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This year, more than ever, consumers will shop for the holidays from their smartphones.
On CustomMade.com, buyers post a photo or a description of what they want and craftspeople bid on the project.
Companies like Birchbox and Bitters + Bottles illustrate the benefits of subscription services: recurring revenue and deep customer relationships.
Subscription services are no longer just for magazine and beer-of-the-month clubs. The booming ecommerce method is one of our Business Trends for 2014. Check out these unique services to find out why.
Amazon customers in some parts of the U.S. can now get packages every day of the week.
This infographic breaks down the same-day delivery process to help you better understand your logistics needs.
Called "Marketplace," the new e-commerce platform on TOMS.com features products from 30 entrepreneurs, all with mission-driven retail models.
Take the time to consider your particular circumstances before deciding on a payment plan.
From sites that allow you to negotiate directly with lease owners, to apps that offer real-time reports on traffic, these tools take some of the stress out of driving.
Amazon made noise when it launched its New York publishing operation but has failed to land the next big thing in publishing.
Need to haul a lot of stuff? Drive more than 50 miles a day? Live in a big city? Follow this flow chart to your perfect company car.
If your business has as many as 10 vehicles, you've entered fleet-vehicle territory, a place with its own rules--and benefits
What to consider when buying a fleet.
People have been renting movies and cars for years, but what about borrowing a wedding dress? Here's a look at the innovative and bizarre things that can be yours for a short time.
What if an online purchase could be airdropped from the seller directly to your door?
With everyone offering discounts and deals around the same time of year, it's hard to stand out. Here are three ways to differentiate yourself from the competition online.
In the latest play in the tech world's game of musical chairs, eBay has hired Apple executive RJ Pittman to run its products division.
First Class? Standard Post? Parcel Select? Tracking? Insurance? This reference breaks it all down.
Retailers that depend on goods shipped to the Port of New York and New Jersey have been tearing their hair out in recent weeks. But there's smooth sailing ahead.
The shipping giant has made 3-D printing available in a San Diego franchise and will extend the offering to five other cities across the U.S. in the next two months as part of a pilot program.
The internet retailer is expanding its fulfillment and customer service networks in an effort to offer more customers speedier delivery options.
The shipping giant has sharply lowered its financial guidance, suggesting that signs of pickup in the U.S. economy might be overblown.
Learn the five ways this tool can increase efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Even if you've studied your shipping expenses closely, chances are savings can still be had in the deliveries your suppliers make to you.
Thanks to some new startups, you might be able to tap the crowd for your next delivery. But should you?