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  • An m-commerce page in 3.18 seconds

    / Mobile Commerce

    An m-commerce page in 3.18 seconds

    Retailers take note: That’s how fast Walmart.com’s mobile home page is loading.

    Posted 09/20/2010Bill Siwicki1 comments

    Retailers take note: That’s how fast Walmart.com’s mobile home page is loading.
  • / Technology

    Ralph Lauren’s Rugby tosses a second ball into the mobile commerce scrum

    The young adults apparel retailer has launched an iPhone app that enables shoppers to customize their own rugby shirts, polo shirts, sweaters and other products. This app follows Rugby’s m-commerce site, and both enable shopping and purchasing.

    Posted 09/11/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    The young adults apparel retailer has launched an iPhone app that enables shoppers to customize their own rugby shirts, polo shirts, sweaters and other products. This app follows Rugby’s m-commerce site, and both enable shopping and purchasing.
  • / Press Release

    Polo Ralph Lauren Extends Long-Term E-Commerce Partnership with GSI Commerce

    Leading Premium Lifestyle Brand Will Continue Online Success Through Relationship with GSI KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., June 16, 2008 – Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE: RL), and GSI Commerce Inc. (Nasdaq: GSIC), today announced a five-year extension to their long-term e-commerce Web technology agreement. GSI, a leading provider of e-commerce and multichannel solutions, will continue to provide Polo Ralph Lauren with e-commerce technology solutions...

    Posted 06/17/2008

    Leading Premium Lifestyle Brand Will Continue Online Success Through Relationship with GSI KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., June 16, 2008 – Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE: RL), and GSI Commerce Inc. (Nasdaq: GSIC), today announced a five-year extension to their long-term e-commerce Web technology…
  • / Technology

    Ralph Lauren likes the sound of RalphLauren.com

    Ralph Lauren is officially changing the name of its web site to RalphLauren.com from Polo.com to reflect the wider assortment of merchandise available online. The company also plans to take customer service for the web site in house.

    Posted 08/15/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Ralph Lauren is officially changing the name of its web site to RalphLauren.com from Polo.com to reflect the wider assortment of merchandise available online. The company also plans to take customer service for the web site in house.

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  • Polo Ralph Lauren brings interactive window shopping to Chicago

    Polo Ralph Lauren today launched interactive window shopping—in which customers can shop from outside the store using a touch screen—at its Michigan Avenue flagship store in Chicago. Polo pioneered the concept in New York.

    Posted 11/20/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Polo Ralph Lauren today launched interactive window shopping—in which customers can shop from outside the store using a touch screen—at its Michigan Avenue flagship store in Chicago. Polo pioneered the concept in New York.

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  • Polo hits the web

    Ralph Lauren's Polo.com is slated to debut this weekend with an initial base of some 600,000 registered shoppers who've signed up for the site online since Lauren announced plans to launch an e-commerce site last February. The site is the creation of Ralph Lauren Media, which was formed early last year with the 25% backing of network NBC to develop polo-branded media properties for the Internet, book publishing, television and feature film...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Ralph Lauren's Polo.com is slated to debut this weekend with an initial base of some 600,000 registered shoppers who've signed up for the site online since Lauren announced plans to launch an e-commerce site last February. The site is the creation of Ralph Lauren Media, which was formed early last…

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