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Retailers jump on ‘buy now, pay later’ trend as holidays approach

Leading retail chains including Neiman Marcus, Saks Off 5th, GameStop, and Express are adopting various omnichannel flex payment platforms.

Exclusive Q&A: Shipt Driven manages last mile for Best Buy deliveries

Retailers including Best Buy support proprietary same-day delivery programs with the Shipt Driven service.

Germany-based Zalando is running its machine learning workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to reduce time-to-market of new online customer experience features.

Home Depot has agreed with 46 states and the District of Columbia to payout $17.5 million -- to be shared among the states -- to settle a 2014 data breach case.

Walmart is leveraging its vast brick-and-mortar network to bolster its capability to quickly deliver online holiday purchases.

Joyrun screen

Walmart is continuing to strengthen its in-house capability to deliver online orders. The discount giant is purchasing the talent, technology platform, and intellectual property of JoyRun, a Silicon Valley-based startup.

Shopify’s recent e-commerce partnership with TikTok fits into its larger goal of reaching high-value customers via their preferred channel.

Online Walmart shoppers can now shop for gifts with an expanded set of filters, and keep their holiday purchases secret.

2020 continues to be the year of the small seller on eBay.

Amazon in-store pickup

Amazon is leveraging some of its brick-and-mortar stores for omnichannel purchase fulfillment. New for the holiday season, Amazon customers can pick up online orders from the e-tailer at Amazon 4-star or Amazon Books physical store locations.

CVS Health and Walgreens are already feeling shock waves from the opening of Amazon’s new online drugstore.

Black Friday weekend will be different this year, but retailers dismiss it at their peril.

Ahold Delhaize is putting money behind its promise to boost its omnichannel presence in the U.S.

Shipt shopper

A Target-owned online delivery platform is hiring another large batch of temporary employees in time for the holiday rush. Shipt is adding 50,000 more shoppers to its national network this holiday season after seeing increased, early demand across its business.

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