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  • Whole Foods launches national grocery delivery, pickup service

    Whole Foods Market announced Monday morning it is launching a new, national grocery delivery and pickup service, part of a major initiative as the Austin, Texas-based organic foods giant looks to expand its footprint against a growing list of fierce...
  • Canadian retailers bet on technology in fight with U.S. giants

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian retailers, scrambling to keep pace with the likes of Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Amazon.com Inc in an increasingly crowded market, are investing heavily in high-tech tools to lure shoppers. Companies have ramped up their...
  • Google renames its commercial services in play for more corporate business

    SAN FRANCISCO Google is introducing a new name for the software and services that it sells to businesses, as the well-known consumer Internet company makes its play for a bigger chunk of the lucrative commercial tech market. "This is one of the big...
  • 'Marvel Super Hero September' Puts Spotlight on Characters Outside Theaters

    Does Marvel have a new franchise with "Marvel Super Hero September?" In one of the more ambitious marketing efforts launched around characters or a popular franchise since Lucasfilm's annual "Star Wars Day" celebrations, Disney has rallied Marvel's...
  • Japan's Rakuten considers buying U.S. web operator Ebates; shares fall

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares in Rakuten Inc fell to their lowest in over two months on Monday as investors questioned the ability of Japan's biggest e-commerce firm to digest another acquisition after the company said it was considering buying a U.S....
  • Hampton Roads businesses want to use remote-controlled drones

    Hampton Roads businesses want to use remote-controlled drones
    M2 Pictures in downtown Hampton found a way to save money while enhancing its cinematic capability for TV show production: using a "drone." "It's really important for us to stay on the cutting edge of technology," said Kathy Martin, m2 Pictures...
  • Google, Amazon competition heats up

    It was a tech industry tit for tat: First came word that Amazon is paying $1 billion for a video game streaming company Google had pursued. Three days later, Google announced a major effort to build aerial drones capable of delivering packages a goal that...
  • For Labor Day, an appreciation of unheralded literary labor

    For Labor Day, an appreciation of unheralded literary labor
    The other day, I exchanged emails with a self-published writer. Discussing Amazon’s dispute with Hachette, he argued that books are overpriced and what traditional publishers have to offer isn’t worth the high price they charge for books....
  • Is fashion moving beyond brands?

    Is fashion moving beyond brands?
    It was the show of the fall 2014 runway season. Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, luxury fashion oracle, transformed Paris' Grand Palais into the most banal of locales — a supermarket — and stocked the shelves with thousands of bespoke,...
  • Janet Fitch reveals her letter to Amazon's Jeff Bezos

    Janet Fitch reveals her letter to Amazon's Jeff Bezos
    Another writer has decided to speak up about the business dealings of Amazon: Janet Fitch, who after signing the Authors United letter, has gone a step further. As Neal Pollack was penning his story for Slate about his treatment as an author...
  • Digital Savant: A few more TV options for cord cutters

    AUSTIN, Texas I wonder if the next area of hot tech products will be aimed directly at cord-cutters of cable and satellite TV services. In June, a service called Aereo that operated in Austin was dealt a Supreme Court setback and suspended operations....