Snack food revenues are driven by impulse buying. New, sensor-laden store shelves promise to take advantage.
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The social network seeks to steal PayPal's thunder by allowing the use of its login credentials to speed online and mobile purchases. Yowza.
The young startup continues to upend the traditional way businesses accept payment for goods.
The acquisition gives SAP an e-commerce platform that works on-premise or in the cloud.
Internet retail transactions have long escaped taxation in the U.S. A new bill aims to plug the leak.
Buy one "Nook Book," get one free -- but only in brick-and-mortar stores. Can you smell the desperation?
E-commerce was supposed to make global retail more accessible, but that value is often lost in monetary translation.