Amazon Is the Number One US Apparel Retailer, Passing Walmart

What was years in the making has finally happened, with Amazon passing Walmart to become the largest apparel retailer in the US.

57% of Small Businesses in US Are Now Fully Open

As restrictions ease around the country, a new reports shows that 57% of all small businesses are fully open.

Postscript Raises $4.5 Million to Turbocharge Shopify SMS Marketing

Postscript announced it has raised $4.5 million in seed funding to help bring turbocharged SMS marketing to Shopify and e-commerce stores.

Best Buy Lays Off 5,000 Employees, Will Shutter More Stores

Best Buy has laid off some 5,000 employees and plans to close additional stores as customers turn to online shopping.

Amazon Delivers 1.5 Billion Products During Holiday Season

Amazon has reported a record-breaking holiday season, shipping some 1.5 billion products.

Adobe: Holiday Sales Could Hit Nearly $200 Billion

Adobe has released its predictions for the 2020 holiday season, between November 1 thru December 31, and online retailers are set to score big.

Walmart Joining Microsoft in Effort to Purchase TikTok

Walmart is getting in on the TikTok action, joining Microsoft’s bid to purchase the beleaguered social media platform.

Amazon Is Responsible For Defective Third-Party Products

A court has ruled Amazon is liable for defective products, including those sold by third-party sellers.

eBay Sells Classifieds Business For Nearly $9 Billion

eBay has streamlined its focus and reached a deal to sell its classifieds business for nearly $9 billion.

Amazon Raises Warehouse Hires to 175,000

Amazon announced it has hired the initial 100,000 warehouse workers it originally pledged, and is now hiring an additional 75,000.