Jet.com started out as a retailer and marketplace and was acquired by Walmart in 2016 for $3.3 billion.

As we wrote recently, Jet.com has recently undergone something of a revamp and rebranding. But there is a question as to where that leaves the company. The Walmart-owned retailer and marketplace says that it seeks to “rehumanise ecommerce” and make shopping more than simply transactional.

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