Now in its fifth year, the 2019 edition of Amazon Prime Day is off to a hot start. Small and medium-sized sellers had their most successful 24-hour selling period in company history, according to Amazon.
Prime Day 2019 will run for 48 total hours beginning on July 15 through July 16. Amazon is offering up to one million deals for Prime members, but they're going up against an estimated 250 competitors that plan to host discount days of their own.
Amazon will be expanding its Hub Counter, free in-store pickup option to 100+ Rite Aid stores across the US by the end of 2019.
Stewart Filmscreen rolled out a refreshed website this week that's intended to improve the home theater screen shopping experience for the consumer—with a few added benefits for dealers tucked in there as well.
Circuit City will return to the race track with a newly announced partnership with H2 Motorsports. The online-based retailer will be the primary sponsor for the team's number-28 Toyota Supra in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
The Scout autonomous delivery robot from Amazon is a cool piece of retail tech, but it's not even close to some of the others we've seen and has us searching for a lot of answers.
There's apparently no denying the fact that the millennial shopper today has a certain soft spot in their heart for Amazon and it's ecommerce platform.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow states to tax online vendors whether they maintain a physical presence in their state or not, new sales tax laws have gone into effect in 10 more states.