Travis Kalanick has quit as CEO of Uber, an enforced decision that is the result of the firm’s toxic culture. It’s time for the firm to grow up and fast.
Amazon’s takeover of Whole Foods is only the start of something bigger. For established online grocery firms like Ocado, this is a good news/bad news situation.
The UK bakery chain has announced a major milestone in its SAP roll-out, with 1,500 stores now live on SAP IS-Retail and 16,000 in-store staff trained to use a new interface.
Amazon just made a knock out bid for Whole Foods. This has the potential to fundamentally change the retail landscape. Both benefit from modern technology.
Two years ago JC Penney was an omni-channel non-starter, but all that’s changing, says CEO Marvin Ellison.
Retail institution Hudson’s Bay Company has origins dating back to 1670, but in 2017 it’s having to pivot to digital to secure a future.
Marc Lore is one of the e-commerce assets that Walmart secured when it purchased jet.com. Lore sees a future for omni-channel retail that includes virtual reality and using store associates as delivery mechanisms.
Lands End’s new CEO has been in situ for three months now and has a clearer idea of where the company needs to go to achieve its omni-channel goals.
In the first of a two part look at the digital payments market, Visa CEO Alfred Kelly paints a picture of a future built around increased security, higher e-commerce conversion and a wider partner ecosystem.
Rumor has it that A&F is about to be taken over by a rival after several years of decline. But in the meantime, CEO Fran Horowitz is still talking omni-channel customer-centricity.