Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital, says even if the Fed hikes in December, the next move might be to lower interest rates again.» Read More
Kunal Bahl, Snapdeal CEO, says the firm is gaining ground on competitor Flipkart, and is starting to reap benefits from its infrastructure and platform investments.
The percentage of retail sales done online is still small but growing, says Neil Doshi, MD of internet and interactive entertainment and Americas research at Mizuho Securities USA.
Wal-Mart buys heavily into the China story, despite slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy, the retail giant's Asia CEO said.
Scott Price, president and CEO for Asia at Wal-Mart, says more than half of the retail sector's growth is expected to be driven by China over the next decade.
JD.com's strong Q4 guidance despite slowing Chinese consumer spending has assuaged investors,' concerns says Gil Luria, MD at Wedbush Securities.
Neil Doshi, Mizuho, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss what's driving Amazon's hot streak and its likely impact on holiday shopping.
Outfittery’s co-founder, Anna Alex says building a start-up is “never easy”, however, the company have managed to succeed through great investment backers and loyal customers.
Emirsyah Satar, chairman of MatahariMall.com says online purchases in Indonesia remain low because of the challenge posed by logistics.,
Many of the comments by Fed officials have disturbed the market ahead of December's likely liftoff, says John De Cue, CIO of The Private Client Research at U.S. Bank.
Klarna’s CIO, Yuval Samet says the company’s vision is to be “the favorite way to buy”, hopefully in both online and offline retail.
Alibaba's astronomical Singles' Day sales failed to boost its share price, with shares closing down 2 percent and analysts flagging a cautious outlook.
Chi Tsang, Chinese internet analyst at HSBC, says the sales record was a vindication for Alibaba amid macro economic concerns, increasing competition and counterfeit woes.
Alibaba may have broken its own record for sales on China's Singles Day, but there are looming concerns about the Chinese e-commerce giant moving forward. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
The shopping phenomenon of Singles Day might have broken records, but it failed to capture the attention of U.S. consumers.
Robin Sidel, Wall Street Journal, shares the details behind Apple's efforts to create a system for mobile person-to-person payments.
*Amazon rises, other retailers fall after Macy's cuts forecast. Nov 11- U.S. stock indexes were mixed on Wednesday as investors bought Amazon.com and dumped brick-and-mortar retailers after a disappointing full-year forecast from Macy's. General Electric and Amazon gave the biggest boost to the S&P, with GE up 1.77 percent and the online retail heavyweight...
Alibaba's "Singles Day" brought in a record $14.3 billion in sales. FMHR trader Josh Brown is long Alibaba, and discusses the play on Alibaba versus Amazon.
The final number on $14.3 billion in sales crossed Alibaba sites. Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail NA CEO, provides perspective on China's economy and sales for Singles Day.
The final number on $14.3 billion in sales crossed Alibaba sites, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
Discussing Alibaba's stock moving lower despite record Singles Day sales, with Hany Nada, GGV Capital co-founder and managing partner.