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Editor's picks

  • Ford Autolivery

    Ford envisions a future of autonomous vehicles and drones delivery


    Ford unveiled its ‘Autolivery’ concept for autonomous drone deliveries at Mobile World Congress (MWC). 

  • AR study
    Consumers increasling influenced by augmented reality


    New research from experimental marketing company Interactions indicates consumers react favorably to the presence of augmented reality (AR), both in-store and online. 

  • FinTech GEFFin-Tech and e-commerce: The next step in customer convenience and security? 

     

    The rapid rise and equally rapid evolution of online and mobile commerce gives rise to Financial Technology and a wave of new payment methods. 

PYMNTS’ 2016 Roundup: Retail Edition

There’s no doubt about it. This year has been big for retail — big on change, innovation and some surprises along the way. EMV changed the payments game in the U.S. Consumers flocked to online and mobile commerce, robots rose in food and consumer goods, and brick-and-mortar stayed relevant with retail experimentation — pop–ups, flash sales, store-in-store and showrooms.

Published by: Pymnts.com
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If the innovation fits

Today’s consumer demands a high degree of convenience, service and efficiency when shopping, and technology is making it all possible.

Published by: NRF
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Looking back on 2016: A landmark year

As 2016 draws to a close, Ecommerce Europe can look back on a successful and busy year, in which its lobbying- and advocacy efforts have been expanded even further. We have been active in our core mission of working to break down barriers to e-commerce at the local, national and cross-border level.

Published by: Ecommerce Europe
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Why mobile payments are taking off in china

When it comes to mobile payments adoption, Chinese consumers are taking the lead. And, that says Sy Choudhury, senior director of product management for Qualcomm, can teach the world a lot about how to use mPOS technology to get a mobile leg up.

Published by: Pymnts
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From $15.5 billion to $5.5 billion: It’s the year of devaluations but Flipkart’s not losing sleep

India’s most valued internet company has been devalued—yet again. In one of the most drastic markdowns for Flipkart so far, one of its investors, a mutual fund managed by Morgan Stanley, slashed the Bengaluru-based e-commerce major’s value to just $5.54 billion (Rs38,030 crore). At its peak in May 2015, Flipkart was valued at $15.5 billion.

Published by: Quartz
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