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Under new business plans, EBay is going to spin off PayPal in 2015 -- a victory of sorts for investor Carl Icahn.
Kevin Systrom will serve as a member of Walmart's technology and e-commerce committee.
Qubit, an e-commerce company that uses big data to drive platform personalization, raised a $26 million Series B round led by Accel Partners.
The Chinese e-commerce giant will pay $457 million for the stake as the company's acquisition spree continues.
Online accounting contenders Xero and MYOB are at it again, with New Zealand's Xero ramping up efforts to convert MYOB customers, as the Australian incumbent reports record online customer registrations.
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Australian online invoicing startup Invoice2Go has scored a bumper first funding round, raising US$35 million in financing from Accel Partners and Ribbit Capital.
PayPal is teaming with Bitcoin payment processors Bitpay, Coinbase and GoCoin to begin accepting virtual currency from the PayPal Payments Hub.
More than 1,000 workers have walked out of their jobs at distribution and logistics centres across the country
eBay payments subsidiaries PayPal and Braintree have launched their Startup Blueprint program in eight new markets in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, Singapore, Japan, and Hong Kong.
Suffice to say, Alibaba had a pretty good welcome to Wall Street. Now the real work begins.
Apple Pay could realistically be a huge business for Apple, but adoption will depend on sales of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, consumer willingness to change and retailer IT infrastructure.
Some analyst expectations simply won't be met just given how high expectations have risen for what is being flaunted as the greatest tech IPO in history.
The company will spend about 70 percent of its capital expenditures on technology and the rest on stores. Today, the capital spending is split 50-50.
Apple has confirmed that the NFC chip it has built into its new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch will only work with its Pay system — at least initially, according to reports.