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Pitney Bowes in new pact with shipping software provider Pirate Ship

"We’re excited about helping more e-commerce merchants simply do more business," said Pitney Bowes' Rajeeb Mohapatra.

Ridgefield’s Purple Frog Gift Shop slams Amazon in closing announcement

"Please remember your Ridgefield stores during a time when Amazon is breaking all online records," said store owner Emma Hardiman.

Pitney Bowes renews partnership with eBay

Pitney Bowes Inc. has announced the renewal and multi-year extension of its partnership with eBay Inc. that enables U.S.-based sellers to reach international buyers via eBay’s Global Shipping Program (GSP).

Sens. Blumenthal and Schumer take on the Grinch Bots

Grinch Bots buy toys and child-focused merchandise at rapid speeds from e-commerce sites and resell them online at vastly inflated prices.

Priceline invests $450M in Chinese e-commerce resource

The Norwalk-based company's investment in Meituan-Dianping signals an expansion of its Asian operations that began in 2007 with the acquisition of Agoda Co.

A retail slump on Greenwich Avenue?

“Walk up and down Greenwich Avenue and you’ll see a decent amount of storefront vacancies,” said Tyler Lyman, senior vice president at RHYS LLC, the commercial real estate firm. “It needs a little improvement.”

Amazon reportedly considering purchase of BJ’s Wholesale Club

Amazon was considering the possibility of buying BJ’s Wholesale Club, which operates 213 stores and 130 gas stations in 15 states, according to a news report.

Fairfield sister duo offer new approach to holiday decorating

E-commerce start-up offers curated collections of Yuletide décor.

Pleasantville Farmers Market goes digital

Westchester’s largest farmers market strikes a deal with e-commerce site Fresh Nation, but market organizers say the deal won’t affect in-person shopping.

E-commerce leads back-to-school sales

Brick-and-mortar businesses take a hit while e-commerce sees an increase

Back-to-school spending down

Retailers say shoppers more frugal this year.

Sugar and spice

Devilishly delicious chocolate debuts on candy counters in local Hudson Valley markets and Whole Foods North Atlantic regional stores.