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|UberEATS makes its way to Singapore - Thu, 26 May 2016 02:25:00 -0400|
|SEC probes Alibaba accounting methods, shares dive - |
Alibaba said the Securities and Exchange Commission launched the investigation earlier this year. The latest investigation highlights how far Alibaba has to go to improve transparency, as it also fights sales of fake items, while a continuing acquisition spree creates uncertainty over its earnings. It was not immediately clear what prompted the SEC investigation.
Thu, 26 May 2016 02:04:55 -0400
|Building Dynamic Capability in Design Driven Startups - |
To compete in an increasingly volatile Creative Economy, business has to create new design driven high-impact ventures that focus on breakthrough innovation. The organizational structures, procedures and product development for startups stand in stark contrast to that of an established business, thus learning becomes imperative. So, how do...
Thu, 26 May 2016 01:55:26 -0400
|PayPal is killing its Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Amazon apps - Thu, 26 May 2016 01:24:00 -0400|
|Peter Thiel admits to bankrolling Hulk Hogan's Gawker lawsuit - |
Peter Thiel confirmed last night that he did indeed fund Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker, as rumored earlier this week, saying that the move was one of the "greater philanthropic things" he had done in his life. Thiel, whose sexuality was outed in a 2007 Valleywag article, argued that he third-party funding was "less about revenge and more about specific deterrence." The venture capitalist, worth an estimated $2.7 billion, said he decided several years ago to covertly provide money to "victims" of stories posted on Gawker Media's properties. "I didn't really want to do anything," he told the New York Times, saying that he thought providing so-called third-party litigation funding "would do more harm to me than good." Thiel said he changed his mind when one of his friends convinced him that if he didn't step in to stop Gawker, nobody would.
Thu, 26 May 2016 00:42:01 -0400