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Big Interview: Alex Schlagman, Co-founder, Savethehighstreet.org

“There’s a hell of a lot of change, I mean this is the most transformational period in retail full stop.” The death of the high street has been predicted as many times as people have predicted armageddon, but Alex Schlagman is the polar opposite of a doomsday preacher.

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Report: Amazon invests in Indian brick-and-mortar retailer

Regulations in the country favor homegrown and physical retailers; Amazon’s stake allows it to take advantage of both those protections.






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Did Kohl’s make a deal with the devil?

The retailer is carving out space in stores and taking returns for Amazon, a case of holding your enemies close — but what does it mean for each of them?






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Amazon in big restaurant push

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is upping its restaurant delivery program in a move to add some of the nation's best-known chains to its menu.   read more






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Amazon in big restaurant push

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is upping its restaurant delivery program in a move to add some of the nation's best-known chains to its menu.   read more






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Amazon in big restaurant push

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is upping its restaurant delivery program in a move to add some of the nation's best-known chains to its menu.   read more






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Amazon is hiring for shoppable interactive video start-up

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is on the hunt for a team to head up its newest business venture.    read more






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Amazon is hiring for shoppable interactive video start-up

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is on the hunt for a team to head up its newest business venture.    read more






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Amazon is hiring for shoppable interactive video start-up

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Amazon is on the hunt for a team to head up its newest business venture.    read more






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2/3 millennials would rather pay by self-service

More than half of young Britons say they would be happy to pay for goods via machine instead of a person, according to a new survey. A new study from Worldpay has revealed that two thirds of 21 to 34-year olds say they would happily make a payment without any human interaction






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