Wal-Mart also forecast overall net sales would rise by at least 3 percent in the year ending January 2019, and said it would buy back $20 billion of its shares over the next two years.
"Talentedge is operationally profitable as of 2017, and we are targeting revenues of Rs 100 crore by the end of this fiscal," Aditya Malik, CEO and MD of Talentedge told PTI here.
The new app, available across Android and iOS platforms, provides a snapshot of trending offers, new options from the neighbourhood, and personalised suggestions for restaurants and dishes, Swiggy said in a statement.
"These homeowners and professionals expressed strong interest in helping us localize Houzz for India, and we're excited to work with them to further tailor the experience," says Adi Tatarko, CEO and co-founder of Houzz, which made the CNBC Disruptor 50 list for the third straight year.
The discounts are being offered on iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and the iPhone SE.
According to the latest Mastercard Online Shopping Survey, more than four-fifths of Indian consumers access the Internet for shopping while three-fourths tend to make online purchases using their mobile phones.
India's Internet economy is expected to grow from USD 100-130 billion (about 5 percent of GDP) to USD 215-265 billion (7.5 per cent) by 2020 with e-commerce and financial services projected to lead this growth, the report titled 'The USD 250 Billion Digital Volcano: Dormant No More' said.
As an American humorist said: "Fun is like life insurance; the older you get, the more it costs."
Government is all set to launch Aadhaar Pay on April 14, a payment system which will enable people to carry out bank transactions just by using their thumb impressions.
Aadhaar Pay is a payment system that will enable individuals to carry out bank transactions by using their thumb impression.
"Despite the rise of e-commerce, the physical stores still draw a significant shopping crowd. In fact, 91 per cent of all retail sales are still being generated in brick-and-mortar stores," the study released by Zebra Technology said today.
A nominal year-on-year expenditure growth of 12 per cent in the country is more than double the anticipated global rate of 5 per cent and will make the country the third-largest consumer market by 2025 at USD 4 trillion, says a BCG report.
It pegs nominal year-on-year expenditure growth at 12 percent, more than double the anticipated global rate of 5 percent making India the third-largest consumer market by 2025.
The move will help in checking delayed submission of the confidential reports and claims of bias in giving low ratings to an officer to affect his or her career growth.
Every Valentine‘s Day our phones are flooded with messages on discounts on food, jewellery, gift cards, toys and the list is endless. But an important trend to watch out for in the last few years is the rise of e-shoppers.
"NowFloats has closed series B funding of USD 10 million via Iron Pillar and IIFL (Seed Ventures Fund I and Cash Opportunities Fund), along with Blume Ventures and Omidyar Network, who had invested in series A as well," it said in a statement.
Droom is expected to touch net annual revenues of Rs 60-75 crore by March 2017 with an annualised GMV in the range of INR 2,500-3,000 crore, Droom said in a statement.
Under its 'Udhaar' programme, Just Buy Live offers small retailers structured credit between Rs 2 lakh and Rs 50 lakh.
After petrol and diesel, buying and paying for cooking gas (LPG) online will get consumers a discount of Rs 5 per cylinder.
Google's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai will announce some key initiatives for Indian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) tomorrow as part of the tech giant's efforts to bring more businesses online in the country.
Over 4,000 products under 86 different categories, besides hiring of transport services, are now available on the government's e-marketplace (GeM), the Commerce Ministry today said.
The company had logged a loss of Rs 36 crore in 2014-15, the Rocket Internet-backed Foodpanda said in a statement.
The pain of the demonetisation drive seems to be reducing, says George Alexander Muthoot, MD of Muthoot Finance. He expects no de-growth in this quarter and has a growth target of 18-20 percent as things get better.
The Government's demonetisation move and the subsequent cash crunch has "hit" the business jet operators in the country with some of them witnessing cancellations though not significant, according to an industry executive.
Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail's clothing brand Peter England aims a turnover of Rs 1,600 crore in the next four years on the back of expansion in sales network and growth in online sales.