Amazon.com claims to have attracted more than one million customers since launching Amazon Business, its office supplies unit dedicated to commercial accounts. The e-tailing giant reports that it is attracting companies from mom and pops up to Fortune 50 businesses with the venture launched two years ago.
The Loudon County Health Department has identified more than 135 people who reported become ill after visiting a Chipotle in Sterling, VA. Two people have tested positive for norovirus.
McDonald’s comparable sales in the U.S. increased 3.9 percent in the second quarter as the chain used discounted soda and new “signature crafted” sandwiches to drive traffic to its restaurants.
J.C. Penney’s store credit card now works with Apple Pay. Penney’s mobile app will now also include an Apple Pay option.
Michael Kors Holdings will pay $1.2 billion to acquire Jimmy Choo in a deal that analysts see as a means for the company to move into the higher-end luxury fashion market.
You need effective landing pages that convert as much as you need a worthwhile product or service. Without a great landing page, all your brilliant inbound work is generating website traffic for potential future buyers to visit, poke around, and leave. If you don’t want your hard earned web traffic to slip through your fingers […]
I heard one of the most ridiculous statements a couple of months ago from a fellow marketer. He and I were discussing a recent meeting he’d had with the others on his marketing team. They were discussing a new management platform they were trying out, and how it was pretty hard to figure out the […]
Online businesses have been booming in recent years due to the conveniences they offer. If you’re planning to enter this industry, you should bear in mind that an online shop is significantly different from a physical store. Unlike the latter, where location and the establishment itself plays a role in attracting customer, online businesses rely […]
Mall operators are bringing in more entertainment and other experiential businesses with the objective of drawing back more consumers to their facilities.
American consumers say they want goods made in the USA, but their spending habits make clear that they are not willing to pay more to buy domestically produced products. Sixty-nine percent of respondents to a Reuters/Ipsos survey said price is “very important” in their purchasing decisions while only 32 percent said something made in the […]