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Date: Mon, 26. August 2013 19:45:00
Feedly on Monday launched its paid RSS service, following up on a promise made three weeks ago when it announced a subscription option. Previously, Feedly had offered $100 lifetime subscriptions to the first 5000 customers who plunked down a credit card. Later that same day, the Palo Alto, Calif., company said it had sold out of the lifetime accounts within eight hours, raising nearly $500,000 from the offer. Monday, Feedly began taking orders for the Pro version of its news reader service: Customers pay $5 per month or $45 annually. Feedly Pro includes all the features found in the free version, and adds article search, one-click integration with Evernote and Pocket?the latter was formerly known as Read It Later?and priority support. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Date: Tue, 14. November 2017 18:10:15
A prosecution witness in the U.S. corruption trial of three former soccer officials testified on Tuesday that Fox Sports, Mexico's Grupo Televisa and Brazil's Globo paid bribes to secure television rights for soccer matches. The testimony came during the first trial to emerge from the U.S. investigation of bribery surrounding FIFA, soccer's world governing body.
Date: Sun, 6. October 2013 08:59:00
A few days back we had The Guardian claiming that Google UK Ltd, Google's subsidiary in the UK (fairly obviously) only paid £11.6 million in tax. That this simply is not true is something of a blemish on that great newspaper's reputation. Not as much as their publishing this piece of dreck on the subject, true, but then that was a comment piece where the rules of reality and evidence are thought to be rather lower. But here's their report anyway: Google is back in the firing line over its tax affairs after the giant internet firm revealed it paid only £11.6m to the Treasury last year, despite generating $5.5bn (£3.4bn) of business in the UK.
Date: Tue, 16. April 2013 00:10:08
Google's placement of its own flight-finding service in search results is resulting in lower click-through rates for companies that have not bought advertising, according to a study by Harvard University academics.The study provides data for how Google's placement of its own services amid "organic" search results may hurt competitors, which is the focus of an ongoing antitrust case between Google and the European Union.How paid and non-paid search results are displayed has a powerful sway over consumers, the study found. Ben Edelman, an associate professor at Harvard Business School, and Zhenyu Lai, a Harvard doctoral candidate, looked at when Google began inserting its own Flight Search feature, launched in December 2011, into search results.They found that Google chose to display Flight Search depending on a user's search terms. When Flight Search was displayed, it takes a top position in the search results, pushing lower down non-paid search results.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Date: Wed, 13. February 2013 13:12:26
(Reuters) - The Internal Revenue Service paid a record $125.4 million in 2012 to whistleblowers who provided evidence of tax cheating, including a massive payout to a former employee of Swiss bank UBS AG, according to an IRS report made public on Wednesday. The IRS whistleblower program has been criticized for moving too slowly and putting inadequate resources behind its efforts, causing whistleblowers to grow reluctant to file claims. The program was overhauled by Congress in 2006 amid such criticism. The report marks an increase in awards paid from $8 million in 2011. ...
Date: Thu, 23. April 2015 16:47:00
Update, 3:40 PST: Aaaaand of course there's already a Change.org petition to try and get Valve to reconsider paid mods. It's already received nearly 4,000 signatures which is pretty impressive, though Valve of course has no obligation to pay any attention. I expect this experiment to continue for a while, regardless of any animosity by the community.Original story below:https://www.change.org/p/valve-remove-the-paid-content-of-the-steam-workshop Draw up a list of the Top 5 Reasons to be a PC Gamer and you?d better make sure mod support is at the top. The ability for the PC community to come together and fix games that are broken, extend the lifespan of old games, or even convert games to entirely new purposes is the best reason to stay away from consoles. Just last week I replayed Max Payne (released in 2001) and used both a community patch that fixes some audio glitches and a mod to play in widescreen. Amazing.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Date: Mon, 9. January 2017 17:10:18
By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - An analysis of 15.3 million doctor office visits shows that physicians get paid significantly more if they are part of a large provider group, while insurance companies can dramatically reduce what they pay doctors for those visits if they've consolidated their share of the marketplace. The study in Health Affairs puts some hard numbers to a basic economic concept of market dominance and the bargaining that accompanies it. Just increasing their market share to 5 to 15 percent reduced the average amount the insurer paid to $70, or 18 percent less.
Date: Sat, 17. January 2015 22:04:00
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Date: Thu, 25. February 2016 00:25:42
Amazon is in the midst of a TV and movie spending spree, an apparent attempt to beat out streaming rivals like Netflix and Hulu by outbuying them. Amazon Studios has done deals with directors Jim Jarmusch, Spike Lee, Todd Solondz, and Terry Gilliam that will see their movies arrive on Amazon Prime, and has spent lavishly on its own range of original TV shows, including The Man in the High Castle. Most recently it landed the rights to Woody Allen's still-untitled next movie, in a deal that The Hollywood Reporter said today was worth $15 million upfront ? an extravagantly expensive offer 15 times the amount Sony Pictures Classic paid for Allen's last movie. There's no guarantee Allen's Amazon debut will be a commercial success ? the director is particularly divisive figure, following on from sexual abuse allegations by his adoptive daughter, and his movies are hardly summer blockbusters at the best of times.
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