Daily Archives: April 27, 2016

Business Software Maker Anaplan’s CEO Steps Down


Business software maker Anaplan, which was last valued at $1.1 billion in a private financing round, said its CEO has stepped down.

China Sales Slide Eats Into Apple Revenue


The once-hot China market accounted for a large chunk of Apple’s first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years, highlighting the global impact of the saturated Chinese smartphone market on global gadget makers.

Comcast to Increase Data Limits for Broadband Customers


Comcast more than tripled data limits for its broadband customers after facing customer backlash over its efforts to enforce caps and surcharges in several markets.

China Wants to Own Small Stake in Web Firms


The Chinese government’s control over the Internet could get even tighter, with regulators floating a proposal for the state to take 1% stakes in big Chinese Web firms.

PayPal Profit and Revenue Rise


PayPal Holdings Inc. posted better-than-expected results in its third report as a stand-alone company since parting ways with eBay Inc. last year, with transactions per active user account climbing.

Delegates Turn to GoFundMe to Pay Way to Conventions


Some delegates to this summer’s Republican and Democratic conventions, discovering the cost of participating could run into the thousands of dollars, have set up fundraising campaigns on the website GoFundMe.

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