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  • Penny-pinching packaging

    Penny-pinching packaging

    Cost-efficient packing materials, processes and machinery help retailers save on shipping.

    Posted 03/01/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    Cost-efficient packing materials, processes and machinery help retailers save on shipping.

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  • The challenger

    The challenger

    Hiroshi Mikitani, chairman and CEO of Japan's Rakuten Inc., is exporting his e-commerce playbook as he seeks to rewrite the rules of the e-retail game around the world.

    Posted 03/28/2013Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Hiroshi Mikitani, chairman and CEO of Japan's Rakuten Inc., is exporting his e-commerce playbook as he seeks to rewrite the rules of the e-retail game around the world.

    Related Content:Rakuten | Hoar | Andy Hoar

  • Small-box stores for the internet era

    Small-box stores for the internet era

    When a retail chain faces shrinking demand for its products on top of growing web competition, it has little choice but to reinvent itself. Will Staples provide a survival roadmap for other big-box stores?

    Posted 09/04/2013Zak StamborPost a comment

    When a retail chain faces shrinking demand for its products on top of growing web competition, it has little choice but to reinvent itself. Will Staples provide a survival roadmap for other big-box stores?

    Related Content:Stambor | Omnichannel | Staples

  • Designing for the evolving web platform

    Designing for the evolving web platform

    Small touchscreens are all the rage, and they change the rules of site design and usability. There are more changes to come.

    Posted 02/01/2011Zak StamborPost a comment

    Small touchscreens are all the rage, and they change the rules of site design and usability. There are more changes to come.
  • Amazon conquers the mobile universe

    Amazon conquers the mobile universe

    The top e-retailer is No. 1 in Internet Retailer's first ranking of 300 mobile merchants, who combined will rack up $5.37 billion in 2011 m-commerce sales.

    Posted 09/30/2011Bill Siwicki4 comments

    The top e-retailer is No. 1 in Internet Retailer's first ranking of 300 mobile merchants, who combined will rack up $5.37 billion in 2011 m-commerce sales.
  • Border crossing

    Border crossing

    The World Wide Web is becoming a worldwide bazaar, as a growing array of border-hopping services make it possible for e-retailers to target shoppers everywhere.

    Posted 11/01/2012Katie Evans2 comments

    The World Wide Web is becoming a worldwide bazaar, as a growing array of border-hopping services make it possible for e-retailers to target shoppers everywhere.

    Related Content:Asos | Cross Border

  • Speed bumps

    High-end retailers find early success with same-day delivery, but other merchants are still trying to figure out if it’s worth the effort.

    Posted 09/04/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    High-end retailers find early success with same-day delivery, but other merchants are still trying to figure out if it’s worth the effort.

    Related Content:Same-day Delivery

  • Wal-Mart goes for the 'wow'

    Wal-Mart goes for the 'wow'

    Ravi Raj and the @WalmartLabs team bring pizzazz to social marketing, just one example of how retailers seek to grab the attention of social shoppers.

    Posted 05/01/2012Zak StamborPost a comment

    Ravi Raj and the @WalmartLabs team bring pizzazz to social marketing, just one example of how retailers seek to grab the attention of social shoppers.
  • Top retailers mobilize

    Top retailers mobilize

    Retail chains see mobile as a way to bridge web and store this holiday season, but Internet-only retailers aim to divert that consumer traffic

    Posted 10/01/2010Bill Siwicki1 comments

    Retail chains see mobile as a way to bridge web and store this holiday season, but Internet-only retailers aim to divert that consumer traffic
  • Many Masters

    Many Masters

    There's little uniformity in rules across web marketplaces, forcing retailers to choose which ones are worth the trouble.

    Posted 03/01/2011Zak Stambor1 comments

    There's little uniformity in rules across web marketplaces, forcing retailers to choose which ones are worth the trouble.

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