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.
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.
Guitar Center has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with plans to reduce its debt by $800 million.
The largest seller of musical equipment in the U.S. said it plans to keep its nearly 300 U.S.
More consumers plan to shop online (61%) than in-store (54%) on Black Friday.
The findings are part of a new survey by Deloitte, which revealed that 57% of shoppers are anxious about shopping in-store during the holiday season due to the pandemic. (The survey was conducted Oct. 9 – Nov.
Rent-A-Center Inc. is launching a new app and platform that enable consumers to lease products to own at retailers of their choice.
The lease-to-own retailer is providing these digital tools via its Preferred Dynamix fintech company.
E-commerce retailers should not overlook the importance of their returns experience to customer perception and satisfaction.
According to a new consumer survey from e-commerce solutions provider Doddle, 87% of respondents say the returns experience plays a significant role in their opinion
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.