The tech industry is throwing generative AI at everything it can think of to see what sticks in the hopes of developing the next big thing.
Walpole, Massachusetts-based Thrasio is asking the court to oversee a restructuring agreement with lenders, which will allow it to cut about $495 million in debt and defer its interest payments for a year after it exists bankruptcy. Thrasio is what is known as an Amazon aggregator, companies that buy other, smaller Amazon sellers, the independent businesses responsible for the majority of sales on the dominant e-commerce platform. Aggregators raised large sums from investors seeking to cash in from Amazon sellers as online sales boomed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this article, we will take a look at the top 20 e-commerce companies in the world. If you want to skip our detailed analysis, you can directly go to Top 5 E-Commerce Companies in the World. E-Commerce Trends for 2024 On January 17, Forbes published a report on e-commerce trends in 2024. Artificial intelligence […]