Zoro is a nine-year-old retail company. But it is shaking up its market by acting more like an agile startup than an old-school seller of goods. The Buffalo Grove, Ill.-based company is an online-only vendor, with a target market of businesses in search of products ranging from office supplies to power tools to landscaping equipment. Zoro aims to give its business customers an experience more like consumer internet shopping. A variety of digital channels and a fast-growing product array are part of Zoro’s strategy. The company sells 3.1 million items, a tally expanding by about 100,000 each month. Read more at Fortune.