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The Benefits and Risks of Wayfair's Hypergrowth Strategy

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Online furniture and accessories retailer Wayfair (NYSE: W) has built a business worth $13 billion in annual sales by prioritizing market share capture. In a conversation with fellow Motley Fool contributor Brian Feroldi, Asit Sharma walks through the opportunities and shortcomings of Wayfair's hypergrowth bent. Brian Feroldi: They rebranded themselves as Wayfair in 2011.