Posts tagged “E-commerce”
New Bull City, Dave Five: In the second of a two-part first-person essay, Matthew Davis talks about the lessons he learned in the failure of GetZeek - a startup with a great idea that failed.
Talk about "pop." The Morrisville-based provider of ecommerce services went public today on the NYSE, setting a price of $14 per share on 5.75 million shares. Shares opened at $17.60 and quickly rose more than 30 percent.
The Morrisville-based provider of ecommerce services anticipates going public today on the NYSE, setting a price of $14 per share on 5.75 million shares.
In a shift, Adobe says it will not release new versions of its Creative Suite software package. Instead, the maker of Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat, is shifting focus to Creative Cloud, which makes its software available through a monthly subscription that starts at $50 for an individual if they sign up for at least a year.
The Morrisville-based company makes several changes in its SEC filing that indicate a proposed offering of stock is not generating traction among investors, sources familiar with IPO filings tell WRALTechWire. What are the changes, and what could they mean?
Receipt management company Shoeboxed has become profitable for the first time, a milestone reached in part through partnerships that introduce its software to more users.
As many as 10 million people are watching the online video service without paying, one analyst says. The company today has no restrictions on the number of PCs, tablets or phones that can use one account or the number of people who can sign in, though it limits each account to playing two video streams simultaneously.
AudienceFuel, a startup focusing on delivering "premium audiences" to online advertisers, draws financing from Raleigh-based Southern Capitol Ventures, which is very familiar with the firm's CEO.
Durham-based Appia, a fast-growing firm that works with mobile service providers, publishers and advertisers to attract new customers, secures $5 million in debt financing and will use the capital for expansion efforts.