Amazon continues its aggressive pursuit of Etsy’s artisan marketplace patch, expanding its Handmade at Amazon offering beyond US borders into Europe.
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Get set for a Facebook Messenger spam frenzy! Facebook’s latest updates to its Messenger app portends e-commerce to be enabled within messages, featuring integrated buy buttons and e-commerce features for businesses.
Wal-Mart’s $3.3 billion acquisition of Amazon rival Jet.com is all the talk of the business world this week. How will it work?
Online sales in Australia have grown 13.5% in the financial year ending June 2016, surpassing $20 billion according to the NAB Online Retail Sales Index.
Nerd news alert! The value attributed to Top Level Domains has reached a new peak, with the rights for .web bought by Verisign at auction for a record $135 million.
It’s been a rough ride for public Australian e-commerce businesses in the past 12 months, and Temple & Webster has had it as tough as any, with shares falling from the IPO price of $1.10 to as low as 15 cents. But, the business is now “back on track”, according to the CEO.
The wave of global technology consolidation continues, as Oracle buys NetSuite for US$9.3 billion to boost its cloud offering.
A new study by online measurement supplier Hitwise shows that more than half of online retail searches take place no on handheld devices.
Talk to the hand! A new report from commerce solutions provider Demandware suggests that mobiles have officially just overtaken desktops as the leading traffic source for e-commerce sites.
Internet pioneer Yahoo! has been acquired by US telco Verizon for US$4.8 billion, joining stablemate AOL and ending a romantic era.