Articles about E-Commerce
The discount retailer will close all of its stores in Canada just two years after entering the region, having suffered billions in losses in the expansion attempt. Wall Street responds positively.
MYOB has announced that of the 1.2 million businesses actively using MYOB SME solutions, more than 500,000 are regular paying customers.
Chinese government says it will allow foreign-owned e-commerce companies to operate in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone as part of a pilot program, but competition will be tough against local giants JD.com and Alibaba.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has invested in AdChina in order to develop an advanced end-to-end marketing platform.
After methodically conquering one territory after another, especially those that competitor Yelp isn't a major presence in, Zomato has firmly taken the fight into Yelp's territory with its latest acquisition of Urbanspoon in the US.
PayPal Here compatibility will become available for the Surface Pro 3 tablet, the Lumia 830 and 635 smartphones, as well as other devices operating on Windows 8.1.
Trade Me has taken a 15 percent stake in the only licensed P2P lender in New Zealand, Harmoney.
Uber is now offering a car service called UberCargo in Hong Kong to help ferry large items around.
Alibaba Group will strengthen its anti-counterfeit measures to protect the intellectual property rights of Microsoft as part of a new memorandum of understanding.
Macy's expects the changes, which include shuttering 14 underperforming stores, to generate savings of approximately $140 million per year.
E-commerce numbers for last year surpass expectations but 2015 will see a growth slowdown, says research
After a stellar 2014 when it recorded the biggest U.S. IPO, Alibaba's chairman and founder Jack Ma warns the Chinese internet company faces difficult tasks in the road ahead.
Small business sellers using Stitch will now be able to to add Magento as a sales channel, and to sync inventory with other channels such as Amazon and Square.
According to statistics released by the e-commerce giant, sellers sold over two billion items in last year alone. But what do payment services have to do with it?
Data including usernames, passwords, and e-mail addresses belonging to customers of China's official online train ticketing site, 12306.cn, have been leaked, according to an IT security vendor.
Buyers and sellers flock to the online giant, searching for items once only found by scouring antique shows and swap meets.
In this 9:38 minutes video, the managing director of VeCommerce Paul Magee demonstrates how speech recognition is being used by Australian betting firm UniTab to enable punters to make complicated wagers without requiring a human operator.Magee visited the ZDNet Australia offices last week to show off how the UniTAB system allows callers to speak using natural language and gives them the freedom to change their minds half way through a transaction.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview, ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Dan Farber talks to 32-year IBM veteran Irving Wladawsky-Berger about his new role as general manager of Big Blue's e-business on demand initiative.