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  • Direct from China

    Direct from China

    Chinese companies are selling online in the United States, undercutting prices in some categories and forcing domestic merchants to respond. The experience of prom dress retailers may be instructive for others.

    Posted 08/01/2013Don DavisPost a comment

    Chinese companies are selling online in the United States, undercutting prices in some categories and forcing domestic merchants to respond. The experience of prom dress retailers may be instructive for others.

    Related Content:Direct From China | Lightinthebox

  • 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:Cross Border | Asos | I-parcel

  • Supply Chain

    Supply Chain

    Web retailers have an edge when building ties with suppliers.

    Posted 06/30/2011Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Web retailers have an edge when building ties with suppliers.
  • A Wider World

    There are strong prospects for North American e-retailers selling globally, argues Forrester analyst Zia Daniell Wigder.

    Posted 12/01/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    There are strong prospects for North American e-retailers selling globally, argues Forrester analyst Zia Daniell Wigder.
  • Is this the beginning of the Chinese century?

    Our greatest now must be our freedom to use the Internet to access any information, to communicate any ideas, to challenge any convention and try to persuade to the contrary anyone resisting progress.

    Posted 08/27/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Our greatest now must be our freedom to use the Internet to access any information, to communicate any ideas, to challenge any convention and try to persuade to the contrary anyone resisting progress.

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