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Walmart has gobbled up a slew of brands since 2010 — and it’s all part of a strategy to take on Amazon and win over millennials
Walmart has acquired a string of digitally native brands. The most recent one is Aspectiva, an Israel-based company focused on machine learning.
A "retail duopoly" is emerging with Amazon and Walmart nipping at each other's heels, venture capital firm Loup Ventures said in a new post.
Walmart’s Jet.com has leaked its Black Friday deals — they include discounts on Bose headphones and the Fitbit Versa
Black Friday is officially here, at least in the eyes of Walmart's Jet.com. Deals can be found on nearly anything, from Bose headphones to Fitbits.
Jet shoppers can now get Blue Apron meal kits for same-day or next-day delivery. The deliveries don't require a subscription to Blue Apron.
Jet.com has relaunched its online experience with the hope of better creating an emotional connection with shoppers. It has taken Nike along for the ride and is also unveiling a same-day grocery service in New York City.
We compared Amazon and Walmart-owned Jet.com to see which site was easier to shop, and the winner was clear for a key reason
Amazon and Walmart-owned Jet.com are online shopping sites that sell just about everything. We compared prices, shipping and returns, and user-friendliness on Amazon and Jet — see who the winner was.
Walmart is building Jet.com a new fulfillment center in the Bronx as part of its effort to take over the biggest city in the United States.
Walmart’s e-commerce CEO reportedly just dropped $43 million on a penthouse in a ‘paparazzi-proof’ building filled with celebrities....
Marc Lore, Walmart's US e-commerce CEO and founder of Jet.com, has reportedly purchased a luxurious new pad in New York City. The building has also attracted the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Justin Timberlake, and Jake Gyllenhaal.
You'll be able to buy Apple devices like Macs and iPhones from Walmart's Jet.com — something that's not true for Amazon.com.
E-commerce isn't growing as quickly as investors would like for Walmart