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  • Amazon warehouse workers in Delaware vote against forming a union

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    Amazon warehouse workers in Delaware vote against forming a union

    Maintenance technicians at the retailer’s shipping facility in Middleton, Del., voted 21-6 against joining a union Wednesday. Organizers had hoped unionizing would allow them to negotiate their contract terms and establish a safety committee, among other goals.

    Posted 01/17/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Maintenance technicians at the retailer’s shipping facility in Middleton, Del., voted 21-6 against joining a union Wednesday. Organizers had hoped unionizing would allow them to negotiate their contract terms and establish a safety committee, among other goals.
  • France moves to restrain Amazon’s free shipping offers

    / E-Retailers

    France moves to restrain Amazon’s free shipping offers

    A bill approved by the French Senate would prohibit online book sellers from offering free shipping in France. The proposed law aims to help independent bookstores in France compete with Amazon.com and other web merchants.

    Posted 01/09/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    A bill approved by the French Senate would prohibit online book sellers from offering free shipping in France. The proposed law aims to help independent bookstores in France compete with Amazon.com and other web merchants.
  • Amazon’s marketplace has a jolly 2013 Cyber Monday

    / Marketing

    Amazon’s marketplace has a jolly 2013 Cyber Monday

    Retailers that sell on the Amazon.com marketplace generated 50% more orders on the Monday after Thanksgiving in 2013 than they did a year earlier, the e-retailer says in a year-end review of the program.

    Posted 01/09/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Retailers that sell on the Amazon.com marketplace generated 50% more orders on the Monday after Thanksgiving in 2013 than they did a year earlier, the e-retailer says in a year-end review of the program.
  • 20 million and counting: A new estimate for Amazon Prime membership

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    20 million and counting: A new estimate for Amazon Prime membership

    Macquarie Equities Research says Amazon confirms that Prime has signed up at least 20 million households for the $79-a-year shipping program.

    Posted 01/07/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Macquarie Equities Research says Amazon confirms that Prime has signed up at least 20 million households for the $79-a-year shipping program.
  • E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

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    E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.

    Posted 01/06/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.
  • The drive-thru meets the web

    / Technology

    The drive-thru meets the web

    France-based Chronodrive enables shoppers to order and pay for groceries online and pick them up at their convenience and without paying a delivery fee. The company opened its first location in 2004 and now has 67 warehouses throughout the country.

    Posted 12/30/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    France-based Chronodrive enables shoppers to order and pay for groceries online and pick them up at their convenience and without paying a delivery fee. The company opened its first location in 2004 and now has 67 warehouses throughout the country.
  • Missed holiday deliveries dog e-retailers

    / Technology

    Missed holiday deliveries dog e-retailers

    An analysis of 25 large e-retailers shows a third didn’t get at least some orders under the tree as promised. Analysts say e-retailers might rethink their shipping deadlines next year and that shipping costs could increase.

    Posted 12/27/2013Allison EnrightPost a comment

    An analysis of 25 large e-retailers shows a third didn’t get at least some orders under the tree as promised. Analysts say e-retailers might rethink their shipping deadlines next year and that shipping costs could increase.
  • How Ozbo.com keeps fulfillment costs low and inventory high

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    How Ozbo.com keeps fulfillment costs low and inventory high

    The web-only mass merchant aims to greatly expand its product selection. But Ozbo.com also wants to keep its fulfillment costs in check.

    Posted 12/26/2013Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The web-only mass merchant aims to greatly expand its product selection. But Ozbo.com also wants to keep its fulfillment costs in check.
  • Macy’s will build an e-commerce warehouse

    / E-Retailers

    Macy’s will build an e-commerce warehouse

    Located near Tulsa, the fulfillment center will help the department store chain ship orders  to consumers. The warehouse is scheduled to open in 2015.

    Posted 12/26/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Located near Tulsa, the fulfillment center will help the department store chain ship orders ?to consumers. The warehouse is scheduled to open in 2015.

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  • Two takes on holiday web sales

    / E-Retailers

    Two takes on holiday web sales

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.

    Posted 12/26/2013Allison EnrightPost a comment

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.
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