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  1. 22 hours ago

    TV networks play catch-up to Twitter in Ferguson’s rolling story

    ...raised in St Louis City. All of St Louis should come together as one for #Ferguson,” he tweeted. In a video interview with Yahoo News, he said people in Ferguson had taken to Twitter, as at other live events, because it made the world “feel very small... By Hannah Kuchler in San Francisco

  2. FT Tech Hub

    August 20, 2014

    Tom Lesinski launches digital production company

    ...fuelled by a new generation of young viewers that has drifted away from traditional television. New distributors such as Yahoo, Amazon and Hulu are vying for rights to the hottest shows. Energi will compete against other digital studios, such as Vuguru... Financial Times

  3. August 19, 2014

    US investors pump funds into Europe’s digital scene

    ...have also sought to expand their portfolios by looking across the Atlantic. Sequoia Capital, which has invested in Google, Yahoo and PayPal, has made a number of European investments in the past two years. They include Songkick, the British concert listings... By Murad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent

  1. August 19, 2014

    Next steps in getting more women in the tech sector

    ...followed suit with their own diversity demographics including VMware, eBay, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Yahoo. In 2005, I sat down for a meeting with a software engineer called Lucy Sanders. About once every two months, I spend a... By Brad Feld

  2. August 18, 2014

    Online ad group valued above $1bn in fundraising

    ...real-time user behaviour. Its competitors include Google, Yahoo and AOL. Spending via this type of automated advertising brokerage...of advertising exchange Right Media, which was acquired by Yahoo for $850m in 2007. Customers spent more than $1bn on AppNexus... By Sally Davies

  3. August 17, 2014

    Swedish online payments group Klarna hires former Asos executive

    ...it plots growth. Its board already includes Sir Michael Moritz, a partner at Sequoia Capital and early investor in Google, Yahoo and PayPal, and Nigel Morris, a co-founder of Capital One, the US banking and credit card group. Klarna is available in... By Murad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent

  4. August 15, 2014

    Apple admits storing users’ personal data in China

    ...China are subject to Chinese law and in practice that has landed companies in awkward situations. In 2004, US internet company Yahoo gave identifying information about a journalist’s emails to Chinese authorities. The journalist was later arrestedand spent... By Charles Clover in Beijing and Tim Bradshaw and Richard Waters in San Francisco

  5. August 14, 2014

    Diller buys youth social network Ask.fm

    ...Ask.fm founders will leave the company, which has hired Catherine Teitelbaum, who previously worked on safety policies at Yahoo, to a new role. Mr Diller, a former head of Paramount Pictures and Rupert Murdoch’s Fox broadcasting company, has amassed... By Matthew Garrahan in New York and Murad Ahmed in London

  6. August 13, 2014

    Department stores slip on Macy’s warning

    ...cent to $54.94 and JC Penney slipped 2 per cent to $9.32. Yahoo shares climbed after Alibaba amended an agreement with the...Alibaba was previously set to receive between $2bn-$6bn. Yahoo, which holds a 22.5 per cent stake in Alibaba, rose 2 per... By Eric Platt in New York

  7. August 13, 2014

    Alibaba overhauls its Alipay relationship

    ...businesses. Since then, a commercial arrangement has allowed Alibaba to use Alipay on preferential terms, often for free. Yahoo, Alibaba’s second-largest shareholder with a 22.5 per cent stake, said it supported the revision of the agreement... By Sarah Mishkin in San Francisco and Nicole Bullock in New York

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