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Rakuten putting Pinterest, Kobo to work in Japan

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Here’s how Toronto-based e-reader and e-book service Kobo will go to market in the Far East: Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten, which acquired the Toronto-based e-reader and e-book company this year and led a $100 million investment in Pinterest in May, is now putting both North American services to work in its...
Rakuten putting Pinterest, Kobo to work in Japan

Rakuten CEO On The $100B Pinterest Round: We Want Pinterest Users To Pin Images And Buy Using Our ID

techcrunch.com
Rakuten, the Japanese e-commerce giant leading a $100 million investment in Pinterest, will be making two major contributions to the image-based social network as it gears up for its next stage of growth: the funds to take the image-based social network into new international markets, and a business model. First...
Rakuten CEO On The $100B Pinterest Round: We Want Pinterest Users To Pin Images And Buy Using Our ID

Rakuten expecting Q4 losses of $373m as it introduces marketplace model to Play.com and Buy.com

thenextweb.com
Rakuten, the Japanese e-commerce firm, is predicted that its fourth quarter financial results will see it take a hit to the tune of 35,089 million yen (that’s around $373 million) due to the rebranding and restructuring of its operations in the US and UK: Buy.com and Play.com, respectively. The company is...
Rakuten expecting Q4 losses of $373m as it introduces marketplace model to Play.com and Buy.com
Backlash to the Pinterest Valuation: $1.5 Billion? Really?

Rakuten terminates joint-venture in Indonesia, one year after similar exit path in China

thenextweb.com
Japanese ecommerce giant Rakuten, which also owns the ebook reader firm Kobo, has ended its joint venture with PT Media Global (MNC) in Indonesia, almost a year after ending a similar partnership with Chinese search giant Baidu. The two companies launched their online store, called Rakuten Belanja Online, back in June...
Rakuten terminates joint-venture in Indonesia, one year after similar exit path in China
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