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  • / E-Commerce

    The pros and cons of commingling for Amazon merchants

    When Amazon handles fulfillment, it mixes together products it deems identical. While that can cause grief for Amazon merchants, the program also offers some important benefits.

    Posted 07/01/2014Mary WeinsteinPost a comment

    When Amazon handles fulfillment, it mixes together products it deems identical. While that can cause grief for Amazon merchants, the program also offers some important benefits.

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  • Warehouse deals

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    Warehouse deals

    Growing web retailers have options when it comes to adding capacity.

    Posted 06/26/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Growing web retailers have options when it comes to adding capacity.

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  • IRCE Hot Topics: Amazon

    / E-Retailers

    IRCE Hot Topics: Amazon

    Anytime Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos flexes his pinky many e-retailers wonder what he's up to, which is why Internet Retailer editors created a full day of sessions dedicated to the dominant company in North American e-retailing. IRCE's Amazon & Me Workshop takes place Tuesday, June 10.

    Posted 06/04/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Anytime Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos flexes his pinky many e-retailers wonder what he's up to, which is why Internet Retailer editors created a full day of sessions dedicated to the dominant company in North American e-retailing. IRCE's Amazon & Me Workshop takes place Tuesday, June 10.

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  • Amazon Prime has “room to expand,” a research firm says

    / E-Retailers

    Amazon Prime has “room to expand,” a research firm says

    Baird Equity Research says 10% of Amazon's physical items are Prime eligible. The firm says Amazon should make more products eligible for Prime through the e-retailer's Fulfillment by Amazon program, a service that lets merchants store inventory at Amazon warehouses with Amazon handling delivery.

    Posted 03/05/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Baird Equity Research says 10% of Amazon's physical items are Prime eligible. The firm says Amazon should make more products eligible for Prime through the e-retailer's Fulfillment by Amazon program, a service that lets merchants store inventory at Amazon warehouses with Amazon handling delivery.

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