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US-based i-Life Digital Partners with Flipkart to Enter the Indian Electronics Market

US-based intelligent technology brand iLife Digital, is known for its affordable and high-performance PC products.

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Amazon May Offer To Buy Flipkart

Walmart is in talks to buy a stake of over 40 percent in Flipkart, a direct challenge to Amazon in Asia's third-largest economy

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MakeMyTrip & Flipkart Announce Strategic Partnership in the Travel Services Segment

The new partnership will start with a roll-out of domestic flight bookings in the next few weeks, followed by Hotels, Bus and Holidays bookings.

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Walmart In Talks To Buy Minority Stake In Flipkart

Walmart could buy a 15 percent to 20 percent stake in Amazon.com Inc's main competitor in India, the newspaper said, citing two anonymous sources

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Flipkart Investing $50M in Swiggy?

The original story had also discussed the possibility of Chinese internet conglomerate Tencent making an additional investment for $50 million.

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Flipkart Announces Strategic Online Partnership with Global Sporting Goods Giant, Decathlon

Customers can now buy Decathlon's entire product range online on Flipkart at the same prices as Decathlon's physical stores from the comfort of their homes

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SoftBank's Vision Fund Acquires Stake In Flipkart

The SoftBank Vision Fund has invested in Flipkart via a mix of direct capital infusion and buying out stakes from some of the firm's existing investors

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As Flipkart Completes Merger eBay India is Acquired Yet Independent

Mergers are emotional. "Effective immediately, Flipkart will own and operate eBay.in, which will remain an independent entity as part of Flipkart" - Flipkart statement.

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Flipkart Completes Merger With eBay India After Snapdeal 'Goes Solo'

With this, eBay.in will now be a Flipkart Group company. The deal was announced in April when the Flipkart group raised $1.4 billion from global technology majors eBay, Tencent and Microsoft.

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