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e-commerce

E business Informatics The service, sales and collaborative business conducted over the Internet, either business ↤ consumer or business ↤ business. See E-care, E-health.
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Automotive e-tailing is referred to as the sale of automotive components and goods via various electronic medias.
Asian E-tailing Summit: http://www.asianetailingsummit.com
E-tailing is a subset of e-commerce, which encapsulates all "commerce" conducted via the Internet (Turban, 2007).
Michael Green, Research Analyst at DTZ, said: "There has been a lot of talk recently of the 'death of the high street', but e-tailing services like click-and-collect are driving traffic back to stores.
As more and more people are getting used to the usage of internet, especially among the social media domain, it can be anticipated that the e-Tailing market will gain further traction in the coming 2-3 years.
Summary: Online retail giant Amazon launched a new Internet shopping site in India on Wednesday, stoking already fierce competition in the fast-expanding "e-tailing" market.
According to the e-tailing group and MyBuys Inc., while many consumer advocates stress the need for tighter regulation in regard to consumer privacy and the use of consumer data, 55% of shoppers are "mostly willing" to provide shopping preferences to trusted retailers in exchange for an enhanced shopping experience.
* International e-Tailing covers the basics of online retailing, online consumer buying behavior, and legal aspects of e-tailings in concise manner.
In the eyes of Jai Raj Nair, E-tailing is the electronic version of nonstore retailing.
Technology professional-turned-entrepreneurs spearheaded many of the early online retail, or e-tailing, outfits like Flipkart and Myntra, but that's changing with the latest entrants.
The disappointment around the failed Sears sale of an iPad 2 for $69 continues to shed light on the issues of third-party vendors in this new e-tailing world.
THE developers of a Tees Valley-based e-tailing security website are planning an expansion which could eventually see the workforce double.