Walmart is flexing its muscles in the battle for online dominance.
The world’s largest online store announced on Tuesday that it would split its headquarters between New York's Long Island City and Virginia’s Arlington.
Black Friday deals at the world’s largest online retailer will start this Friday.
Walmart, the world's biggest retailer, said Thursday its third-quarter adjusted earnings per share (EPS) beat Wall Street expectations but revenue was a miss.
The Queens neighborhood qualifies as a federal “opportunity zone”.
Amazon claims that its Long Island City campus will create $10 billion in incremental tax income over the next 20 years.
These cities offered Amazon billions of dollars in tax breaks.
Amazon also announced the site for its new East Coast operations hub.
Amazon will reportedly split its new headquarters between sites in Virginia and New York.
Singles' Day outstrips the sales of Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Amazon will ship and sell Apple’s iPhone XR and XS, the newest editions of the popular smartphone, among other products.
United National Consumer Suppliers CEO Brett Rose on the state of the retail sector as the holiday shopping season heats up.
Constellation Research principal analyst Ray Wang on the high expectations for Alibaba's Singles Day.
Physical retail stores are boosting outreach online.
The pop-up stores will open gradually at Macy’s stores in nine cities starting this week through early February.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, e-commerce giant Amazon may split its second headquarters between two cities.
The change applies to non-Prime members.
The change applies signals how much ecommerce competition is heating up.
The e-commerce giant will make its decision before the end of the year.
The company will also advocate for an increase in the federal minimum wage.