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Posts tagged “E-commerce”

March 21, 2013

Premium Lock Lulu's restructuring turns the page with new hires, new services

Lulu Self-publisher Lulu has made a flurry of new management hires as the company shifts strategy and prepares for a rollout of new products and services.

Updated March 20, 2013

Premium Lock eBay overhauls sellers fees to compete with Amazon

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.

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March 18, 2013

Premium Lock AT&T hacker gets 3-year sentence in iPad breach case

Apple's iPad A man convicted of illegally gaining access to AT&T's servers and stealing more than 100,000 email addresses of iPad users has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Updated March 18, 2013

Premium Lock Dex One, SuperMedia file for bankruptcy to complete merger

Dex One Yellow pages directory publishers Dex One and SuperMedia are reorganizaing under bankruptcy protection in order to complete their merger.

March 15, 2013

Premium Lock Dex One shareholders approve SuperMedia merger

Dex One Cary-based Dex One, a provider of yellow pages and Internet advertising services, is one step closer to moving its headquarters to Texas.

Updated March 15, 2013

Premium Lock Thryv's software muscles into crowded fitness market

Durham startup Thryv has software that allows users to plan workouts and track progress over time. This personal fitness record can be shared with the user's network of friends, teammates or trainers.

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March 13, 2013

Premium Lock More youth use smartphones as route to web

Is iPhone 5 just too much? A new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project finds that 78 percent of young people, ages 12 to 17, now have cellphones. Nearly half of those are smartphones, a share that's increasing steadily -- and that's having a big effect on how, and where, many young people are accessing the Web.

March 11, 2013

Premium Lock State of Technology conference focuses on tech savvy customers

NCTA conference The North Carolina Technology Association's annual "State of Technology" conference next month features a program centered on helping businesses "identify, secure and keep" customers.

Updated March 11, 2013

Premium Lock Online retailers can convert abandoned carts into sales - Here's how

ecommerce      If you've ever added items to an online shopping cart, only to leave them there indefinitely, know that you're not alone. A recent study from Milo shows that more than half of all online transactions (67 percent, to be precise) are never completed, resulting in what the industry has deemed "abandoned" shopping carts. Here are suggestions on how to deal with the problem.

Updated March 11, 2013

Premium Lock Smart execs think 'omni-channel' - not online or offline

Three Ships Media Analysis: I am energized about how digital media is pushing businesses to get better both online and off. When business leaders ask the right questions about how they make their companies better, I remember why I do what I do.

March 8, 2013

Premium Lock Looking for Apple bargains? Check out its refurb offers at eBay

Consumer website DealNews recently discovered that several Apple items on the eBay store have dropped to prices that are lower than what the Apple Store charges, in some cases by a significant margin.

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Updated March 7, 2013

Premium Lock Two senators blast IBM for changes in employee 401(K) plans

Virginia Rometty Big Blue employees angry about changes in their 401K plans have picked up support from two heavyweight allies in seeking the reversal of those moves: Two U.S. Senators.

March 6, 2013

Premium Lock Online payment startup Spreedly pivots to new focus

Online payment startup Spreedly this week unveiled a new web site and a new business focus. The Durham startup offers a way for businesses to store credit cards in a "vault" in the cloud. But that wasn't the company's focus upon launching in 2008.

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Updated March 6, 2013

Premium Lock SciQuest CEO Wiehe's 2012 executive compensation tops $1.9M

Stephen Wiehe Stephen Wiehe, who joined the company in 2001, could earn $316,000 in bonuses this year. The Cary e-procurement firm is forecasting 30 percent growth this year.

Updated March 6, 2013

Premium Lock Dex One fights delisting threat by New York Stock Exchange

Dex One Cary-based Dex One, a provider of yellow pages and Internet advertising services, says it is appealing a decision by the NYSE to delist its stock.

February 28, 2013

Premium Lock Groupon CEO out; Facebook buys Microsoft ad biz; Google keeps cash; iTune U downloads top 1B

Bulldog Bulldog Blog: Struggling Groupon ousts its CEO; Microsoft parts with ad business Atlas; Google keeps cash for acquisitions; Apple says iTune U downloads top billion.

February 28, 2013

Premium Lock Grifols profits surge; LinkedIn shares climb; Groupon tumbles; EU pursues Google

Bulldog Bulldog Blog: Pharma giant Grifols reports jump in profits; LinkedIn growth sparks stock; Groupon shares fall on earnings miss; EU data watchdogs pursue Google.

Updated February 26, 2013

Premium Lock Duke CMO study: Marketing execs to double social media spending

In the next five years chief marketing officers plan to double their spending on social media as a percentage of their marketing budgets, according to a Duke University survey of top marketing executives at 468 U.S. firms.

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February 26, 2013

Premium Lock Apple to pay $100M in iTunes credits to settle kids gaming suit

iTunes gift card Apple has agreed to give more than $100 million in iTunes store credits to settle a lawsuit alleging that the iPhone and iPad maker improperly charged kids for playing games on their mobile devices.

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