Forbes’ 2016 Global 2000 list shows e-commerce players like Alibaba and Amazon rising fast through the ranks of the world’s most powerful companies.
Google recently announced some new artificial intelligence-driven products including a AI-powered messaging app, and retailers should be paying attention.
In what may be the e-commerce tech launch of the year, Myer and eBay have revealed the world’s first fully functional virtual reality department store.
PayPal announces strong Q1 results, with total payment volume topping analyst expectations, and revenue and customer accounts growing strongly.
eBay Australia has announced a new pilot in partnership with Woolworths that allows eBay sellers to drop off parcels for delivery through participating Woolworths stores.
As eBay increasingly caters to larger retail brand names, it’s important for retailers of all sizes to be aware of their strengths when selling on eBay.
PeSA Australia has separated from the Internet Conference, launching its own website and appointing former eBay executive, Tim Davies, as President.
Iconic Aussie retailer Myer has launched an eBay shopfront in what looks to be part of the department store’s ongoing digital development strategy.
PayPal has launched a closed beta of its newest product, PayPal Commerce, which helps merchants integrate buy buttons into social media, emails, blogs and more.
eBay CEO, Devin Wenig, has outlined plans designed to return the marketplace giant to growth, which include major platform changes and the pursuit of acquisitions.