“Being a scrappy startup, it’s funny to see some of our designers forklift once in a while,” chuckles Chieh Huang, CEO of Boxed. Unlike most of Silicon Valley, which seems obsessed with multi-billion-dollar
Staples is today announcing an acquisition of San Mateo-based Runa, a specialist in e-commerce personalization technology — one of a series of recent moves the company has been making to compete better
Wayfair is really good at selling things online. The Boston-based company sold $600 million worth of home décor products last year, and CEO Niraj Shah says that revenues are growing at 40% quarter-over-quarter.
Today's teens have literally never known life without the modern web. Yet they still prefer brick and mortar shopping. By most accounts, the commercial Internet was born in 1995 -- the same year as today's
Amazon is making a move into the online grocery business, offering delivery service to the Los Angeles area as early as this week, according to a Reuters report. Dubbed AmazonFresh, the service could available
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The Internet, has it turned out to be friend or foe of retail? Does it make merchants laugh or cry? Well, we suppose that depends upon the category in which you compete. If you’re a bookshop, you’re probably
On the heels of eBay CEO John Donahoe’s statement at TC Disrupt in April that the company would be using mobile technology to push further into offline commerce, eBay’s Retail Innovation team unveiled