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Total volume for the USPS was 42.6 billion pieces compared to 42 billion pieces in the same quarter the previous year. Shipping and package volume increased 12.8%. However, liquidity remains a concern.
Winning the Amazon Buy Box is more than just a big catch phrase. But what exactly IS winning the Buy Box? Click here to register for the Feb. 11 webinar “15 Tactics Great Amazon Sellers Live By,” and learn more about the Amazon Buy Box and more.
It was as inevitable as the sun rising, but RadioShack finally filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on February 5. It’s the fifth retailer to file for Chapter 11 since the traditional kickoff of the 2014 holiday season. Here’s a look at which retailers are restructuring, and which one is riding off into the sunset.
Looking to connect with like-minded merchants that are looking to grow their global ecommerce game? You can start by joining Multichannel Merchant’s Global Ecommerce group on LinkedIn.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. recently launched 10 new ecommerce sites for its Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister brands with the Demandware platform, serving China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan. Learn what makes these 10 sites different from its .coms that serve the U.S. market.
Amazon has opened the door to cross-border selling. ChannelAdvisor Team Lead for Marketplace Services Josh Jamieson says Amazon offers some big cross-border opportunities that ecommerce sellers can take advantage of.
It appears that the RadioShack brand will live on despite today’s Chapter 11 filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. But the iconic electronics retailer will have a much-smaller footprint.
Choosing an email service provider is not a simple task. That’s not just because there are a large number of EPSs to choose from but also because you also need to choose what functions, services, bells and whistles are best for your organization’s needs.
Lands’ End, Inc. has named Federica Marchionni as its Chief Executive Officer, effective Feb. 17. See what this means for the retailer.
Adobe estimates that the Storm Juno cost online retailers $35 million yesterday due to power outages, over-run cellular networks and general prep for the storm.
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