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(Reuters) - Kimberly Godwin, the executive vice-president of CBS News, is in the final stages of negotiations with Walt Disney Co to become president of ABC News, a media report said on Friday.
Mayer, who resigned last year as TikTok’s CEO after three months on the job, talks about his abrupt departure. The former executive expresses disappointment at how former US president Donald Trump handled the TikTok saga.
(Reuters) - Last month, during a live game show on audio-chat app Clubhouse, tech entrepreneur and investor Noah Lichtenstein and his co-hosts handed out $3,200 in prizes funded by Square Inc-owned payment company Cash App, which sponsored the event.
Lemon Sky Studios has denied allegations that it made employees work overtime without pay to complete work for big-name companies based overseas.
Even as the Covid-19 pandemic forced millions of users to stay indoors, digital platforms saw an exponential surge in usage and spending in 2020.
Last summer, TikTok appeared to be on the ropes. The company lost its CEO. Rivals were swooping in. And the Trump administration looked determined to drive it out of business. Now, the viral video-sharing app seems to have rebounded.
(Reuters) - Zynga Inc on Wednesday forecast annual net bookings above Wall Street estimates, betting on the launch of its upcoming "FarmVille" game and strong in-game spending in its existing titles such as "Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells."
The website of the New Zealand Stock Exchange slowed to a crawl on a Tuesday afternoon in August. It was so badly throttled that the exchange couldn’t post market announcements, as required by financial regulators.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's animators are losing one of the tools of their trade after Mitsubishi Pencil said this week it would scale back a long-running line of coloured pencils.