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The Economic Times
Tencent to buy Finnish game-maker Supercell for $8.6bnsaid, adding that mobile games have a shelf-life of only around six months. Di
Tencent to buy Finnish game-maker Supercell for $8.6bn
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
said, adding that mobile games have a shelf-life of only around six months. Dickie Wong, executive director of research at Kingston Securities, echoed Lun. "For Tencent, acquisition is the only way they can expand their business because they are... Read more
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Herald Sun
The world’s most powerful women namedare the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of
The world’s most powerful women named
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
are the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. There are 32 chief executives on the list, 12 world leaders and 11... Read more
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Perth Now
The world’s most powerful womenare the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of
The world’s most powerful women
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
are the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. There are 32 chief executives on the list, 12 world leaders and 11... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The world’s most powerful womenare the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of
The world’s most powerful women
Adelaide Now / Posted 24 days ago
are the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. There are 32 chief executives on the list, 12 world leaders and 11... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The world’s most powerful womenare the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of
The world’s most powerful women
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
are the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. There are 32 chief executives on the list, 12 world leaders and 11... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The world’s most powerful womenare the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of
The world’s most powerful women
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
are the highest-ranked. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. There are 32 chief executives on the list, 12 world leaders and 11... Read more
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BBC News
Record showing for China on 'power women' listthe highest-ranked Chinese women. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief exe
Record showing for China on 'power women' list
BBC News / Posted 25 days ago
the highest-ranked Chinese women. Also on the list are Pollyanna Chu, chief executive of Hong Kong financial services firm Kingston Securities, and China's First Lady Peng Liyuan.Image caption Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer, 41, is the... Read more
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PhysOrg
China's Lenovo posts $128 mn net loss last yearSimsen Financial Group, adding that their traditional business of manufacturing
China's Lenovo posts $128 mn net loss last year
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
Simsen Financial Group, adding that their traditional business of manufacturing PCs is in decline. Analyst Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities said the company was failing to snatch customers from competitors. "If I want to buy a cellphone I would... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
China's Lenovo posts $128 mn net loss last yearSimsen Financial Group, adding that their traditional business of manufacturing
China's Lenovo posts $128 mn net loss last year
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 1 months ago
Simsen Financial Group, adding that their traditional business of manufacturing PCs is in decline. Analyst Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities said the company was failing to snatch customers from competitors. "If I want to buy a cellphone I would... Read more
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