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MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian internet giant Yandex on Wednesday reported a 34% rise in second-quarter adjusted net income compared with a year ago and raised its 2021 group revenue forecast to between 330 and 340 billion roubles ($4.49-$4.63 billion).
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Spotify Technology SA beat Wall Street estimates for second-quarter revenue on Wednesday, as the music streaming company reported a 20% jump in paid subscribers for its premium service driven by demand in Europe and North America.
With the suit against Activision Blizzard, gaming faces another #MeToo moment. Will it finally bring change?
Every few months, the video game industry gets uprooted by a workplace scandal that inevitably reveals that the male-dominated community continues to have a problem with sexism.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Walmart-owned Flipkart has asked India's Supreme Court to restrain the country's antitrust body after it asked sensitive questions in what the firm called an "invasive" investigation of its e-commerce operations.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Adecco Group has agreed to buy AKKA Technologies in a deal worth 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion), it said on Wednesday, the biggest deal in the Swiss staffing company's 25-year history.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd on Wednesday posted a better-than-expected second-quarter profit as pandemic-led demand for TVs and laptops drove up panel prices, pushing its shares up as much as 4.2% in morning trade.
Instagram on July 27 introduced changes designed to keep young users safer by making them harder to find at the image-centric social network.
(Reuters) -Google parent Alphabet Inc's quarterly revenue and profit surged to record highs, the company reported on Tuesday, powered by a rise in advertising spending as more consumers shopped online.
(Reuters) -Microsoft Corp posted its most profitable quarter on Tuesday, beating Wall Street expectations for revenue and earnings, as PC sales declines stemming from a global chip shortage were more than made up for by a boom in cloud services.