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Lisa Lacy

Lisa Lacy is a senior writer at Adweek, where she focuses on retail and the growing reach of Amazon. She has covered marketing and technology for more than a decade for publications like TechCrunch, CMO.com, VentureBeat, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, ClickZ, Search Engine Watch and Search Engine Journal. She has a master's in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor's in English from the University of Sussex in Brighton, England.


False Names and Fake Addresses: Inside Amazon’s Seller Lawsuits

Amazon

It’s hard to hold sellers accountable, even with Amazon’s help.

Everything We Learned About Amazon From Jeff Bezos’ Antitrust Testimony

Amazon

20 takeaways from the CEO's appearance before the House Judiciary Committee.

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Can Google Win Back the Market Share It Lost to Amazon?

Mediaweek

It's possible, but Amazon has a big lead in shopping.

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Amazon’s Scout Delivery Bot Expands Its Contact-Free Footprint

Amazon

Customers in 2 more states will see the self-driving device.

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Why Providing Contact Info Won’t Curb Bad Seller Behavior on Amazon

Amazon

If sellers aren't obvious about their business addresses or other personal information, the policy is meaningless.

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Amazon’s New Grocery Store Will Have Smart Carts With a Familiar Name

Amazon

Just Walk Out technology meets "small- to medium-sized grocery trips."

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Amazon Tells Sellers to Remove Washington Redskins Merchandise

Diversity & Inclusion

Walmart and Target have also discontinued sales of the team's products.

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Amazon’s Latest Effort to Stop Fakes: Sharing Seller Information

Amazon

U.S. merchants will have to share their addresses.

Walgreens Taps Adobe to Create a More Personalized, Relevant Customer Experience

Mediaweek

The retailer’s CMO says pandemic-related consumer behavior changes are here to stay.

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Doritos Joins the Movement to Amplify Black Voices

CPG

Snack brand's effort includes an ad with Luke James, billboards and a donation to Black Lives Matter.

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TikTok Users Abandon Carts En Masse on President Trump’s Online Store

Politics

The hope is that it will waste his campaign team's advertising dollars, and experts say that's likely the case.

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Amazon’s Climate Change Arena Is a Net Zero Carbon Stadium That Makes Ice Out of Rainwater

Amazon

Seattle is getting a permanent reminder of the retail giant's 2019 Climate Pledge.

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Amazon’s Counterfeit Crimes Unit Will Root Out Fake Sellers and Products

Amazon

The new team will help brand and law enforcement.

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Walmart Quietly Chooses a Side (Sort of) in the Debate Over the Mississippi State Flag

Brand Marketing

The NCAA, SEC and local organizations have called for change.