.
Amazon is also working to open new brick-and-mortar stores in other cities.
In the coming months, Walmart plans to expand its online store network to the UK and other countries.
Walmart is also developing a network of e-commerce fulfillment centers that will allow stores to process orders at the point of sale instead of in-person, the company said.
Walmart has been investing in technology that will enable it to be more efficient in the distribution of its products.
The expansion of its network of online stores and the use of its fulfillment centers has helped Walmart gain a large customer base in the past several years.
Walmart said that its online sales have grown by more than $1 billion since it launched its brick- and-mortars in October 2015.