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Target Corp. has proposed a $10 million settlement agreement of a class-action lawsuit related to its 2013 data breach, according to documents filed March 18 in the U.S. District Court of Minnesota.
Kobelli.com customers can now check out internationally via a localized, seamless checkout experience provided by their partner, GlobalShopex.
No joke – on April Fool’s Day, you can bid on the New York Mets Bullpen Car, thanks to an online auction partnership between Sotheby’s and eBay. Here’s a look at the partnership, and what other items will be available from more than 13 historic New York estates.
Online shoppers around the world want the ability to search and shop on multiple channels and devices, expect to see alternate delivery and payment options, and when it comes to shipping and returns, “free” is a driving factor to complete the sale.
My Pi Day inbox made Managing Editor Tim Parry sigh, and it made him cry. Tim only received three Pi Day offers from retailers on March 14, 2015 (the biggest Pi Day celebration of the century). Make that 3.14159265359 emails if you throw in the one he got from Uno Pizzeria & Grill. Here’s who talked nerdy to Tim.
Global ecommerce is charging forward, with online revenues growing in every market in virtually every market around the world. Zia Daniell Widger, Vice President & Research Director for Forrester Research, will deliver The 3 Trends Changing the Face of Global Ecommerce as a keynote at this year’s Growing Global conference.
Here we go again… A bipartisan group of Senators introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow local brick-and-mortar retailers to compete on a level playing field with out-of-state sellers. The bill, in some form, has been introduced by Senate three times this decade.
Whether or not you optimize your ecommerce site—and your operations—for the global shopper, the global shopper is coming to America. Here’s a look at how U.S.-based merchants can fine-tune their global operations and delight the global shopper.
A “ship to Cuba” button was seen on Amazon’s website by Reuters correspondents in Havana. But is Amazon getting ready to sell in Cuba, and is the Cuban economy ready for cross-border shopping? Here’s why Cuba may be more of an exporter if and when U.S. sanction amendments are voted on.
Is the dress blue and black or white and gold? Should consumers adjust their settings, or do retailers need to fine-tune their game?