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Direct, Internet and Catalogue

My-Wardrobe.com Stops Trading

The Net-a-porter Group has acquired some of the online retailer’s assets, including its URL.

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No. 1: Alibaba's Magic Touch

The Chinese e-tail behemoth blasted into western conciousness this year with a record IPO and far-reaching ambitions.

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Calvin Klein's E-commerce Push

The two-year e-commerce project is the most ambitious to date for Steve Shiffman since he became ceo of the PVH Corp.-owned company in July.

Gap Launches Flagship on JD.com

The retailer is selling more than 600 items for women, men and children on the Chinese e-commerce site.

MadaLuxe Goes Direct With Tronc

The site is an off-price channel for luxury designer handbags.

Social Shopping Platform Piccing Raises $3.62M

What you see is increasingly becoming what you can get. Or if not that, then something pretty close.

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Marc Balet, Bonnie Pressman Discuss OuiHours

The duo, along with president and ceo Alex Dulac, have launched the editorially focused lingerie Web site with e-commerce to follow Jan. 1.

Amazon Workers Strike in Germany as Christmas Orders Peak

Some staff at Amazon warehouses in Germany started a new three-day strike on Monday to press their demands for better pay and conditions.

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PowaTag Digi-Shop Billboards Land in NYC

The mobile commerce scanning application has partnered with 2(x)ist to create virtual stores this holiday season.

German Union Calls New Strike at Amazon Warehouses

German union Verdi has called a fresh three-day strike at five warehouses.

Polyvore Reveals Most-Searched Fashion Brands

Top 10 lists, released on Thursday, show fast-fashion chains continuing to dominate, while Nars and MAC scored big in the beauty department.

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