In a challenging time for retail, many brick-and-mortar merchants are seeking to transform themselves into more effective selling and customer service organizations – with technology playing a central role in this process.
After months of teetering between positive and negative territory, the Consumer Reports Index’s sentiment measure leapt to it highest level since 2008.
The Senate has approved the long-anticipated internet sales tax proposal, which would require shoppers to pay sales tax for most of their online purchases, and it has earned mix reviews from retailers across the country.
Best Buy has entered into an agreement to sell 50% of its interest in Best Buy Europe, according to a statement issued by the electronics retailer, back to Carphone Warehouse.
In our rush to embrace all things related to mobile, omni-channel, and social media, Bill LaPierre of Datamann keeps seeing a total disregard for good execution of basic catalog creative elements.
This year, we’ll buy more tablets than notebooks for the first time ever. But by 2017, we’ll buy six times more tablets than laptops.
Wal-Mart landed back in the top spot of the annual Fortune 500 list in 2013 after it reportedly earned $469 billion in revenue, according to the list.
Adam & Eve announced that 1st quarter 2013 sales were up a whopping 37% over 1st quarter 2012. First quarter profits for 2013 were up as well.
With the U.S. Senate poised to vote on legislation allowing states to require online and other out-of-state merchants to collect and remit sales and use taxes on products and services they sell, companies need to stay
Devin Wenig, president of eBay Marketplaces, said it’s inevitable that an online sales tax bill will eventually become law, but that it won’t stop his company from fighting to make it fair for small businesses.