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TechnologyFeb 19, 2015 3:04 PM By Mike O'Brien
Amazon announced it has expanded its Prime Now one- and two-hour delivery service to include all of Manhattan, with other boroughs, metros to follow.
TechnologyFeb 12, 2015 9:03 AM By Curt Barry
Amazon may buy Radio Shack and has opened up a store at Purdue University, but don’t count out major omnichannel retailers like Macy’s, Kohl’s and Walmart.
TechnologyFeb 11, 2015 3:03 PM By Amine Khechfe
Four shipping predictions that ecommerce business owners need to know in orders to stay competitive in 2015.
TechnologyFeb 05, 2015 2:11 PM By Curt Barry
Having multiple distribution centers may be your best bet to reduce shipping costs and shorten your time to customer.
TechnologyJan 30, 2015 1:37 PM By Mike O'Brien
Jet.com, a disruptive startup based in Montclair, NJ, is going after Amazon by taking a new approach that allows sellers to undercut the ecommerce giant on price by using a system that finds and exploits cost efficiencies in the ecommerce fulfillment process.
TechnologyJan 29, 2015 1:59 PM By Curt Barry
Are operational inefficiencies vermin eating your profits? Make sure you’re not cutting customers two-cent checks, or following other wasteful practices.
TechnologyJan 28, 2015 2:07 PM By Mike O'Brien
By lifting a restriction that required all items in an order to come from the same seller to qualify for free shipping, Amazon has more than tripled the number of items that qualify for the benefit.
TechnologyJan 26, 2015 6:43 PM By Mark Holleran
Five criteria for helping you select warehouse devices that can add efficiency and productivity gains.
TechnologyJan 20, 2015 11:01 AM By Curt Barry
You’ve barely put a bow on your peak shipping, but it’s time to assess your performance and start planning for peak season operations in 2015. What are your objectives for improvements? Here are eight steps to help you prioritize which changes happen this year, and which can be pushed into 2016 and beyond.
TechnologyDec 22, 2014 4:33 PM By Mike O'Brien
eBay said 83 businesses – including online merchants as well as retailers with physical stores – have joined its eBay Local pilot program in Brooklyn, NY., offering a range of delivery options, including $5 same-day and in-store pickup, to consumers through eBay’s website and mobile apps.
The Brooklyn trial is taking place as the company shifts the focus of Amazon Local more toward its core marketplace sellers, with less emphasis on major retailers.