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Posts tagged “E-commerce”

Updated November 26, 2012

Premium Lock Black Friday lesson? Mobile shopping is a growing force

Data and analysis from ChannelAdvisor's Scot Wingo in the Triangle and from IBM shows mobile shopping is becoming much more popular - and not just on Black Friday.

Tracking Cyber Five data Tracking Cyber Five data

Updated November 26, 2012

Premium Lock Mobile shoppers help drive Black Friday growth, IBM says

Big Blue blog: Overall Black Friday online sales grew some 17 percent over 2011, and a big reason is mobile shoppers who made up 16 percent of sales, a big jump from 10 percent the previous year.

Mobile commerce boosts Black Friday. Mobile commerce boosts Black Friday.

Updated November 26, 2012

Premium Lock Black Friday a good day for ecommerce: Sales surge 21%

Big Blue blog: A report from IBM finds that Black Friday sales surged 21 percent over 2011 and Thanksgiving Day sales online jumped 17 percent.

Tracking sales by the minute at IBM Tracking sales by the minute at IBM

Updated November 26, 2012

Premium Lock Online home good sales lead Black Friday charge, report finds

Big Blue blog: Home good sales surge more than 28 percent over last year, IBM says. Department store and apparel sales also jump in double digits.

Where money was spent Where money was spent

Updated November 23, 2012

Premium Lock ArgyleSocial replaces one of its founders as CEO

Adam Covati replaces Eric Boggs as chief executive officer at Durham startup ArgyleSocial. The two had co-founded the venture-backed startup.

A sample of ArgyleSocial's technology A sample of ArgyleSocial's technology

Updated November 23, 2012

Premium Lock Holiday ecommerce sales off to sluggish start

Black Friday Amazon gets off to a slow start but eBay shows strength as search shopping jumps, but comparison shopping engines face challenges, notes ecommerce executive Scot Wingo.

November 19, 2012

Premium Lock Most ecommerce froth since 2000 stirs investor doubt

ecommerce     After pouring more money into retail startups in the third quarter than in any period since the dot-com bust in 2000, venture capitalists concerned over the formation of an e- commerce bubble are balking at deals they consider overpriced. The valuations in recent funding rounds and executive exits suggest investors are no longer willing to sink cash into online stores that don't have proven growth prospects.

Updated November 16, 2012

Premium Lock Veteran VC Jeff Clark 'touched and honored' by SEBIO award

CED's "Start Something" Blog: Triangle life-science companies won four of the five major awards at SEBIO. Jason Parker talked with Jeff Clark of Aurora Funds, who won the top individual honor.

Jeff Clark of The Aurora Funds, left, with fellow VC Jason Caplain Jeff Clark of The Aurora Funds, left, with fellow VC Jason Caplain

Updated November 16, 2012

Premium Lock In the news: NetApp and Cisco buys; Red Hat investment; Apple, AT&T

Bulldog Inside the Bulldog Blog: NetApp and Cisco make acquisitions; Red Hat invests in a startup; Apple buys Nortel patents; AT&T expands its roaming plans.

November 15, 2012

Premium Lock SciQuest hires industry vet to lead marketing, communications

SciQuest Cary-based SciQuest says has hired Stacy West, a 25-year communications veteran, as vice president of marketing and communications.

November 15, 2012

Premium Lock ChannelAdvisor names chief financial officer, new board member

ChannelAdvisor's new logo ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor, which has been rumored to be considering an IPO, names a chief financial officer and expands its board.

November 14, 2012

Premium Lock VC to entrepreneurs: Go-to-market goal is to 'be lazy' in targeting

CED's "Start Something" Blog: If launching a new product, said Maxwell, the key is to find and identify a particularly well defined narrow universe of buyers. In other words, "why sell to multiple segments when you can sell to a real narrow market successfully," says venture capitalist Scott Maxwell.

Hold on to your dollars Hold on to your dollars

Updated November 12, 2012

Premium Lock In the news: Cree; Tekelec; Dex One; BioCryst; Scynexis; Tengion

Bulldog Inside the Bulldog Blog: Tekelec wins mobile award; BioCryst drug shows promise against yellow fever; Cree's new power module; Dex One wins marketing award; Scynexis compound could boost hepatitis C fight; Tengion secures patent.

November 11, 2012

Premium Lock Apple, HTC settle patent dispute that threatened device shipments

Legal ruling Apple and HTC Corp. have settled all global lawsuits and signed a 10-year licensing agreement, ending a dispute that threatened their shipments of mobile devices.

November 9, 2012

Premium Lock In the news: SciQuest; Cempra; ATTUS; ChannelAdvisor; Belk; Tranzyme

Bulldog Inside the Bulldog Blog: Revenues surge at SciQuest; Cempra reports earnings; ATTUS cracks down on fraud; ChannelAdvisor expands service offerings; Belk extends ecommerce services contract; Tranzyme reports loss.

Updated November 9, 2012

Premium Lock Daily deal frenzy ending? Groupon coupon demand slides

Groupon Groupon, which has lost 80 percent of its value since holding an initial public offering a year ago, is struggling to offset the declining popularity of daily deals.

November 8, 2012

Premium Lock Ancestry.com CEO, a Morehead Scholar at UNC, highlights Internet Summit

Internet Summit Tim Sullivan, chief executive officer at Ancestry.com which is being acquired by investors for $1.6 billion, highlights the closing day speaker lineup at the Internet Summit in Raleigh.

November 7, 2012

Premium Lock Skin in the game: For startups, investing, sacrifice, taking risks are essential

At the Startup Summit, four founders and CEOs of emerging companies share their secrets to building potentially successful ventures - from investing their own money to being brave enough to take risks.

Taking risks Taking risks

November 7, 2012

Premium Lock Nearly 2,000 people to pack Internet Summit in Raleigh

Internet Summit The Startup Summit on Tuesday kicked off three days of Internet and high-tech business and strategy in Raleigh. The main event opens today with a crowd of nearly 2,000 people expected.

November 7, 2012

Premium Lock Apple, Google, AOL come up losers in patent trials

Legal ruling Apple is told to pay $368 million in a patent suit about video calling technology, and Google as well as AOL lose a patent case about search engine ad patent.

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