Commerce is increasingly melding bricks, clicks and multiple sales channels.
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Not every company will go quiet when being hounded by Carl Icahn.
'If you build it they will come' strategy as eBay leads US$134 million investment round in India's Snapdeal
While the cash infusion must be welcome for the company as it battles arch rival Flipkart, many wonder if India's e-commerce valuations are justified
The end of MtGox. The wildly fluctuating prices. The major losses and hacks. The utter nonsense of it all. It hurts, doesn't it? But you know what? I told you so.
The activist investor fired off his second scathing letter this week, slamming board members Marc Andreessen and Scott Cook for being "value-driven for themselves" and calling eBay's corporate governance "dysfunctional." Oh, and he still wants that PayPal spin-off to happen.
Square's latest purchase -- as well as the quiet testing of another new app -- demonstrate that the mobile payments provider is thinking outside of the box.
Are Sony's cutbacks more evidence of the changing of the guard at the top of the tech world?
Hindustan Levers and Internet.org, a Facebook-led alliance, want to uplift India's rural unconnected by wiring them. And there I was, thinking that they only wanted to flog soap and messaging apps to them.
Carl Icahn didn't pull any punches in an open letter to eBay shareholders, essentially accusing a pair of board members of lining their pockets at the company's expense and skewering CEO John Donahoe for letting it all happen in the first place.
Using MasterPass should be emulate a one-click (or one-touch) payments process across the entire device without having to leave an app at all.
BufferBox will stop accepting packages on March 31. The last day to to pick up packages from BufferBox locations April 21.
The e-commerce giant has been pulling back the curtain slowly on a 3D printing agenda.
Appstore developers will continue to earn their standard revenue cut when customers make purchases using Amazon Coins.
A clutch of Italian hotels and small businesses are already accepting Bitcoin payments - but is there enough demand from the public, and will lawmakers throw a spanner in the works?
Wesfarmers has reported during its 2014 half-year results that it recorded AU$1.1 billion in total online sales during the 2013 calendar year.
To better engage and prevent customers from being overwhelmed by its menu of over 800 teas, the Singapore luxury brand has turned to a mobile app as part of a major e-commerce expansion in 2014.