Flipkart partners with 5,000 retail stores in rewards scheme expansion

SuperCoin Pay enables retail outlets from across fashion, groceries, food & beverages, travel, and health & wellness to register to begin accepting SuperCoin payments


India’s biggest eCommerce site will launch free video streaming to compete with Amazon

Flipkart, the India-based eCommerce giant that is majority-owned by Walmart, will be launching a free video streaming service for its’s Flipkart Plus loyalty program members, according to Bloomberg. The launch


Ola picks up £71m investment from Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal

Indian ride-hailing service Ola has added 650 crore INR (£71m/$92m) in further funding, this time in the form of a big name in the form of Sachin Bansal, co-founder of


SoftBank to sell Flipkart stake to Walmart

Japanese tech giant SoftBank has said that it will sell its 21 per cent stake in Indian eCommerce firm Flipkart to Walmart, following the retailer’s $16bn acquisition of a 77


Walmart ends partnerships with Uber and Lyft, buys majority stake in Flipkart

Walmart has ended its delivery partnerships with both Uber and Lyft, potentially losing the grocery giant significant ground on rival Amazon. It is not clear the reasons why ties were


Amazon wants to pick up 60 per cent of Flipkart

Amazon has reportedly made a formal bid to acquire a majority stake in Indian eCommerce platform Flipkart – after Walmart made a similar offer. According to CNBC TV18 in India,


Walmart could be about to buy a minority stake in Flipkart

Walmart is reportedly in advanced talks with one of Amazon’s rival in India, Flipkart, over the acquisition of large minority stake in the eCommerce marketplace – a deal which could


Flipkarts takeover of Snapdeal is officially dead

The long-running will they/won’t they saga between Indian eCommerce players Flipkart and Snapdeal has finally come to end, with Snapdeal deciding to remain independent, despite it looking certain Flipkart would


Flipkarts improved offer for eCommerce rival Snapdeal has been accepted

Indian eCommerce company Flipkart has reportedly seen its increased takeover offer of around $950m accepted by rival Snapdeal’s board. According to Reuters, citing sources, the bid was accepted last week


Flipkart increases bid for eCommerce rival Snapdeal to $950m

Indian eCommerce company Flipkart has upped its takeover offer to around $950m (£730m) for competitor Snapdeal, improving the potential for a deal between the two parties. According to Reuters, citing

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