Procter & Gamble Co, one of world’s biggest advertisers, kept its ads off YouTube for more than a year because of concerns about inappropriate content. Now it’s returning to the video site, but a lot more selectively than before.
Investors are warming to beleaguered mobile network makers Ericsson and Nokia as they begin to recover ahead of a once-a-decade uplift from a new business cycle and an unexpected boost from a US ban on exports to low-cost Chinese rival ZTE.
The streaming service Hulu, which has gained clout thanks to shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, is now worth about US$8.7bil (RM33.85bil). But that remains a small fraction of Netflix Inc’s value.
Amazon.com Inc shoppers are buying more packaged foods, pushing the e-commerce giant deeper into grocery sales.
Global diamond giant De Beers is rolling out an app to help small-scale, artisanal diamond miners in Sierra Leone certify that gems they pry from the soil are legal, the Anglo American unit said.
Indonesia’s Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti deals with some dangerous men in her role, but they don’t rattle her. She has an equally intimidating weapon on her side: Google.
Facebook Inc's privacy practices were cleared by auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in an assessment completed last year of the period in which data analytics consultancy Cambridge Analytica gained access to the personal data of millions of Facebook users.
Indonesia has given Facebook a week to provide more information on how personal data of about one million of its citizens was misused and on the steps the company is taking to prevent such breaches, the country's communications ministry said.
Nintendo Co got its start in 1889 as a successful manufacturer of “hanafuda” – Japanese playing cards made out of stiff paper. Now the game maker is embracing the same materials for its next trick.
Lyft Inc is launching a programme to offset emissions from the 1.4 million cars that drive for the US ride-hailing service by investing in projects to reduce other sources of greenhouse gas, the company said.