Staples named former Walmart.com CEO Raul Vasquez has been nominated to serve on its the board of directors.
Fujifilm North America has earned Walmart's "Vendor of the Year" award for its photo-finishing services in the mass-merchandise retailer's stores, Fujifilm said.
Amazon.com went back to its roots as bookseller last week with the announcement that it would acquire social site Goodreads, an online book recommendation community that has more than 16 millions around the globe.
GameStop reported that total global sales for the fourth quarter of 2012 were $3.56 billion compared with $3.58 billion in the prior year quarter.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products launched an e-commerce initiative involving brand specific shops for some of its most popular properties.
Best Buy founder, Richard Schulze, is returning to Best Buy as its chairman Emeritus.
Barnes & Noble announced that it will soon offer in-app purchaising via its Nook products through a partnership with industry-leading mobile payment provider Fortumo.
Barnes & Noble is giving away a free Nook Simple Touch e-reader, which retails for $79, to any customer who buys its high-definition Nook HD+ tablet between March 24 and March 31.
More than half of consumers believe that apps are not expensive, according to a new survey by consulting firm Simon-Kucher & Partners.
Samsung Electronics America announced that its 2013 TVs will begin shipping this month in the United States, beginning with the LED 8000-series and the Plasma 8500-series.