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eBay Korea to be acquired by retailer Emart

Not even a week after reports began speculating that eBay were close to closing a deal to sell the eBay South Korea operation, Emart announces that they have reached an agreement for the purchase of eBay’s businesses in Korea. Execution of the fully negotiated and

11 hours ago

Amazon is largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in U.S.

With Europe already under their belt, Amazon are now also the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the U.S. The news comes after Amazon announced 14 new renewable energy projects in the U.S., Canada, Finland, and Spain to advance its ambitious goal to power

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Hermes trialling self-driving vans in Oxford

Hermes have announced that they are trialling self-driving vans in Oxford. The courier company is the first customer to take part in an early stage trial with Ford, Europe’s market leader in commercial vehicles, to make city deliveries more efficient and sustainable in the future. Ford’s

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Jit Gondalia appointed Optiseller Australian Managing Director

Optiseller, headquartered in Scotland, are expanding globally and have announced the appointment of a new managing director for Australia. The new Australian Managing Director, Jit Gondalia, joins Optiseller from Mastercard where he was Director of Digital Product Management for Europe. Prior to that, many in

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