Tag Archives: Electronic commerce

03Aug/15

B&N Education’s anti-Amazon strategy

(Reuters Business Report) – Barnes and Noble Education making its debut on the New York Stock Exchange. The spinoff of the bookstore chain’s college bookstore business having a tough first day of trading. The stock, ticker BNED, under pressure.
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06Jul/15

All quiet on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)

(Reuters Business Report) – They traded everything, from corn and soybeans to crude oil futures, shouting orders and making trades. But for Chicago futures traders, as of Tuesday morning, the floor of the CME will be quiet. Open outcry ended at the closing bell on Monday, capping a 167 year run in the city where it was born.
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19May/15

Alibaba’s Jack Ma says Kering lawsuit “regrettable”

The founder of Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd Jack Ma says a lawsuit by a group of luxury goods makers owned by Kering SA accusing the Chinese e-commerce giant of being a conduit for counterfeiters to sell goods was “regrettable”.

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02Mar/15

Visa and Samsung Bring Mobile Payments to the New Samsung Galaxy S6

Visa technology facilitates secure consumer payments with the new Samsung Galaxy S6
Mobile payment service by Samsung available in the U.S. starting summer 2015
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02Mar/15

Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture Develop Connected Car Commerce Experience

Leading global brands combine innovative payment and mobile technologies to create in-car purchase experiences that are secure, convenient and easy
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