Online consignment marketplace Swap.com is expanding into women’s clothing, shoes and accessories.
Sephora is looking to drive faster digital growth by leveraging a cloud-based prepaid commerce program.
Amazon.com is appealing to early adopters with the launch of a new "store" called Amazon Exclusives.
Old Navy is turning to Yahoo and Tumblr with a new digital campaign directed at Millennials.
Just in time for bikini season, Lands’ End is introducing a new digital tool to solve the most vexing seasonal dilemma for many women: finding the perfect swimsuit.
Deliv, the crowdsourced, same-day delivery service used by many omnichannel retailers, has hired an ex-executive at eBay to be its new product chief.
Neiman Marcus got a boost in the second quarter from its October purchase of mytheresa.com, a German luxury e-retailer.
Retailers could soon be having to find space on the shelf for a new Lay’s chip as the brand continues its third year of crowd-sourced product development.
Staples is expanding its omnichannel capabilities with a new service that hopes to take advantage of small business growth in 2015.
Pricing and launch details about the highly anticipated Apple Watch were released on Monday and calling the device a watch hardly makes sense.