April 20, 2020Via: Inc.
Last week, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson posted an open letter to all US employees, detailing his company’s strategy for the following months in response to the ongoing pandemic, Covid-19. “Words cannot capture the immense pride and gratitude I have for […]
March 19, 2020Via: Marketing Land
Pundits are already speculating about the post-coronavirus culture and economy. Among the lasting, potential changes are more diversified supply chains, the mainstreaming of online education, more companies embracing work from home, stricter hygiene rules for restaurants and hotels (that survive) […]
January 22, 2020Via: Forbes
In November 2019, Nike announced it would stop selling its products on Amazon as a first-party vendor, putting an official end to a pilot program originally designed in 2017. The plan had Nike serving as a direct wholesaler to Amazon […]
December 2, 2019Via: Inc.
If you ask most people operating in the real estate market, they’d tell you that retail is at risk. The latest data shows commercial real estate retail deals are slumping due to Amazon fundamentally changing the retail industry and pushing […]
September 11, 2019Via: Inc.
Right now, Apple TV+ is mostly an interesting idea. And to be honest, it’s only interesting because it’s Apple. It’s hard to imagine that anyone is begging for one more streaming service to sign up for, but Apple has proven […]
August 22, 2019Via: Inc.
Today, Amazon announced that it is investing $15 billion on tools this year to help small businesses sell more of their products through Amazon’s platform. The move is a clear message that Amazon wants to own the marketplace for small […]
August 15, 2019Via: Inc.
When most of us think about Target and birthdays, it’s the place you go to find stuff to wrap up and give as a gift. For one five-year-old, however, it wasn’t about the gifts. According to Lesley Hauler of Good […]
July 11, 2019Via: Inc.
A new report from the ad agency Merkle shows that as Amazon approaches Prime Day, it’s using an interesting strategy to grow its own advertising business: it’s buying ads on Google. It might seem counter-intuitive to pay another company for […]
June 12, 2019Via: Entrepreneur
The love for sports is global, but the ability that the National Basketball Association has shown in growing into such a global force cannot be attributed solely to the fact that people love the sport. It has a lot more […]
May 9, 2019Via: Small Business Trends
McDonald’s entered a partnership Wednesday with the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to fill its need for morning workers and expand diversity. The fast-food chain aims to attract older Americans who can fill employment gaps at the company. AARP […]