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Report: Xiaomi sales climb but Huawei remains China’s top smartphone brand
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The Economic Times of India • Mike Isaac
Shutterfly's (SFLY) CEO Christopher North on Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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Niantic CEO blames cellular data congestion for Pokémon Go Fest issues
The Verge • Nick Statt
Chinese Fintechs Use Big Data To Give Credit Scores To The 'Unscorable'
Forbes • Contributor, Rebecca Feng
Blue Apron COO Matthew Wadiak steps down in post-IPO shakeup
TechCrunch • Matthew Lynley
Bharti Airtel's Q1 net profit chokes on falling voice and data revenues
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
TouchTunes Offers OOH Inventory Via DOmedia, Rubicon
MediaPost • Philip Rosenstein
Alphabet Falls After Earnings: Buying Opportunity
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Pareteum +5% as it launches 4G subscription offering
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Report: Xiaomi sales climb but Huawei remains China’s top smartphone brand
TechCrunchJon Russell
China’s Xiaomi, once the world’s highest valued tech startup, is getting over a disappointing past two years with a notable spike in sales in its homeland during the second quarter of 2017. That’s according a new report from analyst firm Canalys, which...
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Finance, Green Transportation
Ola investor Softbank considering investment in Uber
The Economic Times of IndiaMike Isaac
SAN FRANCISCO: SoftBank, the Japanese technology and media giant, is weighing an investment in Uber at a time when the ride-hailing company's leadership is in flux, according to three people with knowledge of the talks. SoftBank's investment interest in Uber is nascent...
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Digital Media, Economic Policy
Shutterfly's (SFLY) CEO Christopher North on Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
Shutterfly, Inc. (NASDAQ:SFLY) Q2 2017 Earnings Conference Call July 25, 2017 05:00 PM ET Executives Christopher North - Chief Executive Officer Mike Pope - Chief Financial Officer Shawn Tabak - Vice President of Investor Relations Analysts Brian Fitzgerald - Jefferies Inc Colin...
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Mobile, Mobile Phones
Niantic CEO blames cellular data congestion for Pokémon Go Fest issues
The VergeNick Statt
Niantic CEO John Hanke, the man in charge of the mobile app maker behind Pokémon Go, reflected on the company’s rather disastrous real-world meet-up this past weekend, writing in a blog post published today that he and his team are sorry for...
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Chinese Fintechs Use Big Data To Give Credit Scores To The 'Unscorable'
ForbesContributor, Rebecca Feng
What can you do in 52 seconds? Internet juggernaut Alibaba can generate RMB 1 billion in sales for its annual online shopping carnival. Last November 11, China's so-called Singles' Day, sales across Alibaba platforms reached new heights: RMB 120 billion, or $17.9...
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Mobile, Technology Industry
Blue Apron COO Matthew Wadiak steps down in post-IPO shakeup
TechCrunchMatthew Lynley
Blue Apron announced several changes at the executive level today, including co-founder Matthew Wadiak stepping down from the COO role to become a senior advisor. Wadiak’s changing role comes after a painful IPO for the meal kit delivery service, which first had...
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Accounting, Mobile
Bharti Airtel's Q1 net profit chokes on falling voice and data revenues
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel’s quarterly net profit slumped 75% to the lowest level in four-and-a-half years as its voice and data businesses continued to suffer from the price war triggered by Reliance Jio Infocomm’s dirt cheap offerings. Profit fell to Rs 367...
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Advertising Industry, Mobile Advertising
TouchTunes Offers OOH Inventory Via DOmedia, Rubicon
MediaPostPhilip Rosenstein
TouchTunes Media announced on Tuesday it will take advantage of a recent partnership between DOmedia and Rubicon project to provide publishers with programmatic access to OOH inventory. DOmedia’s supply-side platform is connected to Rubicon’s programmatic exchange, through which media buyers can now...
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Advertising Industry, Cloud Computing Services
Alphabet Falls After Earnings: Buying Opportunity
Seeking AlphaAndres Cardenal
Summary Alphabet stock was falling 3% after earnings. Variables such as cost-per-click are moving in the wrong direction. But the company is more than compensating for that weakness with booming growth in ad volume. Overall financial performance and buisness fundamentals remain intact....
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Pareteum +5% as it launches 4G subscription offering
Seeking AlphaJason Aycock
Nanocap Pareteum (NYSEMKT:TEUM) is up 5% this morning after going live with 4G broadband subscription services. That will allow its clients (providers like MVNOs, hosted on its managed services platform and cloud platform) to offer full-featured advanced mobile services to customers, such...
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