Traditional retailers like Albertsons, Walmart, and Target are clambering to acquire delivery-focused tech startups in the grocery race against Amazon.
Amazon and Alibaba are using technology to transform the in-store customer experience. Here's how these long-time e-commerce giants stack up offline.
Since the retail giant announced plans to continue acquiring startups, we took a data-driven look at 11 possible contenders.
JAB Holding has acquired a number of coffee chains, including Keurig Green Mountain in a $13.9B cash acquisition — its largest deal to date.
Subscription styling startup Stitch Fix just completed a highly anticipated IPO. Will the company's data-driven model resonate with investors or will public markets fear just another subscription box?
Startups are leveraging new distribution models and technologies to transform the luxury sector, while retail experience remains a key focus for high-end brands.
A German discount grocer has its sights set on a $5B US expansion. If it fulfills those plans, Aldi will be the third-largest grocer in the US by store locations by 2022.
Startups are using AI, neuroscience, and more to help brands gather deeper insights directly from consumers.
Early-stage startups are employing machine vision, 3D body scanning, consumer tracking, and AI-powered assistants to help retailers and consumers.