In today's e-commerce news roundup, we noted Walmart e-commerce sales in 2016 grew 63% compared to Amazon's 24% increase. Very surprising!
Read how e-commerce is booming from Chile, Thailand and Bangladesh to Austria, Sweden and Saudi Arabia.
The latest global e-commerce includes Souq.com, MallfortheWorld, Snapcart, Sapling Child, Amazon, Snapdeal, Unilever and Lazada and market insight into SE Asia.
Our retail news roundup offers a reality check for bricks and mortar stores and some optimism on the horizon for retail innovators including Lowe's, Walmart, Amazon and restaurants Epic Burger and Dinosaur BBQ.
Many trends we forecast in our 2015 Global Cashback Industry Report have evolved as we predicted. And the realities? Some big successes. Mergers and consolidations. Harder to find venture capital funds. Profit challenges and intense competition.
US retail news highlights including TJX and Neiman Marcus openings, Payless and JCPenney closures, Walmart profits, GNC losses and e-commerce challenges all around.
We look at where Walmart is today, where it's going in-store and online, and how it's doing in the digital battle to defend itself from Amazon. The biggest Walmart news is uber-investor Warren Buffett divesting $900 million of Walmart shares.
We cover who's making mobile retail news in every segment from fashion, fast food and fast mobile retail trucks to fake apps, free mobile payment apps in India and frustrated mobile customers at Starbucks.
If you think US e-commerce is competitive, you haven't seen anything like the India e-commerce market. From heavy losses and intense competition to demonetization and the impact of write-downs on valuation, it's a shark tank. Our news roundup takes you inside.
We look at what the experts are predicting for 2017 in retail and e-commerce. Steve Rothwell, founder and CTO of Eagle Eye Solutions expects machine learning and data to be important in the new year. Jamie Merrick, head of industry insights at Salesforce Commerce Cloud says it’s all about shoppers and delivery. Patrick Gallagher, chief executive of On the dot says Black Friday delivery patterns will continue throughout the year.