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Why Amazon's HQ2 plans remain 'shrouded in secrecy'

Cities competing to host Amazon's second headquarters are keeping their negotiations with the retailer secret, even from elected officials.

Wayfair goes brick-and-mortar

The e-commerce giant announced that it will be opening its first store early next year.

Home goods retailer, Wayfair, reports a huge increase in sales and an even bigger decrease in profits.

Shipt is expanding its delivery footprint by adding a new retailer to its network. The grocery delivery service announced it will begin same-day delivery from Safeway stores in 13 markets.

Amazon offered few details on Prime Day results in contrast to prior years.

As Prime Day 2018 gets underway, Amazon is poised to reach a new milestone in conversational commerce.

Amazon’s highly anticipated annual shopping event, Prime Day, was bigger than ever this year with extended timing to 36-hours, over one million deals exclusively for Prime members, plus select deals at all U.S.

Target is appealing to Amazon Prime Day shoppers by offering access to special deals that do not require a membership fee.

Meal-kit service Chef’d has shut down and laid off its employees, Business Insider has reported, citing four sources with knowledge of the situation and an internal company e-mail.

Meal planning service eMeals is driving grocery sales, both in-store and online, by providing an alternative to meal kits. According to a recent survey, eMeals, a meal planning service that has sent healthy home-cooked meals to over 1 million families, announced that its integrated online pickup

Amazon is getting ready to expand its home and garden offering yet again via a new partnership.

Amazon is preparing to publish a holiday toy guide to leverage the opportunity left by the demise of Toys R Us. The catalog will be mailed to millions of U.S.

FreshDirect is opening a new campus in New York City to help it ramp up its business to more states.

Shipt is launching in the New York City area, where the competition for retail delivery is at an all time high. 

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