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  • The Bitcoin bet

    The Bitcoin bet

    Enthusiasts say the digital currency is ready for widespread acceptance, and several big- name e-retailers now accept bitcoin as payment. But is there another side of this coin?

    Posted 06/02/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Enthusiasts say the digital currency is ready for widespread acceptance, and several big- name e-retailers now accept bitcoin as payment. But is there another side of this coin?
  • The (ware)house hunt

    Location, size and price are key factors for growing web retailers seeking more space for fulfilling orders.

    Posted 06/26/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    Location, size and price are key factors for growing web retailers seeking more space for fulfilling orders.
  • Are We On?

    Are We On?

    As web pages pull content from more sources, retailers must run faster to prevent delays.

    Posted 05/01/2012Paul DemeryPost a comment

    As web pages pull content from more sources, retailers must run faster to prevent delays.
  • California Scheming

    California Scheming

    E-retailers pick their poison: Give up many affiliates or charge sales tax to a quarter of U.S. shoppers

    Posted 09/01/2011Paul DemeryPost a comment

    E-retailers pick their poison: Give up many affiliates or charge sales tax to a quarter of U.S. shoppers
  • Amazon goes to California's voters in a bid to repeal the state's new online sales tax law

    Amazon goes to California's voters in a bid to repeal the state's new online sales tax law

    Amazon.com Inc. has once again grabbed center stage in a battle over sales tax, this time in California where it has filed a petition for a referendum on whether the state should repeal a recently passed law that requires online retailers to collect sales tax if they do business with in-state affiliate web sites or have in-state subsidiaries that operate things like distribution centers.

    Posted 07/31/2011Zak StamborPost a comment

    Amazon.com Inc. has once again grabbed center stage in a battle over sales tax, this time in California where it has filed a petition for a referendum on whether the state should repeal a recently passed law that requires online retailers to collect sales tax if they do business with in-state…
  • Feed the Panda

    Whether outsourcing or handling search in-house, retailers must know the rules to win the game.

    Posted 05/31/2011Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Whether outsourcing or handling search in-house, retailers must know the rules to win the game.
  • Overstock offers $1 million for a better way to make recommendations to web shoppers

    Like online movie maven Netflix, Overstock figures it can come up with a better way to present personalized offers to shoppers by enticing the experts of the world to devise a new method.

    Posted 05/31/2011Don DavisPost a comment

    Like online movie maven Netflix, Overstock figures it can come up with a better way to present personalized offers to shoppers by enticing the experts of the world to devise a new method.
  • SEO Red Flags

    To stay out of Google's doghouse, retailers should scrutinize inbound links from other sites.

    Posted 04/29/2011Internet RetailerPost a comment

    To stay out of Google's doghouse, retailers should scrutinize inbound links from other sites.
  • Defusing the patent bomb

    Defusing the patent bomb

    Facing a growing number of lawsuits over patents, e-retailers seek ways to prevent losses that can run into millions.

    Posted 01/01/2011Thad RueterPost a comment

    Facing a growing number of lawsuits over patents, e-retailers seek ways to prevent losses that can run into millions.
  • Wet Seal and Overstock expand their mobile commerce offerings

    The Wet Seal, an apparel retailer catering to young women, has launched a mobile-optimized version of its e-commerce site, and mass merchant Overstock.com has introduced a fully transactional iPhone app.

    Posted 01/29/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The Wet Seal, an apparel retailer catering to young women, has launched a mobile-optimized version of its e-commerce site, and mass merchant Overstock.com has introduced a fully transactional iPhone app.
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