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  • LONDON, Aug 18- Online retailer Amazon said it would create 1,500 new jobs in 2017 when it opens a new distribution center in Tilbury, south east England, maintaining its surge of investment in Britain. News of the investment follows Friday's announcement that it will create 500 jobs when it opens a fulfillment center in Doncaster, northern England, next year.

  • BERLIN, Aug 18- Zalando, Europe's biggest pure online fashion retailer, plans to open two new distribution hubs in France and Poland next year, stealing a march on competitors by cutting average delivery times by 1-2 days in an market where prompt dispatch is key. The two new centres located close to Paris and Szczecin will be its only foreign hubs outside of Milan...

  • Stupid acquisition award for WMT/Jet.com: Cohen

    Discussing the current state of retail following recent earnings releases like Target as well as Wal-Mart's acquisition of Jet.com, with Mark Cohen, Director of Retail Studies at Columbia University and Former Sears Canada CEO, and Daniel Binder, Jefferies Retail Analyst.

  • Pinterest launches video ads

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Pinterest stepping up its ad game.

  • TechStyle's data-driven fashion

    Adam Goldenberg, TechStyle CEO, discusses the online fashion retailer's rebrand from JustFab, its membership subscription program and how they work to build brands.

  • Odland: Brick and mortar retailer 'scared to death' by Amazon

    Steve Odland, Committee for Economic Development President & CEO and former Office Depot CEO, discusses the retail picture following recent earnings and the overwhelming influence of Amazon and Internet retail.

  • Reinventing retail malls

    Steve Sadove, former Saks Fifth Avenue CEO, says he expects to see different kinds of uses for malls as more retail sales migrate online, and retailer have to become more innovative to bring back customers.

  • On the heels of gangbusters earnings, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises plans to continue marrying its pizzas with technology, CEO Don Meij said.

  • Retail: Bricks vs. clicks

    Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Daniel Binder, Jefferies & Co. Senior Equity Research Analyst & Managing Director, discuss the health of retailers as malls and online shopping go head to head.

  • Retailers harnessing customer insights

    Tony Florence, New Enterprise Associates General Partner and Jet.com early investor, discusses the consumer data trends for retailers.

  • *2nd- qtr adjusted loss $0.05 vs est $0.15. *Reaffirms full-year forecast of adjusted profit. Department stores have been facing intense competition from online retailers such as Amazon.com Inc and off-price chains such as TJX Cos Inc's T.J.Maxx.

  • *2nd- qtr adjusted loss $0.05 vs est $0.15. *Reaffirms full-year forecast of adjusted profit. Department stores have been facing intense competition from online retailers such as Amazon.com Inc and off-price chains such as TJX Cos Inc's T.J.Maxx.

  • Jack Ma, Alibaba Group

    Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy rating on Alibaba and adds the Chinese e-commerce company to its conviction buy list.

  • *2nd- qtr adjuted loss $0.05 vs est $0.15. *Reaffirms full-year forecast of adjusted profit. Department stores have been facing intense competition from online retailers such as Amazon.com Inc and off-price chains such as TJX Cos Inc's T.J.Maxx.

  • The challenges of selling pre-loved clothes

    Yoanna Hanchard, founder and director of High Fashion Society, talks about setting up a business selling second-hand clothing.

  • Alibaba's Tsai: We are 'killing it' in mobile

    Joseph Tsai, Alibaba Executive Vice Chairman, discusses the e-commerce giant's earnings and dives into Alibaba's growth strategy.

  • Stocks to Watch: August 11, 2016

    Alibaba, Shake Shack and Alphabet are making headlines this morning on Wall Street.

  • Executive Edge: Alibaba earnings

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon provides a preview of Street expectations when Alibaba reports quarterly results before the bell.

  • Alibaba earnings to include new metrics

    A look at what the Street will be watching when Alibaba reports quarterly numbers before the open, with CNBC's Eunice Yoon.

  • China's e-commerce story is changing: Expert

    Winston Chesterfield, research director at Wealth-X, says e-commerce is becoming more prominent in China as it helps authentic brands.