New York Times  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Leadership techniques that do not work. Mistakes that e-commerce sites make. And nine things not to do when trying to sell a business.  11 hrs ago  Comment 
BERLIN (dpa-AFX) - Swedish holding company Investment AB Kinnevik Wednesday said the apparel e-tailer Zalando, which has expanded to fourteen countries since its founding in Germany six years ago, is now planning to list on the Frankfurt Stock...
Motley Fool  Sep 2  Comment 
Here's what you need to know about the business of e-commerce.
Forbes  Sep 2  Comment 
As Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba prepares for what may well be the world's largest IPO, the company quietly announced technology that may well put competitors like Amazon, Google and PayPal on the back foot.
SeekingAlpha  Sep 2  Comment 
By Abe Garver: (click to enlarge) Creating a portfolio of these three long (eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY), Vistapoint (NASDAQ:VPRT) and PetMed Express (NASDAQ:PETS)) and three short (Zulily (NASDAQ:ZU), FragranceNet (OTC:FGNT) and Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN))...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 1  Comment 
By Dan Strack: "Those who don't know history are bound to repeat it." -Edmund Burke Looking back at the bubble created in the late 90s, it's almost comical how irrational exuberance took hold and led to insane valuations of internet...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 1  Comment 
By Equity Watch: Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT) is among the leading retail stores in the U.S.; consistent efforts by TGT to grow its top-line and bottom-line results through aggressive promotions in the U.S., better supply chain management and...
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 31  Comment 
There is a grave need for a well-defined legal framework to regulate e-commerce transactions to ensure consumer protection, say experts. There is a need for guidelines that make shopping on the...
Reuters  Aug 31  Comment 
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is planning to launch its New York stock market debut in the week of Sept. 8, a person briefed on the matter told Reuters on Saturday.
Wall Street Journal  Aug 30  Comment 
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba plans to launch its U.S. initial public offering, which could raise more than $20 billion, early in the week of Sept. 8.

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