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Nokia to sell HERE Maps. Who should buy?

Nokia is willing to sell HERE, a mapping division left by Microsoft-Nokia deal. HERE is the biggest competitor to Google maps currently in the market. Nokia wants its valuation be above 3 billion. 333 more words

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Revolution Events acquires Kent 2020 Vision LIVE

Kent-based company takes full control of UK’s largest regional B2B event: Kent 2020 Vision LIVE.

Revolution Events have announced their acquisition of the Kent 2020 Vision portfolio of events and information services, after successfully managing the events on contract for the past four years. 356 more words

2020

ClassPass, the app that gives you access to different fitness classes around your city for a monthly rate, just made its first acquisition. Fitmob, a competitor with $14.8 million of its own funding, will be joining the ClassPass family to increase its network of gyms and studios. 36 more words

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Media and Analysts Praise BlackBerry’s Moves to Extend Security Leadership

It was a busy Tuesday at BlackBerry as the company made a series of security-themed announcements at the RSA Conference. First, we announced that BlackBerry has entered into a definitive agreement… 539 more words

Enterprise

Will Path sell off its social network to focus on Path Talk?

Path might sell off its social networking application to KakaoTalk, a mobile chat service popular in Asia, “multiple sources familiar with the deal” tell Recode. 606 more words

Tech

HKEx listing decision

HKEx Listing Decision 75-2 involved a change in direct control between two subsidiaries of the municipal government. The decision has implications for the possible use of reverse takeovers to restructure organisations, as so long as the ultimate control of the organisation remains with the same entity, and that entity takes an active controlling role, then the subsidiaries should be free to change their lower level control structure… More: HKEx listing decision

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Path in Talks to Sell Social Networking App to South Korea's KakaoTalk

Path is in serious talks to sell its original social networking app, known as Path Classic, to the makers of South Korean messaging app KakaoTalk, according to multiple sources familiar with the deal. 377 more words

Mobile