The countdown is on for the latest competitor to Amazon.com to take off.
Let’s review three initial lessons the retail industry can learn from what some observers called the “summer Black Friday.”
Harry & David has selected MWW Public Relations to serve as its official public relations agency.
Alibaba Group is providing the Chinese arm of a major global CPG company direct access to the Chinese consumer market.
Target Corp. is presenting itself as “Tahget” to Boston-area shoppers.
Macy’s Inc. is attempting to make charitable donations fashionable.
According to BuzzFeed, Facebook has begun piloting online storefronts located within the pages of a number of retailers.
Ever wondered what a 15-story-tall Instagram post would look like? Well, thanks to Nordstrom, the waiting is over.
Groupon has acquired OrderUp, an on-demand online and mobile food ordering and delivery service operating in nearly 40 markets across the United States.
Wawa and Costco are the most satisfying gas station/convenience store and wholesale/grocery/big box retailers for fuel, respectively, according to a new survey of 6,935 U.S. consumers by Market Force Information.