Lawmakers next week are likely to force Chinese companies with shares traded on American exchanges to finally comply with audit-oversight rulesor leave U.S. markets altogether.
Retail titans can capitalize on the pandemic-driven surge in e-commerce by revving up their online-advertising plans.
Logistics payrolls soared in October as inventory restocking after coronavirus lockdowns and strong online sales fueled a hiring surge at distribution and transport companies.
The extraordinary move to suspend the $34 billion initial public offering of Ant Group, the online-finance operation carved out of Alibaba, caps a tug of war between billionaire Jack Ma and Chinas top regulators.
Since creating a special section on its mobile app to house high-end fashions in September, the e-commerce giant has amassed just a handful of big brands.
Amazon.com online orders continue to surge during the pandemic, with the e-retail giant projecting a bumper end to the year as it posted strong third-quarter earnings.
The financial-technology company part-owned by Alibaba Group is set to raise at least $34.4 billion through dual listings in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Changes in distribution strategies may loosen the grip of UPS and FedEx on U.S. package delivery, and that may push them to look again at last-mile strategies.
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The new hires would add to the e-commerce giants hiring spree this year amid a surge in online shopping during the Covid-19 pandemicundefined.
The Shopify Fulfillment Network that handles the storing, packing and shipping of goods for online sellers enrolled more merchants and increased our fulfillment volumeby two-and-a-half times over Q1 in the second quarter, said Thomas Epting, director of the network.
A House antitrust panel this week zeroed in on Amazon.com and how the online retailer wields its market power in e-commerce to further strengthen its position.