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Mergers & Acquisitions
Two Plead Guilty in Amazon Marketplace Scheme
The conspiracy used confidential data to give certain sellers an advantage.
Amazon Fires Union Organizers Tied to First U.S. Labor Win
The company claims the cases are "unrelated."
May 10th, 2022
E-Commerce Isn’t the Competition
Rather than be viewed as a sales force replacement, it should instead be considered a vital tool.
Apr 18th, 2022
Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Amazon
May 12th, 2022
NLRB: Amazon Union's Meeting Complaints Have Merit
May 9th, 2022
Amazon Union Head, Others Meet at White House
May 6th, 2022
Woman Whose Son Was Killed in Tornado Criticizes Amazon
May 4th, 2022
Industrial Media Unboxing Video
IEN Unboxed is a new show in which our editors unbox new tools on the market and discuss their features.
Apr 22nd, 2022
The Pressures on Amazon Spending Habits
Many sellers have never experienced inflation — and don't have a clear plan to deal with it.
May 2nd, 2022
Sonepar, Mirakl Partner on Electrical Distribution Marketplace
The deal reflects Sonepar's strong omnichannel ambitions.
Apr 27th, 2022
Amazon Union Could Face Tough Road Ahead after Victory
Negotiating a contract with Amazon could prove difficult.
Apr 25th, 2022
Industrial Service Solutions Announces E-Commerce Portals
The portals aim to simplify procurement for industrial components, spares and consumables.
Apr 21st, 2022
Amazon CEO Jassy Vows to Improve Warehouse Safety
He acknowledged the company’s warehouse injury rates “were a little higher than the average.”
Apr 15th, 2022
Technology & Software
Sourcing Marketplace Factrees Adds NetPlus Alliance, Ace Glass
Factrees is the first B2B networking platform that connects manufacturers, manufacturer reps, and distributors.
Apr 14th, 2022
Amazon Adds 5% Surcharge to Seller Fees
The latest “fuel and inflation surcharge” follows a previous fee hike announced in November.
Apr 14th, 2022
Injuries at Amazon Up 15% After Pledge to Become 'Earth's Safest'
A third of US warehouse workers are employed by Amazon, yet they account for 50 percent of injuries.
Apr 13th, 2022
E-Commerce Billionaire Steps Down
Like many Chinese technology companies, JD.com’s finances have suffered over the past year.
Apr 7th, 2022
Amazon's First U.S. Union to Face New Hurdles
Amazon exercised all its might to fend off the organizing efforts.
Apr 5th, 2022
Amazon Workers in NYC Vote to Unionize in Historic Labor Win
A fired Amazon employee has been leading the Amazon Labor Union in its fight.
Apr 4th, 2022