Commerce is increasingly melding bricks, clicks and multiple sales channels.
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Amazon's Fire Phone proved itself to be a good everyday phone even though it's unclear whether Dynamic Perspective and Firefly will be hits. Amazon's Fire gives us something unique in the me-too land of Android smartphones.
Stripe has launched in Australia aiming to take on PayPal and to be a solution for merchants not only at checkout but to run their entire business.
Yahoo sees Flurry as fueling the "next step" in its ongoing mobile-first strategy.
Australian deals website Catch of the Day did not disclose a 2011 data breach to the Office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner until last month, despite knowing of the breach at the time it occurred.
New York has published its proposals for how a new framework for Bitcoin companies, putting a lot more red tape around the emerging industry.
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NetSuite will likely utilize Venda's Convergent Commerce platform to expand the global footprint of its SuiteCommerce platform.
Despite early glimmers of recovery already, eBay's CFO lamented that “the Marketplaces business has to dig itself out of a hole."
Despite describing V.me as a "tremendous success", Visa has replaced the platform with a similar product called Visa Checkout.
However, eBay followed up with softer sales and earnings guidance ranges for the current quarter.
Visa is demonstrating its influence and muscle in the commerce sector, already recruiting more than 180 financial institutions to support Checkout.
It was one of the first brands to exclusively harness the power of the internet as a sales channel thereby slashing its distribution costs
The numerous and inhibiting regulations issued by the Reserve Bank of India has made the service gradually withdraw from the country
The shakeup comes as LivingSocial works to transition itself into more of a marketing platform and away from daily deals.
UPDATED: The FTC alleges that the in-app charges debate has been an internal struggle at Amazon for some time now, citing internal company emails referring to the situation as a "house on fire."