Direct, Internet and Catalogue


Direct, Internet and Catalogue

Page 6 of 88 Entering Sportswear

In September, the Italian e-tailer will launch a new shopping area dedicated to activewear for women, men and children.

Target Hires Three Senior Tech Execs

The senior-level hires will be responsible for leading teams across information technology, e-commerce and digital products.

Stuart Weitzman Making Push Into Asia, Boosting Global E-commerce

To oversee that growth, the footwear brand has brought on its first chief global digital and e-commerce officer, Monica Schwartz.

The RealReal Launches RealBook App

The app allows consumers and consignors to calculate the resale value of products.

Moody's: Stores Still Needed as Online Traffic Grows

Online apparel sales are expected to rise 16 percent by 2016.

Adidas Lifts Ban on Sales Via eBay, Other Online Sites

Adidas said on Tuesday it had made the change because the functionality of e-commerce distribution channels had improved as the market had evolved.

Adrianne Shapira Joins Gilt's Board

David Yurman cfo and former Goldman Sachs takes on another role.

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E-commerce, Social Brands Seen as 'Patriotic'

Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook and eBay now viewed as among most patriotic U.S. brands.

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The Digitally Minded Nordstrom

The Seattle-based department store has been on the digital cutting edge for years.

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Nordstrom Taps Tech, Brings Wanelo In-store

The buzzy social shopping site is stepping into the physical world with the help of Nordstrom, which is rolling out wall displays to 107 stores.

Alipay Links With Global Blue

Customers will be able to receive refunds directly in their Alipay accounts starting July 8 at 5,000 Global Blue retail partners.

Asos Resumes Trading After Warehouse Fire

The online retailer said 20 percent of the stock held at its warehouse in Barnsley, northern England, was compromised.

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