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Subject:  Glenn Date:  9/27/1998  1:19 PM
Author:  babybull Number:  7816 of 59328

I was re-reading your posts and now I am confused. You stated that Amazon had 92% of the market in the first quarter, 60% of the market in the second quarter, and an estimated 42% of the market in the third quarter. Is the second quarter number you stated a real number or an estimate?

Of course, if 60% of the market is an actual number, then Merrill Lynch cannot copyright it. You could tell us what other companies hold the 40% of the market, and we could try to figure out why there was such a marked change from first quarter to second.

I appreciate your response, by the way, and I don't mean to badger you.

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