Book/video/internet giant Amazon.com hasn't been making as much money as the company would like lately, and the retailers response has been...creative.
The company is branching out into movie has purchased the rights to turn the best-selling novel "The Stolen Child" into a feature-length film and has mentioned plans to begin selling groceries.
Brilliance or desperation? You decide.Washington Post: From Maher to Movie To . . . Groceries?