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Foodora in Canada said it has been unable to reach a sustainable level of profitability in Canada and cannot continue operations.
This was a mixed result. Analysts on average were expecting $2.38 billion in revenues on earnings per share of $0.72.
WhatsApp would be offering personal loans to consumers or providing credit for customers looking to fund purchases through its payments platform.
Shopify has launched Shop, a consumer-facing mobile shopping app designed to create a more intuitive online shopping experience.
Walmart’s ‘Express’ grocery delivery program could make COVID-19 even harder on America’s poor(FORBES)
Walmart is now treading into a dangerous new territory where everyone is no longer afforded the same Walmart experience at a time when America needs Walmart the most.
The technology is a part of a series of seller-verification processes that Amazon uses to combat fraud on its platform, which the company claims stopped 2.5 million suspected bad actors from publishing their products to Amazon in 2019.
CEO Geoff Watts said the tranche will be put toward R&D and hiring as the company expands its global presence.
Only three provincial governments have provided details on how they will facilitate the federal government’s commercial rent relief program.
Retail is now staring at industry-wide disruption. Companies will need to change their business approaches and pivot quickly in order to stay alive.
JioMart, an e-commerce venture run by India’s most valued firm, is testing an “ordering system” on WhatsApp, teasing the first peek at the collaboration between Facebook and Indian telecom giant Reliance Jio Platforms.