Amazon’s latest move and partnership with Realogy shows that the strength of Amazon’s long-term retail hand may not be as strong previously thought.
The latest Amazon Go store in New York City shows that convenience store retail may not be the only thing within Amazon’s sights. Amazon Go could soon change the face of local coffee shops and coworking spaces too, writes Forbes contributor Chris Walton.
3 Reasons Why Prime Day Every Month Would Checkmate The Retail Industry for The Next Century | Forbes
Prime Day could one day be to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos what the nuclear bomb was to Harry S. Truman.
This year Amazon Prime Day is bigger than ever before, but is this only the beginning?
Walmart’s Marc Lore has the media believing his Jetblack initiative is one of the hottest new ideas in retail right now, but a careful examination of Lore’s recent claims shows just how little the public really knows about another one of his innovation programs.
Marc Lore’s Latest Grocery Delivery PR Stunt Arrives As An Edsel Disguised As Sam Walton’s 1979 Pickup Truck | Forbes
Despite Walmart’s recent success, Marc Lore’s innovation trail at Walmart leaves much to be desired, and his recent PR stunt to launch grocery delivery into customers’ homes may be the sell job on which history looks back and laughs the most.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon is doing a masterful job of managing innovation across a wide asset base, and Walmart’s latest experiment in Canada is further proof.
Planet 13, the world’s largest cannabis entertainment concept in Las Vegas, is off to a rocking start and it’s only going to get better from here.
Read the tea leaves carefully because Sam’s Club may be on the brink of retail innovation greatness.
Analyst expectations surrounding Kohl’s have yo-yoed significantly recently, when, in reality, Kohl’s has done little to improve its overall long-term positioning.
The latest news from Rihanna and Kylie Jenner portends a new retail world that will soon send shock waves through the industry.
Lord & Taylor’s recent struggles are not surprising, but the light they shed on Walmart’s digital strategies over the past year sure is, writes Forbes Contributor Chris Walton.
Cash-Accepting Amazon Go Store Shows Amazon Is Smarter Than The Government And Its Competition | Forbes
Amazon Go accepting cash in its first New York store this week highlights three reasons why Amazon is so far out in front of its competition in terms of understanding how checkout-free retail will evolve, writes Forbes Contributor Chris Walton.
Walmart’s latest IRL innovation lab store should not be confused with true store of the future innovation. It is a page from the same incremental playbook legacy bricks-and-mortar retailers have been running for decades, writes Forbes contributor Chris Walton.
Israel may just become the epicenter of retail technology innovation over the next decade, and retailers would be wise to get an early leg up on the potential opportunity, writes former Target Store of the Future VP Chris Walton.