Amazon shares tumble after weak Christmas trading outlook
Amazon has slowed warehouse openings and refrained from filling some open positions. It announced it would shut down its...
Apple to cut working hours for retail staff, Microsoft open to unionisation
Last week, the iPhone maker told Reuters it will raise pay for its US employees to $22 per hour or more.
Microsoft to shut down LinkedIn in China
LinkedIn is the only major US-owned social network operating in the country, where the government requires such platform...
How Myntra, Zozotown and other leading Asian retailers pivoted during Covid
While some retailers have struggled with the accelerated shift to e-commerce, others are embracing entirely new mediums ...
Apple commits to reach carbon neutrality by 2030
Tech firm will remove 75 per cent of total footprint, and offset remaining 25 per cent, within ten years.
Chatbots aren’t going away any time real soon, suggests new research
Much-maligned chatbots are not about to go away anytime real soon, suggests new research.
Chatbots still have their place, says Microsoft
The early generation of chatbots may have had their day - but the concept is not yet dead, says a senior Microsoft execu...
Ignoring AI in retail will cost market share and sales, warns expert
AI in retail has grown beyond a mysterious buzzword to a tool for revolution in retail - but adoption rates are lagging...
Giant JD E-space store to open on Singles Day in Chongqing
A 50,000sqm JD E-Space experience store opens on Singles Day in Chongqing, JD’s largest store yet.
Harvey Norman first to launch Microsoft Synchronized Shopping software
Harvey Norman has become the world’s first retailer to launch a new AI-powered retail software concept the Microsoft Syn...