(Reuters) – Most buyers prefer to be left alone as they shop in store for items like apparel and prefer to use in-store technology for customer service over personalized attention from store employees, according to a new study.
From Reuters: Technology News: Amazon tracks repeat shoppers for line-free Seattle store – and there are many
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc is tracking how regularly customers shop at its store without checkout lines in Seattle – and so far, the verdict is they keep coming back.
From Reuters: Technology News: Alibaba to invest extra $2 billion in Lazada in aggressive Southeast Asian expansion
BEIJING (Reuters) – Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said it will invest an additional $2 billion in Southeast Asian e-commerce firm Lazada Group and replace its chief executive, consolidating its control over the firm as it targets an aggressive expansion i…
(Reuters) – Apple Inc is developing its own MicroLED device displays and has made small numbers of the screens for testing, Bloomberg reported on Sunday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc. is for the first time creating its own device displays, according to a Bloomberg News report on
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Several U.S. Republican lawmakers expressed concern over privacy violations on Sunday after media reports that a political consultancy that worked on President Donald Trump’s campaign gained inappropriate access to 50 million Fac…
LONDON (Reuters) – The global watchdog that drove through a welter of banking and market reforms after the financial crisis said it will pivot more toward reviewing existing rules and away from designing new ones.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Desilu Studios plans to go public in the United States as a second stage of a proposed acquisition of Israeli technology start-up Vonetize.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – A unit of Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has submitted an application to raise 10 billion yuan ($1.6 billion) through an issuance of asset-backed securities.
(Reuters) – Chinese video streaming service provider iQiyi Inc, a unit of search engine giant Baidu Inc , has launched an initial public offering in New York worth up to $2.4 billion, seeking to expand its range of content.