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It’s not often that Presidential candidates make the pages of Multichannel Merchant. It’s also not often that Donald Trump follows through with his promise to run for President.
The controversy surrounding the Confederate flag spilled to ecommerce sites and shopping carts, as retailers scrambled to stop sales of the Confederate flag. Here’s more about that, and a look at the rest of this week’s news, commentary and events.
China’s recent move to boost its cross-border ecommerce capabilities will be one focus in this year’s Growing Global conference, taking place July 21-22 in Hollywood. Here’s why you need to be there.
Amazon is trying to make delivery even faster by turning the U.S. into a Nation of Couriers… Who needs drones when you can have an Uber-like delivery experience? Here’s a look at the news, commentary and events that shaped the direct-to-customer world this week.
Borderfree, which was recently acquired by Pitney Bowes, has added 120 markets, enabling global ecommerce retailers to localize the shopping experience for customers in long-tail markets around the world. Here’s why Borderfree believes emerging luxury markets such as Nigeria and Kazakhstan should be on cross-border retailers’ radar.
Toys R Us, Inc. has announced the completion of its new distribution center in Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry, France to support the company’s rapidly expanding e-commerce business throughout the country and in select sections of Europe.
Combination of shopper acquisition platforms creates the second largest product listing lead generation channel and delivers greater efficiencies for retailers and publishers.
As an omnichannel merchant, SoccerPro needed a solution where all customer touch points shared and transferred information. See how the company made this a possibility.
CVS Health will acquire and Target Corporation pharmacy and clinic business for approximately $1.9 billion. See what this will mean for both companies.
RadioShack has reached a deal with 38 state attorneys general in which it agreed to destroy most of the data on 117 million customers it was looking to sell to pay off creditors.