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3 December 2013 40 shares 54 View comments A shady online marketplace that anonymously sold drugs and guns has virtually disappeared, leaving illegal vendors believing they've been scammed out of as much as $100 million. Sheep Marketplace emerged as
The Company's online marketplace enables local merchants and consumers to connect, share information and conduct business...For more information on 58.com, please visit http://www.58.com . Safe Harbor Statements This press release contains forward-
PLC are among those moving in to take advantage of Russia's increasingly wealthy and Internet-savvy population of some 143 million. Online marketplaces and retailers are looking to largely untapped.
Each of them also followed the heavyweights Amazon and Ebay, and each of them share something else in common: Their success stems from the simple fact that each one removed friction in a market by aggregating supply and demand in a user-friendly way.
Cumbersome, non-user friendly websites have become a headache for today's online classified shoppers...One company, Zoomela.com, is leading the charge to end the boring, confusing, unmanageable marketplace websites of the past. Quite simply, Zoomela
The company announced that it has priced its initial public offering (IPO) of 11 million American Depositary Shares (ADSs), each representing two Class A ordinary shares of the company, at $17 per ADS for a total offering size of $187 million. "There
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Etsy, the popular online marketplace for vintage and handmade goods, is updating its policies to allow sellers to hire staff, use shipping services and apply to have their products made by manufacturers. The New York-based company known for
Steven Cox started an Internet business in part to keep the most talented member of his local rock band from giving up on music. The drummer, who had an advanced degree in music, couldn't support himself playing gigs...He was trying to buy a house
Wren Maczka was nervous about putting the first pairs of arm warmers and fingerless gloves on her Etsy shop that mostly sold trim and lace. "I knew I liked my stuff. And I knew my friends liked my stuff," said Maczka, 29, whose Etsy shop, Zen and