China’s largest retailer JD.com has launched a $550 million (£414 million) partnership with Google which will see the former sell products through Google Shipping across the world. Under the new partnership the pair will pool their monumental technological resources to develop the “next generation” of retail solutions
Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health are adding kiosks in some of their stores to make it easier.
Two delivery programs will make it easier for more customers to make their Target runs — whether they shop online or in-store.
Trademark Properties is trying to make it easier for new retail concepts and bricks-to-clicks wannabes to try out the physical retail experiences at its many centers.
Sportswear retailer Puma has warned that growth is likely to be slower throughout the coming year following healthy gains throughout 2017.
JD.com has pledged its support to British businesses, announcing it will commit to selling £2 billion of goods from the UK to its Chinese consumers. Over the next two to three years the online retail giant, which serves over one billion customers across China, will work with the Department of International Trade (DIT) to make it easier for UK companies to sell on its site
Luxury retail giant Kering has announced plans to distribute a majority stake in sportswear brand Puma among shareholders, moving instead to focus on higher margin brands like Gucci and Stella McCartney. Kering plans to keep just a 16 per cent stake in Puma, offloading 70 per cent, as well a 29 per cent stake in Artemis, the holding company with a 40.9 per cent stake in Kering
Deena M. Amato-McCoy For many customers, the ideal digital “store of the future” will streamline payments and make it easier to pick up purchases. read more
“I don't think buying Whole Foods is going to make it easier for Amazon to fulfill its objectives,” the billionaire investor says.