E-commerce beauty startup Julep raises $10.3 million led by Andressen Horowitz to further disrupt the cosmetics supply chain.
Windeln, Diapers.com for the German speaking world, raises $19.6 million to grow to into its toddler years.
Euclid lets brick-and-mortar businesses track consumer behavior to find actionable insights.
E-commerce startup Wayfair introduces Daily Fair, a new flash sale feature that offers large discounts on home goods, if you are willing to act fast.
Editor's Pick Mick Jagger can't get no satisfaction, but apparently a lot of 14-year-old boys can. So too, fortunately, can Apple, Amazon, QVC, and NewEgg clients.
Using algorithms to help provide people with wine that's perfectly matched to their preferences, Club W aims to be a subscription wine service that's more personal and more accessible than traditional wine clubs.
San Francisco-based Ajent is all about curation, and feeds its users just one "look" per day.
That fancy new app the marketing department wants so you can sell more paperweights may not be your best investment. In fact, unless you're lucky or really, really good, the app might just end up being the digital equivalent of a paperweight itself.
ShoeDazzle is reverting back to what it knows best: helping women find trendy, discounted shoes.
ChowNow gives restaurants streamlined mobile-and-online-ordering templates and marketing consulting services.
PayPal surpassed its goal of adding 20 national retailers onto its in-store payment platform.
Amazon retained its industry-leading 88 percent satisfaction score from 2011 in the study, which asked more than 24,000 consumers about their online shopping experiences between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
For intrepid deal hunters, there's nothing better than finding the perfect coupon code right before you click "Buy."
48 percent of the most popular pins on Pinterest lead to expired pages on top retailers brands, according to a new study by Curalate, the social curation company.
Fashion startup Polyvore is in an enviable position: it has an army of dedicated users importing 2 million items to the site each month, a new iPhone app, and the site pulled in 20 million unique visitors in 2012.
A London startup hopes to solve the problem of finding tenants for short-term rentals of empty shops.
Zindigo collects $4 million for its social commerce platform that lets users open boutiques on Facebook and keep 40% of the profits.
A fallen CEO starts work on reviving his reputation.
PayPal now offers pre-paid cash cards for people who rely on cash, but want to shop online.
Brazilian e-commerce giant raises $65 million in its fourth round of funding, bringing its two year total to $180 million.