NEWTON, Mass. - Last year, Jamie Leventhal, CEO of Clio, a small company that makes devices like personal hair trimmers, got a call from a buyer he knew at Walmart.
"What do you think of sex toys?" Leventhal said the buyer had asked him.
It was a bit of a surprising question from a retailer known for its buttoned-up corporate culture. But Leventhal knew that Amazon and other retailers were having success selling adult products and that there was money to be made. So did Walmart.
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