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Never before have so many new fashion labels sprung up in Europe as online retailers try to fend off a dual threat from e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc and brick-and-mortar stores expanding their digital offerings.
Some of the biggest US corporate names offered their support – and billions of dollars in green financing pledges – to buttress the Obama administration's quest for a global agreement on combating climate change.
Japan’s largest e-commerce company is betting that it has found the key to selling clothes online: a size-measuring bodysuit and its own line of clothing.
New York court rules that Facebook users may need to submit personal photos and other information pertaining to litigation, even if they are protected by “privacy” settings.
China's logistics market reached 1 trillion yuan (RM610mil) in 2015, led by an increase in so-called storage spending that includes warehousing, processing and packaging of goods.
The US government, acknowledging its limited success in combating Islamic extremist messaging, is recruiting tech companies, community organisations and educational groups to take the lead in disrupting online radicalisation.
A Florida PI is facing criminal charges over his alleged effort to infiltrate a charity's computer network while researching whether nonprofits are financing Islamic militants, US prosecutors said.
India’s government dealt retail giants Amazon.com and Walmart a devastating blow this year with new policies undermining their growth plans. Now US social media pioneers Facebook and Twitter are in danger of suffering similar setbacks in what is perhaps the world’s most important emerging technology market.