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  • eBay pours more money into India

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    eBay pours more money into India

    The company led a funding round that raised about $133.8 million for Indian online marketplace Snapdeal. EBay had previously invested $50 million in the e-marketplace. The news comes days after an eBay acquisition and amid an ongoing feud with shareholder Carl Icahn.

    Posted 02/27/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The company led a funding round that raised about $133.8 million for Indian online marketplace Snapdeal. EBay had previously invested $50 million in the e-marketplace. The news comes days after an eBay acquisition and amid an ongoing feud with shareholder Carl Icahn.
  • In India, a power systems company gets marketing help from PrintBindaas.com

    / B2B

    In India, a power systems company gets marketing help from PrintBindaas.com

    PrintBindaas works with Xerox technology to produce and distribute a wide range of printed marketing materials that customers order over the web. For electric power-generation products provider Su-Kam Power Systems Limited, the service helps it manage nationwide marketing campaigns.

    Posted 02/25/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    PrintBindaas works with Xerox technology to produce and distribute a wide range of printed marketing materials that customers order over the web. For electric power-generation products provider Su-Kam Power Systems Limited, the service helps it manage nationwide marketing campaigns.
  • / E-Commerce

    Diving deeper on emerging e-commerce markets

    In early-stage e-commerce markets more web retailers are investing in logistics, regulations are in flux and a good local lawyer is a necessity, says Forrester analyst Zia Daniell Wigder.

    Posted 02/25/2014Zia WigderPost a comment

    In early-stage e-commerce markets more web retailers are investing in logistics, regulations are in flux and a good local lawyer is a necessity, says Forrester analyst Zia Daniell Wigder.

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