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Staples Is Launching Its Own Same-Day Delivery Program

Parts of eight U.S. cities will soon have the benefit of Staples orders delivered same-day. Roll-out begins with Manhattan, Dallas, and Boston, and continues with Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles,

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Wal-Mart’s Foray into Grocery Delivery May Be “Puzzling,” but It’s Also Perfectly Timed

No one has the magic formula for grocery delivery. No one has the market cornered. Not one of the major players is even close right now. If there was ever

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What Is BOPIS, How Is It Doing, Where Is It Going? The Experts Chime In

BOPIS stands for Buy Online, Pickup In Store. It’s the latest wave of the omnichannel movement, and it looks like it’s here to stay. So where are we now in the

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Omnia: An Entire Wardrobe in One Versatile Dress

I hate shopping – especially for clothes. And while most women probably can’t identify, judging from the success of a recently launched Kickstarter, I don’t think I’m alone. Omnia, an

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Safely Haul Gear for Fun and Work with the TailGator Truck Bed Extender

I’ve never used a power tool in my life. But, I have attempted to carry a hodgepodge of items in a truck before. It can get messy – and dangerous

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Levitating Plant Base Rotates in Midair

Tillandsia, or air plants, have been getting more and more attention in modern day design. Though one thing we haven’t seen often, or at all really, is levitating air plants.

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Walmart China, Walmart Canada, and Asda Are All Getting New CEOs

Wal-Mart is shaking things up on the executive level. Sean Clarke, CEO of Walmart China, will soon be the new CEO of Asda; Dirk Van De Berghe, CEO of Walmart

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Wal-Mart Will No Longer Accept Visa in Any of Its Canadian Stores

Wal-Mart has only 405 stores in Canada, so a snub even of this magnitude is still doable. There will be confusion, there will be frustration, there may be tears at the

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Amazon Is Coming for Target’s Customers

Amazon is coming for Target’s customers. Basically it already has. According to a recent survey, 2 in 5 Target customers are also members of Amazon Prime. Of the Target customers

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Amazon Wants Echo to Be Able to Sense When You’re Unhappy

According to a recent report, Amazon is looking into adding emotion recognition to Echo’s capabilities. So next time you’re tempted to throw your malfunctioning electronic device against the wall, it just