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FedEx is doing a little holiday shopping of its own: On Monday, FedEx announced it would acquire GENCO, and on Tuesday, it acquired Bongo International. Here’s a look at the acquisitions.
By now, everyone has probably heard the news: Post by Multichannel Merchant. All I can say is this: Accidents happen. Thankfully, there were no injuries reported. The packages can be replaced, but lives can’t.
PetSmart has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a consortium led by private equity firm BC Partners, Inc. at a price of $83 per share in cash, representing a premium of approximately 39% over PetSmart’s unaffected closing share price on July 2. The transaction would be valued at approximately $8.7 billion
New research from PayPal and Ipsos shows that cross-border trade is a driving force of the global marketplace, with cross-border shoppers, spending approximately twice as much as consumers who only shop domestically. Here’s a look at where customers prefer to buy cross-border, and what motivates them to buy.
If you consider the entire month of November the holiday season, then (as a customer) I’ve had three instances of omnichannel fails this holiday season. And all three fails were at the brick and mortar level. Here’s the quick rundown: Walmart The outdoor trail shoe I wanted was in-stock in store, and I decided I’d […]
The Alliance for Main Street Fairness launched a television advertising campaign against Alibaba this week to educate lawmakers on what it calls an imminent threat to U.S. retailers. But are AMSF’s claim against Alibaba true?
Mobile commerce has arrived, and proved to be a game-changer this Cyber Weekend. Here’s a look at what drove shoppers to their smart phone, and a look at some retailers’ mobile commerce success stories.
Rue La La has a leadership in mobile penetration because of the very nature of its flash sales business. In this video, Rue La La CEO Steve Davis talks about why Thanksgiving shows the ongoing adoption of that channel by consumers, and why retailers need to step up to the plate.
Thanksgiving was a great day for eBags, and so was Black Friday. But eBags President and COO Rob Cassidy says Cyber Monday is still the king of cyber holidays. In this video, Cassidy talks about how eBags did this Cyber Weekend, and how he predicts the rest of the 2014 holiday season playing out.
There’s some there’s widespread panic in Overreactionland, as the online and in-store Thanksgiving weekend sales figures roll in. But it may be much ado about nothing, as Holiday 2014 is beginning to look a lot like Holiday 2013. Here’s a look at what we learned from Cyber Weekend 2014.