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Shopify cuts app store fees for developers on first $1 million in revenue

An employee works at Shopify’s headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Chris Wattie | Reuters Shopify, the ecommerce platform companies can use to host online stores,

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Stocks should add to gains in the second half, but there are two big concerns

Stocks are expected to move higher in the second half of the year, propelled by strong earnings gains and super-charged economic growth. The market’s gains,

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Breaking down the trillion-dollar club now that Facebook is a member. The best one to own from here

Amazon is expected to rally the most with an average upside of 24%, according to analysts. Source link

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Duolingo files S-1 for IPO

Duolingo Co-founders Severin Hacker (L) and Luis von Ahn (R) Duolingo Language-learning app Duolingo filed its IPO prospectus on Monday, and plans to list on the Nasdaq

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Facebook hits trillion-dollar market cap for first time

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Chesnot | Getty Images News | Getty Images Facebook crossed $1 trillion in market capitalization for the first time on Monday.

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Nvidia’s takeover of Arm gets support from Broadcom, MediaTek, Marvell

Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., speaks during the company’s event at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles on Oct.

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Singapore aims to be global e-commerce hub as Asia’s digital economy grows

Singapore wants to become a leading e-commerce hub in Asia — but there may be challenges ahead. As the pandemic reshapes consumer behavior worldwide, more

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How Google won over biggest critics of San Jose megacampus

Google’s “Downtown West” proposal is Google’s fist mix-used campus, comprising of 80 sprawling acres in downtown San Jose. Sitelab Urban Studio Google‘s path to its

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TikTok insiders say Chinese parent ByteDance is in control

ByteDance Ltd.’s TikTok app is displayed in the App Store on a smartphone in an arranged photograph taken in Arlington, Virginia, on Monday, Aug. 3,

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Is it time for big business to pay up?

The G-7 nations have taken a major step toward global tax reform by agreeing to a minimum corporate tax rate of 15% on multinational companies.