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"axel springer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Let's get down to the story here about phil linden. I know that's his name. Because he's the guy what made evernote if that sounds familiar did to me. Well now runs a company called Like that which acts as a virtual camera and video presenter letting users easily creating record videos and graphic slides and more so if you're Now you're all caught up on what that company does what they do the news today that the company is announcing one hundred million dollars in funding. Now that's significant because here on dtn s. You rarely ever hear the show. Cover funding rounds. It's not really you know part of the tech news. So why are we talking about today. And bloomberg's article liban says he thinks Could help eliminate the scourge of so many workers schedules the update meeting. You know the ones meetings to have meetings and a lot of cases anyway says We'll make it easier for people to record their updates for co workers to watch at their own leisure Maybe a faster speed leading meetings to to be a little bit shorter and full of actual brainstorming. That's the idea. Limit claims it has saved ninety minutes a day because of and companies are giving it a try. they're all given a a try Corporate customers include axel spring. Excuse me axel springer porsche. Apex and cisco systems and is a content creator. I'm interested in trying..

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Musk predicts full autonomy from 2021

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

03:17 min | 8 months ago

Musk predicts full autonomy from 2021

"All right so getting into the must interview. This was earlier today. Yulon was accepting the axel award the fifth person to win this award so we sat down for about a thirty minute. Chat or so with axel springer's see up overall. I thought it was a really good interview. I'll put the link in the show notes. A lot of stuff that we have heard before of course but some interesting new insights as well from you on. I think the biggest headline will probably be comments around. Autonomous driving axles springer. Ceo asked quote win. Is thomas driving really really going to happen. And quote and john said quote. I'm extremely confident of achieving full autonomy and releasing it to the tesla customer base next year. And so of course. We've heard comments like this from the past. And we also have this sort of convolution going on between full autonomy and tesla's full self-driving option as oftentimes ilan will talk with that as a frame of reference and talk about win. That option will be feature complete which is not necessarily full autonomy so the actual springer co did a great job here of clarifying that point saying level five relief full autonomy and eline replied. Yes yes and quote so just to clarify what that means that five is defined as the vehicle being incomplete control and it can handle all circumstances conditions that a human driver could reasonably handle so essentially full autonomy. If we step down the levels level four is basically the same except it is only in certain locations or in certain circumstances so you can think of something that is geo fenced or maybe only works during the daytime or when. It's not raining something like that. But if all those conditions are met it can be fully autonomous. It doesn't even need deva pedal or steering wheel and again. The vehicle has full control and responsibility stepping down to level three. This is the middle ground. Where under certain conditions within the drive the car may be able to take over but when those conditions are no longer the case. The car needs to alert the driver to be ready to take over with a reasonable warning period. So good example there is. Maybe it's highway only where you don't really need to pay attention. There's no nag but as your your exit. Maybe the cartels you. Hey and ten seconds you need to be ready to take over control so to go from level to where the driver is info control but has sort of assistance features to go to level. Three is really a big significant step and even with the full. Self-driving beta test tesla has not taken that step quite yet but of course. That's what they hope to be able to collect data four to be able to prove that eventually the system can go ahead and confidently have control needing that driver monitoring if that happens on some portions of the drive. Tesla ben is able to step up to level three. If tesla's confident that that can happen for all portions of some drives that step to four and if it can take over every drive all the time that's level five so ilan feel confident that they can eventually get to level. Five yuan here is saying that that will happen next year again. That would be quite a step up. From where tesla is today as for regulations allowing something like this. You llamas competent that at least some jurisdictions will allow that next year and from my limited research on this. I'm pretty sure many states already do think florida is a great example where fully autonomous vehicles are already permitted and ready to go where nothing would need to change in the regulations to allow a level five operation of course many other areas could be more strict and the regulation. And it'll sort of get phased in. I think over time if this is able to be achieved

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"axel springer" Discussed on Equity

Equity

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Equity

"So I'm hype but the point is it's not like the is line of Vanity asset that has forty eight cents in revenue loses a bunch of money. It's binding company that has mostly self funded that does dinner immaterial incomes and so that the dollar amount this seventy, five, billion dollars valuation possibly with incentives at it on make some sense and does provide a little bit of framing for the Juggernaut about where it could land. It just puts stuff in the market that offer comps which helped. And I think the key is, is itself which we haven't talked a lot about on the show on a unannymous, an of corporate front but it is a very ambitious strategy I mean it wants to double and triple newsroom. It wants to triple its revenues over the next couple of years It's well-financed a bunch of the German publishers of I recall. Axel springer axel springer soup to me like there's a huge opportunity there. Where have you double down on your niche double down on what you do best I think the I really wants to be the I don't think they're Gen Z. But certainly the millennial Gen X. of the Wall Street Journal and the Wall Street Journal still struggles with this this age issue from what I hear it still in the sixties in terms of average age of readers. So you know there is really an opportunity for the business economic focused reader to capture that at the earlier ages. Totally I. Think you're spot on with the MVP Strategy Danny I don't remember of my head, but they've made a couple of really high profile hires over the past couple of weeks of editors from publications was people on twitter are kind of joking about like how did you do this and I, don't think it would be crazy. If be I, bought a data company that tracks start up funding and financing down the road like I think we. Like. To existence. Network of Bi, form and be I like does need to do this. Is hiring aggressively, they are looking to stop. They're very serious about this. They have a strategy around driving subscriptions to their product, building out individual newsrooms, and their legitimate has reputation from ten years ago for being kind of the about like Click Bait and like loud headlines and stuff. GROWN UP A lot and I don't think just as TC should be judged by its two thousand eight form. I don't think there was one dude shot in the Internet I. Don't think that the I should be held to everything that he used to do just as buzzfeed news Super Syria's versus two thousand and ten bucks dot com not comparable. So I think they're ambitious again excited by this as a reporter but Danny let's move onto axios and another success story in the back of world access as a success story. So access start a couple of years ago by Jim Vander of the politico alums Allen who's famous for his playbook and what access is really pioneered the idea for newsletters. You know this is not exactly brand new in the sense of the Internet..

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KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant

FT News

11:26 min | 2 years ago

KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant

"The influential German media group, Axel Springer is seeking to go private with the help of US investor K are the greet paves that freeing itself from short-term market scrutiny will play the past for ambitious expansion plans Katie Martin discusses the move with our ash CG and vice versa. So tell us a bit about the history of Axel Springer. Where does the company fit into the German media scene will re company was founded right after the war by access Clinger, the hugely powerful archetype, German media tycoon. The power of the company really has long rested on ownership of bills, the German, tabloid paper, which is the biggest selling newspaper in Europe and hugely influential still in Berlin circles. What has made spring, quite special was always had a very strong political stance is very conservative paper. It's as editorial principles that or the journalists have to sign up to those included before unification that papers had to work towards helping Germany reunify, very strong supporter of transatlantic alliance with the US, very strong supporter of Israel. So it's a sort of very powerful commercially successful. But. Also, the very value driven publisher. And so over the years, obviously, it has changed its make up quite drastically. Many of the regional papers were sold off and it's tried to reinvent itself. And it's quite successfully as digitally focused company. So obviously billed as the biggest title, but what would be the other name publications the rest of us over here in London might know about the other well-known old media opportunity, they have is developed, which is sort of conservative broadsheet daily, but a very sort of spectacle paper, whereas Il can be quite wild until very recently running topless photos on the front page every day, of course shipping, a famous people surprised by the financial times in two thousand fifteen but narrowly, failed them was beaten out by Nikai, but company has really tried to reinvent itself. As a digital company over the last decade in particular, and that has meant heavy investment in two areas. One is in the online ads business, both for property and for jobs. Where spring owns some of the biggest sites in Europe in the U K in France and Germany in particular. And that segment of the business now makes up by far the bulk of their earnings. So she decided very early on to exit some of their old media businesses and shift money into new media. I'm so on the one hand that is this online ads business. And on the other hand that's investments in properties, such as business insider, the US news sites which they bought in twenty fifteen and setting up a joint venture to launch political Europe, in Brussels, most change, what are the main shareholders wants take the company private? And what are the terms of the deal will there's been sort of falling out of love between management and shareholders in particular over the past year management, especially CEO matere Turner feels that Springer needs to invest invest, invest in the titular to show up the companies. Wrong position in the online business. And what has happened is that over the past year in particular, it had to downgrade its guidance largely because of the need for more investment. And so that's not on the management board. And clearly also either spring out of founder's widow who owns more than forty percent of the company's. Still, they feel that the company is at a stage where it needs to invest, where needs trade sort of short term earnings for long term prospects and shareholders just don't seem to be willing to go along with that. And that really is sort of Reuss of the idea to take spring a private and to do that. Feeder, Springer's widow and Mr. depth no who himself owns two point eight percent of the company have teamed up with KKR and they are offering shareholders, sixty three euros a share which is a forty percent premium to the undisturbed share price. But it's still quite substantially below where the share was only last year. So is this a? Good deal for the minority shareholders, who are going to be both out. Well, it was an interesting statement that came out of extra Springer on the day that the author was sort of finally made public and confirmed on the very same day they issued a pretty hefty profit warning. And so, basically the message to shareholders walls, whatever you think of this price that we're offering you, if you don't take it, you info quite a bumpy ride, because the company will prioritize investment over short term profit and over reliably raising the dividend, and these kinds of things that shareholders, like so probably the message to shareholders at least it's been it's not gonna get any better for you. If this deal doesn't go through. So Arash why would you know, big, shiny US private equity group like take care? Be interested in paying a premium to help the company take yourself by that. Well, there's a couple of dynamics at play. I mean first of all, kick yards a very big European presence. So they're already on the continent throw in the fact that actual Springer and build. In particular, come with a lot of social capital in the sense that you're playing with one of the most powerful and influential media companies in Europe and getting your hands on one of these prize, commodities is often very attractive for people if you think about the company's structure with free to stringer owning over forty percent of the company's control and Matisse dope. Never at their two and a half percent. The idea of ever really having a say in a company like this is a rare commodity. So if you're kick are, there's a couple of tractive reasons there now actual Springer has been thinking about this for some time, Amatya still who's the engineer of this whole transaction has been interviewing private equity firms over the last few months, I discovered in my reporting and selected KKR for a number of reasons. And so they are now teamed up and while importantly, the structure basically sees the kick AARP has to satisfy getting twenty percent of the minority shareholders. So if you think that free to spring controls about forty two percent Matisse stove close to three percent. They need to get to about sixty five percents delist the company, and so that's why the offer comes with the terms that says care, I need I about twenty. Sent a minimum of twenty percent of the shares out once the private care will still be a minority partner, but they will have influence and so on so forth and in the European private equity environment. There are very few deals where you can put a check of a billion euros. I work in one go. So this is quite attractive for a number of reasons and obviously, the main reason why company like KKR goes into bed with anyone is to make a ton of money for its shareholders. So that's principally the goal here. So speaking of making a ton of money what all the plans for the company beyond the deal will you got to imagine there's a couple of things going on. There's probably some structural changes to the company and its alignment and jobs, which will probably be better executed private and out of the headlines wants. It's private. We don't get to see what's happening. It's a lot harder comes a lot less transparent. Some of the difficult decisions that public markets, create for management will no longer be there. So that means the restructure structure, fire people that will happen outside the glare of the public eye. Maybe some of the dirtier work inside the portfolio of assets that isn't as nicely managed. Can be shut off in ways that again, don't get the same attraction and equally. If you want to make big bets on certain other businesses, you then have firepower and the ability to go for it without public markets judging the transactions. So you have to imagine that there is a plan for kick AR to basically bring firepower to the table for them to pursue transactions to then ultimately see them in maybe five years time returned to market at a big profit for everybody. So companies have traditionally preferred to raise cash from shareholders on the public markets toward extended this going into reverse. This is a bit of a unique situation. And in fact, Qiqihar has experienced doing this in Germany, where there's typically large foundation or large shareholder as the cornerstone investment care help, take a market research company called Jeff K private in Germany, similar structure almost the same playbook. Twenty percent added onto the deal to delist and to it that way. It's a different form of LB OBE leveraged by because you're not buying out the whole thing as majority partner, you're buying it as a minority part. But all the advantages of elbow exists, as long as you can work through the management structure, which you won't have as much influence over. So I don't think this is a major trend in terms of public private markets. I think it's unique to companies where there's a cornerstone investor with forty two percent sitting there and the options are limited. So this is kind of a unique structure almost German specific and a lot of ways and care has done it before. It's very specific to kick AR. So what are the big challenges for the company now is it getting the daily of the line, or is it taking what could be quite painful decisions once, that's all done? They probably have a plan for what they're going to do once. It's all done the hard part is getting across the line. So if you're kick AR union to make sure that twenty percent of the investors sign up to this the could play hardball with you. There's history of people like Elliott and some really clever investors going in enforcing railroading companies to pay more money in deals. There's a added complication, which is that there are heirs of the Springer family who also have roughly ten percent of the company axel. Vents Springer spends finger and Ariane Melanie Springer who have about ten percent combined now. My reporting suggests that it's not all hunky Dory on the family side and it's not like everyone's on the same page. I'm not saying it's like HBO show succession, but, you know, families are complicated in the politics within that is always tricky as we've seen in, in other media family like the Murdoch's. So the question is will these to put their ten percent in, because that already gets K are halfway there, or do they take the view that this is going to be, so profitable once they take it private and fix it up that they should stick around and that automatically add some complication because then it shortens lists, the view is they're going to ride the journey still and want to get rich off what happens. So they'll have to convince the other shareholders, this is a good deal. And that's the primary challenge right now families, plus money always equals drama. Right. And great headlines and headlines, she great for us. But Tobias how is this going down in Germany? How's it being viewed, this surprisingly little political reaction to this? I mean as the rash mentioned. Spring is hugely politically influential, all the perhaps, less with the Mackel government than with all the previous ones. I think it's in very much presented here as a move to shore up the sort of long term future of the group. It's been presented and also launch the scene. I think as a move in favor of sort of a long term view, rather than short-term pressure from the capital markets. And as we know that kind of discourse tends to go down quite well with the German public. So they're certainly been very little criticism of this deal. And I think there's also sort of expectation or hope that extra could use this window can use this freedom of being a private company to bulk up and protect itself against, for example, new competition from the likes of Google, which is pushing very hard into the market for online small ads. So I think this is a deal that is really metro little criticism from any corner him. That was Katie mountain. Compass markets editor, soaking Arash Markazi corporate finance deals editor and Tobias the Berlin correspondent, thanks for listening. Don't

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"axel springer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get you up to date of the news, you need to know at this hour songs you're falling around the world amid signs of the revival and risk, appetite may have overshot as trade concerns. Still linger. President Trump says he won't make a deal with China, unless Beijing returns to terms negotiated earlier in the year right now, China wants to make a deal very badly. It's me right now. That's holding up the deal. So we get more on the trade negotiations. Now from Bloomberg's Christine Burke, what Trump had to say, was look, we had to deal with China, and unless they go back to that the US has no interest in making another deal. He also pointed head today, G twenty summit saying that he really does hope he'll get a chance to meet with Xi Jinping. We haven't heard much from the Chinese side of things about whether or not, that's going to go ahead. Another thing that Trump had to say was that the US is either going to get a great deal with China, or it's not going to get a deal at all. Meanwhile, the editor in chief of the global times, says Beijing doesn't plan to ease up on countermeasures economists are an tipping another team report on US inflation. But the consumer price index rising one tenth of a percent in may. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is reports boomberg economic system. Deflationary effects of the strong. Dollar have intensified keeping on the cost of some goods. There are hotspots residential property costs are up more than three percent from year earlier data Tuesday, showed wholesale costs remaining checked maize producer price index posted the smallest increase in four months. Then he gouge it is Bloomberg daybreak. Vinnie, thank you. KKR is seeking to buy out minority shareholders of Axel Springer in a deal that would value the German publisher at about seven point seven billion dollars, and that has shares of Axel Springer up nearly twelve percent. Shares of tesla are of two percent at the company's annual meeting CEO Elon Musk told shareholders sales, this quarter could hit record levels, and beyond me. Shares are down two percent in the pre market after plunging twenty-five percent yesterday. The fo meet makers been downgraded at Sanford Bernstein, even with the recent slide shares are up more than four hundred percent since last month's IPO SNP futures are down seven points this morning. Dow futures down sixty NASDAQ futures down thirty four the ten year treasury up seven thirty. Thirty seconds, yield, two point one. One percent yield on the two year one point eight eight percent at NYMEX. Crude oil is down two point eight percent at fifty one dollars seventy six cents a barrel, straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Karen, five thirty three on Wall Street. And John Tucker is monitoring events around the world. Good.

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KKR offers 40% premium to buy out Axel Springer minorities

Financial Issues

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

KKR offers 40% premium to buy out Axel Springer minorities

"We're watching Axel Springer surge thirteen percent. It's really, really impressive. So then uses that Qiqihar seeking to buy out minority shareholders have actual Springer in a deal. They would value, the German publisher as much as six point eight billion euros and moreover, the largest shareholder fetus, Springer, she's the widow of the founder and the seal mantias doctor who owned forty five percent of the company together, the are on board of this deal. So it is expected to go

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"axel springer" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of a percents off to two days of declines getting a little bit of a bounceback most industry groups, in the green led by oil and gas and media stocks in terms of individual stocks just wanna highlight Axel Springer because that's the best performer up moving twenty percent right now we're learning KKR and Axel Springer founding, family are in tool with Jim and publishes bullet about potential strategic investment in the company. So that's something to keep an eye on across the regional equity. Benchmarks, you'll see the Footsie-100 up two tenths of a percent. Cat, Fulton ducks bec splits. He may all in the green off to the S and P five hundred a March, low yesterday seeing futures Kaya on people. Eamon. He's on NASDAQ futures on Dow futures as well this while we're seeing a bit of a pools in the Noah move in global boned yield to the ten year. Treasury yield is up one and a half basis points to twenty eight handle tenure yield moves high by two basis points as well. How are we going to fall in pricing, three fed rate cuts by the end all twenty twenty or are we just seeing a little bit of month portfolio repainted saying across equity and bond markets something to think about as we all seeing yields move Haya stocks moved higher as well? The Bloomberg dollar index NIA a five-month, high taking a quick check on oil. We're seeing it high WTI above fifty nine dollars a barrel. Brent crude above sixty nine offset that API data and just a note that Switzerland has gained as much as seventeen percent in trading debut. That's opening business. She's onto Kilhof. What's going on around the world? Good morning, Nara. At least seven people have died and twenty one missing after capsized on the Danube river and Hungary's cat. Day on aeronautic Toko Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts immortal hundred twenty countries..

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"axel springer" Discussed on UX Podcast

UX Podcast

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on UX Podcast

"And you can save time just close those boxes because they're redundant because we've blocked the underlying trackers because we can't trust these companies do achy really. I hope that browsers will stein forcing those rules for us. Most stop blocking cocoons by default to because we can't trust businesses to do what it's not in their best interests. They're unlikely to change your uh-huh lying. Business model is still as it is for the majority of <hes> news website for example. They aren't going to change our behavior because it means the end of what they're currently doing haven't reached position to transition to something else you are those are very interesting case axel springer in germany though fighting this big case against ends up blocking and the lawyer actually said that <hes> the tracking is their business. The content on the new site is just the means instigating people to click on the aunt and you think how upside down world when the sites that we rely on for nine what's going on. They don't see that as the businessman. It's journalism as the model it's. How do we get people to click on ads. That's crazy an on side. We've we've broken for those few times thing about the the dreams nine dylan the ideas we had for the internet and <hes> twenty years ago also it's kind of turned into the opposite some of the things that go into it for the same reason i love the idea era the democratization of information that you could not only could i learn about whatever i wanted sort of spread shan knowledge <hes> everything thing i needed to learn about building for the web i could learn from the web which is just so cool and i don't think that's gone away and i think that there's still a lot of hopeful. Projects checks out there. I think we just have to understand how business effector i'm. We need just find different business. Models that where we can make technology work worked for social good as well. Hopefully we'll just see this. We'll look back in history at this kind of maybe ten year period as the dark period and and they'll be much brighter future they say that the pendulum swings from sort of dark to light and back again so i hopefully but i think that we can't expect it to do it without us doing anything we have to intervene. We can't just go a little hard. It will swing back. We've we've got to take our responsibilities for right and also i mean being informed as a consumer is crucial because the people who are informing can make demands on these companies who for misbehaviour but it seems that most people are just not aware or not understanding what is happening with their data what they're except what type of tokyo types of terms they're accepting yeah. That's because a lot of these businesses are spending huge amounts of money on sort of marketing clinton campaign's and dark patterns and all the things to cover these things up so we don't hear about them and yeah they provide us with cool free he stuff and so it's hard it's very hard to fight against convenience and i think that's why a lot of it starts with the people who are capable full of building these products to build alternatives that are more ethical and because we can't tell people to leave on ethical technology. There is no alternative do you believe in certification of our industry are professional industry. I think it can be valuable to understand understand qualifications to each other but i'm i'm not sure there are many systems that can't be gained or points. Yes i think that we we just need to hold each other to account and call each other out. It's not fun being confrontational and i think both swedish and british culture and all cultures that enjoy being confrontational have bought. I think that we do you need to do it. We need to be on there are plenty of people in the world who are happy pizza carry on doing things as they do and unless we call them out they'll keep doing it anymore. Advisor and if we want to make sure that i mean not just not just this it also accessibility side specifically what are other things. We need to really be doing often calling people out yeah i think i think we need to try to educate ourselves about these issues. I think a lot of people kind of think we'll advertising. That's not my responsibility and accessibility. All the developers will deal with that and so we need to sort of the idea of being the t shaped designer at the idea that you have a broad understanding of much of your field and then you have a deep understanding of of <hes> because once you have that wide understanding of oh maybe this could be accessibility problem as long as you're where you can go and find out how to fix it so many resources out there there are so many brilliant accessibility experts who share resources for free and so it's not expensive the expenses your time and but it's very easy to get educated and she don't have to spend any money doing it so we just need to make sure that you we have those inputs that mean that we're aware for the issues are because once your way you much michael to dig into things deeper. There was one thing that happened on on the states today. That's interesting because sometimes you use it for that effect as well the smart deal though which makes people laugh but it's an incredible invasion of privacy the example you're describing when people laugh about it maybe nervously but how do you feel about that because it's this is should be so much more serious than actually instigating laughter yeah well. I'm part of it is to provide some relief because people are feeling increasingly tense by all all of the things that i'm showing them the quite terrifying it's like an episode of black mirror and so yeah see you kind of you might laugh initially because it's hard or it's something it's a funny sex toy and then you actually make people think about over the data that comes from is incredibly intimate and it's that way of starting to help people think about things that they use in their everyday life and it could be affected. I didn't even mention smart speakers. I it is the most prevalent right now in people's homes slides from the mobile devices which are in the same thing. I wish the recall of listen not even worse because they move around with the g._p._s. Yeah i think the devices bill my devices provide the g._p._s. and the smart speaker provide the listening and yeah between them and of course because they are very easy to connect. Both of those things too can build very broad picture of what you're we're about what you do so with your experience of different cultures. Why do you think it is that <hes> smart speakers haven't become as prevalent and sweden as it has for example in england where it seems that a lot of people have smart speakers but i don't mean a lot of people have them here. Do wonder whether parts of it is that saying about inclusivity and how a lot of it's designed for english speaking people they the difficulty in trying to communicate with <hes> things can be really hard because if they don't necessarily recognize i'm very lucky very boring standard british accent very easy for voice recognition but then when i tried to say my partner's name to cool call him i mean does it understand what are all is. It's not an english name and so. I have to give him all of these different kind of different names in my contact so that i can that. She got it to call him. When i'm driving this ridiculous shotgun approach yeah often it doesn't work for <hes> <hes> for people but yet i'm sure that the cultural differences <hes> lethal different kinds of things i mean i'm not very good at speaking to what swedish people decide much because i'm not one inches i lived here. I i con a lot of it is subconscious. We don't think about why we make the decisions that we might cleanup through but i think you're onto something because it's i don't think it's a privacy thing that people blur not buying them because of privacy is something else i mean i'm sure it's i found it very difficult arguing <hes> on those issues and sweden <hes> because i think a lot of things like having data about you publicly available is something that's very common in sweden because a lot of the government systems built around around that and yeah it's harder to argue the case for these things when a lot of it's already happened because then you're talking about removing power and taking it away. It's much easier to get there before you give the power to somebody else but that doesn't mean it's impossible. She gives you the ability to say for me for my data data. Yes i've been annoying few times. Emailing companies started doing it. I don't i i use it as a punishment. If someone keeps coming semester then i get frustrated by some of these marketing things. They required s._m._s. back to tom to stop. It's a premium semes- yeah on the bone. I ended up contacting the violent of a main. Thank me where we can just as a mess. No you can take me away. Yeah ooh i. I'm just trying to counsel subscription and they are insisting on. I had to find them and i said you don't i'd send them an email and i said i do not have to find out if you cancel also the subscription and it's dark pattern that you make that a requirement on your slam you think about people who don't have access to find people who find it difficult to use. He's finds that puts even more earnest on them. It's just not fair again. Having the right we're not interested in all human interest in the center yeah yeah i think one of the greatest tricks played on ourselves over the last few years is the idea that we're actually human centered and we actually she care about people they we keep saying we talk about empathy but actually a lot of the time we use an excuse to do all the things that is so true and so sorry not the best thing to cracks podcast trying not end under this topiary them. So what are you hopeful about. I'm hyphen about the fact that there are so many people working on alternatives. I think these are not necessarily groups. That are well funded. There are lots of people who really care about these issues and want to be able to particularly protect vulnerable people and that gives me a lot of hype that there are a lot of people out the who are doing hard work not making money doing it and just genuinely care and what better than that about humans yeah. Wow thank you much better. Hopefully thank you for joining us lawrence for.

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"axel springer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I'm Mark Zuckerberg. Hello human. I've been to burning men, and I've been to Coachella so nice to be back with you chatting as the people. Do we are? We really listening to it is the that movie that they made about me some years ago. Wow. What a film. Hey, you know, whereas the place that's completely safe to share all your personal data. We never lied to congress wait now one. Yes. But does he really have a podcast? I'm gonna look this up. You guys are very you're not helping here. He has the podcasts that he will that he has a new podcast that is available on Spotify. Who was part of a New Year's resolution for Mark Zuckerberg? Well, he used to kill his own meat. Yeah. And so, yeah, this is the natural progression to podcast, you should we listen in on the Mark Zuckerberg podcasts. Nah, I do. I want to hear what I've never heard him talk. I guess all of us can here. And then it only counts as one view. So that's. That's what we should do. We should play his podcast on ours. That all of our listeners can listen to it without hat. This is right in the middle to year or two ago. Just say you have some engineers and product managers internally say, okay, we think that there's something warring. Ways his voice did I just hear lets him or a guest? It looks like that that's him while the picture Sam he's talking with a Harvard law. Professor Jonathan zip train. Well, sit train poor guy. Do you spell it? The I T T R A N. And you think that that's that's his stage. Name you think he chose that? That's the name. He was born with. That's how I got all the way to Harvard. Yeah. Working like fighting against it. Like buds Bobby students. Kid Atlanta at me. Yeah. Yeah. So let me here. Let them play the intro to the Mark Zuckerberg podcast everyone this year. I am doing a serious or audio quality on the future of the internet and society and today porn, I've traveled to lands. Do today's discussion with the CEO of the largest news publisher in Europe stuff ner from Axel Springer. All right. Yeah. Wow. So you did not my sorry. He talks Mark Jonathan's. It train on another episode. Let's talk to messiah adopt Sner in this one. Well, I have to tell you. He definitely has quite the presence..

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"axel springer" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Here & Now

"They're all different complaints. And you'll find those same complaints about the internet that said people are going ahead and trying to tackle various parts of these problems with the perceived problems in the US, for instance, right now, the federal government probably unlikely to do a lot on their own, but various states most like California, but various other states are going to go ahead, and is to toot their own rules about internet regulation, which I think is eventually going to prompt the federal government to to step in and say, all right. We need one set of overarching rules to at least cover the US in the list of criticism that Facebook faces is its handling of people's private data. It's response to false news and Russian interference. Do you have a sense of what a restriction might be that a regulator might impose that might take care of one of those things I think the data stuff you can. The most effectively sort of quarantine because you can say all right. There are strict rules about keeping this data locked up and also making it portable. So if you do want to take it somewhere else, you can do that sucker pointedly endorsed that that's an easy thing for Facebook to say, frankly now that they have everyone's data, and no one at Facebook would argue that that data should be sort of left unattended in anyone can do what they want with it. So that's that's easy enough for Facebook to get their their head around. And by the way, a lot of these rules. You can argue one to benefiting Facebook because they'll sort of help entrench its position and make it harder and more onerous for competitor to start up because they've got a new set of rules. That's the extra cynical, but also logical take on this stuff stuff like stuff like figuring out, what's harmful content. That's going to be incredibly difficult who's who's going to actually be the arbiter of what's harmful content? Well, I'm wondering too if when you say that duck Aberg might be seeing the future and realizing this has to be the future needs to go along with it put an wondering also if he needed some help. Nope. If he's understanding that he's got to do some restricting. But he'd rather have it be somebody else other than him? You know, the free bird asking for it. If you again, the cynical in logical take is when you ask someone to help set up rules, then once those rules are set up you can go. Hey, these are someone else's rules. I'm just following them. And it actually removes responsibility from you. Yeah. Zeca Berg made other news this week during a conversation with the CEO of the German media group, Axel Springer. He floated this idea of a dedicated tab on Facebook where uses would go to find high quality news. Let's listen into a news feed..

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Private equity firms win over Scout24 with improved $6.4 billion bid

Masters in Business

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Private equity firms win over Scout24 with improved $6.4 billion bid

"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds Marquette. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the Sweden forty six year old share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer

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Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds market. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the sweeten forty six year share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer Tobias Hartmann, Greg Jarrett, Bloomberg radio

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"axel springer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So that's the market. I don't have to worry about I figure if let's say, you know, you know, I wanna live up in up north, and I co ops county I go up somewhere and cost county and there's like a newspaper radio station. I'll say look, and I wanna I wanna work here. I plan on settling here. They've a young person with a the resume, but I have not bragging but come on. I want a full time position. I imagine it would be some. It would it would go in my I would have at least something in my favorite, right? There was a position available. You would be qualified for it. But that's the big. If is if there's a position available if somebody leaves they might just decide to not have that position anymore and try to consolidate the staff and say, oh, well here are existing writers. You're just gonna have extra work to do now. Well for always be slots, right? I always going to be slots are always going to need on air talent to Brazil is going to be need to have someone. There's plenty of radio stations. That are local. I'm putting quotes around that. The don't have any local talent whatsoever. They have program director who does every single task. He does all the production work. He does the programming of the station, but he's not even on the air. It's just wall to wall syndicated programming. Now, I don't think that's a successful way to run a radio station. I think those stations generally will go under because I think you have to have some local content in order to have people care about what it is that you're offering. But that's another story. I mean, I'm not trying to imply that it's going to be easy or it's going to be a cakewalk. I'm just saying that. I do have some hope for anyone who's listened by show. You know, that's something. I don't see too often that I hope for anything. Nice to hear that. So here's the story from Bloomberg when apple Inc introduced the ipad, eight years ago media executives rejoiced at the time, the head of a German publisher, Axel Springer said about the tablet in two thousand ten quote, sit down once a day and pray to thank Steve Jobs that he is saving the publishing industry, but the idea of paging through a magazine on an ipad never really caught on newspapers and magazines have continued to struggle. Subscriptions have dwindled for many publications and ad revenue has shifted to the likes of Google and Facebook against that backdrop apples back with another idea that it says will help rescue the industry and it's getting much cooler reception. The tech giant is preparing to relaunch texture an app that it agreed to buy in March that offers unlimited access to about two hundred. Magazines the company plans to make it.

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"axel springer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Amazon into a company worth eight hundred billion dollars today it's made basil's the richest man in the world amazon now employ employs more than half a million workers and we should note the company is one of npr's underwriters amazon is now making movies and tv shows storing government data on the cloud selling internet connected door locks making the popular alexis smart speaker when a company gets to be this farreaching critics emerged from all directions and for amazon the most prominent one is president trump basis was asked about this by the head of a media company called axel springer in april the question was what if trump decided that amazon was too big and should be broken up here's basis for me again this is one of the things where i focused on what we can control and i expect whether it's you know the current us administration or any other government agency or on the road amazon is now a large corporation and i expect us to be scrutinized but what the scrutiny entails is unclear legal scholar lena con has been studying the power and impact of amazon she says that the government and the courts apply the laws in a way that makes it difficult to check amazon's dominance antitrust laws have become very focused on consumer welfare she saying the laws focus on making sure that consumers have enough choices or don't get overcharged for example but with amazon con argues the issue is not the short term interest of shoppers but the impact on the suppliers and the retailers and the competitors in all the areas where amazon looms large many of them now depend on amazon to reach their own customers and it shows how if you are amassing market power antitrust won't necessarily respond to that anymore unless it's obvious the also critic consumers.

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"axel springer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Amazon into a company worth eight hundred billion dollars today it's made basil's the richest man in the world amazon now employ employs more than half a million workers and we should note the company is one of npr's underwriters amazon is now making movies and tv shows storing government data on the cloud selling internet connected door locks making the popular alexis smart speaker when a company gets to be this farreaching critics emerged from all directions and for amazon the most prominent one is president trump basis was asked about this by the head of a media company called axel springer in april the question was what if trump decided that amazon was too big and should be broken up here's basis for me again this is one of the things where i focused on what we can control and i expect whether it's you know the current us ministration or any other government agency or in the world amazon is now a large corporation and i expect us to be scrutinized but what the scrutiny entails is unclear legal scholar lena con has been studying the power and impact of amazon she says that the government and the courts apply the laws in a way that makes it difficult to check amazon's dominance antitrust laws have become very focused on consumer welfare she saying the laws focus on making sure that consumers have enough choices or don't get overcharged for example but with amazon con argues the issue is not the short shortterm interest of shoppers but the impact on the suppliers and the retailers in the competitors in all the areas where amazon looms large many of them now depend on amazon to reach their own customers and it shows how if you are amassing market power antitrust won't necessarily respond to that anymore unless it's obvious you're also critic consumers.

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"axel springer" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"I'm john l the us editor in chief of business insider rich felonious away this week so i'm here to bring you a special episode of success high did it from berlin i was there last week for the third annual xl springer award and this year was an evening dedicated to the amazon founder and ceo jeff visas basis down with axel springer ceo dr matias doff ner where they talked about his career and all of his future ambitions axel springer's business insiders parent company after an intro from fiat chrysler chairman john elkin jeff matias spoke about all sorts of things like just investments in journalism at the washington post his space exploration and more here's the full conversation jeff welcome to berlin thanks screened to be here to tell you when we were sitting in the first road just a couple of minutes ago when the heartbeat was there jeff looked at me and i was breathing in and out and he looked at me and matias are you nervous said yes i'm always nervous on occasions like that and he said so am i really the richest man the world is nervous because he receives the award so be a bit forgiving we both nervous jeff we're so glad to really celebrate you tonight most importantly apart from all the reasons that we heard because you are role model for other young founders entrepreneurs so really have great ideas crazy ideas unconventional ideas and needing courage meant to simply do it and go for it and you have shown it to the world so that is really for me the most important thing.

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"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

"The new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos to berlin under knowle's the chairwoman of the center left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer's berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy of a prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and government as conservative chancellor angela merkel's junior partner starlight lounge presents an evening progressive box oh what a great audience tim the lights for this next one up too much there it is got to get things just right progresses name your price tool tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options richer budget and now the is right wait the lights are back on again judy can you and now it's completely dark progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law i'm rita foley with ap newsmen at a federal judge says the trump administration must resume the daca program that protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants from deportation president trump is privately telling his embattled veteran affairs nominee ronnie jackson to keep fighting to win senate confirmation though publicly the president says he told him i said what are you needed for so he'll be it's totally his decision but he'll me make a decision toronto police say most of the victims in monday's van attack where women as a chilling facebook message raises the possibility that the driver who plowed into pedestrians killing ten of them may have been angry women the police accused alleged to have posted a cryptic message on facebook minutes before he began driving the rented van and he drove it southbound on young street.

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"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

"And his wife brigitte to his administration's first steak dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are in critical condition a home depot loss prevention officer is an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting for our officers for their families and far entire dp family because we need you right now our hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join a protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos two billion andrea knowle's the chairwoman of the left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer's berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy of a prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and government as conservative chancellor angela merkel's junior.

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4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

24 Hour News

02:27 min | 3 years ago

4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

"And his wife brigitte to his administration's first state dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are in critical condition i home depot lost revenge an officer is in an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting our officers for their families and far entire dp family because we need you right now our hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the suspect in sunday's deadly waffle house shooting in nashville has been charged with four counts of homicide and is being held onto million dollars bond is the ap's donahue reports he was arrested on monday police got a tip from construction workers and travis ranking was found not far from his apartment he was apprehended in a wooded area suspect pronged out he falls get on the ground he got on the ground immediately thrown himself out other detectives came in assisted put him into custody and put him in cuffs police lieutenant carlos lara says officers went through rankings backpack they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with water five caliber ammunition a flashlight in holster on his person a federal officials says ryan king's father could face charges for returning guns to his son that were taken from him after an incident last year at the white house i'm ed donahue the new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos to berlin entry analysis the chairwoman of the center left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy ever prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and.

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Audi recalls thousands of vehicles; coolant pumps can overheat

24 Hour News

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Audi recalls thousands of vehicles; coolant pumps can overheat

"Of every purchase german automaker audis recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles worldwide ap's rita foley reports the recall covers many different models what he says the problem with the almost four hundred thousand vehicles it's recalling the electric coolant pump aitken overheat and may cause a fire the recall covers late model q five suv's and a fives and fours from twenty thirteen through twenty sixteen a six models from twenty twelve three twenty fifteen are also being recalled there have been no reports of fires but audi says the pump can become blocked or moisture inside it can cause an electrical short dealers will replace the pumps at no cost to owners i'm rita foley the first woman to be commemorated outside of britain's parliament with a bronze statue was unveiled on tuesday with a lightness of women's rights campaign will listen force it joining those of nelson mandela abraham lincoln winston churchill force it was president of the national union of women's suffrage societies and the key campaign in the movement that secured british women over thirty the right to vote in one thousand nine hundred eighteen the statue was erected in parliament square after petition was started by feminist activist caroline creative perez who previously led a successful campaign for jane austen to be depicted on a british banknote this statue by artist gillian wearing shoes forcet holding about not proclaiming courage cools to carry jeffrey where a phrase from one of his speeches the new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos does to berlin andrea knowle's the chairwoman of the center left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy of a prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after disastrous election result last year and its decision to enter the new jim and government as.

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"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on AP News

"To be veteran affairs secretary ap's shirley smith reports the president's choices facing some serious allegations hearing for ronnie jackson was scheduled for wednesday but senator richard blumenthal a democrat from connecticut and a member of the senate veterans affairs committee says he thinks there's a need for more time he said in fairness to admiral jackson so he and the administration have an opportunity to answer these questions believe and fairly and republican senator mike rounds of south dakota says jackson small staff at the white house will be an issue round said the committee still needs more paperwork from the white house on jackson shirley smith washington the new leader of one of jimmy's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos to berlin andrea knowle's the chairwoman of the left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship no let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy ever prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and government as conservative chancellor angela merkel's junior partner thailand's foreign minister says his country is willing and able to host a meeting between us president donald trump and north korean leader kim jong un but says no plans have been made to do so he was responding to questions from reporters who noted bangkok was one of several possible venues mentioned for such a summit which trump said could take place in early june to discuss north korea's denuclearization he told them thailand was able to help with such a meeting and had done so in the past adding the country was following the issue but there was no progress yet and it's a delicate subject hi it's jamie progressive's employee of the month two months in a.

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"axel springer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The main complaints at least from people's first reactions to this news was that this is not into an encrypted and wa if allah is going away and it's like what kind of what's the team doing over google that that's they would particularly know that people who care about those things and these days more than ever that that would be a real sticking point for something that obviously they're putting so much effort into it's disappointing to me because i prefer those into an encryption encrypted options like like wire and signal and given that there are so many competitors in that encrypted marketplace currently a why wouldn't they joined that marketplace why wouldn't they become a competitor while rc us is like sms in that it doesn't play well with an encryption so by implementing our is a standard it makes it more difficult whereas i message which is apple's roll your own can be undone encrypted because apple made it up would that would be the counter argument there isn't it because google sticking with the standard and putting their weight behind it it makes it more difficult than hey as a mess isn't encrypted either so this isn't a replacement for what's app or signal this is a replacement for us ms which already is an end in grip did so if that was your concern you probably weren't using us for those kind of messages anyway right germany's supreme court has dismissed a case brought by publisher axel springer against i o over their product adblocker plus you probably know him better as ad block right the court found adblocker plus was legal and overturned previous decisions that operating a white list was tantamount to unfair competition springer intends to take the case to germany's constitutional court on the grounds that ad blockers violate press freedom by disrupting online media and their financial viability so nate this this feels like springer was trying to say hey you can't do something that hurts our bottom line and the court says matt your bottom line isn't a company's concern you can find other ways to fund yourself.

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Sloppy report depicts Apple as struggling with LG as an alternative to Samsung OLEDs on new iPhones

Daily Tech Headlines

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Sloppy report depicts Apple as struggling with LG as an alternative to Samsung OLEDs on new iPhones

"These are the daily tech headlines for friday april twentieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt the verge reports google is working on a new messaging feature called chat it will be the name of google's rich communications service or are c s messaging option are cs as a standard meant to replace sms but uses data instead of using the sms portion of service chat will appear in the android messages app in addition google says it is pausing development on its messaging app aloe the wall street journal reports apple is having problems getting enough ola displays from lg that's not apples only supplier l apple actually gets most of its elit screens from samsung for its iphone screens now while it may be true that apple is cutting its supply orders with lg it's unclear if this means an overall supply cut for iphone production or just issues with lg's process during testimony in defensively proposed acquisition of time warner at and t ceo randal stevenson mentioned an online tv service launching in the next few weeks at and t watch as it is called will cost fifteen dollars a month to stream or be free for at and t wireless subscribers no word on what channels would be included but it would contain no sports germany's supreme court has dismissed a case brought by publisher axel springer against iso the owners of adblocker plus accord found that ad block plus was legal and overturned previous decisions springer intends to take the case to germany's constitutional court.

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Healogics, Inc. Names Lynn Merritt as New Chief Human Resources Officer

Daily Tech News Show

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Healogics, Inc. Names Lynn Merritt as New Chief Human Resources Officer

"These are the daily tech headlines for friday april twentieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt the verge reports google is working on a new messaging feature called chat it will be the name of google's rich communications service or are c s messaging option are cs as a standard meant to replace sms but uses data instead of using the sms portion of service chat will appear in the android messages app in addition google says it is pausing development on its messaging app aloe the wall street journal reports apple is having problems getting enough ola displays from lg that's not apples only supplier l apple actually gets most of its elit screens from samsung for its iphone screens now while it may be true that apple is cutting its supply orders with lg it's unclear if this means an overall supply cut for iphone production or just issues with lg's process during testimony in defensively proposed acquisition of time warner at and t ceo randal stevenson mentioned an online tv service launching in the next few weeks at and t watch as it is called will cost fifteen dollars a month to stream or be free for at and t wireless subscribers no word on what channels would be included but it would contain no sports germany's supreme court has dismissed a case brought by publisher axel springer against iso the owners of adblocker plus accord found that ad block plus was legal and overturned previous decisions springer intends to take the case to germany's constitutional court.

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"axel springer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"I'm very pleased very honored to be the new chairman of fipb ended up when i met my colleagues at the board of fap for the first time in a joined the board in in two thousand and aid they told me you know this is really the plays where you can do immediate business video colleagues all over the world and now we have standing here at the marketplace hefty f ipp world congress and if you look around you see everywhere colleagues who are doing business so this is still a value in itself but however times have changed since 2008 i think today fipb should be the platform of international collaboration of learning and of exchange of media companies magazine publishers digital publishers all over the world more than ever we need to collaborate we need to learn from each other lead to learn from the best and if he could be and and will be that's how a target an excellent platform for this and if you've but now let's talk about your group a little bit says oh tennis first of all what are your main titles at the moment bringing as a company that is based mainly on on two pillars one pillar is publishing we publishes wavelength leading daily newspaper ended deleting new side skuld blick and that bleak ch and ring is also publish run into national scale we run these joint venture with axel springer in eastern europe most of these countries where we are present we published leading daily newspaper theory of magazines.

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"axel springer" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"axel springer" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Oh so on his start with the largest fine the eu has ever levied four point two point four two billion euros trick wanted seven billion dollars to google because it uh pushed it according to the eu search results towards frugal it's shopping engine or the thing formerly known as frugal frugal doesn't even exist anymore our doesn't exist and i you know i'm not as you know i've criticize google forgetting into businesses that a you know a a search giant shouldn't get into leg youtube like content but i never felt like they they preferred they're shopping engine well it they they they do with us as those are ads and they sell those ads those ads appear topped the page and that's the way the business works uh how your article in political dot eu going right new lion's den is has exactly the ray headline two point four billion euros for google shopping really that was down did i was a good headline i like it but then you point out that this really probably has less to do with shopping and more to do with european companies that compete with google like axel springer in advertising right uh well you start here so i use every possible google product there is accepted as macintosh which doesn't work and not a if google would only make a computer of israel and would have won that microsoft would respect skype bond but as an oslo use every google partner as i have no sense of ever using google shop i use used for wolf ruled i'd i e i don't use frugal wasn't a shopping said it was a search engine search of shopping comparison right.

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