News and Articles About Ecommerce
Sift Science is a cloud-based service that tracks consumer e-commerce behavior patterns and assigns every user a "fraud score."
Consider these four options for selling your wares on the world's biggest social network.
The innovative cosmetic e-commence site, Birchbox is many things. For consumers, it's a chance to sample new products for a small fee and to replenish products they already enjoy, and for the founders, it's a platform that connects consumers and brands.
The custom retailer doubled revenues in a year. The secret to its success? Tailor fitting the shopping experience to fit every man individually.
Wanelo is a online community of people who can link to products they like and share them with their friends, via a corkboard-like interface similar to Pinterest.
According to a new report, the number of transactions made in online auctions is shrinking even as e-commerce grows.
Startup The Bouqs is looking to take the thorn out of online floral delivery.
A Los Angeles pet boutique needs to reposition its social-media efforts to help its business and its charitable efforts, our experts say.
Founded by a former Yahoo search and advertising executive, the startup is Marissa Mayer's 19th purchase for the tech giant.
The suit comes on the heels of a $150 million fundraising round and coincides with layoffs.
With some savvy planning, business owners can make a profit from major news events.
The plan is to expand the ecommerce site internationally.
Once a successful crowdfunding campaign ends, the pressure is on for entrepreneurs to make good on their promises. These platforms can help.
Consumers are increasingly looking to buy goods across international borders, both to save money and to gain access to a greater variety of items.
The Bangladesh garment-factory collapse has only increased consumers' interest in shopping ethically. See how retailers -- large and small -- are responding.
The company's stock is the highest it has been in nearly a decade, and has the potential to go even higher.
South Carolina's Pure Barre is using social media to expand from workout to a lifestyle brand.
The website known for its listings and reviews of local businesses is set to become an ecommerce platform.
Indiana's G Michael Salon uses makeover photos and staffer bios to shape its Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Read about how social networks are helping brick-and-mortar stores, why WeHeartIt might be the next Pinterest, chat rooms on Facebook and more social-media news.
With online sales growing, more entrepreneurs are breaking into ecommerce. Here's a look at this thriving industry.
Tapping its social-media following helped this Brooklyn restaurant survive after a hurricane.
The popular mobile-transactions startup now offers a way for companies to sell things online, too.
The popular review site introduces a new service that enables users to make transactions through their pages.
How a children's clothing company stood out in social commerce, catching the eye of prominent investors.
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