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3 Months Of Hell: U.S. Economy Drops 32.9%, In Worst GDP Report Ever

The coronavirus pandemic triggered the sharpest economic contraction in modern American history, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.

Gross domestic product - the broadest measure of economic activity - shrank at an annual rate of 32.9% in the second quarter, as restaurants and retailers closed their doors in a desperate effort to slow the spread of the virus, which has killed more than 150,000 people in the U.S.

The economic shock in April, May and June was more than three times as sharp as the previous record - 10% in 1958 - and nearly four times the worst quarter during the Great Recession.

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The contactless retail tech startup Gobbly has come up with a mobile operated fridge stocked with groceries that can be installed in societies. Users can scan

eBay CEOs early wins have yet to erase Wall Streets doubts

A first step that impressed some eBay investors was the sale of the classifieds business to Norwegian digital marketplace Adevinta in a cash and stock..

India Post parcel hub in Srinagar improves eCommerce services

With the abrogation of Article 370 and 35A, Kashmir valley has witnessed rapid progress with the inauguration of new facilities and services. The recently inaugurated India Post parcel hub in Srinagar has now become fully functional which has improved parcel delivery and eCommerce services. The parcel hub was inaugurated in January this year. Earlier, the people were facing several obstacles due to lack of eCommerce services in the city. Newly-inaugurated hub works as a gateway for easy parcel services with transparency. New facilities include district wise sorting, new weighing machines and online bookings of the parcels.

Sellers flag Amazon's data policy, say firm pushing in-house brands

Small sellers are becoming increasingly dependent on online channels for sales in light of the economic disruption due to the Covid-19 outbreak

Govt expands eCommerce rules to now include all online services

With Consumer Protection (eCommerce) Rules 2020 notified, all online service providers must now comply. Digital transactions on all platforms now covered under the rules

JioMart delivers 4 lakh orders on a single day as competition with Grofers, BigBasket, Amazon heats up

Mukesh Ambani's online grocery business JioMart primarily competes with China’s Alibaba-backed BigBasket, SoftBank-funded Grofers, Amazon Pantry, and Walmart-owned Flipkart Supermart.

Supply chain as a source of growth Supply chain as a source of growth
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This paper talks about the role that supply chain plays in a retail firm's growth pattern.

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