Posts tagged “E-commerce”
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says Yahoo has kept a promise to slash its work force but losses keep mounting. Yahoo is "stuck in a downward spiral," says The Associated Press. Plus: A graphical view of its stock.
The North Carolina Technology Association and the BIG Council are putting on an event highlighting Charlotte's tech community, and ChannelAdvisor co-founder/angel investor Scot Wingo presents at Startup Grind to highlight upcoming tech events.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Microsoft wins a court fight over access to cloud data; more divers emojis are on their way; the classic Nintendo NES returns; and the EU steps up its fight with Google.
Alex Osadzinski is a Sun Microsystems vet, a serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley venture capitalist who moved to Cary in 2011 to invest in some companies and then "slowly fade away." Now he's a top exec at Relias Learning, which announced a huge expansion and 450 new jobs earlier this week. Why did he join the company? ExitEvent has the story. Plus: Read his bio.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Google, LinkedIn make a big land swap in Silicon Valley; Amazon's second Prime Day a bit hit; did China hack FDIC computers?; and Juno Therapeutics is sued over a leukemia drug trial.
Paul Gilster takes us to space about that new triple star system; Brooks Bell blogger discusses the risks of ecommerce personalization; Chris Heivly touts the next Jobs Under the Big Top event; and HQRaleigh confirms its expansion to Charleston, S.C.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of science and technology news: A newly discovered plant has three suns; the CEO of testing firm Theranos is suspended by feds; Wendy's provides info about what restaurants were hacked; and a big security technology merger involves Avast and AVG.
While remaining fuzzy about the details, Amazon says Raleigh residents are buying lots of bananas and other goods through its "Prime" delivery service. To celebrate Prime's growth here and elsewhere, Amazon is offering a host of specials.
New Verizon options; Wal-Mart pay by phone; hoverboard recalls (+ video); $1.3B IBM vs. Indiana fight
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Verizon revamps its wireless plans - which could save you money; Wal-Mart offers pay-by-phone; more than 500,000 hoverboards are recalled due to fire hazards; and a new judge is named in the $1.3 billion dispute between IBM and the state of Indiana.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and science news: You may be paying too much for streaming music; Netflix is coming to Comcast; a Cisco-backed tech survey says Singapore benefits most; and Vermont passes first GMO labeling law.
Economic uncertainty created by Britain's exit from the European Union, or Brexit, and the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency are driving up interest in bitcoins, according to a new report.
Triangle headlines: Brooks Bell, Chris Heivly, Lenovo, Global Knowledge, NC Research Campus, Telehealth, Sensus
In WTW's latest roundup of news and opinions from around the Triangle: Brooks Bell's blog on maximizing content; Chris Heivly on successful startup execs; Lenovo recognized as a top brand; Global Knowledge hires new execs; a new whitepaper from TeleHealth; and Sensus helps a California city save water.
Fast-growing Raleigh startup WedPics, which provides a variety of services for newlyweds, soars past the 1 million mark in weddings published. But its CEO says growth would be faster if not for what he calls the "idiotic rule."