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In the heart of New Delhi’s largest wholesale bazaar, merchants who normally compete with each other have united against a common enemy.
Black Friday hit a record US$7.4bil (RM30.9bil) in US online sales as many shoppers spent the day clicking instead of lining up to buy.
Before Clive Tyldesley clambers up to the Old Trafford gantry and picks up his microphone to be part of a landmark week in Premier League broadcasting, he reminisces about being silenced in stadiums.
People say they no longer watch TV commercials. And yet, hundreds appear to have scrutinised an ad from interactive-workout company Peloton with an intensity so vigorous it threatens to overwhelm the Web.
Billionaire Googlers Larry Page and Sergey Brin aren’t the only technology chiefs heading for the exits.
On-time delivery rates fell for Amazon.com Inc van drivers during the week ended Dec 7, when the world's top online retailer was slammed with record Cyber Monday orders and regional winter storms, consulting firm ShipMatrix said on Dec 11.
Apple Inc avoided 15% tariffs on its most important products, the iPhone, iPad and MacBooks, after US President Donald Trump signed off on a trade deal with China.
You almost have to wonder if Amazon.com Inc is baiting antitrust regulators.
Shortly after being named Amazon.com Inc’s global logistics chief in 2013, Dave Clark held a conference call with his new reports. During the meet-and-greet, according to a person on the call, Clark described his early-career habit of lurking in the shadows of Amazon warehouses and scoping out slackers he could fire, which earned him the nickname The Sniper.
Finland is offering a techy Christmas gift to all European Union citizens – a free-of-charge online course in artificial intelligence in their own language, officials said Dec 17.