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The clever tricks Target uses to get you to keep spending money

Target is known for its addictive shopping experience. But how does it convince you to spend so much money?

Singapore’s newest billionaire, Sea founder Forrest Li, says he chose his English name after watching Forrest Gump

The reason Li started up Garena in Singapore was thanks to his wife's six-year scholarship bond with local company Temasek Holdings.
Marshalls will soon start selling online.

Marshalls is making an unprecedented change to its business after long refusing to sell online

Marshalls will soon start selling online, but the assortment will be different from what you'd see in stores.
A cocktail muddler.

These are the most popular items being marketed by some of Amazon’s top-selling influencers

Amazon has a program that allows social media influencers to earn cash by promoting Amazon products. Here's some of what they're selling.

Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wrote a weird memo announcing his startup’s spirit animal, and picking the wolf because it’s ‘flow̵...

"We are building a Flow State culture" is why Tim Armstrong's new ecommerce startup likens itself to the wolf.

Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong launched a new company that wants to help Instagram brands grow and put on Coachella-like ‘experiences’

Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong's latest venture named "the dtx company" will help "empower consumers and companies to build direct relationships.”

LinkedIn just named Sarawak and Kedah Malaysia’s ‘hidden gems’ of tech talent

There is surging demand for tech talent in Malaysia, thanks to e-commerce.
UPS CEO David Abney speaking in Davos, Switzerland.

UPS CEO downplays Amazon threat and says online shopping ‘is a lot more than just Amazon’

UPS CEO David Abney said UPS remains the top choice for hundreds of thousands of e-retailers and that "e-commerce is a lot more than just Amazon."
Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon

Amazon’s Alexa could be a $19 billion business by 2021, RBC says

Amazon's Alexa could prove to be a $19 billion business by 2021, RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney said in a new report.