Tech pureplay retailer Newegg was taken down by hackers last night as part of an extortion attempt.
YouTube has debuted a new ad unit, Shopping Ads, which allows advertisers on Google’s video service to place e-commerce functionality within popup ads.
Six months ago new payments service AfterPay made its debut, and befitting an April Fools’ Day announcement, it sounded far too good to be true: an online payments platform that allowed customers to defer payment for their purchase for another day.
When Amazon Dash debuted earlier this year, the news seemed far too good to be true. A physical button located in your home to place an order for goods online to be home delivered as you run out of them? It had to be an April Fools’ joke, surely.
Australian homewares retailer Temple & Webster has relaunched its recently purchased Wayfair Australia with fresh new branding and positioning.
Major group-buying company Groupon has revealed its plans to shed 1100 workers over the next year as part of a global restructure, as revealed in an SEC filing released yesterday.
After two years of taking on Amazon with its subscription book service, Oyster is throwing in the towel, telling customers the company will spend the next several months ‘taking steps into the sunset’.
Adore Beauty Founder Kate Morris shares her insights on how to delight customers, achieve rapid growth and the importance of choosing the right ERP.
Etsy is channelling Alibaba and Google with ambitious plans rolling out for a marketplace to match sellers with manufacturers, plus same day city delivery.
Amazon dash buttons, which hit the market as a beta version five months ago at a price of $4.99, are now free for Amazon Prime members, ushering in a potential revolution in home shopping.