An online retailer shares her experience with pandemic burnout and how it's changed the way she thinks about her business.
The U.S. may need an additional 330 million square feet of distribution space by 2025 to handle the expected expansion of online sales.
“I think you've had a lot of pent-up innovation,” says Matt Reynolds, editor of Packaging World.
Across Europe, e-grocery is booming. Companies that successfully pivoted want to hold onto this new slice of business.
The U.S. set higher postage rates last year. E-commerce sellers in China are still scrambling to deal with the change.
Amazon is well positioned to continue serving consumers who want to buy things like groceries and household goods online.
Shops and malls could use a boost, but experts say that's not likely this year.
Seasonal gains in temporary jobs are behind last year's pace.
A federal commission is investigating.