Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, whose online behemoth is likely to become the country’s No. 1 apparel retailer this year, is setting his sights on what could be his next sector to dominate: the $50 billion do-it-yourself after-market auto parts business.
In recent months, Amazon has struck contracts with the largest parts
makers in the country — including Robert Bosch, Federal-Mogul, Dorman
Products and Cardone Industries, sources told The Post.
And that could be bad news for the nation’s retailers — O’Reilly Auto
Parts, Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone and Genuine Parts, insiders said.. . . more