Amazon’s takeover of Whole Foods in August has transformed the US grocery market in a matter of months.
Amazon intends to slash prices of products sold by Whole Foods on Monday, the day it takes control of the upmarket grocer and rival supermarket chains aren’t pleased.
US retailer Walmart is partnering with Google to let shoppers order products via a voice-activated assistant, in an attempt to compete with e-commerce giant Amazon.
Wall Street is getting ready to hear from a number of retail giants this week.
If Walmart is, as has been reported, lining up a bid for discount chain B&M, it would at least signal that it had a clear strategy for Asda, despite the challenges that such a merger would represent.
Walmart, the world’s largest company by revenue, will buy men’s fashion retailer Bonobos for $310m.
With the visibility of supply chains growing ever more opaque in big food, third party certification can provide a valuable tool to reassure people of product safety and authenticity.
Walmart, the world’s largest brick and mortar store, is buying up e-commerce companies to compete with major rival, Amazon.
British online supermarket giant Ocado has reported double-digit sales growth in its latest quarter.
US president Donald Trump’s “America first” policy could derail the retail sector, not just in the US but beyond.
The supermarket industry has seen contactless card payments, self-service checkouts, self-scanners, and mobile payments rip through 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.
In the world of online retail Amazon doesn’t just stand tall, it is the colossus of the channel, towering above rivals and imitators.