Austria is seeking ways to make digital services like Google or Facebook pay taxes for transactions with the nation’s internet users, trying to plug gaps in a tax system still designed for brick-and-mortar business, according to Bloomberg.
On the occasion of celebrating 70 years of the tourist company Jadranka, we talked with Marko Lukičić, member of the Management Board of Jadranka Grupa about ICT solutions and the impacts they have on the business. Lukičić emphasizes that the Group has made certain strategic decisions and the first one was to establish a private data centre based on virtualization technology.
Apple cut off billions of dollars in payments to Qualcomm, turning a contract dispute into what one analyst called an "all-out war" that forced the chip supplier to slash forecasts given only days ago, according to Bloomberg.
Uber will begin offering U.K. drivers the ability to buy injury and illness insurance, a step to provide a safety net for the independent drivers it has long been criticized for treating poorly, according to Bloomberg.
Twitter won’t attribute a bump in activity on its platform to U.S. President Donald Trump’s prolific usage. But, according to Bloomberg, the president’s tweets certainly put the company in the spotlight, Twitter COO Anthony Noto said.
Amazon and Alphabet posted results that extended their dominance of how we shop and search online. Apple and Facebook will in the coming days add evidence that tech behemoths command an ever widening share of consumer time and spending.
U.S. cable and satellite-TV providers suffered their worst first quarter of subscriber losses in history, raising fresh concerns that cord-cutting will accelerate and drag down media stocks, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sold about $1 billion in company stock as part of a planned divestiture, a month after the world’s third-richest man said he spends about that amount annually on his space exploration company Blue Origin, according to Bloomberg.
India’s Infosys said it plans to hire 10,000 Americans in the next two years, following criticism from the Trump administration that the company and other outsourcing firms are unfairly taking jobs away from U.S. workers, according to Bloomberg.
The judge presiding over Waymo’s trade-secrets fight with Uber said it seems “overwhelmingly clear” the engineer at the center of the case took confidential files but there’s no “smoking gun” proof the ride-hailing company illegally used the information, according to Bloomberg.
Canada is the official partner country of gamescom 2017 (22 to 26 August). Koelnmesse and the German Trade Association of Interactive Entertainment Software (BIU) have won one of the world's leading developer locations for computer and video games for gamescom 2017.
There is a growing need in the Croatian market for space in data centers. Therefore, Altus has decided to expand its existing DC 3, which we talked about with Goran Đoreski, the first man of the company.
Incensed over Apple’s decision to stop paying it billions of dollars in licensing fees for smartphone chips, Qualcomm plans to retaliate by asking a U.S. trade agency to ban the imports of iPhones, according to Bloomberg citing a person familiar with the company’s strategy.
Satya Nadella’s plan to reshape Microsoft as a cloud-computing company hit a snag in the third quarter, when lackluster sales of Surface tablets and weaker demand for corporate software-support services kept revenue growth in check, according to Bloomberg.
Apple reported falling iPhone sales, highlighting the need to deliver blockbuster new features in the next edition of the flagship device if the company is to fend off rivals like Samsung, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft introduced its first true laptop, a $999 device running a souped-up version of Windows software that’s aimed at college students and represents the company’s latest bid to become a player in hardware to rival Apple, according to Bloomberg.
Foxconn said it plans a big increase in investments in the U.S. after billionaire Chairman Terry Gou visited the White House over consecutive days, including a meeting with President Donald Trump, according to Bloomberg.
Sony shares jumped to their highest since May 2015 after a bullish earnings report triggered analyst predictions that the electronics maker could achieve record profit this year, according to Bloomberg.
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman is getting investors to embrace his strategy of converting the online payments platform into a digital wallet, even if it requires deal-making that may diminish profit margins, according to Bloomberg.
Western Digital’s earnings showed the value of its SanDisk acquisition and how much it has to lose if a partnership with Toshiba is disrupted by the desperation sale of the Japanese company’s chip unit, according to Bloomberg.
Philips said a strong order book and resilient performance in markets including China and India would allow the Dutch health-care equipment provider meet sales targets, even as uncertainty surrounding U.S. policy led hospitals there to delay spending, according to Bloomberg.
Texas Instruments, which has one of the biggest customer lists in the semiconductor business, gave an outlook suggesting demand remains strong for components across industries from cars to factory equipment, according to Bloomberg.
Finally, the last results are here of telecom operators' business in the first quarter of this year. While the strongest telecom and former monopolist realizes solid revenue under strict regulatory control, it is apparent on the market that the two largest ones, i.e. HT (Reuters: HT.ZA; Bloomberg: HTRA CZ) and Vipnet, profit from the revenue consolidation of Crnogorski Telekom and Metronet.
Dropbox 's CEO said the company is now generating a profit excluding interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, a key metric that investors are watching as the file-sharing software maker moves closer to becoming a public company, according to Bloomberg.