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States Go After E-commerce Marketplaces Like Amazon Over Sales Taxes

New amnesty program gives online retailers the chance to start fresh should states begin collecting sales taxes following a slate of local lawsuits and a potential new Supreme Court ruling.

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E-Commerce Players: If You Don’t Have Data Scientists On Board, You May Be Doing it Wrong

Whether the business serves the luxury goods market like Farfetch or the better denim market such as Warp + Weft, e-commerce pure-plays better do their homework.

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Cities Line up to Host Amazon’s Second Headquarters

Amazon will be opening a new $5 billion headquarters somewhere in the U.S. and cities across the country are going all out in the hopes of bringing a promised 50,000 jobs home.

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MAS Holdings Says It’s Investing in Startups to Accommodate E-Commerce—Why Your Company May Want to Consider It Too

When a company like MAS Holdings, a major Sri Lanka-based intimates, activewear and leisure wear supplier that produces more than one million garments every day starts eyeing startups, it’s clear where the industry is headed.

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