Many e-retail companies expect financial benefits this year from the overhaul of the U.S. tax code and reduction in corporate tax rates. Here's a breakdown of where companies plan to spend those funds.
Take a look at where Amazon operates fulfillment centers, from massive warehouses to smaller hubs. Internet Retailer, using data from logistics firm MWPVL International, lays it out.
Online sales hit a combined $7.9 billion for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, up 17.9% from a year ago, with mobile making big gains, Adobe says.
B2B e-commerce is at a crossroads—next stop: $1 trillion. And the companies who want to stay in the game as sellers must quickly make the right turns regarding commerce strategy and technology investments.
Web-only housewares giant Wayfair wants a piece of the fast-growing online mattress market. This month, the merchant rolled out its own brand of mattresses—ones made of foam that can be rolled up and shipped to consumers in a box via standard delivery carriers, and similar to ones sold by other fast-growing startup mattress brands that sell primarily on the web.
A new Internet Retailer report ranks the top 10 tech companies across 30 technology categories.
Many customers who never set up registries were puzzled by a message notifying them that a gift had been purchased from their baby registry.
Online sales at hardware/home improvement chains are growing much faster than at other store-based retailers.
Their sales are up more than 40% this year and Canada’s online retailers are taking share from foreign merchants competing for Canadian consumers’ online dollars.
U.S. e-commerce sales grew 16.3% during the second quarter, the Commerce Department reported today. Amazon was responsible for nearly half of that growth.