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Walmart wants to make it easier for third-party vendors

A Wal-Mart package is unloaded from a trailer to be sorted at a FedEx ground hub in Hagerstown, Maryland. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Walmart is launching a new service that allows third-party vendors to hire the retailer to store, pack and ship items for customers, a move that could better position the big-box …

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Walmart CEO Doug McMillon wants to crack the code on apparel, home goods

Walmart logo is seen at a store in Mountain View, California, United States on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Yichuan Cao | NurPhoto | Getty Images Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said Tuesday the retailer’s heavy spending on e-commerce has built a thriving online grocery business and touted that it has a strong portfolio of brands and …

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CAIT welcomes US govt’s new policy on e-com counterfeits, wants similar step by India, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi: The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on Sunday welcomed the steps taken by the US to stop supply of counterfeit and pirated goods on e-commerce platforms and wants similar measures by the Indian government also. Under the new policy, published by the Department of Homeland Security of the US Government, the liability …

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One of Amazon’s first employees wants the company to be broken up, here’s why, Retail News, ET Retail

One of Amazon‘s first employees who helped build the company from scratch has come out in favour of breaking the e-commerce behemoth. Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos hired computer programmer Paul Davis in 1994 – his second employee at the company. Davis has told ReCode that Amazon needs to separate from the “Amazon Marketplace” …

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