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  • Retail's next dimension: 3-D printing

    Retail's next dimension: 3-D printing

    Online merchants have begun taking a new interest in the manufacturing technique, finding it allows them to slash prototyping costs and quickly customize items to shoppers’ tastes.

    Posted 08/04/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Online merchants have begun taking a new interest in the manufacturing technique, finding it allows them to slash prototyping costs and quickly customize items to shoppers’ tastes.

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  • Amazon shows the big opportunity in Latin America e-commerce

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    Amazon shows the big opportunity in Latin America e-commerce

    Latin America remains the world’s second fastest-growing e-commerce market behind China, according to data in Internet Retailer’s newly published 2014 Latin America 500. And the fastest-growing merchants aren’t just promising start-ups. Latin America also is attracting big web merchants like Amazon.com, which grew sales in the region 142% in 2013.

    Posted 07/21/2014Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Latin America remains the world’s second fastest-growing e-commerce market behind China, according to data in Internet Retailer’s newly published 2014 Latin America 500. And the fastest-growing merchants aren’t just promising start-ups. Latin America also is attracting big web merchants like…

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    Just where do my online orders come from?

    As the race to faster shipping continues, many online retailers are now shipping online orders from their bricks-and-mortar stores.

    Posted 05/02/2014Peter SheldonPost a comment

    As the race to faster shipping continues, many online retailers are now shipping online orders from their bricks-and-mortar stores.

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  • Amazon expands same-day delivery

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    Amazon expands same-day delivery

    The e-retailer adds San Francisco and Dallas, making 12 major markets where Amazon delivers the same day. Those represent 21% of the U.S. population, says logistics consultancy MWPVL. Amazon also extends the order deadline in Phoenix, but discontinues same-day delivery in Las Vegas.

    Posted 05/01/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The e-retailer adds San Francisco and Dallas, making 12 major markets where Amazon delivers the same day. Those represent 21% of the U.S. population, says logistics consultancy MWPVL. Amazon also extends the order deadline in Phoenix, but discontinues same-day delivery in Las Vegas.
  • Amazon’s revenue increases nearly 23% in Q1

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    Amazon’s revenue increases nearly 23% in Q1

    The e-retailer releases its Q1 financials as it seeks to beef up its “last mile” delivery capabilities and the benefits of its Prime membership program. While revenue approached $20 billion, net income was only $108 million as Amazon spent heavily on technology, content and fulfillment.

    Posted 04/24/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The e-retailer releases its Q1 financials as it seeks to beef up its “last mile” delivery capabilities and the benefits of its Prime membership program. While revenue approached $20 billion, net income was only $108 million as Amazon spent heavily on technology, content and fulfillment.

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  • Amazon opens its pantry doors for ordering bulky items

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    Amazon opens its pantry doors for ordering bulky items

    Prime Pantry allows Amazon Prime members to pack and ship a box full of grocery items for a $5.99 shipping fee, plus the cost of the products selected. As a shopper adds an item, Amazon.com indicates how much room remains in the 4-cubic-foot box.

    Posted 04/24/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Prime Pantry allows Amazon Prime members to pack and ship a box full of grocery items for a $5.99 shipping fee, plus the cost of the products selected. As a shopper adds an item, Amazon.com indicates how much room remains in the 4-cubic-foot box.

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  • Amazon sweetens Prime membership with HBO content

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    Amazon sweetens Prime membership with HBO content

    Amazon Prime users will be able to watch original shows from HBO’s archive as part of their membership. This is the first time HBO has made its content available for streaming outside its own HBO GO app.

    Posted 04/23/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Amazon Prime users will be able to watch original shows from HBO’s archive as part of their membership. This is the first time HBO has made its content available for streaming outside its own HBO GO app.

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