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Retail e-commerce sales will be up 15 percent this year, and mobile shoppers will drive a hefty portion of that growth, eMarketer says.
The electronics giant's biggest challenge--doubling down on online sales--is a common issue for most conventional retailers. Welcome to the mad e-commerce rush.
U.S. online retail spending reached a record-breaking $43.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010, Comscore reports.
Thanksgiving may be American, but sales in the UK, France, Germany and China show the consumer frenzy is becoming a broader phenomenon.
The e-commerce company misses Wall Street expectations and reports a third-quarter loss of $437 million. More critically, it warns that its fourth-quarter revenue will also disappoint.
The e-commerce site's massive fulfillment network continues to grow as it kicks off its busiest time of year.
The increasing reach of Amazon has brick-and-mortar retailers changing their game plans. The latest is Target, who for the first time is offering free shipping.
Just as holiday orders peak for the e-commerce giant, more than 2,000 distribution center workers strike in Germany.
German union Verdi, which has been battling with Amazon over worker wages, calls for a strike during the busy holiday shopping season.
As consumers buy more from the Internet's largest retailer, it keeps up by outfitting warehouses with robots that work at speeds humans can't.