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The case shocked China and led to a public reckoning about domestic violence in the country. Lhamo was a beloved vlogger and had been streaming to her fans when she was set on fire by her ex-husband.
Pakistan introduced new rules regarding acceptable content on social media, which also requires the companies to open offices in the country.
(Reuters) - The success of the South Korean dystopian drama series "Squid Game" has led investors to bet on Netflix Inc's plans to explore more international content to boost slowing subscriber growth.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Spotify is planning to hire hundreds of staff to boost its advertising sales in Europe and elsewhere, as the music streaming service looks to increase revenue from customers who don't pay a monthly fee but make up the bulk of its user base.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal has moved a step closer to ordering digital platforms such as Uber and Glovo to employ some of their drivers as staff with formal contracts and benefits, becoming the latest European nation to tackle the gig economy.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - NENT, the Swedish media group challenging streaming giants such as Netflix and Disney+, reported a 28% rise in subscriber numbers on Tuesday as its efforts to expand beyond Scandinavia brought in more viewers.
PARIS (Reuters) - Plastic Omnium reported on Wednesday a drop of more than 14% in its third-quarter sales as the French car parts maker reduces costs to blunt the blow of customers' cuts in output over component shortages.
(Reuters) - Shares of Informatica Inc fell nearly 5% in their stock market return on Wednesday, fetching a valuation of $7.5 billion for the enterprise software firm that was taken private six years ago.
As brokerage app Robinhood repositions itself to be about "safety first" and moves away from meme stocks, analyst question if it is missing the point of what customers expect from the company.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's Panasonic Corp raised its full-year operating profit outlook by 12% on Thursday, helped by a share valuation gain and demand for automotive batteries and factory automation equipment.