Commerce is increasingly melding bricks, clicks and multiple sales channels.
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Demanding your money back from your colleagues after happy hour just got even easier.
Chinese e-commerce giant will soon launch its first U.S. online shopping platform, 11 Main, and it's looking to stand out by offering "interesting products" from "hand-picked shop owners". But will it pick the right ones and succeed in driving traffic?
As part of a long-term commitment to improve total sales revenue, David Jones has reported that its new webstore is showing some positive results.
Attacks on Bitcoin have led two major exchanges to suspend withdrawals, but there's no threat to users' money, according to Bitcoin developers.
Chinese e-commerce giant offers to buy out remaining 72 percent stake in AutoNavi in a deal expected to be worth US$1.13 billion and US$1.17 billion, if accepted.
Sunny Leone has found a treasure trove, and a few new business models, in a rapidly digitizing India.
The Facebook-owned company is taking things a bit further in targeted corporate users and brands to use the photo sharing service.
E-commerce giant starts its first Latin American traditional retail operation after focusing on digital products for over a year
The Indian e-commerce company expects a fast growing Internet-connected population and smartphones to be the biggest drivers to online shopping driver over the next few years.
The number of companies using big data analytics for at least one security or fraud detection use case will triple in the next two years, bringing some much-needed context to all the monitoring clutter.
The island will get its first Bitcoin ATM in March, but does it really need another currency which main appeal is the anonymity it offers, especially since Singapore is reportedly susceptible to money laundering?
Mobile advertising revenue alone accounted for 75 percent of Twitter's total advertising department intake.
If India's numbers largely exaggerate the on-ground reality of the number and quality of broadband connections, it may explain the still-nascent condition of e-commerce in the country.
Second-largest Chinese online retailer is looking to raise US$1.5 billion through its initial public offering in what is touted to be the biggest of its kind in the U.S. market.
While high-profile incidents at Target and Neiman Marcus generate the most headlines and anxiety, small businesses and their customers remain the most vulnerable to security breaches – and also the most underserved.