Mobile commerce is getting a lot of attention, but may not play much of a role in the 2015 holiday shopping season.
Two new offerings from Pinterest make the visually-oriented social media platform even more accessible for e-commerce.
The Oct. 1 EMV deadline has come and gone, but for some merchants, the technical headache still remains, and continues to interfere with Q4 planning.
Establishing an Internet of Things (IoT) technology strategy may not be easy, but can offer substantial rewards to retailers who overcome the inevitable challenges.
More than 100 senior retail executives are already confirmed as speakers for a first-of-its-kind event called Shoptalk that will be held next May with a focus on next generation commerce.
Chief marketing officers at leading U.S. retailers are forecasting a 4.2% increase in overall holiday store sales, according to the 10th Annual BDO USA survey.
Mega deals worth more than $1 billion drove the U.S. retail and consumer sector’s strong third quarter, according to PwC’s U.S. quarterly R&C Deals Insights report.
More and more sporting goods retailers are using mobile and social technology to create an immersive and interactive customer experience. The latest development comes from Dick's Sporting Goods.
Amazon’s first permanent physical store has opened in its hometown of Seattle and guess what? It looks lot like the bookstores whose demise it facilitated.
It’s not your imagination – a lot of new players are entering the mobile payment market.