Direct, Internet and Catalogue


Direct, Internet and Catalogue

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Yoox Posts Profit Gain for 2011

For the first time, the U.S. became the e-tailer’s largest market last year.

Nordstrom Leads, Penney's Lags in Mobile Survey

BIGinsight study measures mobile fluency of stores' shoppers.

FiftyOne Global Ecommerce Acquires Borderfree

The deal expands FiftyOne’s expertise and resources in Canada, further fortifying its position as the largest global e-commerce provider.

Mobile Commerce on the Rise

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KarmaLoop Inks Distribution Deal With

China's leading online luxury e-tailer is targeting an annual volume of $500 million in 2012 due to the expansion of Western brands on its site.

Net-a-Porter Makes Move Into China

A multiphase launch of company's Web sites will begin next month.

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Australia's Sportsgirl Gets High Tech

The fast-fashion chain is rolling out interactive billboards that allow shoppers to scan items and buy them.

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Online Landscape Evolves With S-Commerce

F-commerce is rapidly giving way to social commerce in general as brands look to maximize the Web's potential.

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New Fit Web Site Goes Live

Clothes Horse, a New York fashion technology firm that is launching a Web site today, uses algorithms to help consumers find the right fit.

Goldman Sachs Makes $24M Investment in Fluid

Funds will be used by the e-commerce platform solutions firm to hire additional staff, to further its research and development goals and for marketing.

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Brands Rush to Tap China's Web Boom

There are arguably two final frontiers for foreign brands seeking to expand their market share in China: smaller cities across the country and the Internet.

E-Commerce Up 16.1%

Web sales near $62 billion, gaining share in fourth quarter.

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