“We think cricket has the chance to get out to a broader audience and be on a bigger platform,” Russell Wolff, ESPN International’s executive vice president told Reuters last week.
The only major American social network with a significant presence in China is LinkedIn. And that presence is about to get much bigger, the company hopes.
Binge-watching is far from being a US-only phenomenon, but the US is way ahead of the rest of the world in its TV addiction.
“Quite frankly I don’t think I’ve seen more mythology in the press about anything than I have about the e-commerce space over the last year or so,” FedEx chairman and CEO Fred Smith said.
“Selfie” recently beat out “twerk” and “bitcoin” to be named The Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year. If a similar list were to exist for the most annoying and overused corporate buzzwords of 2013, then “big data” probably deserves to be near the top of it.
Whisper it quietly. Microsoft shares have quietly leapt to their highest levels in more than 13 years.
In the run up to Twitter’s much-anticipated IPO, the company has done its utmost to distance itself from the troubles that beset Facebook when it went public. But one risk Wall Street may be overlooking is how the supply of Twitter shares will be made available for sale.