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Wow Customers by Adding Sprinkles to Your Retail Service
They may come in for fast, good and cheap -- but they'll come back for unique.
Chip R. Bell
This Site Is Helping Businesses Save on Merchandise Orders
An online buying club allows wholesale pricing for small businesses.
Mikal E. Belicove
Why Ecommerce Is Eyeing Brick and Mortar
Even as online shopping sales continue to grow, more e-commerce players are proving that the physical space should not be ignored.
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The Top 5 Ecommerce Trends You Should Look Out For
This year could be huge: Improving the customer experience is key.
'Anti-Ball Crushing' Pants Are Putting Lululemon on the Menswear Map
The wildly popular item 'gives you and the family jewels room to breathe,' Lululemon says.
Report: Amazon to Shutter Webstore, Its Ecommerce Platform for Small Businesses
Users of Amazon Webstore have received letters from the company stating the service will be ending in July of next year.
How a Brick-and-Mortar Furniture Shop Struck Ecommerce Gold
The owner of a Missouri-based appliance and furniture store moved online and now has a national customer base.
Majority of Global Merchants Fall Short on Card Data Security Compliance
As much as 80 percent failed interim tests, a new report says.
The Marriage of Clicks and Bricks
Ecommerce retailers have realized that shoppers find value in being able to see and inspect items in real life.
Can Target's New CEO Re-Energize the Big Retailer?
A detailed look at Brian Cornell's new approach to a process-heavy company.
U.S. Retail Sales Weak, Consumer Spending Gauge Barely Rises
Households cut back on purchases of a range of goods, suggesting the economy started the first quarter on a softer note.
The Retailers Shoppers Like the Most
A certain e-commerce giant topped the list of favorites, according to a new survey.
Palantir Buys Fancy That, an Indication that Brick-And-Mortar Shopping Is Increasingly a Digital Game
The acquisition is a bit of a departure from Palantir's focus on issues like national security and defense strategy but also a harbinger of how data analysis is changing the game for retailers.
After Nearly 100 Years in Business, RadioShack Files for Bankruptcy
Sprint will to take over some stores.
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