Retail giant Walmart signed a deal to use Microsoft's cloud and artificial intelligence technology on Tuesday, deepening a strategic partnership between two of Amazon’s major rivals.
The potential of finding a bargain online during Amazon Prime Day is also creating a marketing boost for Amazon's competitors, including eBay, Walmart, and Best Buy.
While Walmart has kept a staid approach in Washington, Amazon's efforts have skyrocketed in recent years.
The move is yet another sign that Walmart's ambitions in the Big Apple are centered squarely on Jet.
The shirt, sold by third-party seller Old Glory, has since been removed from Walmart's website.
The company is growing with the online marketplace sellers it serves, expanding its finance offerings to Walmart, Newegg and others.
The home furnishings retailer is losing on price to Amazon and Walmart, but hopes to further establish itself with private label lines.
The effort builds on Walmart's previous investments in its website, including a redesign, and promises more to come.
Asda has been voted the worst of the Big 4 supermarkets in terms of its treatment of suppliers for the second consecutive year. According to the Groceries Code Adjudicator, which surveys 1000 suppliers and trade associations annually to determine which are breaking the code of practice, Asda was once again came behind its big rivals
Bossa Nova Robotics raised an additional $29 million, bringing its total to $70 million after Walmart expanded the technology to more stores.