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  • How the Fourth of July could boost Chinese e-commerce

    / Marketing

    How the Fourth of July could boost Chinese e-commerce

    Tmall, one of the big marketplaces operated by the Chinese e-commerce giant, kicks off “American Week” today in honor of the U.S. national holiday. Sixty U.S. brands are participating in the promotion, which runs through Wednesday.

    Posted 07/03/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Tmall, one of the big marketplaces operated by the Chinese e-commerce giant, kicks off “American Week” today in honor of the U.S. national holiday. Sixty U.S. brands are participating in the promotion, which runs through Wednesday.
  • Start prepping for 2014’s short holiday shopping season now, IBM says

    / E-Retailers

    Start prepping for 2014’s short holiday shopping season now, IBM says

    The coming holiday season will have only 26 days between Black Friday and Christmas, just one more than last year and five fewer than 2012. Consumers are spending more online during the holidays, but they’re spending less time on retail sites, in part because they’re more often on mobile phones and tablets, IBM says in a holiday report.

    Posted 06/26/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The coming holiday season will have only 26 days between Black Friday and Christmas, just one more than last year and five fewer than 2012. Consumers are spending more online during the holidays, but they’re spending less time on retail sites, in part because they’re more often on mobile phones…

    Related Content:Ibm | Holiday Shopping | Holiday 2013

  • Despite bad weather, UPS lifts Q1 package volume by 4.2%

    / Technology

    Despite bad weather, UPS lifts Q1 package volume by 4.2%

    The company says it is investing heavily in both immediate and long-term system improvements—including added capacity in distribution centers, the ability to quickly re-route high volumes of packages between distribution facilities during peak periods, and a new software system for routing delivery vehicles.

    Posted 04/25/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The company says it is investing heavily in both immediate and long-term system improvements—including added capacity in distribution centers, the ability to quickly re-route high volumes of packages between distribution facilities during peak periods, and a new software system for routing…

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