A decade after its birth in a Brooklyn apartment, online crafting marketplace Etsy is heading for an IPO on the NASDAQ. The company values itself at around $1.7 billion, according to a regulatory filing.
Having made a name for themselves in providing an on-demand shipping service, Shyp announced on March 4 that it would now enable customers to return items bought from select retailers, fixing something the company claims was an inefficiency in the...
When Credit Karma came on the scene in 2007, it entered the startup marketplace with a fairly simply goal: help consumers better manage their financial lives by giving them truly free access to their credit reports.
Target is blurring the lines between mobile and bricks-and-mortar — a tactic that’s getting customers who use its mobile app to spend more in stores, a Target executive told a conference audience at eTail West 2015.
The Shopify point of sale app has come to the iPhone. The e-commerce software company announced this week that Shopify POS is now available for the Apple iPhone and iPad, and it is free for all Shopify merchants.
While Twitter’s mobile advertising engine, MoPub, is steadily chugging along, Facebook has taken notice, and is rumored to be launching a similar product of its own in the near future, Bloomberg reported.
Egypt is climbing out of economic troubles that have plagued the nation since the 2011 uprising, and according to reports, government procurement and business-to-business ventures are playing a crucial role in this recovery.
India-based startup happay is looking to disrupt the nation’s expense reporting segment. The company has teamed up with RBL Bank to launch a new credit card for business customers that helps organize and automate the expense reporting process.
Cybersecurity is the buzzword flooding the payments and commerce space. No matter which company, the narrative is all about security breaches and how to be proactive in combatting attacks — this includes protecting email.
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