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Linio Selects Payoneer to Disburse Cross-Border Payments  Mar 08, 2016 11:51 AM By MCM Staff

Linio, Latin America’s largest ecommerce store, has selected Payoneer Inc. to power its payments to sellers worldwide. The partnership will provide international sellers access to the estimated $88 billion Latin-American ecommerce market through Linio’s 8 localized platforms, by allowing them to receive their funds using Payoneer’s payment solutions.

JD.com’s Net Revenues from Online Direct Sales Increased 55% in 2015  Mar 08, 2016 11:00 AM By Tim Parry

JD.com’s net revenues from online direct sales increased by 55%, while net revenues from services and others increased by 110% in the full year of 2015, as compared to the full year of 2014, primarily due to the increased revenues from JD.com’s rapidly expanding online marketplace, advertising services and third-party logistics services.

Hermes’ BorderGuru Brings Integrated Logistics and Ecommerce Solutions to the U.S. Market  Mar 08, 2016 10:16 AM By MCM Staff

Chicago, March 8, 2016 – Hermes, operator of the largest business-to-consumer (B2C) parcel shop network in Europe, announces the expansion of its retail supply chain digital services to the United States e-commerce market. Hermes’ BorderGuru is now going beyond the European market it already serves and offering U.S. retailers integrated logistics and e-commerce solutions. BorderGuru […]

Week in Review: Wayfair Just Had the Best. Week. Ever.  Mar 04, 2016 9:05 AM By MCM Staff

Between posting 98% growth in Q4 direct sales, plans for Canadian and European expansion and a new analytics-driven catalog, Wayfair had a pretty good week. The company also announced plans to open its fourth customer service center in Bryan, TX. See what other news and events transpired this week in the world of direct-to-customer retail and ecommerce.

Jet.com Acquires Home Goods Seller Hayneedle  Mar 01, 2016 12:48 PM By Mike O'Brien

Startup and Amazon challenger Jet.com has massively expanded its inventory of home furnishings, acquiring ecommerce seller Hayneedle for an undisclosed sum. The move adds millions of new items like patio furniture and pet supplies to a Jet.com inventory that is heavily skewed toward everyday consumer goods.

J.C. Penney Continues Turnaround with Strong Q4  Mar 01, 2016 10:34 AM By Mike O'Brien

J.C. Penney posted strong Q4 and 2015 numbers, citing omnichannel tactics as a big part of its continuing turnaround, in a period when competitors stumbled. The return of popular private-label brands and the recent addition of appliances by customer demand are evidence that the company has been responsive to what shoppers want. Learn more about the retailer’s recent performance.

Wayfair Brings Online and Offline Together With Catalog Launch  Mar 01, 2016 9:36 AM By Daniela Forte

Wayfair Inc.announced the release of its first full spectrum catalog featuring furniture and décor for every room of the house. See what plans Wayfair has in place for its catalog.

Omnichannel Helps Target Hits Q4 Digital Sales Out of the Park  Feb 26, 2016 12:28 PM By Mike O'Brien

Target hit on a winning combination of free shipping and omnichannel operations to grow its digital sales a healthy 34% in Q4, while same-store sales grew just 1.9%. In addition, 30% of its digital sales were either from buy online, pickup in store or ship-from-store transactions. See how Target got it done in 2015, especially during the critical holiday season.

UPS Looks to Learn More About Same-Day Model Through Stake in Deliv  Feb 25, 2016 12:47 PM By Mike O'Brien

In a move aimed at better understanding the inner workings of the same-day delivery model, UPS has purchased a stake in crowdsourced delivery startup Deliv. Just how UPS will leverage this relationship and what it learns remains to be seen, but it surely has its eye on the burgeoning same-day delivery space, including competitor FedEx’s service for Neiman Marcus and others.

Amazon Free Shipping Threshold Hike Sure to Bolster Prime Membership  Feb 24, 2016 5:51 PM By Mike O'Brien

In a move surely designed to boost the already burgeoning rolls of Prime membership, Amazon has announced a change to its free shipping policy, raising the order threshold for the service to $49 for those without a $99 per year Prime subscription. The threshold had been orders of $35 or more.






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