Previously only available by invitation, Amazon has released its new fashion initiative to all of its Prime members in the US.
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In a landmark ruling, the US Supreme Court has voted in favour of South Dakota enforcing sales taxes on online purchases, causing share prices of Amazon, eBay and Etsy to fall.
ASOS’ updated corporate policy has revealed that it will stop selling products that contain animal by-products, with mohair, silk, cashmere, and feathers among the main materials being banned from its product range.
Only weeks before Amazon Prime hit Australian shores, eBay launched its own competitively priced membership, eBay Plus. Now, eBay is taking its second strike against the e-commerce giant with its first members-only sale.
At the recent SMX Advanced in Seattle, Google announced a host of new advertising features that are set to benefit retailers advertising on the platform.
InStitchu recently announced the acquisition of its biggest competitor, George & King, as it take steps towards implementing its multi-brand growth strategy.
Cue recently unveiled its new mobile shopping feature, ‘Style Finder’. Now, in an interview with Power Retail, the company’s Chief Information Officer, Shane Lenton reveals insider details on the development process.
E-commerce platform, Quicksales.com.au is quietly sinking into oblivion, with its tiny website pop-up announcing its closure the only sign that the rarely visited site will cease to operate by the end of July.
Amazon has announced the release of its latest fulfilment service, Hub by Amazon, which is designed to bring “convenience and consistency to the delivery experience” in apartment communities.
It’s been 12-months since Catch of the Day rebranded as Catch Marketplace. To celebrate, the e-commerce giant is holding a VIP sale that’s expected to rival the likes of Amazon’s EOFY sale.