For the time being, brick-and-mortar retailers don’t seem to have to worry too much about two of the most hyped, potentially “game changing” options in e-commerce.
Some tax ‘loopholes’ are legal, but could nonetheless hurt firms’ image with consumers.
Eye-candy meets e-commerce at Tapiture, one of many sites focused on men.
San Francisco startup Uber’s ‘black-car’ mobile app has been a big hit with riders and drivers. But the company is running into a snarl of traffic as it tries to extend its service to New York City taxi-cabs.
If you’ve done any shopping online, you probably know the feeling: You pick out, say, a pair of shoes online, put them in your virtual shopping cart, but then for some reason change your mind. Afterwards, it seems that every site …
The mobile payments/digital wallet drama now unfolding is fascinating for three reasons: First, paying with your mobile phone is the most fundamental shift in retail commerce since the credit card was invented 60 years ago. …