National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay says that the pandemic has made this a great time for innovation by retailers.
Amazon is looking to reinvent how it handles unsold or returned inventory, following negative reports about it destroying millions of items.
With Walmart’s e-commerce business humming the way it is and the way the company’s been able to integrate it with the store base, with curbside and everything else, this is a tough one.
“A set of facts could be put forward that would support that (they are destroying the retail landscape),” says former Walmart CEO Bill Simon. “Do I want to go out of business because I’ve lost my sales by not matching them on price? Or, do I want to go out of business because I’ve matched them on price?”
A new report shows just how widespread the impacts from COVID have been as consumers look toward a post-COVID world.
Amazon is touting its most recent Prime Day as the “two biggest days ever for small & medium-sized businesses.”
New York Rep. Joe Morelle has introduced right to repair legislation, in a bid that could have a major impact on device manufacturers.
Walmart is gearing up for nationwide drone delivery, following a successful pilot program that showcased the possibilities.
Walmart is going the distance to ensure its employees can access its new app, giving 740,000 of them a Samsung smartphone.