Posts tagged “E-commerce”
Apple has intensified talks with major music labels to start an advertising supported streaming-radio competitor to Pandora Media Inc. by early next year, according to people with knowledge of the negotiations. told Bloomberg news.
Amazon.com, the world's largest online retailer, reported revenue that missed analysts' estimates and posted the first quarterly net loss since 2003, hurt by higher expenses and its investment in LivingSocial.com.
Morrisville-based OnePriceTaxes strikes a partnership to reach more entrepreneurs in its efforts to provide services that help businesses focus on sales.
Triangle entrepreneur Joe Davy is launching BuyStand, an e-commerce site where shoppers can buy products at their own price. The CED's Jason Parker provides the details.
It's a shopper's nightmare: Buying something, then seeing it cheaper at another store. Thanks to price-comparison apps, there's no need to guess if you're getting the lowest price.
PayPal planning layoffs; Reading someone's Gmail doesn't violate federal statute, SC court finds; FBI warns users of malicious mobile malware; Siri hears her new boss is ex-Amazon exec.
Client growth, awards and a top IR ranking mark another successful quarter for Bronto Software. The Durham-based company also has named Erik Morse as the new Vice President of Engineering.
EBay and Amazon sales growth slowed in September, signaling that consumers may not increase holiday spending as much as expected, an analyst says. The data comes from Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisor. Plus: EBay launches a redesigned website.
Opinion: Scot Wingo, founder and CEO of global e-commerce services provider ChannelAdvisor, likes what he sees in Facebook's new "Gifts" marketplace.
As of Tuesday, Netsertive said it had wrapped up its move into a 22,000 square foot headquarters at 2400 Perimeter Park Drive in Morrisville. The firm is looking to fill 30 jobs immediately and plans to hire as many as 60 over the next year.
Scot Wingo, founder and CEO at e-commerce services provider ChannelAdvisor, should be called "Scoop" after breaking the news about a new lending program for Amazon sellers.
Based on its index study of consumer interests down to the zip code level, MaxPoint Interactive proclaims Washington, D.C. as the nation's sports and exercise hot spot.
In its second acquisition in two months, Cary-based SciQuest, a provider of e-procurement services, agrees to buy Spend Radar. The deal could be worth as much as $17.5 million.