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By host on 10/30/2014 10:54 AM
There are a number of big brick-and-mortar retailers and web-based retailers that have something in common online. Wal-Mart, Macy's, Amazon, Google, eBay, BestBuy, even Barnes & Noble, all are flocking towards same-day delivery. At this juncture in the game, if same-day delivery isn't a part of your retail strategy, retailers know that they are going to be swept away with yesterday's business model.  
By host on 10/22/2014 7:10 AM
In a CNN Money report, Alibaba's co-founder and CEO Jack Ma remarked on the openness of teaming up with Amazon for more online growth. In an interview with Bloomberg News on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Ma stated, "I would be interested in talking because as always, anything, anybody that involves helping small business we will feel excited".
By host on 10/16/2014 7:58 AM
Google Express, the Internet giant’s on-demand delivery service, is moving into more cities and more stores.

The service, which started one year ago, will launch in Chicago, Boston and Washington, D.C., Tuesday, Google announced. Now more than 7 million more people can access the same-day delivery of items as diverse as flowers, cameras, books and bulk toilet paper.
By host on 10/10/2014 7:43 AM
There is no reason why online retailers wouldn't start implementing same-day delivery, as shoppers are up to getting their bag of goodies in an instant. It's been lucrative for retail giants like Amazon, Google, eBay, Wal-Mart, and more to offer the trendy service. With so much innovation in the way the service can drive physical store sales upward, it's no wonder store chains are diving into same-day delivery as well. One large, well-known retailer is not going to sit on the sidelines any longer. Macy's is all in.
By host on 10/2/2014 6:53 AM
There are a few tips an online retailer that is just now jumping into the race of same-day delivery can learn from the big boys. If that retailer really is after competing, that retailer will have to invest its' time, resources, and risk it all to make same-day delivery work. When you face a huge competitor like Amazon, which is aggressively implementing the service nationwide, e-retailers need to have a plan to beat Amazon or they just won't make it. Even at the top, Google is one e-retailer that has its' own strategy to combat Amazon, as online retail sales continue to increase and online business evolves.
By host on 9/18/2014 9:47 AM
City A.M. reported that Uber will be launching same day grocery delivery in Washington DC, seeking to expand its' popular taxi app company. The program will only last a few weeks as a trial and Uber will see how customers respond to the new service. “The more you love it, the more likely it will last", Uber stated in a blog post. It makes sense to test the market and get the data needed to ultimately show if Uber can make it. The Uber Corner Store is the catchy name for it, which will allow shoppers to choose over 100 items for same-day delivery.
By host on 9/10/2014 7:48 AM
It's not what your revenue is, as much as it is how much expenditures you have. This holds true to the recent news about the US Postal Service announcing its' heavy 2nd quarter losses. The mail giant lost $2 billion between April and June of this year. It did well with increasing its' shipping and package business by 6.6 percent compared to last year's numbers. It also expanded its' service to Sunday delivery. However, the out-go was just to much to overcome. There was a $1.5 billion increase in operating expenses as a result of workers compensation payments, which affected it's bottom line.
By host on 9/2/2014 9:00 AM
Amazon has announced the expansion of its' same-day delivery in 6 major US cities. The e-retailer will now be offering the service in New York City, Dallas, Baltimore, Indianapolis, Washington DC and Philadelphia. These cities join Amazon's growing list of cities with same-day delivery, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Phoenix, and Indianapolis. Amazon also will be provided the service to a more larger area in New York City.  
By host on 8/21/2014 8:21 AM
One of the book industry leaders is after not just merger growth, but thriving and making the necessary strategic adjustments to get it done. Barnes and Noble is partnering with Google to roll out same-day delivery in three major cities. Online orders will be delivered by Google Shopping Express into West Los Angeles, Manhattan and the San Francisco peninsula. San Francisco is the birth city for same-day delivery by a number of retailers. Manhattan is one of the cities that Google Shopping Express already offers the service, therefore, it should be a quick implementation for Barnes & Noble there.
By host on 8/15/2014 12:21 PM
Who would have known that the web would change the way we do business, as many projections show nothing but growth for online retailers that implement the right web strategies at the right time. Google, Amazon and others are implementing same-day delivery because they see the web is not slowing down. In fact, a research leader shows that the time is now for US retailers to dive in and make use of the web, because online retail is growing and growing fast.

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