Black Friday may not be what it used to be in the United States, but the tradition has caught on big time across the pond, according to a report by the New York Times.
Huge numbers of shoppers feasted on deals over Thanksgiving weekend, but how and when Americans did so has forever changed, as online activity exceeded store visits.
As the holidays approach, retailers face issues like longer wait times to process EMV-compliant cards, the threat of the newly identified ModPOS malware, and the need to go beyond EMV to fully protect card data.
Just in time for Black Friday, Structube, a leading Canadian retailer of modern furniture, has launched its e-commerce site in the United States.
Retailers looking to maximize online revenues should utilize one specific digital promotional solution to create a sense of pleasure.
Online retailer Jet.com has secured an additional $350 million in funding and joined the ranks of startup unicorns whose valuation exceeds $1 billion.
Click and collect, or customers ordering goods online for retailers to assemble for in-store pickup, is a practice retailers should consider this holiday season.
While most large retailers now offer omnichannel return capabilities, the experience may leave something to be desired.
Online spending this holiday season is shaping up to be downright joyful for retailers.