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PTI
New Delhi, February 26, 2017
With hundreds of employees being handed out pink slips by companies such as Snapdeal and Stayzilla, rival e-commerce firm Paytm is walking into the ring by offering generous job offers to laid-off staffers.
Niti Kiran
February 23, 2017
Further, the founders of Snapdeal pledged to take a 100 per cent salary cut. As per the Registrar of Company records, the founders received a compensation of Rs 52.94 crore (as per form 16) each in 2014/15, significantly higher from Rs 1 crore each in the previous fiscal.
BT Online
February 23, 2017
The country's third online marketplace, Snapdeal is going through a tough time.
PTI
New Delhi, February 22, 2017
The SoftBank-backed firm, which has been struggling to raise fresh funding, is also laying off hundreds employees and eliminating non-core projects to focus on "profitable growth".
PTI
February 22, 2017
Govind Rajan, the CEO of Snapdeal-owned FreeCharge, has put in his papers after less than 2 years of joining the digital payments firm.
BT Online
New Delhi, February 22, 2017
The layoffs will be done across Snapdeal, Vulcan (logistics) and Freecharge (digital payments business), sources said.
Team BT
Delhi, Edition:March 12, 2017

By Nidhi Singal
Delhi, Edition:March 12, 2017

Building an online store is easier than you think, thanks to e-commerce enablers. Heres how you can set up shop online in just a few clicks.

By Venkatesha Babu
Delhi, Edition:March 12, 2017

Encouraging employees to be creative and identifying talent early makes Amazon a preferred employer.

PTI
New Delhi, February 9, 2017
This is the first time that the three companies - locked in intense competition for leadership of the booming Indian e-commerce market - have come together to voice their concerns on an industry issue.
By Goutam Das
February 9, 2017
Amidst fierce rivalries, lobbying about a "level playing field", arguments on the dumping of foreign capital, and the Indian versus multinational debate, it was fun to watch the chiefs of India's top three e-tailing companies come together for another level-playing field talk.
PTI
February 9, 2017
Japan's SoftBank Corp has booked an investment loss of 39.28 billion yen (USD 350 million) on its investments in India, including those in cab-hailing firm Ola and e-commerce company Snapdeal.
Reuters
February 6, 2017
Indian e-commerce firm Snapdeal expects to turn profitable in the next two years, its CEO said, as the company cuts costs and boosts efficiency in a market currently dominated by homegrown Flipkart and U.S. internet giant Amazon.
By Anilesh S. Mahajan
Delhi, Edition:February 12, 2017

The Modi governments reform agenda continues to face opposition from the RSS.

Anil Kumar
January 18, 2017
A lot of skeptics announced this as the doomsday for the Indian e-tailing market (and consumer internet in general) - with their views being further fuelled by the devaluation of Flipkart, the bellwether of the industry, by various funding agencies.
BT Online
New Delhi, January 16, 2017
The website is offering special discounts and insurance services for both handsets.
PTI
January 15, 2017
Amazon.in will create well over 7,500 temporary jobs for its upcoming sale, and these positions will mostly be in logistics to ensure smooth deliveries.
Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, January 13, 2017
In good times, the interests of the founders and the investors are perfectly aligned. When the environment becomes tougher though, the interests diverge subtly. In India, this process started last year in the current entrepreneurial round. Investors started taking a more active role in many companies they had put money in. And this trend is only likely to accelerate in 2017.
Manu Kaushik
January 13, 2017
Take Airtel, for instance. It's planning to tap its 2.5 lakh retail stores (who sell prepaid recharges) across the country to deliver its banking services. These retail outlets would work like a bank branch where people can deposit and withdrawal cash.
Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, January 12, 2017
N Chandrasekaran's promotion to the top job at the $103 billion group appeared a formality when he was among the earliest appointees to the board of Tata Sons after the board unceremoniously ousted Cyrus Mistry as chairman on October 24.
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