Posts tagged “E-commerce”
Ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor is getting a new chief financial officer: Red Hat's Mark Cook. It's the second big management change for ChannelAdvisor since May. Meanwhile, the CFO who helped take ChannelAdvisor public is retiring.
Reveal Mobile turned itself inside out with a "pivot" to move the Raleigh startup in a new direction in April. And investors have rallied to the cause, pouring $750,000 into the company in an oversubscribed round. A top priority for use of the funding is hiring additional staff.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Twitter's slow user growth hurts; Yelp financials trigger share drop; CommScope sales fall from a year ago; and the Triangle Cleantech cluster adds a new member.
Raleigh-based Expion, a five-year-old social marketing firm with a high-profile list of clients and offices in the U.K. as well as China, has been acquired by San Francisco-based Sysomos. In an exclusive interview, Expion founder and CEO Peter Heffring discusses the deal.
PayPal shares jumped in its first day as a separate and publicly traded company as the firm outlined plans to capitalize on the rise of mobile payments and the growing digitization of money. And an analyst sees a lot of potential in PayPal's future.
Amazon reports that it sold more units on Prime Day Wednesday than on its biggest Black Friday ever. Triangle-based ChannelAdvisor said the Seattle retailer's sales soared 93 percent, although some customers were less than impressed with the event.
Flippze, a platform to make buying and selling items online safer for college students, begins a tour of Triangle universities today. Created by a UNCW student, Flippze has already garnered some national attention.
Winston-Salem-based promotions industry tech firm Inmar has acquired Scanner Applications of Cincinnati in a deal intended to create a single platform to tell retailers and manufacturers how their promotions are performing. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
What's the next big thing in wireless communications after 4G? 5G, of course. But right now there's a lot of myth mixed with reality. In the second of a two-part analysis, Michael Sullivan-Trainor of Technology Business Research goes inside the next communication wave. Sullivan-Trainor is the executive analyst in the telecom practice at TBR.
Person-to-person mobile payment services like PayPal-owned Venmo are catching on as a way to bypass searching for an ATM or splitting a bill on multiple cards when the dinner check comes. And they're particularly popular among millennials, a generation that seems to have their own way of doing everything.
AT&T extends DirecTV deal date; IBM chip plant sale OK'd; France detains Uber managers; Foursquare's 'mayorships;' a Novartis buy
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: AT&T extends its deal deadline for DirecTV; IBM receives final OK to sell chip plant; two Uber managers detained for questioning in France; Foursquare's "mayorships" are back; and Novartis buys a U.S. pharma firm.
Airbnb raising $1.5B as rival gets $40M; SapceX rocket explodes; Office goes Android; Facebook, Instagram updates
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Airbnb is raising $1.5 billion; a rival to Airbnb is raising $40 million; SpaceX rocket explodes; Microsoft takes Office to Android; and updates from Facebook as well as Instagram.
Monsanto eyes Bayer AG; Google's free music; Facebook value tops Wal-Mart; Netflix stock split; Amazon royalties
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Monsanto could look to buy Bayer AG if Syngenta bid fails; Google offers free music; Facebook is now worth more than Wal-Mart; Nextflix plans a big stock split; and Amazon changes royalties for authors.
MetLife played host to dignitaries and the media at its new campus in Cary, unveiling two buildings covering 427,000 square feet where some 1,000 people have already been hired. The campus, which covers 26.5 acres, overlooks Lake Crabtree.
When cars fly; iTunes vs. music industry; ChannelAdvisor's new deal; Uber wins in NYC; who will lead Twitter?
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: A Polish company unveils a car-sized jet; it's Apple vs. music industry in royalty battle; ChannelAdvisor expands Amazon support; Uber scores a victory in New York City; and who will be the next CEO at Twitter?
GSK sells 2 vaccines to Pfizer; Google 'revenge porn' crackdown; Tesla for the sky; Polish airline hack; eBay, Craigslist settle
In today's Bulldog wrapup of tech and life science news: GSK is selling two meningitis vaccines to Pfizer; Google cracks down on "revenge porn;' a Tesla for the skies?; Polish airline is hacked; and eBay settles a dispute with Craigslist.
30-minute delivery by drone?; Chimerix raises $175M; new BIO name; chips squeeze biz; Facebook's new app
In today's Bulldog wrapup of tech and life science news: Amazon foresees delivery by drones in 30 minutes; Chimerix raises $175 million in stock sale; a new name for BIO organization; new chips squeeze small businesses; and Facebook unveils new photo app.
Wilmington startup Next Glass, which matches drinkers with win based on personal tasting profiles and a data base of characteristics from tested wines, is partnering with two major retailers to offer specific choices based on store locations and online inventory.