Dan Berthiaume

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Dan Berthiaume is a recognized expert on retail technology, having covered the space since 1998. He has been interviewed on National Public Radio and Coffee Break with Game Changers, and quoted by a variety of publications and news sites including CNBC. Dan also has served as a moderator and panelist at numerous industry events.  




La-Z-Boy builds upon virtual 3-D shopping offering

Vertical furniture retailer La-Z-Boy is upgrading 3D augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) tools it offers customers.

Six Flags theme park opens frictionless stores with Amazon tech

Two Six Flags theme park locations now feature cashierless stores equipped with Amazon ‘Just Walk Out’ technology.

Almost all shoppers abandon an online purchase for this reason

A new survey reveals one issue that is near universal in its ability to disrupt online sales.

DOJ files environmental suit against eBay

A new complaint accuses eBay of selling and distributing hundreds of thousands of products that violate various federal environmental laws.

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet to support growth with new distribution center

Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc. has big plans for expansion in the Midwest.

Panera partners with business-to-business catering platform

Panera Bread is offering its food and beverage products on a third-party catering marketplace for business customers.

Amazon fires back at FTC suit

Amazon says the new federal antitrust lawsuit filed against it shows the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is “radically departing” from its role of protecting consumers.

FTC files lawsuit against Amazon with 17 states

A long-awaited federal antitrust lawsuit against Amazon is officially moving forward.

Foot Locker extends RFID-based inventory management to Eastern Europe

Foot Locker Inc. is attempting to maximize inventory accuracy and operational efficiency in its Eastern European stores.

Seattle suburbs get third frictionless Amazon Go store

Amazon continues expanding its Amazon Go suburban format in the Seattle area.