A key metric for B2B (and B2C) marketplaces is their “take rate”. Alibaba’s is falling.
It was a huge week for mergers and acquisitions and PE/VC fund-raising in supply chain software and enterprise software generally.
I analyzed my five most popular posts and found you like to read about you (and sex). From now on, less about me and more about you (and sex).
Envestnet’s acquisition of Yodlee seems like a good fit. But you can’t tell from the 35% drop in Envestnet’s stock price today!
Yodlee’s front page article on today’s WSJ shines a light on their business of selling data to investors and retailers.
The “take rate” or what a B2B marketplace can charge their participants varies quite a bit depending on the services the marketplace offers.
First Data’s IPO gives us a great glimpse into how credit card networks function and where different players in the ecosystem try to add value.
Five Headlines for the week ending July 24, 2015.
Tungsten Corporation’s investment bank, Canaccord Genuity, likes Tungsten’s stock–no matter what happens.