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E-commerce giants such as Alibaba and Pinduoduo are increasing efforts to help rural farmers and merchants sell their products online. China has made eradicating poverty an important goal to be achieved by the end of 2020.
If Amazon.com Inc’s botched expansion in New York City offers a cautionary tale, Google is showing there’s another way.
iRobot Corp, maker of the disc-shaped Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, said it’s working on a household helper that will have arms that could load dishes, pick up clothes, or bring food from kitchen to table.
Here are four products for your furry friend that are on display at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
In the fast-evolving world of portable computers, this year will be remembered as one that was especially rich in innovation, with certain manufacturers bringing out models that have set new trends.
Shortly after being named Amazon.com Inc’s global logistics chief in 2013, Dave Clark held a conference call with his new reports. During the meet-and-greet, according to a person on the call, Clark described his early-career habit of lurking in the shadows of Amazon warehouses and scoping out slackers he could fire, which earned him the nickname The Sniper.
Jaime Webb loves buying clothes online. And returning clothes she buys online.
You almost have to wonder if Amazon.com Inc is baiting antitrust regulators.
Amazon.com Inc is temporarily blocking third-party sellers from using FedEx Corp's ground delivery network to handle Prime shipments as it strives to hit accelerated delivery deadlines this holiday season.
On-time delivery rates fell for Amazon.com Inc van drivers during the week ended Dec 7, when the world's top online retailer was slammed with record Cyber Monday orders and regional winter storms, consulting firm ShipMatrix said on Dec 11.