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Nudge Rewards stated that this capital will help scale its go-to-market capacity and “drive innovation in employee experience management.”
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Amazon will make it easier and more affordable for its third-party sellers to donate their unwanted excess inventory and returns, rather than having the items sent back or destroyed.
Walmart Canada has expanded Instacart same-day online grocery delivery to nearly 200 stores across the country.
Shopify is launching a new chat feature, the e-commerce giant’s first native chat function that allows users to have real-time conversations with customers.
Called the Nike Adventure Club, it allows parents to order shoes for their kids ages 2 to 10 and to pay either $20, $30 or $50 a month to again access to new shoes quarterly, bi-monthly or monthly.
India’s Reliance Jio inks deal with Microsoft to expand Office 365, Azure to more businesses; unveils broadband, blockchain and IoT platforms
India’s Reliance Jio, which has disrupted the local telecom and features phone markets in less than three years of existence, is ready to foray into many more businesses.
Chicago ag-tech startup Hazel Technologies came up with a way to keep produce from spoiling. Meat and seafood are next.
The online flower delivery startup said it will use the funding to expand its next-day delivery service to nationwide customers and invest in their operations and brand tech to make a greater gifting experience.
The four-year-old, Southern California athletic brand Vuori has picked up a $45 million growth equity investment from the investment firm Norwest Venture Partners.
The future of coffee got a jolt Wednesday as Atomo Coffee announced it has secured $2.6 million in seed funding to develop what it calls the world’s first “molecular coffee,” created without beans.
Fitz Frames is launching out of beta to offer affordable, custom-made glasses for families, and in particular, for children.