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This Week in eCommerce Text Version:
The “Buy” button, currently in its testing phase, can be embedded in tweets and will allow users to purchase products with a few clicks.
The Chinese eCommerce giant made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange with the biggest IPO in US history, raising 24.4 billion $.
The lemon cult soda from the ‘90s will be available only on Amazon. This is the first time Coca-Cola sells its products solely online.
From browsing to buying with a few clicks, customers can use their Amazon accounts, without having to set up new ones on third party sites.
The American international direct selling company in beauty and personal care items is focusing on its Army of Ladies to save the US business.
Travelers using Birmingham Airport are now able to pick-up their Amazon orders. The dedicated service will be operating 24 hours a day.
This year, five lucky store owners that win the competition will be sent to Necker Island for a five-day mentorship adventure.
Greece based, the B2B trading portal & social network aims to draw new lines when it comes to helping buyers and suppliers find each other.
Adding to the few existing eCommerce sites that sell cannabis products, Green Cures & Botanical Distribution launched Allcbd.com.
Shopzilla, the company that provides marketing services to eCommerce merchants, will rebrand to Connexity.
The ads are no longer US exclusive. Google has made local inventory ads available in 5 new countries: Australia, Japan, UK, France & Germany.
Zara fashion products will be available in October in the official Tmall store, one of the most fast growing business of Alibaba.