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Track Daily Deal launches deal analysis reports

BY Staff Writer

Largo, Fla. – Track Daily Deal, an online service for deal site shoppers, is launching new deal analysis reports. The reports evaluate daily deal sites on criteria such as how a site ranks against competing sites, how often and when it adds deals, how much consumers usually save and number of visitors.

“Let’s face it, if you are on a tight budget, you are not going to check out sites that sell highly priced items,” said Track Daily Deal founder Danny Pajevic in a blog post. “Instead, you are likely looking for a deal that will only cost a couple of dollars. Our data can help you find a deal site that fits your budget.”

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Wet Seal appoints Talbots exec as head of stores and operations

BY Marianne Wilson

Foothill Ranch, Calif. — The Wet Seal announced today that retail veteran Lesli Gilbert has been appointed executive VP, stores and operations, effective immediately. Gilbert replaces Barbara Cook, former senior VP store operations, who resigned in February.

Most recently, Gilbert was senior VP of stores at The Talbots, where she was responsible for developing the stores strategy and framework to reposition the business

“We are pleased to welcome Lesli and believe she is an ideal fit with Wet Seal’s business, brand positioning and organizational culture,” said John Goodman, CEO. “Lesli will take responsibility for leading our field organization and store teams, inspiring the vision and values of our Wet Seal and Arden B brands in stores and driving consistent execution.

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Amazon expands test of grocery delivery service to Los Angeles

BY Marianne Wilson

New York — Amazon.com confirmed it is testing its online grocery delivery service in Los Angeles.

The online retail giant has been testing the service called Amazonfresh, in Seattle for several years. It confirmed Monday that it is now offering the service in Los Angeles, also on a trial basis. Reuters recently reported that the online retail giant will next target the San Francisco area.

The service is free for Amazon Prime members for 90 days. After that, customers must sign up for a new Prime membership program that costs $299 a year. Delivery is free for any orders over $35.

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