Trade Me has taken a 15 percent stake in the only licensed P2P lender in New Zealand, Harmoney.
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Australian online email marketing firm is planning a host of new product launches over the next year after it received a record-breaking AU$268 million investment from US venture capital firm, Insight Venture Partners.
As trading in the virtual currency gains momentum, the Chinese Bitcoin trading platform claims to be the world's biggest, and is newly flush with cash following a US$5m investment
As much as 30 million yuan (US$5 million) of investment could be lost in limbo as a Hong Kong-based Bitcoin trading platform vanishes.
Taiwan's economic affairs ministry returns application by Hon Hai, also known by trading name Foxconn, to buy stake in Sharp, citing insufficient detail on investment efficiency of deal it considers "a little pricey".
The owners of the Chagrin Hardware store had a really great trading day on Saturday due to a simple 'Cash Mob' email rallying local support for the local store
A Sydney rail-technology company has been awarded a $2.3 million contract to improve the operating efficiency and green credentials of Freightliner UK's 110 freight trains.
As Australians fear China might use Huawei investment in NBN to spy on their country, Kiwis have other concerns about trading with the dragon.
Overflowing email boxes are a symptom of employees using it for unrepeatable processes that have no workflow templates, according to IBM Alistair Rennie.
The Investment Dealer's Association of Canada is warning investors that their online trading accounts are being compromised. The attackers sell off the account holder's stocks and then invest in penny stocks.
Consumer warning as Aust phishing complaints rise
Buyers make money on their investment on first day of trading after the sale, as the search king raises $4.18 billion.
The number of people complaining about falling victim to or being targeted by a phishing scam has doubled in Australia over the past few months, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).ASIC commissioner Professor Berna Collier told ZDNet Australia on Wednesday she felt the issue was accelerating so fast that a general warning to raise awareness was necessary.
66% of the decision makers who responded to In-Stat survey plan to purchase e-mail security products within the next two years. More than 30% of the decision makers don't know whether the planned purchase will be software, an appliance, or a hosted service.
Online job search engine CareerOne has issued a warning regarding a spam e-mail being sent out to both users and non-users of the Web site.CareerOne said a number of people have contacted them about a company called Sparta-Trade which claims to have received the recipient's contact details from CareerOne.
The Office of Fair Trading is hosting an international conference aimed at finally doing something about the growing problem of unsolicited bulk email
Companies are employing staff to read electronic communications because of fears that trade secrets and intellectual property are being leaked
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has issued a warning to consumers to be wary of a new e-mail scam that's in circulation that invites users to participate in a "work from home" money transfer scheme.ASIC said the scam offers users a commission to receive money into their bank accounts and transfer it out again, advertising itself as a legitimate money making opportunity.
Investment adviser Standard & Poor's announced late Monday that Internet security company Symantec will be added to the S&P 500 Index after the close of trading on Friday. Symantec's stock climbed more than 4 percent by early afternoon on Tuesday, with nearly three times the normal volume of shares trading hands.
E*Trade Financial is now offering automobile loans through its Web site, the online financial services company announced on Tuesday. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company is offering loans for new and used cars directly to consumers and is also offering to refinance existing car loans. The company bought Lendnetwork.com, which specializes in offering automobile loans, to jump-start its car lending, E*Trade said in a statement. E*Trade did not say when it bought Lendnetwork.com or what it paid for the company. E*Trade and Lendnetwork.com representatives did not return calls seeking comment. Unlike rival Ameritrade, which has focused on online stock trading, E*Trade has been steadily moving away from its core brokerage business. In the last year, the company began offering customers investment and planning advice, bought market maker Dempsey, and opened an online mortgage service. --Troy Wolverton, Special to ZDNet News