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  • Cause for alarm

    Cause for alarm

    Internet Retailer surveyed more than 500 U.S. online shoppers about how, where and when they shop online, and their answers illustrate just how cutthroat e-retailing is getting for merchants.

    Posted 06/01/2016Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Internet Retailer surveyed more than 500 U.S. online shoppers about how, where and when they shop online, and their answers illustrate just how cutthroat e-retailing is getting for merchants.

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  • Can Devin Wenig make eBay cool again?

    Can Devin Wenig make eBay cool again?

    The soon-to-be CEO plans to transform eBay into a 'discovery-based marketplace.' He faces no shortage of skeptics.

    Posted 06/02/2015Zak StamborPost a comment

    The soon-to-be CEO plans to transform eBay into a 'discovery-based marketplace.' He faces no shortage of skeptics.

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  • Make it easy

    Make it easy

    One-touch checkout from Apple and PayPal topples mobile commerce’s biggest hurdle.

    Posted 10/31/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    One-touch checkout from Apple and PayPal topples mobile commerce’s biggest hurdle.
  • Back to you

    Back to you

    E-retailers selling internationally are bound to have returns and figuring out how to handle them can prove challenging.

    Posted 10/31/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    E-retailers selling internationally are bound to have returns and figuring out how to handle them can prove challenging.
  • Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

    Posted 10/01/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.
  • 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.

    Related Content:3d Printer

  • Editor's Letter: After the sale

    I have a confession to make to the readers of Internet Retailer. I love Amazon.com.

    Posted 04/02/2014Allison EnrightPost a comment

    I have a confession to make to the readers of Internet Retailer. I love Amazon.com.
  • 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?

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  • 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.
  • 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.
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