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The company, which went public in March, reported a 36 percent year-over-year increase in both quarterly and total annual revenue.
The startup out of Minneapolis, Minn. has decided to wage war on the old warranty, with more reasonable pricing (typically 70% lower than what the retailer offers) and a much more modern approach to selling and managing the warranty.
Walmart has tapped a veteran of Google, Microsoft and Amazon to lead its growing tech operation around the world.
A fast-growing Manchester-based retail SaaS firm has secured £15 million in funding.
Although Ritual has released a series of other services, its baseline offering is almost indistinguishable from that of Uber Eats’ Pickup.
Soda Says has launched in the United States with a new vertical: women’s sex tech.
Amazon has acquired parts of a global ad tech company to bolster its rapidly growing advertising business.
New technology is one way retailers are working to outpace the competition, with innovations bringing new solutions to market while also spurring improved customer experiences across various touchpoints.
Kurly, a startup that operates a grocery delivery service in Korea, said that it has closed an upsized Series D round that reached a total of $113 million.
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