26 November 2014

The Real Reason Aereo Lost in the Supreme Court (video)

The Real Reason Aereo Lost in the Supreme Court -

Chet Kanojia, founder and chief executive officer at Aereo, talks with Bloomberg’s Betty Liu about the Supreme Court ruling against the company and his thoughts on the price of content. He speaks on “In The Loop.” (Nov. 25 Bloomberg)


Reuters

United States says EU's Google case should not be politicized
Reuters
People are silhouetted as they pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with aGoogle logo, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29 ...
EU digital tsar warns monopolists; Google foes play down call for break-up - Reuters


Wall Street Journal

Facebook, Please Don't Let the Mullahs Troll Us
Wall Street Journal
Our Facebook page is one of the most popular in the Persian language, ... Sanctions on this activity have been lifted, and Google already offers the ...


Wall Street Journal

Amazon Offers Help Finding Local Handymen
Wall Street Journal
The handyman listings service, known as Amazon Local Services, is part of a broaderAmazon effort to compete with brick-and-mortar stores.


Forbes

In Amazon Vs. Alibaba, Bezos Turns His Sellers Into Soldiers
Forbes
Delivery drones and smartphones are great for headlines, but if Amazon.com AMZN -0.7% wants to win back the investors who have soured on its ...


Wired

The Only Way to Save Google Glass Is to Kill It
Wired
But if the pent-up consumer demand was really there, why isn't Google rushing to ...Apple, meanwhile, has a powerful channel for introducing the ...


Billboard

Amazon Prime Music Debuts First Exclusive Content
Billboard
Amazon has made exclusive video a component of Prime Instant Video streaming service, its answer to Netflix. Now the company is doing the same ...


Bloomberg

Apple Reaches $700 Billion Valuation
Bloomberg
Microsoft now has a market capitalization of $394 billion. Apple's value also moved above that of Google Inc. in January 2010. The operator of the ...


Fortune

Microsoft sues IRS for details of probe on internal transactions
Fortune
Microsoft sued the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, seeking ... has scrutinizedtechnology companies, including Microsoft and Amazon.com Inc, ...

Microsoft sues IRS to get attorney agreement information on tax probe | Electronista: "... The IRS is currently conducting an audit of Microsoft over the transfer pricing used from 2004 to 2009. Transfer pricing is the fee charged between a company's subsidiaries for goods and services, a tactic that is often used to reduce tax burden in large companies. When subsidiaries are located in different parts of the world, companies can often take advantage of areas with lower taxes, like Ireland. What makes the IRS probe different is how the agency entered into a contract with a private law firm to investigate Microsoft, a maneuver that the IRS allowed with a temporary regulation change in June...."

All Eyes on Apple as Google Search Deal Expires Next Year - The Information: "...all eyes are on the upcoming expiration of the only search distribution deal that matters anymore: Apple’s Safari Web browser...."

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