Price matters to the youngest of shoppers, but service quality matters to the older consumer.
The Amazon Fire smartphone is likely in hospice mode, destined for a final market goodbye at some point this year, but Amazon isn’t one to retrench due to a high-profile product failure.
One-hour service via Prime Now is $7.99, two-hour delivery is free.
E-commerce giant already employs more than 3,500 in the state.
A new version of the NPD Group’s market analyzing technology Checkout Tracking is being released specifically for retailers, according to a recent press release.
The 'guide will provide a roadmap' for restaurant owners and operators interested in implementing mobile payments into their business, NRA official says.
Mobile shoppers have different sites for product research and product pricing, and loyalty plays a part in mobile buying.
Sephora is launching a subscription beauty box service and the move is getting applause from industry watchers.
Shoppers buying school supplies at Target.com will get all items sent free with no minimum purchase requirement for next nine days.
Retail payment remains a mix of options as consumers focus on convenience, reveals new study.
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 is reportedly once again expanding its retail footprint, this time with a Silicon Valley-based food selling operation.
New report reveals mobile apps generate almost 50 percent of mobile transactions for some of the biggest e-commerce players.
Girls aren't buying as many toys these days as boys and it's impacting the bottom line for retailers.
Search giant Google not only wants its users to find what they need but buy what they need without leaving its website.