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Ebay Inc. announced this week that PayPal president David Marcus is leaving the company for Facebook.
Smarter Remarketer, the leading provider of customer intelligence and marketing automation for multi-channel retailers, today announces that Barry Clark has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Sailing Capital Consortium won the June 2 auction for a final purchase price of $135.7 million. Under Sailing, Brookstone will continue to operate as a stand-alone company and brand.
The Seattle City Council just voted to put low-wage workers on a path over the next several years to earning a $15-per-hour minimum wage. Curt Barry, president of multichannel operations and fulfillment consulting firm F. Curtis Barry & Co., explains what this means to direct-to-customer merchants.
Frederick’s of Hollywood Group Inc. has announced the completion of its acquisition led by a group consisting of HGI Funding LLC. The total transaction is valued at approximately $24.8 million.
Organize-It, a retailer for storage and organizational products, purchased specific assets only from on-line competitor StacksandStacks.com. The assets acquired include the stacksandstacks.com domain name along with associated blogs, website code database and email list.
LightInTheBox’s first-quarter increases were driven by the recovery of its wedding business, strong performance from ready-to-wear apparel, as well as the increasing contribution of its mobile commerce business.
Walmart’s first-quarter global ecommerce sales rose 27%, the mass merchant announced on May 15. That growth is faster than ecommerce behemoth Amazon.com, which saw a 23% rise in sales during the comparative quarter.
Nordstrom direct net sales increased 33% in the first quarter, driven by expanded merchandise selection and ongoing technology investments to enhance the online experience.
Is JCPenney growing faster than Amazon.com? Not really. But based on its new sales reporting methodology, JCPenneys’ first-quarter online sales grew at a faster pace than Amazon’s. Here’s why.