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The retailer made a big push into 3,300 stores over the last three weeks to get it done in time for the summer, but Walmart Pay is officially available at Walmart Stores nationwide. Transactions with the mobile payment solution are up 45 percent in the last week.

Domino's Pizza revealed this week its customers will be able to order pizzaon Twitter by simply tweeting the pizza emoji to the retailer.

Mobility is still new enough to create a lot of confusion around capabilities, with some claiming it is easy to develop enterprise-level applications that seamlessly run on all platforms and devices while integrating with back-office data. Others will tell you that ROI is difficult to attain.

Mobile devices are everywhere, and the statistics on end-user adoption are staggering. New research ascertains adoption rates in the CG industry.

Sales results for Black Friday and Cyber Monday are in, and aside from signaling growing consumer confidence with record breaking totals, the statistics point to another key consumer trend: Mobile shopping is on the up and up.

Walmarts online sales rose 11.8 percent in the quarter ended July 31, with the U.S. results outperforming other markets. Find out the five Walmart digital initiatives behind its improved e-commerce.

Through Red Qiubo, Grupo Bimbo provides small businesses with the necessary technology to accept digital payments in their operations.

Adam Brotman, Starbucks Coffee Company's Chief Digital Officer, was named CDO Club's 2015 U.S. Chief Digital Officer of the Year. The CDO Club is a community of C-suite digital leaders with over 1,000 members.

Footwear and accessories brand Cole Haan launches Apple Pay allowing customers to make purchases with one touch on the mobile shopping app.

A new licensing arrangement will support the company's mobile initiatives and help it to stay on top of emerging technologies popular with consumers.

Concurrent with the announcement of the business separation plan, the company also announces the appointment of Dan Schulman to be President of PayPal, effective immediately, and CEO-designee of the standalone PayPal company following separation.