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Xiaomi to Lead $100 Million Funding Round in ShareChat

Local language social networking app, ShareChat is in the final stages of closing one of the largest early-stage funding rounds at $100 million(₹670 crore), led...

Swiggy,BigBasket to Enter Milk Supply Business

Food-delivery platform Swiggy and online grocer BigBasket have planned to take their next big step in business: milk-delivery startups that can enrich their frequency...

Snapchat Partners with Tyroo to Boost Business in India

Multimedia messaging platform, Snapchat has partnered with Indian adtech firm Tyroo to push its business in India. Now Tyroo will be the monetization partner...

Uber India Head Promoted as Asia Pacific GM

Cab hailing platform Uber has promoted its head Amit Jain as the regional general manager for Asia Pacific region. Jain is currently the president of...

Amazon Leads $12 Million Funding Round in Acko

Ecommerce major Amazon led a funding round worth $12 million in Indian insurance startup, Acko. The move is part of Amazon's strategy to invest...

Sequoia Capital may Invest in ElasticRun

American venture capital firm Sequoia Capital is in talks with Pune-based logistics and distribution startup, ElasticRun, for a possible investment. According to reports, Sequoia Capital...

Walmart Buys Flipkart in Biggest Global Ecommerce Deal

Global retail giant Walmart bought Flipkart for $16 billion (1.12 lakh crore) in the biggest ecommerce deal in the world. The deal values the 11-year-old...

Walmart Set to Announce Flipkart Deal Today

Putting an end to months of negotiations, retail giant Walmart is all set to announce its deal with Flipkart today, where it buys over...

Paytm to Invest ₹5000 Crore to Push Business

Paytm is planning to invest a whopping ₹5,000 crore to push its core business in 2018. According to founder Vijay Sharma, the company is...

Walmart & Alphabet Together May Buy Over 70% Stake in Flipkart

Walmart and Google's parent company Alphabet are all set to buy over 70% stake in Flipkart, which will value the Indian ecommerce major at $20...
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