Amazon's Career Choice reaches 7,000 employees

Amazon reports that more than 7,000 of its warehouse workers have taken courses through the company's Career Choice Program. The program is set up to help workers leave their current hourly positions and move into better-paying careers such as nursing, truck driving, and information technology.

Sephora to relaunch private label on Tinder

Sephora will relaunch its Sephora Collection private label this fall with the help of new digital features on both on mobile and desktop. The "swipe it, shop it" and "beauty uncomplicator" features will help shoppers find the products they are looking for.

Safeway tops e-commerce list for customer engagement in June

Safeway's e-commerce site topped the list of the 10 most popular U.S. shopping websites in June. According to analytics company SimilarWeb, the online grocer had the most pages viewed per visit on desktop, averaging more than 22 pages per customer visit.

Target hires former Apple exec to oversee supply chain

Target has announced the hiring of Ben Cook as senior VP, global logistics, inventory allocation and replenishment. Cook comes to Target after most recently serving as director of logistics and supply chain strategy at Apple.

89% of parents shop for back-to-school based on mobile promotions

As many as 85 percent of parents said they would use a smartphone for help as they shopped for back-to-school items, according to a report commissioned by location-based mobile advertising platform Retale. And 89 percent of these consumers also reported they would shop based on mobile promotions.


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Verizon has acquired Yahoo's operating business for $4.83 billion, adding to its stable of digital media and advertising holdings.


One of the reasons social media is a popular and impactful channel for marketers is that interactions on social are happening in real time, meaning that marketers need to be quick on their feet when making decisions about social campaign management.