eCommerce is set to see a boom year like no other. The companies that have invested smartly in their supply chains will reap the biggest gains from the year's biggest sales event.
The company’s digital-first strategy let it surge beyond rivals Walmart and Kohl’s during the third quarter.
The UK high street mainstay is looking to make permanent cutbacks to address its COVID-19 damages.
The Chinese tech giant boasted eye-popping sales, but the event was overshadowed by looming anti-monopoly regulations.
The share windfall, worth nine times CEO Carl Cowling’s base salary, provoked anger among investors.
The UK-based online grocery retailer is preparing to make new strides in the automation of its business.
The department store company and Waitrose owner now plans to invest in eCommerce and build rental homes.
The furniture giant’s new CEO plans to open a record number of new stores, but with a different format from before.