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Much of the coverage about AmazonFresh revolves around disruption. Expansion, however, isn't easy. An acquisition of FreshDirect would give Amazon a beachhead and supply chain on the East Coast.
Dubbed Google Web Designer, the service is meant to help digital advertisers connect with consumers across multiple displays, regardless of the device.
Eureka Mobile Advertising, a startup by U.K.-based Indian entrepreneurs offers an innovative monetizing option to advertisers while mutually benefiting users via deals, discounts and free talk time.
Asia-Pacific will account for US$74 billion, growing at 38 percent in 2013, with developed markets including Singapore and South Korea as well as developing markets such as India driving growth in the region.
Market saturation has put the brakes on the country's e-commerce industry, which is expected to undergo significant amalgamation over the next six months. "Unlikely" more than 15 of 53 independent entities will survive.
We need to have a lower tolerance for lax security, but we also need to encourage those that are actually trying to do the right thing.
Xactly's CEO argues that if you don't take customer success seriously, then that's "a going-out-of-business strategy."
Spain's biggest telco has joined forces with CaixaBank and Santander, with development of mobile wallet on the agenda.
After a year, India's largest e-commerce startup has closed its digital music download service Flyte. What happened and what lessons can entrepreneurs learn from this?
Just months after raising US$2 million from Sequoia Capital, startup Citrus has doubled its number of daily transactions to 27,000 and is on track to raise this by another 20 percent in June.
Fifa has decided that Confederations Cup and World Cup tickets will only be available in paper versions. But is that really what everybody wants?
The New York City venture capital firm has a lot of money locked up in business technology startups.
What's interesting about Amazon's move is that it's putting a commerce-based identity against a consumer's social registration.
E-commerce giant unveils Cainiao Network Technology, which it established with other investors. The new company will build a "smart" logistics system which could cost up to 300 billion yuan.
The Australian government's reluctance to lower the GST threshold for online goods and an inability to keep up with the times is costing Australian retailers dearly, according to the Australian National Retailers Association.