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  • Mobile

    Mobile

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.

    Posted 12/03/2014Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.
  • Hail to the chiefs

    Hail to the chiefs

    Internet Retailer profiles the 10 most innovative executives in mobile commerce, who offer lessons learned and point the way forward.

    Posted 12/30/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Internet Retailer profiles the 10 most innovative executives in mobile commerce, who offer lessons learned and point the way forward.

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  • How to fail in m-commerce without really trying

    / Mobile Commerce

    How to fail in m-commerce without really trying

    Here's a beautiful example of why every company today must think mobile-first.

    Posted 01/08/2015Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Here's a beautiful example of why every company today must think mobile-first.
  • Peapod celebrates its 25th birthday remembering its pre-Internet days

    / E-Retailers

    Peapod celebrates its 25th birthday remembering its pre-Internet days

    In an exclusive interview with Internet Retailer, one of Peapod’s co-founders remembers the early days of VHS tapes and disks, jokes about the first-ever mobile shopping app (for Palm Pilots!), and shares a video of him explaining to customers decades ago how to shop online.

    Posted 09/26/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    In an exclusive interview with Internet Retailer, one of Peapod’s co-founders remembers the early days of VHS tapes and disks, jokes about the first-ever mobile shopping app (for Palm Pilots!), and shares a video of him explaining to customers decades ago how to shop online.

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  • Grocery retailer Royal Ahold projects 28% growth in 2014 online sales

    / E-Retailers

    Grocery retailer Royal Ahold projects 28% growth in 2014 online sales

    The Dutch company says its three global online grocery and general merchandise sites will sell $1.76 billion this year and $3.14 billion in 2017.

    Posted 11/19/2014Bill BriggsPost a comment

    The Dutch company says its three global online grocery and general merchandise sites will sell $1.76 billion this year and $3.14 billion in 2017.
  • Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

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    Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

    Posted 04/15/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

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  • Peapod launches 100 virtual grocery stores in commuter rail stations

    / Mobile Commerce

    Peapod launches 100 virtual grocery stores in commuter rail stations

    Consumers scan bar codes with their mobile devices to fill their carts.

    Posted 10/02/2012Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Consumers scan bar codes with their mobile devices to fill their carts.
  • Peapod keeps on truckin'

    Peapod keeps on truckin'

    Web grocer Peapod gains traction, potentially triggering a massive expansion of e-commerce into the last bastion of store-based retailing.

    Posted 03/31/2011Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Web grocer Peapod gains traction, potentially triggering a massive expansion of e-commerce into the last bastion of store-based retailing.

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  • E-grocery games

    E-grocery games

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

    Posted 06/02/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.
  • / E-Retailers

    Peapod Gets 11th-Hour Reprieve

    International food company Royal Ahold has purchased a 51% stake totaling $73 million in Web grocer (www.peapod.com) Peapod, saving the Internet pioneer from the compost heap. Under the agreement, Peapod will continue as a standalone company, and Ahold will supply it with goods, services and "fast pick" fulfillment centers, the companies say. Founded in 1989, Peapod has attracted 130,000 customers in eight metropolitan markets. But it has...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    …in Web grocer (www.peapod.com) Peapod, saving the Internet pioneer from the compost heap. Under the agreement, Peapod will continue as a standalone company, and Ahold will supply it with goods, services and "fast pick" fulfillment centers, the companies say. Founded in 1989, Peapod has attracted 130,000…

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