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Posts tagged “E-commerce”

February 19, 2014

Premium Lock Royalty Exchange enters patent market through new partnership

Royalty Exchange Royalty Exchange says the addition of IP and patent royalties to the listings of music and entertainment assets is part of the company's long-term objective of offering a wide range of royalty revenue streams, including film, TV, books, solar energy, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals.

February 18, 2014

Premium Lock AT&T expands 4G; N.C. Clean Tech Summit; Data science fellows; SciMetrika president; King Digital IPO

Bulldog In our Bulldog Blog's latest technology news: AT&T expands 4G; Sensus chairman keynotes summit; NCDS names data science fellows; SciMetrika names new president; King Digital plans IPO.

February 18, 2014

Premium Lock Lulu expands Lulu Jr. children's line with new publishing kit

Lulu Jr.  The market for writing children's books is a big one. Self publisher Lulu believes there's no reason kids can't be the ones to write them. Read about it's latest children's product.

Updated February 17, 2014

Premium Lock Turn your photos into works of art: Raleigh startup Photofy has an app for that

Startup Photofy offers users a way to personalize and photos with words, designs and text. "It's Photoshop meets Shutterstock with professional content," says the president of the Raleigh-based firm. WRALTechWire reports the details for our Insiders in this exclusive interview.

A sample of photos turned into art by Photofy A sample of photos turned into art by Photofy

Updated February 17, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Mobile app Yillio now touting U.S. Open

ExitEvent Raleigh mobile app startup Yillio, which made a splash with its Super Bowl launch last month, announced today its second major event partnership, this time targeting the 400,000 visitors expected to visit Pinehurst and Southern Pines for the PGA Tour's U.S. Open Championship in June.

February 17, 2014

Premium Lock Kickstarter is hacked; some customer data is disclosed

Kickstarter Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler said in a blog post that hackers accessed usernames, email addresses, phone numbers and passwords. The passwords are encrypted, but the company said it's possible for a hacker to guess a weak or obvious password. It recommended that users change their passwords.

February 13, 2014

Premium Lock John Chambers: 2014 is 'inflection point' for Internet of Everything

In a conference call to discuss Cisco's latest earnings report, Chairman and CEO John Chambers took the opportunity to deliver one of his sermons about what he envisions the "Internet of Everything." He sees the IoE as a multi-trillion dollar opportunity, once which he says can make Cisco "the number one IT company."

Cisco graphic, right, shows its strategy for Internet of Things Cisco graphic, right, shows its strategy for Internet of Things

February 12, 2014

Premium Lock Lulu unveils new self-publishing product, activity lineup: Lulu Jr.

Hey, kids and parents: Lulu wants you. The Raleigh-based self-publishing firm is expanding its product portfolio with Lulu Jr., which will focus on children's books, wall art and book-making kits.

Lulu Jr.  Lulu Jr.

Updated February 10, 2014

Premium Lock With business roaring, Bronto Software opens Australia office, keeps hiring

Bronto Privately held email marketing firm Bronto Software is adding Australia to its growing operations. The Durham-based company also is looking to hire "well over" 20 people this year.

February 10, 2014

Premium Lock IPO Watch: NephroGenex, Square 1 still in pipeline as Triangle IPO surge led by ChannelAdvisor continues

Quintiles led the class of Triangle IPOs in the last year at nearly $1 billion in value, but ChannelAdvisor's stock is showing remarkable strength. In the wake of Argos' IPO on Friday, WRALTechWire updates what has happened on the stock "exit route" for regional firms and how their stocks have fared since.

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Updated February 7, 2014

Premium Lock Looking for a sales job? ChannelAdvisor is hiring at 'pretty aggressive pace'

Jobs        ChannelAdvisor increased its staff by 50 percent in 2013, and many of those jobs came in sales. The e-commerce service firm is looking to hire aggressively in 2014, says David Spitz.

Updated February 7, 2014

Premium Lock ChannelAdvisor rings up record $20.5M in 4Q revenue; staff up 50% for year

The record results exceeded ChannelAdvisor's expectations and marked the first time its sales had ever topped $20 million in a quarter. Read why ChannelAdvisor's sales are riding high.

Business booms for Scot Wingo Business booms for Scot Wingo

February 6, 2014

Premium Lock New customers, stronger sales boost SciQuest's 4Q results

SciQuest The Cary company, whose software automates spending and purchasing functions for companies, narrowed its net loss to $1.2 million compared to a $2.4 million net loss in the prior year period. The company said the results were expected and were related to costs associated with acquisitions and stock-based compensation.

Updated February 6, 2014

Premium Lock British Airways flies with Red Hat's cloud

Red Hat       The airline said it is now using Red Hat Enterprise Visualization to create its own cloud so its developers can build their own virtual machines and build and control environments as they wish.

Updated January 29, 2014

Premium Lock TiVo acquires Digitalsmiths for $135M; firm to stay in Durham

TiVo is acquiring Durham startup Digitalsmiths, which is focused on search, personal recommendations and browsing technology that provides video users from pay TV to mobile devices with catered choices. The founders are remaining with the company, and they expect almost all of their employees to join TiVo. The firm also will remain based in Durham.

Digitalsmith founders Ben Weinberg, left, and Matthew Berry Digitalsmith founders Ben Weinberg, left, and Matthew Berry

Updated January 28, 2014

Premium Lock Welcoming new startups, Launch Chapel Hill flexes its still-young muscles

Going inside Launch Chapel Hill: The year-old new business accelerator welcomes another group of companies as some "graduates" move on. So what's the story behind the young venture that is backed by UNC-Chapel Hill? Entrepreneurs and program manager Dina Mills provide insight in this exclusive story for WRALTechWire Insiders.

Inside Launch Chapel Hill Inside Launch Chapel Hill

Updated January 21, 2014

Premium Lock With royalty sales topping $1M, Royalty Exchange starts 2014 listing 3 Doors Down

Royalty Exchange The Royalty Exchange, a two-year-old Raleigh-based startup that auctions rights to song royalties through online auctions, is getting 2014 off to a rocking start with 3 Doors Down.

January 20, 2014

Premium Lock sees new market in Bitcoins

Bitcoin   Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne says other major retailers will lose market share if they don't follow suit and accept Bitcoins, digital money that is loaded onto a virtual wallet.

January 20, 2014

Premium Lock Amazon to collect NC sales tax beginning Feb. 1    The amount of tax charged will depend on factors such as the identity of the seller, the type of item purchased and the destination of the shipment, according to the retailer. The company has not said why they changed course on charging sales tax to North Carolina customers.

Updated January 17, 2014

Premium Lock 2013 IPOs suggest exit opportunities in 2014, VCs say

State of VC - A special report: 2013 was a big year for IPOs, and venture capitalists are expecting the trend to continue. in 2014. What's driving IPO surge? What are the "hot" areas? Will biotech have another strong year? WRALTechWire Insiders. can access the details.

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