Welcome to Top Store

Best Products at Best Prices

0$0.00

No products in the cart.

Tag: facebook

Coronavirus could be catalyst to reinvigorate virtual reality headsets

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., demonstrates an Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset and Oculus Touch controllers as the gives a demonstration during the Oculus Connect 3 event in San Jose, California. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images For the more than 90% of Americans who have been …

Coronavirus could be catalyst to reinvigorate virtual reality headsetsRead More

Nike gets more exercise app users, and it’s driving online sales

Nike‘s stores might be temporarily shut due to COVID-19, but the sportswear giant is getting more people to sweat during stressful times. With many gyms like Equinox shut down, people are turning to its apps, and that is helping boost its e-commerce business.  “During a time of adversity around the globe, we’ve had to adjust …

Nike gets more exercise app users, and it’s driving online salesRead More

Facebook, eBay ban users trading fake reviews after UK CMA warnings

A mousepad with the Facebook logo is seen at Facebook’s new headquarters at Rathbone Place in central London. Daniel Leal-Olivas | AFP via Getty Images Facebook and eBay have removed hundreds of groups and accounts engaged in trading fake reviews, after the U.K. antitrust regulator flagged concerns over them in June. Britain’s Competition and Markets …

Facebook, eBay ban users trading fake reviews after UK CMA warningsRead More

The cultural transformation of the delivery agent, Retail News, ET Retail

Like all self-respecting youngsters in Guwahati, Pranjit Haloi had exciting plans for the New Year’s Eve. The 20-year-old was going for a gig to the city’s popular Lalmati area. But he wasn’t there to join a throng of some 200 headbangers in the audience. He performed on stage, to applause worthy of the new singing …

The cultural transformation of the delivery agent, Retail News, ET RetailRead More

How department stores lost their clout in the beauty industry

Pedestrians pass in front of an Ulta Beauty store in New York. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images In the beauty business, there’s been a changing of the guard over the past decade. Social media has bolstered the success of specialty stores and cultivated a number of billion-dollar upstart beauty brands that are going …

How department stores lost their clout in the beauty industryRead More

Marketers, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi: E-commerce will be a key growth driver for lifestyle brands, Hindi speaking consumers are usually ignored by luxury brands and digitisation is directly impacting the phenomena of Indian-ness, said marketers representing a diversified set of companies across the auto, fashion, durables and lifestyle sectors, at industry event Great Lifestyle Brands hosted by online …

Marketers, Retail News, ET RetailRead More

Ecommerce consumer law may include social media shopping, Retail News, ET Retail

BENGALURU: The government is thinking of regulating products and services sold on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and WhatsApp under the upcoming rules to protect consumers who transact on ecommerce portals. The move comes amid increasing complaints, both on the National Consumer Helpline and other portals that track consumer grievances, about products sold …

Ecommerce consumer law may include social media shopping, Retail News, ET RetailRead More

How Amazon wove itself into the life of an American city, Retail News, ET Retail

By Scott Shane BALTIMORE: Another big Prime Air 767 takes off from Baltimore-Washington International Airport — where Amazon’s shipping last year eclipsed that of FedEx and UPS put together — and wheels above the old industrial city. Below, the online giant seems to touch every niche of the economy, its ubiquity and range breathtaking. To …

How Amazon wove itself into the life of an American city, Retail News, ET RetailRead More

The direct-to-consumer strategy is making a run at Amazon’s throne

As the shopping holiday gets into full swing, direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands are making a run at Amazon‘s ecommerce dominance, thanks in part to an ecosystem of companies powering big brands like Warby Parker, Allbirds and Glossier. It’s creating a flywheel that handles every step of the ecommerce process from shipping to returns and even one-day …

The direct-to-consumer strategy is making a run at Amazon’s throneRead More