Twenty years ago, grocery stores had an average of 7,000 items for sale.
Nike announced that as part of the company’s focus on elevating consumer experiences, it will stop selling directly to Amazon.com.
Most brand teams are constantly fighting for investment.
Google is feeling the heat from Instagram and Amazon, so it’s lighting a fire under itself to make shopping seamless from anywhere.
Now that the first quarter of 2019 is over, there’s one company (in particular) that has a few of us confused.
Search results for voice commands need to match what people actually say, instead of what marketers think they’ll say.
Two weeks back, two hearings in Congress were held about a possible forthcoming new federal data privacy law for the United States.
Only fools say “no” to 25,000 to 40,000 good-paying jobs.
There, once again, is the age-old privacy paradox, which predates our digital selves.