RealTime IT News Increases Stake Monday invested another $30 million in, bringing its total stake in the online pharmacy to almost 28 percent.

With the agreement, (DSCM) will pay the giant e-tailer $105 million over the next three years to bundle a number of the companies' shopping features and create a shopping "tab" at

In addition to being featured on, (AMZN) the deal will integrate products into Amazon's 1-Click shopping feature. Other integration, including search capabilities, are planned for later. originally acquired a minority stake in in August 1998. In the past, has introduced to customers by offering temporary links on the home page and by distributing gift certificates to customers.

"Our partnership has been so successful and so valuable for customers that it makes sense for us to take it to a new and enhanced level," said Peter Neupert, president and CEO of "This deeper integration with demonstrates both companies' ongoing commitment to constantly evolve and improve the customer experience."

With the deal, looks to expand its dynasty by investing in popular e-tailers. In addition to its investment in, has invested in,, and