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A joint NRF/NAM study found a West Coast port strike could cost the U.S. economy up to $2.5 billion per day.
Fine jeweler and watch retailer Betteridge announced that it has partnered with Borderfree to expand its online customer experience globally. By partnering with Borderfree, Betteridge now offers international shipping to over 100 countries and territories worldwide in more than 60 global currencies.
eBay Inc. has named Craig Hayman as president of its eBay Enterprise business. Hayman will report to eBay Inc. President and CEO John Donahoe.
On the heels of a similar announcement last month by rival FedEx, United Parcel Service announced Tuesday it will expand dimensional weight pricing for all U.S. ground shipments, effective Dec. 29, 2014.
A GNC executive told retailers at IRCE 2014 how they could avoid a repeat of holiday shipping delays in 2014.
Endicia’s first-of-its-kind “pay-on-use” returns system allows online retailers to send non-prepaid USPS return labels, so postage is only deducted if the returned item hits the mail stream.
Alibaba Group and the Government of Italy signed an agreement on Wednesday to make it easier and faster for Italian businesses to open virtual stores on Tmall.
Payscout details the growing global ecommerce industry, which the company says American small and medium-sized businesses are failing to capitalize on due to the difficulties that lie in foreign currency processing.
Today’s “flex consumer” is channel agnostic and willing to wait longer to receive items purchased online if it means free shipping, according to a new survey released today by UPS and comScore.
Teen and tween discounter Five Below announced today it has named Joel Anderson as president. Anderson was previously president and CEO of Walmart.com, according to a press release from Five Below.