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  • Anyone can prototype and build with Shaper’s Origin CNC machine

    With side-hustles being all the rage these days, the new Shaper Origin makes it easier than ever to start building and selling cool gadgets in your free time. While you might not be able to build yourself a homemade Falcon 9 rocket with the company’s handheld CNC machine, you just might be able to build yourself a successful shop on Etsy. CNC machining is not a new concept, but it… Read More

  • Etsy shows signs of life in Q2 earnings with merchant sales hitting $669.7 million

    Etsy shows signs of life in Q2 earnings with merchant sales hitting $669.7 million

    If you’re an Etsy investor, you’re somewhere between ecstatic and off the rails after two days of gains totaling more than 23 percent. Fortunately for investors, the fun hasn’t stopped. The e-commerce site specializing in handmade goods posted its second quarter earnings just after the bell today. Investors reacted by trading shares in the company up in after-hours trading. Read More

  • After 3 weeks, Worldpay still fumbling millions of Etsy transactions

    After 3 weeks, Worldpay still fumbling millions of Etsy transactions

    Etsy users had another bad week as payment processor Worldpay continues to cause problems. Late last week, some Etsy users began reporting that they had experienced duplicate charges. The forum on Etsy for duplicate charges is approaching one thousand posts. In a statement, Worldpay admitted to causing the duplicate charges for Etsy users in its attempts to rectify the… Read More

  • How generation Z females could be the answer to tech’s gender diversity problem Crunch Network

    How generation Z females could be the answer to tech’s gender diversity problem

    While the biggest names in tech strive to close the gender gap and build more inclusive working environments, the pool of talent on offer is predominantly male. The truth is, while retention is an issue, there are simply fewer women opting for a career in tech. But new initiatives and an uptick of Gen Z girls opting for sciences in top-tier universities paints a very different future. Read More

  • Worldpay, Etsy’s payments processor, admits to service outage

    Worldpay, Etsy’s payments processor, admits to service outage

    Worldpay, the third-party payments processor for Etsy, has come forward after six days of silence, acknowledging that it is experiencing a service disruption. A significant number of Etsy transactions have been disrupted by ongoing payment processing outages. Over 7000 posts have been made by frustrated merchants in an Etsy forum dedicated to the problem. This is almost twice the volume… Read More

  • Five days of Etsy payment processing outages have merchants flipping

    Five days of Etsy payment processing outages have merchants flipping

    ***Update to this post can be found here. Those hoping to snag some handmade July 4th cookies and home-made vegan sunblock might have woken up to an empty stomach and sunburn after a serious payment processing outage on e-commerce site Etsy. Over the last five days, a large number of Etsy transactions have been disrupted by “third party” payment processing outages. As of 6pm PST… Read More

  • What’s next for Twilio and its unicorn brethren?

    What’s next for Twilio and its unicorn brethren?

    Brexit. Trump. The Federal Reserve. The world threw nearly everything at Twilio for its untimely IPO. Despite market volatility, the company continues to impress. The week the world met Twilio can only be defined as positive. Unfortunately, the greatest challenges for the company lie ahead. Short Term Herd behavior fuels IPOs. Casual investors often jump in immediately because of the… Read More

  • Etsy’s latest diversity report recognizes gender as a spectrum, not a binary

    Etsy’s latest diversity report recognizes gender as a spectrum, not a binary

    Peer-to-peer marketplace Etsy has released its first diversity report since going public last April, showing that people who identify as women make up 50% of the leadership and management roles at the company. In 2014, women held just 37% of leadership roles at the company. What’s also notable about this report is that it represents gender in a non-binary way. As of December 2015 at… Read More

  • Etsy launches Pattern, a website builder for its sellers

    Etsy launches Pattern, a website builder for its sellers

    With the launch of a new service called Pattern, Etsy is making it easier for people to sell custom goods on their own websites. Apparently, more than one-third of Etsy’s 1.6 million active sellers have said they’re interested in setting up their own site, but they found the process of registering a domain, creating a site, maintaining it and managing the inventory too… Read More

  • Etsy Shares Spike 13% As It Reports Strong Revenue In Fourth Quarter

    Etsy Shares Spike 13% As It Reports Strong Revenue In Fourth Quarter

    Etsy didn’t have a good 2015, but it was still able to finish on the stronger side. Today the company reported its fourth-quarter results, coming in at $87.9 million in revenue and a loss of 4 cents per share. Analysts were expecting a loss of 1 cent per share on revenue of $86.5 million. Another important number to track here was the company’s gross merchandise sales (GMS)… Read More

  • Twitter, And Pretty Much Everyone Else, Had A Bad Day

    Twitter, And Pretty Much Everyone Else, Had A Bad Day

    Today was not a good day for tech stocks. Universally, tech stocks crashed today alongside everything else, erasing billions in value across the board, as part of a bad day overall for the market. There’s not a whole lot of confidence throughout the market, but tech — even bellwethers like Apple — weren’t safe today. That being said, some stocks got particularly hammered… Read More

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