China’s government has established a dedicated “Internet Court” in Hangzhou to adjudicate on the rapidly growing number of e-commerce disputes.
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A fresh report on Australia’s digital consumers released by Ernst & Young reveals a number of insights into the expectations of consumers and the potential opportunities in digital.
The Professional eBay Sellers Alliance is expressing outrage over a recent global change to eBay’s product image policy. eBay says the change is necessary.
Is the home speaker the new smartphone? The surge in sales of speaker-based virtual assistants across the US heralds a major wave of retail disruption, one that retailers could quickly find themselves dumped by.
After acquiring New Zealand-born online retailer EziBuy in 2013, Woolworths has divested the business just ahead of June 30. Who to and how much? Read on.
Breaking News: A $100 million shareholder class action has just been filed against pureplay retailer SurfStitch in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Walmart has placed big bets on e-commerce with its recent string of acquisitions, and announced strong growth in digital sales in the retail giant’s latest market update.
How will the 2017 Federal Budget unveiled this week impact the online retail sector in Australia? Industry experts have their say.
That’s the prevailing theme at Shoptalk, a conference happening in March in Las Vegas, featuring a plethora of big name retail brands and technology players. Power Retail has the news on what the world’s major game changers are focusing on next.
Following its warning to webmasters last year, Google has this week introduced penalties for interstitial (pop-ups) appearing on mobile browsing experiences. Retailers not complying can and will now face penalties.