Breaking Down the Aftermath of the Wayfair Decision

| Mike O'Brien

It’s been almost a month since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Wayfair decision, and ecommerce sellers are still wondering what comes next. Matthew Schaefer of Brann and Isaacson, whose firm represented Wayfair and the other defendants, details the landscape in the latest MCM CommerceChat podcast.

U.S. Supreme Court Justices Are Split on Ecommerce Tax Case

| Mike O'Brien

One day into a U.S. Supreme Court case that can reset the balance on collection of tax for ecommerce sales, justices appeared split on the issue arising out of South Dakota involving major players. This case will have massive ramifications for the ecommerce industry and retail as a whole going forward.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case on Ecommerce Taxation

| Mike O'Brien

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take up a South Dakota case this term that could reset the balance between online and physical store sellers by requiring taxation of goods sold by out-of-state merchants. However the high court rules, it will have a dramatic effect on retail and ecommerce taxation for years to come.

Newegg Expands Its Global Reach

| MCM staff

Newegg, a tech-focused e-retailer in North America and globally in ecommerce, unveiled plans to expand its global reach. See where it is planning to expand to and what it means for the business.

UPS, FedEx Strike New Ecommerce Partnership Deals

| Mike O'Brien

UPS and FedEx both struck new ecommerce partnership deals, the former with packaging company Sealed Air and the latter with electronics retailer Newegg. See what the two partnerships mean and what benefits they bring to ecommerce customers.

Newegg, Pitney Bowes Make Waves Down Under

| Tim Parry

Newegg and Pitney Bowes are making waves down under, with both announcing brand extensions this week in Australia. Newegg has launched a store on eBay Australia, and Pitney Bowes will help Australian merchants sell cross-border.