terça-feira, 25 de outubro de 2016

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Apple Pins Hopes on iPhone 7 as Profit, Revenue Decline

Apple posted its first annual revenue decline in 15 years, but projected a return to growth in the current quarter behind strong sales of its new iPhone 7. 81in 2 days

‘There Are No More Panes of Glass Left in Aleppo’

A look at the destruction of the Syrian city shows food running short and graveyards full, with residents struggling to survive a blockade by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. Heavy bombing by the regime and its ally Russia has brought the city to a breaking point after more than five grinding years of civil war. 100in 2 days

ELECTION 2016

Florida Once Again a Focus in 2016 Campaign

The struggle for the White House and the Capitol took center stage this week in one familiar battleground—Florida—as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton swept across the state. 62in 2 days

Arbs Stay on Sidelines of AT&T-Time Warner Deal

The once-lucrative field of betting on mergers isn’t the sure win it used to be, as illustrated by the lack of interest traders are showing in betting on the outcome of the proposed AT&T-Time Warner deal. in 2 days
Activate CEO and co-founder Michael Wolf explains why the driver of tech and media growth is shifting from advertising to subscriptions. He speaks at the WSJDLive conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.
Activate CEO and co-founder Michael Wolf explains why the driver of tech and media growth is shifting from advertising to subscriptions. He speaks at the WSJDLive conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.

WSJDLIVE 2016

The 9 Most Important Insights for Tech and Media in 2017

Technology strategist Michael Wolf predicts a fast-changing landscape that will get harder for advertising-supported content companies while enriching digital gatekeepers such as Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft. in 2 days

AT&T CEO Says Time Warner Deal Not About Raising Prices

AT&T will launch a $35-a-month “mobile-centric” video service, CEO Randall Stephenson said, calling it an example of how prices won’t rise with the carrier’s $85.4 billion deal to buy Time Warner. in 2 days

Facebook Leaders Call It a Tech Company, Not Media Company

Facebook Inc. is resisting the label of media company, but is getting even more heavily involved in content. COO Sheryl Sandberg said Facebook is a technology company that builds tools rather than a media company that makes its own stories. in a day
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