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Op-Ed: Twitter will struggle to master ecommerce, but Facebook may adapt

Social media has been fun...but how much money is in it? Popular sites like Facebook and Twitter are working to capitalize on our screen time, now moving beyond online advertising and into online shopping itself. Will these sites master e-commerce?
In the Media by Calvin Wolf

Helping online shoppers enjoy a safer buying experience Promoted

The convenience of buying online is unquestioned, but safety concerns have arisen due to data breaches and other problems. Here's what you need to know.
Promoted Content by Kay Mathews

Inside the rise of online shopping Promoted

Over the last three decades, the world has seen a major shift in how it shops. As home computers have become more affordable and access to the Internet simplified, more people have discovered the convenience of online shopping.
Promoted Content by Kathleen Creighton

Op-Ed: The push towards online grocery is all the rage right now

It’s not hard to find whatever you need online, from electronics to clothes and furniture and now groceries through some companies.
In the Media by Syra Sharif

Is this the final holiday shopping season as we've known it?

Based on the long lines, maddening crowds, and general human insanity observed in stores across the U.S. last month on Black Friday, consumers clearly still have a passion for finding deals in this post-Thanksgiving retail ritual.
In the Media by Michael Essany - 1 comment

Tight budgets, cautious consumers cause Black Friday slump

Recession-weary shoppers used smartphones and tablet computers to home in on the best deals, but the 2013 Christmas shopping season still got off to a disappointing start, analysts say.
In the Media by Kelly Fetty

44 best Black Friday deals you can get without leaving the house

For some, Black Friday just hasn’t been worth braving the angry crowds to save a few bucks in the past few years. But online retailers open the sales up for even the most crowd-phobic among us. Get your coupon codes, right here.
In the Media by Angela Atkinson - 2 comments

New same-day delivery service released by eBay

Just when you thought online shopping offers it all, a new service is bound to provide the best form of customer satisfaction: same-day delivery.
In the Media by Jenna Cyprus - 2 comments

Op-Ed: First impressions in an e-commerce age

In the 'Age of Amazon' more and more online consumers have high expectations for speedy fulfillment of orders, and quality packaging.
In the Media by Alyssa Sellors

Bricks & Clicks: What you didn’t know about online shoppers Promoted

With email, deal websites, forums, online-only sales, coupons and apps, shopping online has never been easier. Its simplicity might even cause you to wonder about the fate of brick and mortars.
Promoted Content by Adam Rodricks - 1 comment

E-commerce marketplace expanding and becoming more personalized

E-Commerce, or the buying or selling of a product or service via the internet, has no doubt exploded in the last 10 years, but recently there have been even more innovative and personalized online shopping options for consumers.
In the Media by Alyssa Sellors - 1 comment

Chief Justice's credit card theft sparks renewed consumer caution Special

The Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Roberts recently revealed that he was the victim of credit card information theft.
Digital Journal Report by Michael Essany - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Shopping for deals on Cyber Monday

If you avoided Black Friday because of the chaos and waiting in line, then Cyber Monday is your alternative to more great deals.
In the Media by Burton Wiborg - 2 comments

New scanner allows clothing shoppers to measure body dimensions

Online clothing shoppers often have the frustration of not knowing whether or not the clothing they want to buy will fit properly. A new scanning device has been developed that is designed to alleviate that frustration.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Amazon’s convergence drive continues to challenge how we shop

Amazon's latest initiative is forcing bricks and mortar retailers to redefine exactly what is it that makes shopping with them unique.
In the Media by David Amerland - 3 comments

Man complains Adidas shipped package to a bar, not his house

A man wrote in to the Consumerist blog to tell his story about a Christmas purchase he bought from Adidas that had gone missing.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 1 comment

Amazon sued by Kindle case and accessory maker

M-Edge Accessories LLC, a partner of Amazon who manufacturers Kindle cases, has filed a lawsuit against Amazon alleging the online retailer has been "sabotaging" their business.
In the Media by Stephanie Medeiros

Best Buy cancels some online orders right before Christmas

Best Buy has angered customers with an announcement that the company is unable to fill items ordered and has canceled these online purchases days before Christmas.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 1 comment

Newest Amazon phishing scam emerges, holiday shoppers beware

As holiday shopping continues in full swing, scammers have kicked it up a notch and are phishing for information from Amazon.com customers.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 4 comments

Cyber Monday: Sales expected to surge past $1 billion

Shoppers preferring to surf the web for their Christmas gifts are expected to break an online record today, on Cyber Monday. Whether purchasing from their smartphones or computers, retailers are expected to post about $1.2 billion in online sales.
In the Media by Alexandra Christopoulos

Op-Ed: Trying to save money on groceries?

To say that people want to save money any way they can is an obvious statement, but if something comes along that can actually help accomplish that, then perhaps you can indulge me this one time.
In the Media by Jimmy Reilly

Travel firms cut ties with online Christian organization

Six major travel companies have now severed links with a religious organization that helps online shoppers to donate to charities, including antigay groups.
In the Media by Andrew John

Cyber Monday shopping trend set to continue

A recent PriceGrabber.com survey carried out between September 14 and October 6 set out to find how Cyber Monday shopping habits have developed since 2005 when the phrase "Cyber Monday" was first used.
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley - 2 comments

New York Wants Online Retailers To Give Them Their Tax

Hey New Yorkers have you heard about the new way your state is going to tax you? The New York legislature has approved a bill that will require online retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases shipped to the state.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 1 comment

By 2010 there will be 55 million US online shopping households

People have been getting used to buying online since the mid-1990s, and today it has become an integral part of how most folks shop.
In the Media by Bob Norman
 

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A general view of the storage hall at the 70,000 square metre warehouse floor in Amazon's new distribution center in Brieselang, near Berlin
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A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo  who offers sizing in  titch    ski...
A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo, who offers sizing in "titch," "skinny," "fat," and "jumbo," offending North American women everywhere.
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A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo, who offers sizing in "titch," "skinny," "fat," and "jumbo," offending North American women everywhere.
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A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo, who offers sizing in "titch," "skinny," "fat," and "jumbo," offending North American women everywhere.
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A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo  who offers sizing in  titch    ski...
A selection of clothing from the Japanese menswear company Fatyo, who offers sizing in "titch," "skinny," "fat," and "jumbo," offending North American women everywhere.
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