As Walmart muscles into Indian e-commerce, the global war for retail dominance has a new battleground
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A new era of shopping is taking shape in India, as retailers—like Kishore Biyani with his Retail 3.0 strategy—look to blur the lines between their physical stores and online shopping. A glimpse into how this will change the way modern retailers operate
The gold rush in technology investing changed the way firms are valued and built. Those predicting its premature demise are likely to be proven wrong. If anything, the pace at which these firms will change the landscape around us is set to accelerate
Doreen Wang, global head of BrandZ Millward Brown, on whether China can move beyond its cheap reputation
With its recent deal, Flipkart now has not just a bigger war chest in place, but also a new set of allies that give it the heft to challenge Amazon once again. Make no mistake: it has significant implications for the future of the Indian e-commerce market
The Indian market frenzy has cooled down. And it is the perfect time for the Chinese internet giants to make their big moves. As they go head-to-head with the Silicon Valley giants, it could change the Indian internet landscape forever. The concluding part of a special two part series
The Chinese have done it again. With the Uber-Didi deal, they have shown the world how to carve out a near monopoly in urban transportation that’s also highly regulated and hugely competitive
Alibaba is tightening the screws on fake goods being sold on its e-commerce platforms, but can it really stay a step ahead of counterfeiters?
Alibaba broke all records with sales of $14.3 billion on Singles Day this year. How did it manage this amazing feat?
For e-commerce poster boys Flipkart and Snapdeal, their valuations sound unsustainable; IPO looks neither feasible nor sensible; and the Chinese may be the only ones with money and intent to invest further