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New data finds 28 percent increase in fraud for 2019

A new report finds new account fraud increased 27.8 percent worldwide in 2019. This is compared to full-year 2018 results, and more than 100 percent compared to 2014 levels.

Liquor stores in Quebec go on strike -killing wine and pot sales

Montreal - Last month, the union representing employees at the Société des Alcools du Québec authorized 18 days of unannounced sporadic strikes in the province. So unionized employees at SAQ shops walked off the job Friday at 2 p.m. in a surprise strike.

Privacy issues need watching with online pot sales in Canada

Ottawa - People who buy recreational marijuana online after legalization goes into effect in Canada this fall should be able to rely on the Federal government's two privacy laws to protect their online information, but the issue needs to be watched closely.

In Canada, cannabis has huge impact on commercial real estate

Alberta - Back in November 2017, Alberta made the decision to allow private cannabis outlets to spring up across the province. This decision has proved to be a boon for the commercial real estate industry.

Walmart also raises minimum age for firearm purchases to 21

Walmart Inc, the nation's largest retailer, announced on Wednesday it was raising the minimum age for the purchase of firearms and ammunition to 21 from 18. Walmart stopped selling assault-style firearms and accessories in 2015.

Only one-third of online marijuana extracts labeled correctly

A new study has found that only 31 percent of extracts containing cannabidiol (CBD), a relatively, safe non-addictive component of marijuana sold online are correctly labeled.

Reverse logistics becoming crucial to business

Reverse logistics used to be an after-thought in the supply chain system. Past research has concentrated on how to avoid returns but with the advent of online shopping, product returns have skyrocketed. Now the focus is on how to handle returns.

Working to improve online sales, JC Penny will close 130 stores

Dallas - J.C. Penny will be closing 130 to 140 stores over the next few months in an effort to improve its profitability while working to improve online sales figures.

Online recall of Island Soups Co. Inc. soups because of botulism

Island Soups Co. Inc. is recalling six of its soups because federal inspectors found the company does not have sufficient records to show the soups were processed to prevent the growth of Clostridium botulism.

Op-Ed: How major retailers like Amazon increase average order size

It’s been hell for businesses this past year, especially when it comes to getting targeted customers to buy from them. However, Amazon is one company that seems to have mastered the upsell, cross-sell, side-sell and even the surprise sell. See how.

Online retailers transforming marketplace, saving consumers cash

Lakewood - Is it the end of browsing around the bricks-and-mortar store? It may become an antiquated practice now that retailers are establishing a presence on the Internet and online sales are projected to grow each year.

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Some of the items returned by online shoppers ends up at flea markets.
Some of the items returned by online shoppers ends up at flea markets.
Lowe s Home Improvement Center #487 with a Lowe s rental truck on display outside at 1801 Fordham Bo...
Lowe's Home Improvement Center #487 with a Lowe's rental truck on display outside at 1801 Fordham Boulevard in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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