Swedish furniture and homewares retailer, IKEA, has jumped on the Royal wedding bandwagon, taking the opportunity to get clever with its Facebook strategy.
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Effective as of May 21, John Dixon has left his post as Woolworths South Africa’s regional Australian CEO, the company citing ‘corporate restructuring’ as the reason for his sudden departure.
The latest PayPal mCommerce Index: Trends Report 2018 has revealed that 67 percent of consumers browse online stores on their mobile for “fun” rather than actual shopping.
Adobe Systems Inc. has agreed to a $1.68 billion deal to purchase Magento, as it strives to compete with the likes of Salesforce.com and Oracle Corp in the e-commerce sphere.
A 10 percent stake in Specialty Fashion Group recently changed hands, as one mystery investor has reportedly sold off a line of 19 million shares.
Following the fall of its American and UK counterparts, Toys ‘R’ Us Australia has fallen into voluntary administration after the global toy retailer failed to find a buyer for its Australian operations.
Toys R Us is having a fire sale to raise funds following its bankruptcy in the US, UK and Ireland, but some of the items its selling are a little less PG than its hoards of wholesome children’s toys.
In a shock statement, Treasurer Scott Morrison has referred to a levy on digital advertising as “inevitable”, reports say.
After losing out on a deal to purchase a stake in Flipkart, Amazon has reached out to remote Indian communities to gain greater control of the country’s e-commerce market.
Bicycles Online has opened a new office and warehouse in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, with James Griffin MP and Northern Beaches Mayor, Michael Regan both in attendance to cut the ribbon.