Posts tagged “E-commerce”
With six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and New Years in 2013, retailers were counting on getting a big boost from turkey day shoppers. Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisors reports the online "baskets" were filled,
Bitcoins, which exist as software and aren't regulated by any country or banking authority, surged to a record $1,044 today, up more than 80-fold from a year earlier. The currency has rallied on growing interest from investors in China and the U.S., while merchants are starting to accept Bitcoins for everything from Gummi bears to tuition fees.
Bull City Venture Partners's Jason Caplain is on the lookout for new tech investments. WRALTechWire caught up with him to get his thoughts on tech and investment trends.
Marketing retention software startup Windsor Circle has closed on $950,000 in new funding and as a result is making several moves targeting ways to drive more growth. WRALTechWire Insiders get the details.
Two Triangle startups were among the three winners in the Internet Summit's Startup Showdown. Learn about the technologies these companies are developing and what they get for winning the showdown.
For all its power and reach, Twitter gushes losses -- $65 million in the third quarter, nearly three times more than it lost a year ago. As Wall Street analysts size up Twitter ahead of its first public stock sale this week, more than a few are expressing concern about the company's lack of profits.
Electronic purchasing and spend management software company SciQuest (NASDAQ:SQI) reported a third quarter loss of $1.8 million, which the company attributed to the expected impact of its recent acquisitions.
Existing methods and practices to fight prescription drug abuse and diversion are outdated, said Philip Gaucher, founder and CEO of Charlotte startup VeriMed. His company is introducing new technology to clamp down on prescription drug abuse before a prescription is even filled.
As Google navigates a shift to mobile promotions from pricier search-based ads on desktops, it is relying on a simple maxim: volume, not just price. Investors like the news, sending Google shares higher.
Google is expanding its use of profile names and photos in advertisements, stepping up competition with Facebook in social marketing. But in order to do so, the Internet giant is changing its terms of service.