Four weeks of anti-government protests that have hit French brick-and-mortar retailers are also taking their toll on online peers during the crucial Christmas shopping season, said France's e-commerce federation, Fevad.
New Yorkers by a wide margin approve of plans for Amazon to build a massive new campus in the city, although they are divided over terms of a multibillion-dollar incentive package used to lure the online retailer.
Walmart's store associates can now place item orders for customers from Walmart.com via app, allowing consumers to order and pay for online items, including those sold out or unavailable on shelves, in store.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would soon have NAFTA terminated, raising fears that trade flows across North America could be disrupted if Congress fails to agree on the new deal before NAFTA expires.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday held out the possibility of an extension of the 90-day trade truce with China but made clear he would revert to tariffs if the two sides could not resolve their differences.
Timberland and Wrangler owner VF is to take over the Axtell Soho building in London next year, its first major London HQ, with the space to become “an important business hub for VF and its portfolio of brands in Europe.”
Visa and Mastercard have offered to cut merchants' charges for non-EU credit and debit cards by at least 40% to end an EU antitrust investigation, part of a long crackdown by the European Commission against such fees.
Global threads giant Coats Group said Tuesday that it has become a strategic investor in Twine Solutions, an Israel-based technology start-up “that has developed a revolutionary digital thread dyeing system.”
Stella McCartney has hit out at the fashion industry in an interview saying that urgent issues are being ignored and that much of the talk around eco issues is part of companies’ marketing rather than being genuine.