U.S. holiday spending is expected to reach an all-time high of up to $767 billion this holiday season. See how this compares to past years.
E-commerce is already massive, but COVID-19 has proven to be an unexpected catalyst in driving the use of digital marketplaces.
Amazon dominates the U.S. ecommerce market. By the end of 2020, the tech giant is expected to make up 39% of total U.S. ecommerce sales.
In 2019, Amazon generated $281 billion in total revenue—but where does all this revenue come from? Here’s a breakdown of how Amazon makes its money.
Amazon's valuation has grown by 2,830% over the last decade, and the tech giant is now worth more than the other 9 largest U.S. retailers, combined.
We visualize the ecommerce categories that have experienced the fastest growth, and the categories that are in decline during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How often does a dark web marketplace last, on average? This data visualization offers a data-driven look at the survival rate of underground marketplaces.
Amazon now accounts for nearly 50% of all U.S. ecommerce sales. This is more than double that of Amazon's next nine biggest competitors, combined.
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Could your next online pizza order be dropped off to you by an autonomous drone? This infographic looks at the future of drone deliveries.