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Retail & Ecommerce

The company suffered worse than expected losses, but new partnerships and tie-ups might help it bolster growth this year.

Price increases hit retailers and consumers hard: As inflation approaches historic highs, retailers have to decide how much of the cost can be passed on without alienating their customer base.

Amazon Fresh is on a rapid growth curve: Grocery is a key element within Amazon’s offline push.

The firm’s processed volume surged 72% YoY thanks to growing ecommerce, a rise in business outside of its home market, and loyal customers.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Lulu Ge, founder and CEO of Elix Healing, a femtech product that offers Chinese herbal supplements for people experiencing menstrual pain.

Stripe will be the first company to enable contactless payments acceptance on merchant customers’ iPhones.

In this Meet the Analyst Webinar, Andrew Lipsman, our principal analyst, will recap the 2021 holiday season and share what he expects will happen in 2022 to help you prepare for what’s to come.

On today's episode, we discuss how concerned everyone should be about Facebook's latest Q4 earnings showing that daily active users were shrinking for the first time ever. Then for "In Other News," we talk about consumers' current feelings about social commerce and the likelihood of social media subscriptions catching on. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Debra Aho Williamson.

Tapping into high-demand sectors lets Amex start a long-term engagement pipeline, grab younger users, and improve competitive positioning.

The Great Resignation is having a significant impact on retail: Retailers are feeling pressure to boost pay and benefits for both corporate workers and store employees.

On this episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands, Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Matt Alexander, co-founder and CEO of Neighborhood Goods, to discuss 2021 growth metrics, how sampling and discovery come to life in a retail environment, and Neighborhood Goods' expansion plans for 2022.

The banks knocked Block and PayPal down to third and fourth place thanks to a stronger digital focus.

Ecommerce sales in Canada will reach $79.80 billion in 2022, up 10.4% year over year (YoY).

Google’s EU antitrust woes multiply: Sweden’s PriceRunner sues Google for skewing search results toward its own shopping service. The move could prompt more legal action from European shopping services.

Cyber Week was the biggest ecommerce week of the US holiday season in 2021, accounting for 23% of the online gross merchandise value (GMV) from that period. The week of December 12 was the second biggest, contributing a much smaller share, with 13% of ecommerce GMV.

On today's episode, we discuss the reasons the metaverse will get held back and why it might not end up being the next version of the internet. Then for "In Other News," we talk about the main reason shoppers abandon their carts and why people buy things on Amazon. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Andrew Lipsman.

PayPal said the accounts were linked to user acquisition campaigns—here’s what our forecasts say about the firm’s user base.

The expansion of Zelle’s bank-backed platform as well as the launch of Chuck may spell trouble for Venmo.

On today's episode, we discuss what the next big augmented reality (AR) experience might be, the Trojan horse of self-service retail, whether podcasting has a "hit" problem, the NFL's 2021 regular season ratings, a possible delivery drone milestone, an unpopular opinion about consumer choice, robot referees, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Oscar Orozco, Peter Vahle, and Blake Droesch.

Amazon lifts the veil over its advertising business: The retailer’s 2021 ad revenues outpaced YouTube’s and are poised for continued growth.