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Amazon expands anti-counterfeit project to Singapore

Amazon has expanded its anti-counterfeit program Project Zero to seven new countries, including Singapore and Australia.
Contactless payments

Unprecedented growth ahead for e-commerce and contactless payments

Data and analytics firm GlobalData is predicting an unprecedented push in e-commerce and contactless payments following ...

Apparel retailer Bossini reveals customer data hack

Hong Kong-based apparel retailer Bossini says its database of loyalty programme members and online customers was hacked ...

Hong Kong protestors find new retail target: I.T Group

Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay was yesterday the centre of the largest and most disruptive protest activity since the outbreak...

Consumers swamp Luckin Coffee app in wake of controversy

Disgraced Chinese coffee giant Luckin has apologised to customers and promised business as usual following a widely publ...

Love, Bonito confirms data breach affecting online customers

Fashion label Love, Bonito has publicly confirmed a December 10 data breach on its e-commerce website.

BestMart 360 targeted again as stores trashed across Kowloon

Discount-food retailer BestMart 360 was again targeted by protestors in the streets of Kowloon yesterday with a store tr...

Carousell launches anti-counterfeit program to protect brand partners

Online classified-ad service Carousell is launching an anti-counterfeit program that aims to identify fake goods being l...

Sephora data breach impacts Asia-Pacific customers

A Sephora data breach has been confirmed, spanning customers from Hong Kong across Southeast Asia and into Australasia.

7-Eleven hack loots US$510 million from mobile-payment accounts

A 7-Eleven hack in Japan has seen some 900 mobile-payment account holders lose money.