22 Aug, 2017
58.com Inc (NYSE: WUBA) shares up more than 14% Thursday, after tech company reported quarterly earnings. For the 2nd quarter 2017 the company reported total revenues were RMB2,593.3 million (US$382.8 million), a 33.3% increase from the same quarter..
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) introduced on Tuesday their new push towards brick-and-mortar retailers. Instant Pickup, a free service offering Prime and Prime Student members a curated selection of daily essentials available for pickup in two minu..
This week, NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES), a leading internet and online game services providers in China, announced its financial results for the second quarter, with both earnings and revenue beating estimates. Shares of the company decreased around..
On Monday, Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) announced that they have acquired comic book publisher, Millarworld. This deal gives Netflix access to various characters and stories in the popular superhero topic and is the very first acquisition ever since..
Amazon.com, Inc.(NASDAQ: AMZN) sellers are not happy after the company released an email that they would have to follow the same rules as Amazon’s return policy.Amazon’s email read: “Amazon is simplifying the returns process on ite..
Baidu, Inc.(NASDAQ: BIDU), China’s internet search giant, on Thursday reported second quarter financial results that topped analysts’ estimates, sending its shares up more than 10 percent.Baidu said profit jumped 83 percent to 4.415 bill..
PayPal Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL), one of the world’s largest Internet payment companies, has announced a big move to expand its digital payment system as they will be partnering with Samsung Electronics. Samsung users will now be able to u..
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