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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's upcoming national election is likely to show the most fragmented outcome in decades and markets could struggle to work out the implications for stocks, with one exception: if you score low on green technology you face trouble.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's top soccer league and private equity firm CVC plan to launch their own streaming platform, Spanish online paper El Confidencial reported on Monday, a move that would challenge telecom firms which offer match streaming in their packages.
Wang Sicong has crossed a line with the Chinese public after abusive texts were made public by a woman. Sun Yining found herself forced to deal with increasingly aggressive conversations with Wang.
US President Donald Trump's unfounded allegations of election fraud have targeted a company called Dominion Voting Systems, which he claims tampered with millions of electronic ballots.
Alibaba’s move to take control of hypermarket operator Sun Art is expected to push forward its ‘new retail’ strategy in China. The stakes are high for Alibaba amid predictions that China will soon edge out the United States as the world’s largest retail market.
Alibaba’s Tmall to upend China’s real estate industry by using the Internet for entire sales process
Developers are listing their home projects on Tmall Haofang, a new sales channel by world’s largest e-commerce platform. Selected projects sold on the ‘good homes’ channel will offer up to 15% discount to catalogue prices.
In China fast-evolving technologies like virtual reality and 5G promise to enhance viewing experiences of moviegoers and boost revenues of film exhibitors in a sluggish market.
The Lion King, films from the Marvel universe and the entire Star Wars franchise are among countless Disney hits to begin streaming for Disney+ subscribers when the platform launches in select countries in November.
Ann Hand, the CEO of Super League, says China is the place to be if companies want to tap the potential of the fast growing eSports market.
Fintech is changing the way people borrow, invest and pay for things. But there’s another type of technology – most noticeably in China – that’s altering the way urban dwellers interact with their living and shopping environments.