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Chinese companies like Alibaba and Tencent will boost Southeast Asia's e-commerce market by bringing in their investments and technology, said Credit Suisse's head of emerging Asia economics, Santitarn Sathirathai.
"In the short term, for the next couple of years, [an IPO] is not something we are looking at very seriously," said the managing director and group CEO of Petronas Lubricants International said.
Tencent Holdings saw its shares fall after the company's largest shareholder said it would lower its stake for the first time in 17 years.
The actor is also the co-founder of a non-profit and a social impact investing effort helping provide access to clean water and sanitation around the world.
Ross Gerber of Gerber Kawasaki argues that Facebook has peaked and young users can't be fooled. Ian Winer of Wedbush says there's no other place to go.
Bannon made his first public comments about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Jim Cramer determines the causes of the sell-off, zooming in on scandals at Facebook and Uber.
Shark Tank star Kevin O'Leary thinks Facebook will weather its data scandal and come out more profitable, thanks in no small part to its massive user base.
Rep. Greg Walden wants to hear from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the data scandal, but says he is into "light-touch regulation."
Divya Narendra, co-founder of the service that went on to become Facebook, says Facebook was "duped" in the recent scandal and believes the company is doing everything it can to correct the problem.
Virtual reality, by design, is more manipulative than Facebook, Elissa Redmiles warns in The Conversation.
Eos was the only top 10 cryptocurrency trading higher over the last 24 hours as of midday Thursday.
A deal for Time Warner may help in the short term, but it may not be the worst thing for AT&T if a judge rules against its $85 billion acquisition.
As it scrambled to compete in the internet world, the once-dominant tech company cut tens of thousands of U.S. workers, hitting its most senior employees hardest and flouting rules against age bias, ProPublica reports.
Mars is an exclusive three-day conference at a midcentury-modern hotel run by Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, for some of the world's most successful geeks, The New York Times reported.
Piper Jaffray downplays any impact from "Fortnite" on the game industry's profits, predicting publishers will quickly adapt to the trend.
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