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e-tailer

(Electronic reTAILER) An online store. See e-commerce.
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Bedard said TFI had made a choice to not do business with the unnamed e-tailer in Canada's largest markets, suggesting the margins were too small.
eMAG is the largest e-tailer in Romania with annual sales figures of over EUR 1 billion and has also expanded into new markets such as Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland.
The e-tailer believes by using drones it could reach customers in just 30 minutes.
IANS Bengaluru India's e-tailer major Flipkart has turned into a private company from a holding firm, ostensibly for a strategic buyout soon by the world's largest retail giant Walmart Inc, according to documents it filed for regulatory approvals.
A user of the Facebook group Breaking News Commune yesterday (April 9) posted a video of workers laughing as they throw packages which appear to be labeled for customers of Taiwanese e-tailer PChome.
Before that, Willquits was head of business development at e-tailer Brandos.
eBags, an e-tailer and travel gear expert, is offering an assortment of smart luggage options that comply with new rules issued by major air carriers, the company said.
According to Bloomberg, the Bengaluru-headquartered grocery e-tailer had previously been in talks for an investment from e-commerce pioneer Amazon.com, which in June agreed to acquire US grocer Whole Foods Markets.
Last evening, Rugs and Beyond, an Ecommerce company for selling "One of a Kind" handmade rugs and home dAaAaAeA@cor was felicitat for being one of the "Most Innovative E-tailer of the Year" by Retailer Online and Entrepreneur India.
The e-tailer last month opened two Seattle grocery pickup sites--previously being "beta tested" and accessible only to Amazon employees--to the public.
In August, Walmart announced it was paying $3bn to take over e-tailer Jet.com to expand its online sales presence.
With more than $456 million in sales in 2010, drugstore.com ranked as the eighth-largest e-tailer in the country.