Have you ever bought things online and then been disappointed, either with the delivery, or the lack of it, the product or the customer service people? Well, if you’ve answered yes to all of these reasons, then you may not be alone. This is a very common problem when you order things you haven’t physically seen or touched.
The UK-based supermarket chain had randomly selected shoppers for promotional rewards that link with an item they had purchased from the supermarket's online store, reports GizmoChina.
Lots of people hate Jeff Bezos because, you know, he is the richest man in the world, but I love the guy because, to begin with, I am a bibliophile and he started this incredible online bookstore where you could buy just about any work you wanted pretty darned cheap.
Back in the 80s and 90s, and before, the equivalent of online shopping was mail shopping, meaning, you’d flip through a catalogue, tear out the form and fill it in with the code number of the item you want, along with a cheque and your postal
Before COVID-19, visits to Greece’s paper-strewn labour offices were an ordeal of queues and case files, often for basic matters that in less than a year have moved online as the pandemic upended old administrative routines.
Economists concerned about slowing productivity have spent the past decade hotly debating the value of free digital services such as Google’s web search and Amazon’s online store. But those online services have proven their worth during
I believe that economists need to do something better with their time than debate about the use of digital and online services such as that of Google and Amazon (“Software might be beginning to show its worth,” Mar. 13, Gulf Today).
Ant Group’s founder Jack Ma will give up control of the Chinese fintech giant in an overhaul that seeks to draw a line under a regulatory crackdown that was triggered soon after its mammoth stock
Europe's cost of living crisis has benefited discount retailers but mid-market names are being squeezed as shoppers watch their spending, executives and analysts at an industry conference said.