Top 15 list of global department store-related websites (for reference only)

Name WebsiteIntroduction (, NASDAQ:AMZN), is one of the largest online e-commerce companies in the United States, located in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1995, started with the sale of books on the Internet, but has expanded to include a wide range of other products, including DVDs, music CDs, computers, software, TV games, electronics, clothing, furniture and more. walmart.comWalmart (Walmart) is one of the world’s largest retail chains, founded in 1962 in Arkansas, USA. Today, Walmart operates more than 7,000 stores worldwide and employs more than 1.9 million people in 14 countries. Wal-Mart is visited by 176 million customers every week. target.comLocated in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Target offers fashion-forward retail services in 1,330 stores in 47 states. Target is marketed as a premium discount retailer and is the fourth largest retailer in the United States and the 33rd largest of the Fortune 500 companies. ikea.comIKEA: The Swedish IKEA furniture brand is an internationally renowned large furniture retailer, founded in Sweden in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad, IKEA offers a wide variety of beautiful and practical home furnishings that are affordable to the common man. homedepot.comHome Depot (Homedepot) Inc. is the world’s largest retailer of warehouse-style home building supplies, founded in 1978, and is the second largest retailer in the United States. Homedepot sells a wide variety of building materials, home furnishings and lawn and garden products, and provides a variety of related services. bestbuy.comBestBuy: The official website of Best Buy, the world’s largest home appliance and electronics retail group, announced on February 22, 2011 that Best Buy would close nine Best Buy stores in mainland China and planned to open nearly 50 Five Star stores in China during 2012. macys.comMacy’s is an American department store chain whose flagship store, located in New York City’s Herald Square, was advertised as “the world’s largest store” when it opened on 7th Avenue in 1924. The company also has two national flagship stores, located in San Francisco’s Union Square and Chicago’s State Street. 1994, the famous United Department Stores, Inc. acquired Macy’s, Inc. lowes.comLloyd’s of America is the second largest retailer of interior decorative materials in the United States, specializing in home improvement products and services, home improvement, home maintenance, home repair, and commercial building remodeling and maintenance, with a primary customer base of do-it-yourself retail customers and commercial customers. kohls.comKohl”s was founded by the Kohl family in Milwaukee in 1962 and now has stores in 34 U.S. states. The company is set to expand by one-third in size after aggressive expansion over the next two years. Kohl’s sells mainly to young mothers with young children, and most of its stores are located in urban areas where families live, emphasizing convenience and value for money. The company is embarking on a strong promotional campaign. costco.comCostco (Costco) is the largest U.S. chain of membership warehouse and mass merchant stores, founded in 1976 as Price Club in San Diego, California, and seven years later in Seattle, Washington, Costco was the third largest retailer in the United States and the ninth largest in the world in 2009. wayfair.comWayFair: Online housewares shopping platform is a U.S. online shopping e-commerce dedicated to home users and home appliances of mid-range furniture-oriented, the products sold have 7 million, from 8,000 suppliers, 12,000 brands, has been one of the well-known U.S. housewares shopping site. nordstrom.comNordstrom is a chain of upscale department stores in the United States. Nordstrom carries a wide range of products including apparel, accessories, bags, jewelry, cosmetics, fragrances, and home furnishings. From its humble beginnings as a shoe store in Seattle, Nordstrom has grown to become a fashion department store across the United States, and is growing rapidly with more stores and new services. overstock.comOverstock, Overstock, one of the world’s top ten shopping sites, launched in 1999, is a famous online shopping site in the United States, selling branded discount goods online tailgate company, listed in the United States, one of the world’s most famous tailgate online merchants. staples.comStaples is the world’s leading office supply company and a Fortune 500 company. Staples is the world’s leading office supplies company and one of the top 500 companies in the world. It handles tens of thousands of office supplies in ten categories, including paper, supplies, stationery, equipment, and everyday products. jcpenney.comJCPenney was founded in 1902, and to date has 1,200 large clothing stores throughout the United States, with a turnover of $38 billion in 1998 (equivalent to 320 billion yuan, more than the total 1998 clothing sales of 290 billion yuan in all of China). In order to reduce transaction costs, the company is considering expanding the proportion of direct purchases and is particularly interested in finding a manufacturing base in China.
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