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Macy’s is continuing to see in-store sales driven by its online channel at both its Macy’s and Bloomingdales stores, the company told analysts and investors in a Q2 earnings call.
After five years of waiting, UPS and FedEx have been granted licenses by the Chinese government to expand their local parcel services to consumers.
A major change to the IRS code, starting this tax year, will impact how warehouse owners can deduct expenses for work done on their facilities.
Doug Brochu, CEO of Bridge Solutions Group, talks about what a pop-up distribution center is, how it operates and the benefits for merchants.
Delivering a consistently stellar customer experience continues to fuel changes in how merchants get items from point of sale to the doorstep.
Amazon announced it was opening a fifth California fulfillment center in Redlands, giving it nearly 5 million square feet of fulfillment space in the state.
Rue La La has hired JP Morgan Chase to seek strategic alternatives, including finding a buyer, and Gilt Groupe is seen as the leading contender.
Experts and executives talk about steps being taken to avoid the holiday shipping snafus that caused delays and angry customers in 2013.
Aiming for Amazon, Google adds Barnes & Noble to its Google Shopping Express same-day delivery program in Manhattan, San Francisco, West Los Angeles.
Canadian online shoppers love U.S., international brands, and are under-served by domestic retailers, making it a popular market with ecommerce merchants.