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Americans are shopping more online, with Cyber Monday sales expected to reach $3 billion for the first time this year.
Online artisan retailer Etsy is offering on-demand delivery service called ASAP as the holiday shopping season heats up.
Etsy has been planning its same-day delivery pilot for months. CNBC's Courtney Reagan and Kate Rogers have the details of how the fast shipping window can be possible for Etsy sellers.
Some companies are moving, and profiting, from efforts to prevent the Web browsing experience from being disrupted by advertisements.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on seasonal hiring at retail companies.
Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discusses how budget cuts is impacting sports programs in schools and what his company is doing to try and gap the shortfall. Also, Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO, Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, weigh in on the future of retail.
Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO; Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO; and Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discuss Wal-Mart, consumer spending, the jobs picture and how technology is changing the retail experience.
It's about making an authentic connection, says Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, weighing in on what millennials want from their shopping connection.
Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO; Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO; and Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discuss the changing retail landscape and upcoming holiday shopping season.
Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discusses the changes he sees in the way sporting goods are sold.
Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO, and Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, discuss how the strong U.S. dollar is impacting the retail sector and weigh in on consumer spending projections and e-commerce growth.
Amazon.com has filed suit against hundreds of people it claims are publishing "false, misleading and inauthentic" reviews on its website.
Long known for the website that sells everything, cheap, some of Amazon's biggest moves in recent years have largely been out of sight of shoppers.
During its AWS conference, Amazon took aim at Oracle, which is currently the biggest provider of traditional cloud databases.
Stephon Marbury took to Twitter this week to promote his sneaker brand and criticize basketball great and entrepreneur Michael Jordan.
If Kyle Waring can sell Boston snow, he can sell New England leaves. Cue the start-up.
Amazon Web Services allows data migration from databases to the cloud. CNBC's Jon Fortt has the details.
The online retail giant is launching its most aggressive cloud data analytics software tool to date.
Jet.com, the discount shopping site, will get rid of its $50 annual membership fee to attract more customers. Re/code reports.
Nick Bilton, New York Times, weighs in on Amazon's push into the web services business