The sports retailer plans to the install the electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag in over 200 stores in Europe after its soft launch reduced theft by up to 75 per cent in stores in the UK and France.
Thousands of smaller Chinese store owners are now using a supply chain app made by Alibaba Group; part of a multi-billion dollar drive to take the e-commerce giant's dominance of online shopping into physical stores.
Amazon.com Inc this week announced a flurry of new machine learning features for its Amazon Web Services cloud computing business, raising its challenge to tech firms for the lead in artificial intelligence.
Amazon.com Inc on Wednesday said members of its shopping club Prime could purchase tickets to an early screening of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” in over 1,000 U.S. cinemas, in its latest move to court subscribers.
Deutsche Post's DHL and Fortigo Freight Services, one of Canada’s largest fleet management companies, said on Tuesday they have pre-ordered Tesla's electric truck unveiled earlier this month to test on limited routes.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney said the fashion industry is “incredibly wasteful and harmful to the environment” as she unveiled a new vision for its future alongside environmental campaigner Ellen MacArthur.
Invista, owner of the Lycra brand, will use the upcoming Kingpins Show in NYC to preview a new technology platform for bi-stretch fabrics and a collaboration with Who What Wear addressing common "denim dilemmas."