Posts tagged “E-commerce”
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.
On Thursday, ChannelAdvisor put to rest rumors about an IPO by filing the papers to go public. But the final piece to the IPO puzzle was really put in place last November with the hiring of veteran Chief Financial Officer John Baule. And ChannelAdvisor is paying him a lot for his work.
Google is expanding in ecommerce to compete with Amazon.com Inc., the world's largest online retailer, as it seeks to step up growth and lessen its dependence on Web search, which now accounts for most of revenue.
EBayis overhauling fees for sellers for the first time since 2010, seeking to reduce costs and make pricing less complicated as it competes with bigger rival Amazon.com.