A new umbrella organization of small business groups is campaigning for the separation of Amazon’s own retail business from its third-party marketplace.
The top 1,000 eBay sellers worldwide, updated for 2021, including country lists for the US, UK, China, Germany and Australia.
Amazon is on the ropes for a change, when it comes to one area of ecommerce: independent webstores where retailers have full control of their brand.
New research has found that online marketplaces account for 62% of global online retail sales, and they are growing faster than the rest of ecommerce.
Ecommerce in the Middle East is something of a paradox. Internet use is high and consumers have money to spend, but the ecosystem lags behind.
One Amazon seller spent $200,000 to recover withheld funds and destroyed inventory, despite a process that is supposed to provide cheaper, faster justice.
Walmart staff have been contacting Amazon sellers to try and recruit them to sell on the Walmart Marketplace. What goes around comes around.
Amazon sellers are still buying reviews, and the sites they use to do it are out in the open. Will this be enough to spur Amazon’s legal team into action?
With two new lawsuits in two days, it looks like Amazon is ramping up its efforts against counterfeiters. Will it be enough to relieve brands’ concerns?
Amazon reports its 2020 results, with sales up 38% to $386 billion. At the same time, Jeff Bezos steps down as CEO. How’s that for going out on a high?