Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos loves grocery shopping & household chores, says bartending is back-up career
Bezos is truly the jack of all trades.
Samsung asking retailers to register on Amazon Pay, allege cellphone shop owners
This comes at a time when the competition watchdog is invest...
Doesn't look, feel, smell right when etailer makes Rs 6K cr loss on Rs 5K turnover: Piyush Goyal
Piyush Goyal said that the e-commerce policy...
Aviation sector to be severely affected if demand collapses due to coronavirus: Ajay Singh
Coronavirus will have repercussions on the larger economy and on businesses because a lot of factories in India are dependent upon parts that are being sourced from China, says the CMD of SpiceJet.
Jeff Bezos says Amazon to invest $1 bln in digitizing SMBs in India
Amazon.com Inc will invest $1 billion in digitizing small- and medium-businesses in India and expects to export $10 billion worth of India-m...
$1 billion investment has nothing to do with discounting: Amazon India
Amazon India says prices are set by the sellers and it plays no role in that. Stating that sellers are free to set the price and provide dis...
Amazon not doing a favour by investing $1 billion: Piyush Goyal
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who is on a visit to India, said on Wednesday that Amazon will invest another $1 billion in the country to help small and medium businesses sell their products, seen as an attempt to bridge differences with brick-and-mortar retailers. The amount adds to the $5 billion Amazon has pumped into India since 2013.
Demand for Bryant memorabilia reaches fever pitch after Kobe's death; photograph sold for over $75,000
On online luxury reseller The RealReal Inc, searches for Kobe Bryant sneakers spiked about 30 times.
$1 billion investment is not to provide deep discounting or cover losses: Amazon India
After Commerce and Industry minister Piyush Goyal questioned the purpose of Amazon India’s 1 billion investments, the ecommerce giant says it is invested in the country and here for the long haul and wants to do the ‘right thing’.
Disney+ to debut in India on March 29
Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, will debut in India on March 29, confirmed the company’s CEO Robert Iger in the first quarter earnings call of 2020. In India, Disney+ will be incorporated within the existing Hotstar app, he said. Hotstar, which is the most widely used video streaming platform in India, already boasts a subscriber base of 28.6 million.
Disney Plus to foray in India with IPL via Hotstar
Disney Plus will be available via Hotstar, the video streaming service of Star India, which is owned by Disney.
Amazon moves Bengaluru HC, seeks stay on CCI's probe order
The CCI’s order came after a complaint filed by the Delhi Vyapar Mahasangh (DVM), a group representing brick and mortar small businesses.
Is your phone legally shipped but illegally sold?
According to a survey, 14% received a handset with foreign-language manual.
Corporates encourage employees to carpool, use ride share apps
A recent report by Dutch location and navigation services provider TomTom had found Bengaluru to be the most traffic-congested city in the world, followed by Mumbai, Pune and New Delhi that also finished in the top 10. Sharing commutes not only saves cost and fuel, but also reduces the stress of daily travel.
Incentives would help raise exports from India: Xiaomi
We have already started exporting from India to neighbouring countries. If everything goes right, we can think of exporting to other parts of the world. But it is a function of two things. One is standardisation, second is incentives, says Xiaomi India MD Manu Jain.
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