“These past 18 months have been hard on businesses and we’re lucky to work in the e-commerce ecosystem where we’ve experienced a huge growth both in buyers and sellers,” said Daniel Biran, who serves as Business Development Manager at eBay, … Read the rest
Apple, apparently, did not give it a chance in order to rectify any particular issue the tech giant might be experiencing. While Apple has yet to issue another statement that would clarify just … Read the rest
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. are considering moves to gradually open up their services to one another, as Beijing’s tech crackdown makes it harder for China’s two online giants to maintain the virtual barriers they have built-in recent … Read the rest
Christie’s sold 7 of the 12 most expensive artworks sold at auction in H1 2021, including the top two lots: Pablo Picasso’s monumental masterpiece Femme assise près d’une fenêtre was the first work to be sold at auction over $100 … Read the rest
Changes to global tax regulation not only affect what companies have to pay but also shape the structure of their operations, including where they are based or where they store their intellectual property rights.
On Monday, Cuban authorities were blocking Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Telegram said Alp Toker, director of Netblocks, a London-based nonprofit internet monitoring group. “This does seem to be a response to the social media-fueled protest,” he said. Twitter did not
John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Brian Feroldi owns shares of Amazon. Brian Stoffel owns shares of Amazon. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends … Read the rest
According to different observers, e-commerce sales grew 39-44% last year. Others foresee a further decline from this year’s first quarter as more brick-and-mortar retail establishments reopen from the post-pandemic lockdowns and restricted operations, and people seek ways of entertaining themselves … Read the rest
SINGAPORE—China’s regulatory action against Didi Global Inc. threatens to impinge on the Chinese ride-hailing behemoth’s growth as it faces increasing competition at home and struggles to expand into new countries and new lines of business.
South Korea is becoming a hotbed of big technology startups.
New businesses are emerging in areas such as biotechnology, ride-hailing, and online payments, and South Korea now has 10 unicorns, or young private companies worth more than $1 billion, according … Read the rest