Forbes  2 hrs ago  Comment 
Chinese e-commerce industry leader Alibaba Group has decided to hold its IPO after the U.S. Labor Day holiday after Sept. 1 instead of late July as originally planned, China’s state media reported.
SeekingAlpha  Jul 19  Comment 
By Reuben Sushman: Vipshop Holdings (NYSE:VIPS) has had an extraordinary increase in shareholder value. After beginning the year at $82.62, it closed at $198.61 on July 18 for a 140% YTD return and representing a market cap of 11.22B according the...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 18  Comment 
By Bidness Etc: By George Zack Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) is working with a few small and medium-sized enterprises to test its new Buy button. The Buy option embedded on News Feed ads and page posts will allow users to buy a product directly...
New York Times  Jul 18  Comment 
Twitter and Facebook, which are fighting for the attention of social media users and advertisers, both announced baby steps into the world of e-commerce on Thursday.
Forbes  Jul 18  Comment 
The U.S. government's legal arguments against the online bazaar Silk Road have scary implications for "legitimate" online marketplaces
Reuters  Jul 18  Comment 
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the Chinese e-commerce titan gearing up for a mammoth U.S. initial public offering, has reported a blackmail attempt by a media organization to police, the company said on its official microblog on Friday.
DailyFinance  Jul 18  Comment 
Ecwid, a leading e-commerce solution that enables retailers to add an online store to any web presence and to multiple sites simultaneously, and Endurance International Group (NASDAQ:EIGI), a leading provider of...
Motley Fool  Jul 18  Comment 
Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world, but that doesn't mean it has the most potential in the eCommerce space going forward.
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 18  Comment 
Finland-based smartphone company, Jolla, has signed an agreement with, India's largest e-commerce marketplace, to launch its handsets in the country. Jolla runs on independent operati...
Forbes  Jul 17  Comment 
E-commerce is the next big frontier for social media companies, and Facebook crossed it -- again.

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