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Google leads Series C investment in Fynd, which gets you latest...

With 8,000-plus outlets on board, Fynd enables customers to discover fashion in real-time and know the exact specifications of the products available Fynd, an...

Indian fashion e-commerce company Myntra acqui-hires logistics tech startup InLogg

This is Myntra's fourth tech acquisition which will strengthen its supply chain and logistics capabilities Bangalore-based fashion e-commerce company Myntra today announced that it has...

ShopClues founder Sandeep Aggarwal says his co-founder wife cheated on him

Sandeep Aggarwal also said Radhika intentionally and deliberately kicked out other founding team members, changed web history, tempered with Wikipedia, and lied to the press It could not be murkier than this....

Beleaguered Snapdeal to hand pink slips to 3,000 employees: Report

This is part of the company’s cost-cutiing exercise at a time when it is struggling to raise fresh funds and grow the business, due...

Paytm raising US$200-250M from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba

Leading m-commerce platform Paytm, run by Noida-based One97 Communications, is raising investment in the range of US$200 million to US$250 million from Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba...

2016’s hottest tech industries by VC activity in India (Infographic)

Like Europe, India also had online retail and travel as the most exciting technology sectors, together amassing US$1.1 billion across 52 rounds India, the third...

Bangalore’s startup GolfLan acquires Singapore rival GolfGreedy

GolfLan plans to raise about $5M in 2017 and will invest $1M to develop the market in the Southeast Asian region over the next...

How FreshToHome scaled from just 4K customers to 85K in 15...

FreshToHome has secured multi-million dollars in angel funding from Mark Pincus, Google India chief Rajan Anandan, and Mashreq Bank’s Abdul Azeez Al-Ghurair When Shan Kadavil...

CashKaro survey: Amazon No.1 in hassle-free deliveries, Flipkart in customer care...

Desktop is still the most preferred platform for Indians to shop online, with 60% of the respondents using the same CashKaro.com has released results and infographic...

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