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Asia beating global peers on digital engagement
Asia has become the centre of global economic growth and by embracing digital, it will continue to lead global economic growth over the coming decade.
Telkom, eBay’s e-commerce arm Blanja.com moves to claim e-commerce throne
Although fairly quiet since its launch in 2014, Blanja.com is now ready to join the race, with a focus on increasing awareness and building trust.
Google stamps its enterprise credentials with 4 new customers
After helming Google’s cloud division for over a year, Google Inc’s cloud chief Diane Greene declared that the search giant is more ready to serve enterprises than before.
SMEs weathering the economic storm, thanks to e-commerce: eBay
E-commerce may be going through the doldrums, but South-East Asian SMEs can still use e-commerce as a lever to level up, says an eBay executive.
ShopBack stays ahead of the game with ‘giant partners’
The online cashback concept is already popular in the UK and US, and ShopBack wants to scratch that itch in South-East Asia, believing that its partnerships with e-commerce giants like Taobao and eBay are key.
TradeGecko integrates with eBay’s Magento e-commerce platform
Singapore-based inventory management provider TradeGecko said it has integrated its solution with Magento, which claims to have 200,000 businesses on its e-commerce platform.
eBay's denial aside, it's still Malaysian user data
eBay has denied that data claiming to be from its database breach being offered online were legitimate accounts, but the fact remains that the leaked data contains details of over 10,000 Malaysian consumers. CSM said it is investigating this, reports Gabey Goh.
eBay hack: Offer of Malaysian account details not authentic (Update 2)
Following the disclosure by online marketplace eBay this week that hackers had gained access to the personal data of customers, offers to sell the data have surfaced with a sample of 10,000 Malaysian accounts as proof, but the company denied this information was authentic.
Jack Ma’s US inspiration set path to Alibaba IPO
Alibaba is China’s largest online retailer, and Jack Ma’s US-inspired brainchild is readying for an initial public offering in New York that could raise as much as US$20 billion, potentially making it the largest IPO there ever, writes Lulu Yilun Chen of Bloomberg News.
Terms, contract law and consumer rights in e-commerce
E-commerce sites are mushrooming in Asia, where consumers are tech-savvy and are actively spending their money across various digital channels via a plethora of next-generation communication devices. While transactions between buyers and sellers happen online, it becomes crucial for the web businesses to have the right set of website terms in place, writes Rahul Dev.
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