How to Level the Playing Field as Amazon Eats the World

| Dr. Amir Konigsberg

Headlines proclaiming that “Amazon is Eating the World” and that Amazon’s market-altering dominance – AKA the “Amazon Effect” – is causing immense concern for the retail industry as the playing field appears to be growing frighteningly imbalanced. Here is how you can level the playing field in an Amazon world.

5 Ecommerce Logistics Predictions for 2017

| Jake Rheude

Major breakthroughs in technology are allowing for the possibility of expedited delivery, higher efficiency, greater accuracy and – most importantly for supply chain logistics – lower costs than ever before. See some predictions for ecommerce logistics in 2017.

Sears Holdings to Launch Kenmore Products on Amazon

| MCM Staff

Sears Holdings announced the launch of Kenmore products on Amazon.com, as well as the integration of the full line of Kenmore Smart appliances with Amazon Alexa. See how this will enhance the distribution of Kenmore products.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Launches Price Match Guarantee

| Daniela Forte

In the never-ending battle with Amazon and other retailers, Dick’s Sporting Goods has created a price matching program designed to attract more cost-conscious shoppers. See what criteria the sporting goods retailer has laid out for customers to be eligible.

3 Hurdles to Overcome Before Endless Aisle is a Reality

| Tony Holbrook

To create a true endless aisle customer experience, retailers need a system to supply and manage that additional inventory, then get items to consumers quickly and efficiently. Here are 4 key components that retailers must get right in order to turn an endless aisle concept into reality.

Amazon Wins Big Again on Prime Day

| Mike O'Brien

Faux holiday Prime Day 2017 was another huge win for Amazon as its biggest sales day ever, especially of its own devices, while it saw the biggest one-day gain in Prime membership, already at an estimated 85 million U.S. members.

JC Penney Getting Back Into the Toy Business

| Mike O'Brien

Looking for another avenue to boost flat store sales, JC Penney is opening 500-square-foot toy shops in all of its brick-and-mortar locations, the company announced, pitting it against the likes of Toys R Us and Amazon as well as discount retailers like Walmart and Target in the $20 billion market.