New Zealand adventure clothing brand Kathmandu has reported a six-month loss of almost NZ$2 million, despite strong performance through its online sales channels.
US-based transport service Uber is set to introduce a new service line to Australia; Uber Rush, a package delivery service that will eat into local brand Australia Post’s one growing segment. But AusPost might already have the solution it needs.
Amazon has been given the green light from the FAA to begin testing its delivery drones, but it might still take several years before the retailer can deliver packages from the air to customers’ homes.
In a further crackdown on spammy SEO tactics, Google has announced an impending algorithm update specifically targeting doorway pages.
Rakuten Marketing announced its acquisition of US based mobile marketing company Deep Forest Media this morning.
A collective of five major news sources have formed the Pangaea Alliance, a new programmatic sales group selling ad space for the likes of CNN, Reuters, The Economist and others.
Cosmetics firm Mary Kay Inc. has filed to sue coupon website RetailMeNot for trademark infringement after falsely listing promotions for its items on the site.
Despite rumours to the contrary, it would seem Microsoft isn’t quite ready to kill off Internet Explorer as its go-to web browser just yet.
In the wake of the $6 million acquisition of digital commerce consultancy Amblique, Chinese based solution provider eCargo has announced a number of new local clients, including the likes of Sass & Bide and The Warehouse.
Australia’s Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is investigating ways to impose the GST on online advertising sold to Australians by offshore companies such as Google.