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The penalties for not complying with CASL can run as high as $10 million and result in personal liability for company officers and directors.
When Victor Castro joined Zachys Wine & Liquor in October as its Director of Ecommerce, he knew an improved user experience would be atop his priority list. In this video, Castro explains the steps Zachys and SLI Systems took to quickly improve its site search.
eBay Inc. has named Craig Hayman as president of its eBay Enterprise business. Hayman will report to eBay Inc. President and CEO John Donahoe.
U.S.-based retailers may see that International sales are making up less than 5% of their growth, and decide it’s not worth investing time and energy into global ecommerce. But Ken Burke, founder, chairman and CEO of MarketLive, says that should not be overlooked.
Alibaba Group and the Government of Italy signed an agreement on Wednesday to make it easier and faster for Italian businesses to open virtual stores on Tmall.
In this video taken at IRCE 2014, Marketlive Founder, Chairman and CEO Ken Burke talks with Multichannel Merchant Managing Editor Tim Parry about the history of ecommerce, and what the ecommerce future holds for retailers.
What’s on the mind of millennial shoppers? Kristina Kennedy of Bigcommerce discusses her research on millennials with Tim Parry of Multichannel merchant at IRCE 2014.
Dimensional weight pricing means the days of small packages delivered in enormous boxes will soon be over. CHAINalytics Vice President of Supply Chain Operations Irv Grossman talked about the effect dimensional weight pricing will have on shippers at IRCE 2014.
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The government of India could allow foreign direct investment in India’s ecommerce sector as early as next month, paving the way for global online retailers such as Amazon to expand their business, according to a report published June 4 by Reuters.