2017-11-15 08:14:00 The deal with Nike is part of Amazon’s broader push to woo major brands and to make more items Prime-eligible.

Nike Inc.’s decision to begin selling some items on Amazon.com will almost immediately limit Amazon Marketplace sellers’ ability to sell certain Nike items. But the bigger story may be that as Amazon.com Inc. forges more deals with major brands it will undermine the business of retailers that sell those brands’ products, whether online or offline.

2017-11-16 08:19:00 Ingenico ePayments Partners with French FinTech Company SlimPay on SEPA Direct Debit

Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group, today announced that it has teamed up with French recurring payments specialist Slimpay to support a SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) solution the company is...

2017-11-16 08:27:22 Amazon Business grabs more than a fifth of clients’ business purchases

The B2B portal of Amazon.com accounted for 23% of business supplies purchases last year by companies that purchased from Amazon Business, according to a survey of 400 U.S. companies by research firm Martin Wilde Associates and Office Products International.

2017-11-16 08:52:00 Europe’s biggest E-Logistics marketplace and ‘Davos for logistics in e-commerce’

The 2nd edition of the invite-only and carbon neutral DELIVER series takes place in Berlin (Funkhaus) on June 27th & 28th 2017.

2017-11-16 09:16:00 Ikea products are now available on Amazon

Only one week after Ikea announced it has plans to sell its products through third-party websites, the Swedish retailer is now offering select Ikea products through Amazon. Thousands of products are available in all countries where Amazon has a dedicated online store.



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