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Online accounts seen lifting stock market participation

ONLINE INVESTORS continue to lift participation in the local bourse in 2019, and more of these are expected to come on board this year, the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) said.

Online automotive retail booms during community quarantine, says AutoDeal

Online car-buying platform AutoDeal.com.ph has seen an astonishing increase of 72% in the number of dealerships utilizing its platform since the beginning of the...

Online sellers of ‘sin’ products should check customers’ ages — DTI

ONLINE vendors should make sure cigarettes and alcoholic beverages are sold only to customers over the age of 18, the Trade department said on Monday as the government considers a ban on online sales of the so-called “sin” products.

Japan’s fussy food shoppers finally go online amid pandemic

TOKYO — The coronavirus has forced Japan’s notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co. scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.

Online auction offers art toys

SALCEDO Auctions’ subsidiary Gavel&Block will hold its “editions” online auction, which includes art toys, on June 27.

At-home consumption, online buying here to stay

CONSUMERS in Southeast Asia are expected to keep their home-centric habits even when physical distancing requirements are lifted, a joint study by Bain & Company, Inc. and Facebook, Inc. found.

Online lenders, fintechs to adopt code of ethics

A CODE OF ethics for online lenders has been created to safeguard borrowers from abusive practices of financial technology (fintech) players such as shaming them in times of default and late payments and to foster transparency for both creditors and borrowers.

Five business ideas for the stay-at-home mothers

Starting a family, especially a new one, can be a full-time job on its own. Ideally, the responsibilities of raising a child should fall...

GMA launches online news show

GMA NEWS and Public Affairs becomes a part of the “future of online news” as it launched Stand for Truth, a weeknight online newscast “produced and reported by the young, for the young,” according to a company press release.

It took a former Tesla executive to blow up luxury fashion

IT’S 9 p.m. on a Thursday, and the night shift just started working at a studio space in lower Manhattan. Fashion photographers scurry about, shooting looks that just days earlier were draped over top models strutting the catwalk at New York Fashion Week.

Security in a world of too much data

BusinessWorld holds Cybersecurity Forum By Bjorn Biel M. Beltran, Special Features Writer Cybersecurity starts from within. That is the clarion call expressed by the speakers at BusinessWorld’s first...

What a retail store should be in an omnichannel world

In an omnichannel world, according to Fractal Analytics, which provides analytics solutions to some Fortune 500 companies, retailers are ought to be a combination...

Combatting bank scams and frauds

Scams and frauds remain a serious threat to financial institutions and consumers, especially these days when fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated as the technologies...

Online hiring up in second quarter — report

Online hiring in the Philippines went up year-on-year in the second quarter but has slightly declined compared to the previous quarter due to lingering...

A promising grocery retail market

High consumer confidence, combined with sustained economy, drives the country to become one of the most robust retail markets in the Southeast Asia today....

Sistine Chapel hosts first live online concert

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, an artistic Renaissance jewel, opened up to the digital age on Sunday with the first live concert...

Google urges small businesses to invest in online presence to help...

GOOGLE, is encouraging businesses of all sizes across all industries to shift towards digital and create mobile-optimized websites in order to leverage and “reach...

More misery: H&M now faces online taunts after delivery system falters

HENNES & MAURITZ AB has another headache: not being able to deliver online goods as fast as it wants. The struggling Swedish fashion retailer is...

An online platform for social enterprises? Oui, oui.

If you want to start a social enterprise but don’t know where to start, MakeSense has got you covered.

NBI rescues five minors from online child trafficking, nabs suspect

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said in a press conference it cooperated with several local and international agencies in rescuing five minors and...

GMA targets millennials with 3 exclusively online shows

GMA NETWORK has ventured into creating original online content with the Jan. 1 launch of GMA ONE Online Exclusives, featuring three shows which are...

Online sales? Maybe one day, says Chanel

PARIS -- France’s Chanel has no immediate plans for online sales of its coveted outfits or handbags, a senior executive said on Friday, making...

The little YouTube schoolhouse

By Zsarlene B. Chua Reporter Usually, a YouTube session will start with a particular goal in mind -- say, watching a pop star’s latest vendetta-laced music...

Doing your Christmas shopping online

By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman Fridays and the numbers 15 and 30 are usually deadly combinations. They mean one thing, and it’s a word...

Pinoy ‘supershoppers’

By Zsarlene B. Chua GOOGLE Philippines recently revealed a study how mobile devices — tablets, phablets, phones, etc. — affect the Filipino consumer behavior and...

Beauty in a box

By Zsarlene B. Chua At first there was Birchbox, a renegade beauty box subscription service based in New York that would send a mystery box...

Zalora opens new pop-up store

By Zsarlene B. Chua ONLINE FASHION RETAIL brand, Zalora, launched its second “click-and-mortar” store in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), aiming to get more converts to...

Beauty booms: Online beauty sector expands with entry of new players

By Zsarlene B. Chua, Reporter February was quite a busy month for online beauty as two international stores set up shop in the Philippines —...

Digital ad fraud estimated to cost industry $7.2 billion in 2016

THE ADVERTISING INDUSTRY was on pace to lose $6.3 billion last year by showing digital ads to robots, according to a December 2014 study...