Flipkart, Ebay Break up & RBI Says Cash-on-Delivery is Not Authorized: 4 Things to Know Today

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  1. It seems the interest has not died down for Pinterest! According to reports, after hitting nearly $1 billion in ad sales, the company is aiming to go public by mid-2019. 
     

  2. Ebay it set to say goodbye to Flipkart. Reports suggest that the e-commerce platform is set to stop e-bay operations from August and could soon launch its own platform for the buying and selling of used goods.
     

  3. Speaking of e-commerce platforms, there’s news from the Reserve Bank of India. The RBI has said that cash on delivery deals made by e-commerce platforms are not authorized. 
     

  4. What on Earth is a Magbee you ask? Well, that’s the question on everybody’s mind today. Samsung has filed for a trademark on the word which supposedly stands for magnetic beetle. According to rumours it’s for Samsung’s AI powered speakers.

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