Facebook-owned Instagram's business head, Emily White is reportedly poised to join photo-sharing service Snapchat as its COO. White has been the executive in charge of bringing advertising to Instagram and the move is touted as a major talent grab by the auto-destruct picture sharing service, which was eyed by Facebook for acquisition among other tech giants. According to AllThingsD, the look ...
Continuing with its start-up acquisition spree, Yahoo has reportedly purchased mobile-video app Ptch that was funded by Dream Works Animation for an undisclosed amount. The Ptch iPhone app lets users create montage videos out of clips and photos. According to Cnet, the Ptch team is expected to join Yahoo after shutting down in January 2014 and the company said that it will be able to focus its ...
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BRASILIA Dec 4 (Reuters) - Brazil antitrust watchdog Cade ruled on Wednesday that Spain's Telefonica SA must exit its direct and indirect stake in wireless carrier TIM Participaes SA or seek a new partner for its Vivo mobile phone unit.In a meeting that took place at the regulator's headquarters in Brasilia, directors at Cade also ruled that a new partner for Vivo, Brazil's largest ...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Activist investor Carl Icahn is seeking the support of Apple shareholders as he tries to pressure the iPhone maker into spending more of its cash to buy back the company's stock.Icahn is upping the ante with a shareholder proposal that he submitted to Apple last week. The investor disclosed the move in a Wednesday post on his Twitter account and elaborated on his reasoning ...
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The man who riveted Thanksgiving Day tweeters with a tale of a rude woman on a packed airplane said that he made up the story to entertain himself and his followers while on a flight. He said he was stunned to see it picked up as ...
FILE - In this Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, file photo, a copy of Newsweek is seen at Joe's Smoke, in Portland, Maine. Paper copies of Newsweek will again roll off the presses starting in 2014. Editor-in-Chief Jim Impoco says the news magazine's owners IBT Media want to shift to a business model where a weekly print magazine would be mainly supported by subscription fees instead of ...
Beats Music is based on the platform of MOG, the subscription music service that Beats bought in July 2012. Beats Electronics was founded in 2008 by hip hop producer Dr. Dre and music executive Jimmy ...
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Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday accused both China and Pakistan of pursuing aggressive policies and mouthing views inimical to India's security and interests, which he described as extremely unfortunate.
Interacting with media after a meeting of floor leaders of the opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA) here this evening, Prasad said: "The aggressive designs of China and Pakistan, and especially the Chinese Government's negative reaction to President Pranab Mukherjee's recent visit to Arunachal Pradesh, is very unfortunate."
Prasad was objecting to Beijing's repeated territorial claims over Arunachal Pradesh, and its view that the state continues to be under India's "illegal occupation".
In a report, China's state-run Xinhua news agency said: "The so-called 'Arunachal Pradesh' was established largely on the three areas of China's Tibet - Monyul, Loyul and Lower Tsayul - currently under Indian illegal occupation."
"These three areas, located between the illegal 'McMahon Line' and the traditional customary boundary between China and India, have always been Chinese territory,' the report added.
Last Friday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said: "China's position on the disputed area of the eastern section of the China-India boundary is consistent and clear-cut. ...
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