Apple, Google and Starbucks have all hit the headlines for not paying substantial amounts of tax.
In an attempt to spur stagnant Japanese consumption, as well as to help to curb long working hours, the Japanese government and Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) have come up with something called Premium Friday.
Drones deliveries can no longer be written off as a PR stunt.
British online supermarket giant Ocado has reported double-digit sales growth in its latest quarter.
Connected homes may be heralded as the new battleground for technology companies but it appears that consumers aren’t on board with the new devices.
One of the big worries for the future is that humans will destroy planet Earth, filling it up with rubbish and greenhouse gases, so that the planet is no longer habitable.
The supermarket industry has seen contactless card payments, self-service checkouts, self-scanners, and mobile payments rip through their stores.
Last night’s 89th Academy Awards demonstrated a shift from the usual celebrations.
Retailers are keen to bring all sorts of interactive gadgets that rely on internet connections to their stores.
The circulation of bitcoin has increased 20 percent since January 2015, with 12.5 bitcoins currently being added to the system every ten minutes.
Adoption of online, in-app, and mobile payments is accelerating and the various players are trying to give the virtual, a real world grounding.
Walking into the lavishly refurbished Apple Store in Regents Street, you’d be given forgiven for thinking you’d wandered into an exhibition space rather than a shop.
Later today Amazon is expected to strong earnings and sales when it unveils fourth-quarter results, buoyed by a record Christmas season.
When Trump’s Muslim travel ban came into force over the weekend, there was outcry from the US tech community.
Facebook is creating an app for television set-top boxes that would work on the likes of Apple TV, according to the Wall Street Journal.
These three things will change the world today.
Last year it seemed there was a continuous expose of retailers mistreating staff.
While retailers will have challenges to firefight through this year and will have already tied up much of their 2017 budgets, there are key areas retailers should be investing in to aid organic growth, secure shopper loyalty and take advantage of advancing technology.
In the world of online retail Amazon doesn’t just stand tall, it is the colossus of the channel, towering above rivals and imitators.