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Nintendo returns to quarterly operating profit

OSAKA: Japanese video games maker Nintendo Co Ltd said revenue from its nascent mobile gaming division helped it book its first profit in four quarters, but blunted the announcement with a one-third cut to its full-year outlook.

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Stock research moves past PDFs as customers demand more for their money

NEW YORK: With investment firms cutting costs and portfolio managers combating a barrage of information, financial research shops around the globe are looking for new ways to keep their product relevant.

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Apple App Store subscription revenue up 74% to US$2.7bil

LOS ANGELES: Apple's App Store generated $2.7 billion in subscription fees for 2016 -- an increase of 74% from the year earlier, the tech giant announced. Netflix, HBO Now, Line, Tinder were among the most popular subscription-based apps of the year.

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Nintendo’s mobile Mario game sets download record but pricing a put-off

TOKYO: Nintendo Co Ltd’s first Mario smartphone title has set a download record but gamers have baulked at the one-time cost of unlocking content, pushing the Japanese game maker’s stock to a one-month low.

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The good, bad and ugly handphone

IF any friends or business associates had seen me recently in Bangsar, Midvalley and KLCC shopping malls walking around aimlessly with eyes fixated to my phone, please understand that I was not avoiding you. I was just trying to catch-up with my family playing Pokémon Go.

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Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

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Breakfast briefing: Thursday, September 8

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, September 8

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Japan Inc’s problem treasury shares

HONG KONG: Too many Japanese companies hoard their own shares.

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Top foreign stories at 4pm

Top foreign stories at 4pm

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Bad Finance: Japan Inc's problem treasury shares

HONG KONG: Too many Japanese companies hoard their own shares. Canon, Fujifilm, Nintendo and other blue-chips own lots of so-called treasury stock. To the uninitiated, that can add billions of phantom dollars onto firms' valuations. It also distorts incentives for company bosses.