Topic: delivery

Condoms, Horse Heads, Handcuffs and 11 Other Things Amazon Will Now Deliver in an Hour

New Prime app promises weirdness without the wait

Amazon's whole mission is to get people what they want as fast as possible, a pledge the retailer took to an extreme new level with today's debut of a one-hour delivery…

This Kid Had an Adorably Specific Wish to Be a UPS Driver, and the Company Delivered

Carson, 4, is the shipping service's biggest fan

Carson loves trucks and gets way more excited about UPS deliveries than most other 4-year-olds. So the company decided to go ahead and make him part of the team. Carson befriended…

Amazon Is Reportedly Prepping Grocery Delivery for New York

Could debut in coming weeks

Amazon Fresh is planning to add the Big Apple to its roster of cities where grocery delivery is available, according to Re/code, which cited unnamed sources. The delivery service could…

Domino's Wants to Roll Out This Gyroscopic Pizza Delivery System Worldwide

No more being shamed on Instagram

Here's a solution to a problem you rarely think about but might occasionally fall victim to. Domino's Pizza in Brazil is so intent on convincing you that it will deliver you…

New UPS Campaigns Deliver Without the Truck

Focusing on logistics, brand targets millennial movers and shakers

Just in case you have ever wondered, United Parcel Service has 96,361 trucks. If you live in any of the 175 countries that UPS services, you’ve seen them: They’re big,…

These Companies Are Bringing Fashion to Your Doorstep

Trunk Club and Le Tote prove delivery is no longer just for dog snacks and cleaning supplies

Marketers of everything from apparel to dog snacks and cleaning supplies are getting in the subscription delivery game, bringing a bounty of hand-selected products right to the consumer’s doorstep. Review…

U.S. Post Office Ads Have Never Really Delivered the Goods

It might be time to get serious

It’s easy to poke fun at the poor post office these days. The service started by Benjamin Franklin in 1775 lost $5 billion this year—the seventh year of red ink…