Posts tagged “E-commerce”
Savveo is a new venture being spun out of Charlotte-based OverstockAds.com. It plans to launch this fall, focusing on local advertising markets.
Google will start using "valid copyright removal notices" to rank its search results. The search giant typically ranks websites based on how many other sites link to them, on the belief that sites that get more links are more trustworthy and useful.
The sales and marketing company also has acquired more land and plans to double the size of its headquarters in South Carolina just outside of Charlotte.
Amazon adds four major labels. Songs purchased on Amazon.com have always been stored for free on its servers for playback on mobile devices. Now the online retailer will scan a person's computer and automatically match songs found there on the person's storage space in the cloud.
Nearly half of the country's states have simplified how they collect taxes in hopes of recovering an estimated $20 billion in sales taxes that go uncollected by out-of-state online merchants every year. But the nation's governors say they still need help from Congress.
"Using Windsor Circle opens your eyes to different behavior and different possibilities to leverage your marketing spend," a happy customer tells the magazine.
In a speech to China business leaders in Beijing, Greater Raleigh Chamber CEO Harvey Schmitt cites Lenovo's growing presence in the Triangle as an example of a Chinese firm's successful integration into American business and community.
Beginning Tuesday, subscribers will be able to buy weekly-changing merchandise from LivingSocial's online shop. LivingSocial says the first collection of items will relate to a trip to the beach, with toys, blankets, tent gazebos and towels included. Other themes will include things for a backyard party or back-to-school items.
ITV will utilize Intelligence Advertising for Publishers to manage and deliver online ads. It's the latest win for SAS since acquiring Raleigh-based aiMatch earlier this year.
Billionaires Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg lead the roster of executives invited to Allen & Co.'s annual media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, next week.