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  • Target beefs up its online subscription service

    / E-Retailers

    Target beefs up its online subscription service

    The retail chain has increased the product selection available by subscription from 200 baby-related items to more than 1,500 products in many categories, including household, cleaning supplies, health, beauty and pets. It also sweetened the deal by tacking on a 5% discount to all subscription orders, all the time.

    Posted 04/17/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The retail chain has increased the product selection available by subscription from 200 baby-related items to more than 1,500 products in many categories, including household, cleaning supplies, health, beauty and pets. It also sweetened the deal by tacking on a 5% discount to all subscription…

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  • Online stores win the low-price wars

    / E-Retailers

    Online stores win the low-price wars

    For the first time since Anthem Marketing Solutions began comparing online and offline prices, items priced under $5 are now better deals online 66% of the time.

    Posted 04/22/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    For the first time since Anthem Marketing Solutions began comparing online and offline prices, items priced under $5 are now better deals online 66% of the time.
  • Amazon workers in Germany go on strike, again

    / E-Retailers

    Amazon workers in Germany go on strike, again

    Workers’ union Ver.di called for the retailer’s employees at three German work sites to stay off work today in protest of what they say are low wages. Ver.di has staged such strikes among Amazon’s German workers on and off for the last year.

    Posted 04/17/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Workers’ union Ver.di called for the retailer’s employees at three German work sites to stay off work today in protest of what they say are low wages. Ver.di has staged such strikes among Amazon’s German workers on and off for the last year.
  • Amazon is losing its sales-tax advantage

    / Technology

    Amazon is losing its sales-tax advantage

    A new report says that web taxes drive consumers to shift spending to competitors and bricks-and-mortar merchants.

    Posted 04/22/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    A new report says that web taxes drive consumers to shift spending to competitors and bricks-and-mortar merchants.

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