Hucksley features a curated array of products from emerging brands. Each item is offered at a discounted price for a limited amount of time, flash-sale style, and twenty-five percent of every purchase you make goes to a participating charity.
“The salsify plant is a cousin to the dandelion. It is beautiful, low maintenance, and spreads like wildfire — all qualities we think the worlds of product content management, syndication, and distribution need.”
Retention Science is building analytics tools to help retailers under how price sensitive you are — and adjust promotions accordingly.
Fast-moving Fab is on a mission to become a “really massive” global e-commerce company.
Online retailer of home goods Wayfair announced that it has acquired DwellStudio, a lifestyle brand that creates high-end furniture, bedding & bath products, rugs, home decor and accessories, and items for babies and kids.
Research group Forrester and Shop.org released a report today on the state of online retail and how retailers are spending their marketing dollars.
Credit card company American Express and actor Will Smith are apparently sinking $53 million into online retail service The Fancy.
Microsoft announced a $499 price for the Xbox One and a November release window earlier today, and gamers are gobbling it up quickly on Amazon.
Indian home shopping business Homeshop18 has closed a $30 million funding round as it edges closer to an IPO.
Bad customer service? Slow shipping? Lame attitude from a company rep over IM? StellaService knows … and knows how to make bank from it.
Turkey Day is no longer just a day to gorge, give thanks, and watch football. We’re now celebrating our American heritage with our pocketbooks too, using the holiday as an excuse to shop until the tryptophan kicks in.
OrderGroove raises $6.7 million to help brands turn their fickle customers into committed partners.
European online shoe retailer Spartoo raises $32.5 million.
Warby Parker, a New York City-based startup offering stylish-yet-inexpensive glasses, has raised $36.8 million in a new round of funding.
To give retailers a competitive edge, Shopify announced a partnership with ShopStation that promises to cut shipping time anywhere from a half to a third.
Beauty retailer Sephora has just become one of the first retailers to fully integrate with digital pin-board Pinterest by adding a “Pin It” button to every one of its 14,000 products.
Goodsie is a drop dead simple service for setting up a stlylish e-commerce site. Since it launched, says founder and CEO Jonathan Marcus, the service has signed up 1,200 sellers, each paying $15 a month. And it’s growing at 20 percent each month. Today it introduced a suite of premium features: email marketing, real time sales analytics, and mobile optimization.
Editor's Pick You may not have heard of it, but this year a company called Wayfair surpassed Crate & Barrel to become the No. 2 online retailer of home furnishings and housewares in the U.S., based on annual sales. Wayfair carries more than 4.5 million items from 5,000 brands, and it’s still growing.
Fab.com is borderline famous for its design-focused flash sales, and today, it’s launching pop-up shops.
In yet another example of how tablet computing is drastically changing the consumer landscape, online retail store giant Amazon is testing a new website design geared toward tablet users, reports The Next Web.
Shares of Amazon.com were down almost 10 percent in extended trading after the company posted less-than-stellar earnings for its most recent operating quarter.
When I last checked in with Andy Dunn, the CEO of online menswear retailer Bonobos, he was in the middle of raising $2 million from angel investors.
Online retailers racked up a cool $1 billion in sales on Cyber Monday — traditionally the heaviest online holiday shopping day of the year — and sales were up 16 percent from a year ago, according to data from comScore.