Online marketplace Amazon is removing Apple and Google media streaming devices from its range, citing that the competing devices “don’t interact well” with Amazon’s streaming service, Prime Video.
Predictions of stronger performance in Australian retail were on the money today, with the ABS announcing that Retail Trade figures depicted a rise of 0.4 percent in retail turnover.
After just over a year in the role, David Jones chief Iain Nairn has resigned from his position, at which he resided over a close to 30 percent jump in operating profit in the past year.
Twitter has stepped on the gas with its e-commerce ambitions, signing three new partners to its Buy Now button service that allows retailers to conduct online retail directly in customers’ Twitter feeds.
While resistance to the idea of ride-sharing services continues in New South Wales and other Australian jurisdictions, taxi alternative Uber has debuted in the nation’s capital, alongside development of new state-level laws in Melbourne and Canberra to allow for the business.
Kathmandu is handing out discounts on purchases in exchange for donating second-hand clothes to charity, in a collaboration with the Australian Red Cross.
It’s the second biggest day in the Aussie Rules calendar, and it was very nearly ruined by an e-commerce hiccup.
The weekend saw social media platform Facebook launch a wave of new advertising products, with an intended goal of snapping up television advertisers.
Despite discouragement in the form of the company’s first full year loss in thirty years, Australia Post will be looking to further expand into Asia.