It may not seem as if consumers are feeling good about spending at the moment, but a new study on Wednesday showed that consumer confidence in the UK increased during July, albeit the rise only taking it to -11.
The German consumer goods company has announced the official opening of its Experience Center at its Consumer Products HQ in Stamford, Connecticut, an interactive destination for the group’s strategic retail partners.
Companies that embed Facebook’s “Like” button on their websites allowing users’ personal data to be transferred to the U.S. social network can be held liable for collecting the data, Europe’s top court said on Monday.
San Francisco-based Bolt, an ‘Amazon-style’ online payment solution specialist, recently completed a second funding round, increasing the total amount of finance raised since its creation in 2014 to $90 million.
WhatsApp will roll out its payments service in India this year following a year-long pilot, its global chief has said, as the Facebook-owned messaging giant taps an upsurge in digital payments in its dominant market.
Ebay said on Wednesday it would launch warehousing and shipping service for merchants selling through its platform starting next year, a new strategy that is expected to attract more sellers to the e-commerce platform.
As AR plays an increasingly important role in e-tail, Perfect Corporation has announced the launch of YouCam for Web, a self-service subscription solution allowing businesses to integrate AI and AR into their websites.
A report published on Wednesday by a parliamentary commission found that the violence linked to the ‘yellow vest’ movement has had a disastrous impact on entire sectors of France’s economy, costing billions of euros.
Instagram started hiding "likes" on its platform in Australia, Brazil and several other major markets Thursday, saying it wanted to ease pressure on users, following criticism about its impacts on mental health.