Amazon.com is tapping the brakes on a decision to drop thousands of vendors from its Vendor Central program, and it is now encouraging suppliers to enroll in its Brand Registry platform, according to a report Tuesday, March 12, by Digiday.
Amazon.com may soon take another step into the grocery store business and, according to a report by the Wall St. Journal, is planning to open “dozens of stores” in several major U.S. cities.
A growing number of consumers shopping for small kitchen appliances are finding what they need at Amazon, according to a recent report from consumer insight firm Edge by Ascential.
Third-party sales at Amazon are growing at a faster rate than first-party sales, according to the company, which in a new report outlined the number of small and medium-sized businesses that topped key sales milestones during 2018.
Amazon Prime has exceeded the 100 million member mark, according to a report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP).
As the 2018 holiday shopping season hits the home stretch, Amazon is extending its free shipping promotion while also expanding its Prime one-day shipping program.
The much-rumored location of Amazon’s HQ2 is now official with Northern Virginia and New York City sharing the spoils.
Days after a published report indicated that Amazon was on the verge of choosing Crystal City, VA, as the home for its second headquarters, news that the e-commerce giant is also looking at a second location has surfaced.
According to a new survey conducted by Clutch, a B2B research, ratings and reviews company, website users believe Amazon.com has the best user experience among top websites, despite the continued popularity of social media sites including Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
Amazon.com is reportedly in “advanced discussions” about choosing the Washington, D.C., suburb of Crystal City as the location for its second headquarters known as HQ2, according to a report in the Washington Post.
Amazon is connecting with nearly 20,000 U.S. small and medium-sized businesses through its new Amazon Storefronts.
Prime Day has become an event, according to market research firm A.T. Kearney, with 63% of Amazon.com customers planning their participation in the promotion four days before its launch, but that doesn’t mean the e-tailer is the only company that benefited from the occasion.