Retail & Ecommerce

Over the past two years, retail ecommerce in Latin America has experienced unprecedented growth. Now, although people are returning to physical stores, consumers have fully embraced buying online, paving the way for long-term growth in the region.

The instant grocery delivery market is headed toward consolidation: The extremely high cost of 15-minute delivery in the US has startups built on the promise pivoting to longer delivery times and other services.

China deems personalized recommendations discriminatory and harmful to user well-being: The new law could discourage users from spending time—and money—on retail and social media platforms.

Best Buy hops on retail ad network bandwagon: The electronics company is the latest of many to leverage its valuable consumer purchase data to form its own media company.

OPI and Xbox release nail polishes that unlock video game content: It’s another sign that brands are waking up to the fact that female consumers actually play video games.

ACH payments rose as card payments made a surprising drop, and consumers tried out new payment types.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Sally Bergesen, founder and CEO of Oiselle, a women’s running apparel brand that was started to create better performing athleticwear for professional and everyday runners.

Walmart Inc. generated $20.38 billion in US click-and-collect sales in 2021.

Gain a better understanding of the operational and brand-building tactics commonly deployed on Amazon

Amazon is the retailer of choice for engaged couples: The ecommerce giant extends its influence into wedding registries, beating out former favorites like Bed Bath & Beyond.

African fintechs raised nearly $3 billion in 2021—here’s how it’ll fuel the next wave of innovation on the continent.