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Report: Most companies are failing at digitization

Four out of five companies globally have made investments in technology to change business models and drive revenue but only a fraction have achieved topline growth as a result, according to a new report.

Harris Teeter offers grocery shopping 3.0

Harris Teeter is leveraging technology to drive sales growth by completely revamping the grocery store shopping experience.

Walmart is accelerating sales growth on the strength of key e-commerce initiatives such as Grocery Pickup, which the retailer has now expanded to 900 stores.

​​​​​​​While U.S. retailers refine their click and collect strategies, delivering an omnichannel experience in other parts of the world can look very different.

Amazon doesn’t make money the way other retailers do and that’s why it is a worsening competitive nightmare for so many companies.

Sephora is planning its "smallest footprint" in the U.S. yet with the launch of 2,000 foot freestanding studio stores.

For the first time ever, Amazon's big day of specials and deals includes groceries. 

Brian Cornell explains the reasoning behind the company's new short-term strategy, and offers thoughts on shopping trends and the Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods.

Walmart has opened another massive fulfillment center, this time in Davenport, Fla., as part of the retailer's major e-commerce push.

The company has filed for a trademark for a service that touts, "We do the prep. You be the chef," and is already selling kits to select customers in the U.S.

Amazon has launched Spark, a shoppable feed of stories and photos aimed at Prime members -- for now. 

Citigroup is expanding its payments partnership with PayPal to allow its card members to use their ThankYou rewards points for purchases at PayPal checkout in the U.S.

Walmart has unveiled new shopper tools designed to leverage the retailer's second-busiest season of the year.

Two CPG startups with unconventional business models show why retailers and big brands have more to worry about than Amazon and Lidl.

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