Bostonians are notorious for their love of locally based coffee chain Dunkin’ Donuts, and now the retailer is making it easier for them to get their daily fix.
Amazon.com Inc. swung from loss to profit and significantly boosted net sales during a first quarter that topped analysts expectations.
Industry veteran Jill Standish, senior managing director of retailer for Accenture Consulting, recently spoke about what she sees as some of the biggest IT-related trends facing the industry.
Retailers who can get consumers to generate social and online content about them have a decided competitive edge.
Amazon.com continues to expand its fulfillment center network along with its fleet of college pickup locations.
Regional grocer Raley’s Supermarkets is upgrading its omnichannel customer experience with an eye toward mobile convenience and personalized service.
Ace Hardware Corp. is best known for selling home improvement merchandise, but also operates a growing grocery channel.
1-800-Flowers.com is partnering with Amazon.com to make the digital ordering process even easier.
More consumers can now order takeout food from Amazon.com, and rest assured they are paying a competitive price.
Barneys New York is employing technology to give shoppers at its new flagship in downtown Manhattan flagship even more personalized attention — and an experience that combines the best of physical and digital retail.