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A collection of news, articles and other featured content about E-Commerce.

FedEx readies for 'Made in U.S.A.' boom in China

Fedex is preparing to open one of its largest facilities in Shanghai to ready itself for a boom in wealthy Chinese consumers buying products online from the U.S.

The Home Depot acquires The Company Store

The Home Depot is growing its online presence and expanding its fulfillment capabilities with a key acquisition.

Amazon is planning to leverage a strong holiday season into even more sales by bringing back Digital Day.

The majority of Americans shopping online this holiday season plan to shop from Amazon, according to CNBC's All-America Economic Survey.

Leading meal kit provider Sun Basket has a few ideas about where food trends are going in 2018.

Chinese e-comm giants Tencent Holdings and JD.com are battling back against rival Alibaba by investing $863 million in apparel platform Vipshop Holdings.

Chinese e-comm giants Tencent Holdings and JD.com are battling back against rival Alibaba by investing $863 million in apparel platform Vipshop Holdings.

Instacart is teaming up with Supervalu to provide grocery delivery for four of its retail banners across the nation.

Walmart has vastly expanded the list of its eligible items for buy online, pick up in-store on the  same-day, just in time for Christmas.

One of the country's leading meal kit providers has a new marketing guru. Chef'd announced that it has named Jemie Sae Koo as as its new Vice President of Marketing.

Amazon will offer last-minute delivery of products ordered as late as Christmas Eve in nine U.S. cities.

Walmart has started selling meal kits on its website, including some under the Takeout Kit and Home Chef brands.

The Ulta Beauty business model continues to offer a master class in how to execute a successful omnichannel strategy.

An ecommerce startup specializing in delivering produce typically deemed too “ugly” to sell by many grocers today has expanded its operations from the West Coast to the Windy City.

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