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As chief commercial officer, Johnson will be developing the company’s partnerships, market expansion, and product management.
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The so-called “Shipping with Amazon” program will be an end-to-end shipping solution, with pickups from businesses and shipments made to consumers.
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Walmart has acquired a small virtual reality shop, called Spatialand, to be the centerpiece of VR efforts that the company hopes will someday transform the shopping experience across the company’s different websites and stores.
At launch, Deliv Rx, as the service is being called, will power same-day delivery of prescriptions for select Walgreens, as well as Kay Pharmacy, Phil, Phox Health, and others.
Singapore’s foodtech startup Grain raises pre-Series B funding from Majuven, others after clocking 330 per cent growth (E27)
Grain’s meal boxes are focused on individuals and small groups while its buffets cater to corporate offices and events.
The news comes just over a month after Rubikloud, which helps retailers migrate legacy data onto the cloud, raised a $46 million Series B from Intel, iNovia Capital, and OTEAF.
Vogue and GQ are working with Amazon to insert fashion recommendations into the companion app for Echo Look users, some of which will be shoppable.