E-commerce giant already employs more than 3,500 in the state.
Alibaba is expanding its retail reach in one large move at one large cost.
Shoppers buying school supplies at Target.com will get all items sent free with no minimum purchase requirement for next nine days.
While the NRF's initial sales expectations aren't what they were back in February there is still a big bright spot ahead for retailers in the second half of 2015.
Amazon Home Services is expanding nationwide in terms of providers and services, as it begins moving into 15 metro areas including Atlanta, Boston, Miami and San Diego.
Toys “R” Us is moving its ecommerce operations in-house and developing a new online shopping platform.
It's been 20 years since Amazon.com opened its doors and the e-tailer is using the big occasion to promote its top-tier membership service and one of its latest Prime consumer services.
More consumers are jumping online to buy groceries these day, with a 29 percent increase in total online grocery shopping in the past year.
Drones in retail delivery could be a reality within the next year as the Federal Aviation Administration is finalizing rules regarding unmanned drone operations by businesses.
Jeweler partners with Tryzens to upgrade e-commerce platform using Magento Enterprise to support growth plans.
Store-Sync is designed to drive e-commerce and in-store sales by providing a seamless experience for shoppers who use both digital and traditional channels.
Starting in Manhattan, Amazon Prime Now will deliver groceries and more from D’Agostino, Gourmet Garage and Billy’s Bakery.
Built to combat the rising trend of fraud in e-commerce, vGuaranteed is a "revenue-generating payment solution for digital goods, services and subscriptions."
GS1 US Simple Product Listing is designed to help ensure that products are accurately represented across sales channels and are discoverable by search engines.
The FAO Schwarz toy store in midtown Manhattan will close July 15 due to rising rent.