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Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition (IRCE) provides you with a conference full of industry experts and unrivaled agenda content, an exhibit hall filled with the latest and greatest solution providers, and a community made for networking with thousands of like-minded industry peers. IRCE 2017 will take place in the world-class city of Chicago, June 6-9, at McCormick Place West.Read more »
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Email marketing today is all about sending relevant emails to the right people at the right time. Email marketing, if leveraged properly, can be a powerful marketing channel for your e-commerce business. Rather than sending generic bulk emails to all your customers, sending specific, targeted lifecycle emails is important in order to improve ROI, especially […]
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Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.’s acquisition of One Kings Lane and PersonalizationMall.com last year helped salvage what could otherwise have been a disappointing start to fiscal 2017. Chief financial officer Susan Lattman told analysts last week on the retailer’s Q1 2017 earnings call that a 2.1% sales gain posted by customized gifts retailer PersonalizationMall.com and home […]
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The U.S. Department of Justice has settled a lawsuit with a pair of mobile healthcare companies the government alleged falsely billed Medicare. In the settlement the government reached with AMI Monitoring Inc. and Medi-Lynx Cardiac Monitoring LLC, now owned by Medicalalgorithmics SA, the companies agreed to pay combined penalties of $13.5 million to resolve allegations […]
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