eBay has released its financial results for the first half of 2018, revealing $2.6 billion in net revenue for the period ending June 30, 2018.
Amazon’s fourth annual Prime Day has reportedly reeled in just over $3.5 billion in sales, surpassing both Cyber Monday and Black Friday in popularity.
In the first 10 hours of the sale, small and medium businesses on Amazon raked in more than $1 billion in sales, with the marketplace seeing 10 times its average daily sales during the 36-hour event.
The US site crashes, retailers scrounge to compete, and Aussies get dealt a low blow on price. Here’s how Prime Day 2018 is tracking.
Facebook’s latest patent filing reveals plans for the social media giant to make shopping from third party suppliers through the messenger app, without being re-directed to a new site, possible.
In President Donald Trump’s latest move against China, the controversial US leader has proposed a 10 percent tariff on consumer products exported from China to America.
New research from eMarketer reveals that Alibaba’s dominance in China might not be as untouchable as it seems, as niche players start to rise up to take their share of the e-commerce pie.
Homebodii is teaming up with Australian celebrities to support The Pyjama Foundation, an organisation supporting teenagers in foster care.
eBay throws shade at Amazon in its latest move to tackle the e-commerce giant’s expansion head-on.
eBay has released a statement to members of the Professional eBay Sellers Alliance (PeSA), announcing its plans to crack down on sellers misrepresenting their location in an attempt to avoid Australia’s new online goods tax.