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The acquisition would further expand Accenture Interactive's customer experience capabilities.

Alibaba logo

The China-based global marketplace operator will invest $15 billion in research and development over the next three years.

With speed to market more critical than ever, IT executives should find vendor "partners" willing to invest and grow the business together.

Kohl's storefront

Starting in October, shoppers will be able to return Amazon purchases at 82 Kohl’s stores.

Plated acquired by Albertsons

The traditional grocer adds a new-age meal-kit company with leading technology and data capabilities as it continues to adapt to a changing marketplace.

The deal is designed to facilitate sales by integrating Acenda's seller universe with Walmart's massive customer base.

Formex AR simulation

Formex Swiss Watches this month released a mobile app that lets consumers try on its products using their smartphones.

Amazon Instant Pickup

Instant Pickup lets Prime members order and receive items at select locations in two minutes or less.

Acquiring technology company Grand Junction will expand the retailer's e-commerce fulfillment capabilities — including same-day delivery.

Mihir Kittur, Chief Commercial Officer, Ugam

Given that Amazon is extremely shopper-focused and has shown tremendous resilience in placing big bets, consumer goods manufacturers don’t have a choice.

Wilson Sporting Goods introduced an online platform that lets tennis players design their own rackets.

Sam’s Club is working with Novartis Pharmaceuticals and Valeant Pharmaceuticals to promote its contact lens delivery program in stores.

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