Yelp earnings; CBS, AT&T settle; Broadcom buys part of Symantec

Yelp earnings; CBS, AT&T settle; Broadcom buys part of Symantec … San Jose’s Broadcom says it has reached a deal to buy the enterprise business …

Number of the day

More Information

Daily Briefing is compiled from San Francisco Chronicle staff and news services. For more items and links, subscribe to the Tech Chronicle newsletter at www.sfchronicle.com/newsletters/tech-chronicle.

Twitter: @techchronicle

Read More

9%

That’s how much shares of Kraft Heinz fell Thursday after it said in an earnings report that it took charges in excess of $1 billion in the first half of the year due in part to the “perceived risk” to its value.

CBS, AT&T settle

The nearly three-week blackout of CBS stations on AT&T television services, including DirecTV and U-Verse, was resolved early Thursday. It had affected an estimated 6.6 million homes nationwide.

NLRB smells a rat

Scabby the Rat, a giant inflatable balloon used in many cities to protest the hiring of nonunion labor, faces a big threat from the National Labor Relations Board. The board is weighing whether to crack down on the rats, saying they may scare away customers from “neutral” businesses not involved in the labor dispute.

Investors like Yelp earnings report

Yelp shares jumped in after-hours trading Thursday — at one point rising 5% — after the San Francisco company’s earnings topped expectations. Its profit was 16 cents a share, while analysts had expected 12 cents. Revenue for the quarter was $247 million, slightly below what analysts had expected.

Broadcom buys part of Symantec

San Jose’s Broadcom says it has reached a deal to buy the enterprise business of cybersecurity company Symantec for $10.7 billion. Shares of Mountain View’s Symantec rose more than 12% Thursday amid speculation of a sale. It provides cloud, web and data security for organizations. The company also has a consumer business, which is not part of the deal.

Related Posts:

  • No Related Posts

Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Market | Types, Applications, Leading Manufacturers and …

… Yelp, Reviews.co.uk, Yotpo, PowerReviews, TestFreaks, TurnTo. Click to get Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Market Research …

The Latest Market study on Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools market with data Tables, Pie Chart & Graphs is released by Market Intellica that will provide complete assessment of the Market and covers developing trends, current situation analysis, and development factors, and industry validated market data. Some are the key players from the coverage that are also part of the study are Trustpilot, Feefo, Kiyoh, Bazaarvoice, eKomi, Trustspot, Reevoo, Reziew, Yelp, Reviews.co.uk, Yotpo, PowerReviews, TestFreaks, TurnTo.

Click to get Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Market Research Sample PDF Copy Here @: https://www.marketintellica.com/report/MI41081-global-ecommerce-rating-and-review-tools#enquiry

Key highlights of the report:

  • How Companies are profiled in the report ?

    A complete valuation is done on a list of companies taken into consideration by following certain industry standards like NAICS, ICB, etc. to reach the most relevant profile or manufacturers. More importance is given on SMEs that are emerging and evolving in the market with their product presence and industrial upgraded modes, players that are also part of study taken from a vast list of coverage are Trustpilot, Feefo, Kiyoh, Bazaarvoice, eKomi, Trustspot, Reevoo, Reziew, Yelp, Reviews.co.uk, Yotpo, PowerReviews, TestFreaks, TurnTo and many more.

  • Can we add or profiled a new company or customize a list of companies in the final study?

    Yes, we can add or profile a new company as per client need in the final report. Final confirmation will be provided by the research team depending upon the difficulty of the survey.

  • Any Value Addition Chapters to Provide out of box Assessment?

    Market Entropy: It will provide the randomness of the market which will help you understand the market aggressiveness; players constantly do expansions, technological advancement, M&A, joint ventures. Patent Study: To overcome competition, players constantly make R&D expenses and to better appraise uncertain growth situation of market players and overall industry a patent analysis chapter introduces which will provide insights like no. of patents issued by players each year. Peer Study: A evaluation of peer to peer analysis by key financial metrics such as EBITDA Margin, Net Profit Margin, Gross Margin, Total Revenue, Segmented Market Share, Assets, etc.

    Browse for Full Report at @: https://www.marketintellica.com/report/MI41081-global-ecommerce-rating-and-review-tools

  • What details will competitive landscape will provide?

    Value proposal chapters to help you understand what level of business tactics key players are involved along with investment and deal size to measure the market. 2-Page profiles for all listed manufacturers along with 3 years financial data to evaluate their overall performance in the market along with business overview, product description, headquarter details, etc.

  • What all county segmentation covered? Can specific country of interest be added?

    Currently, the research report gives special attention and focus on the following regions:

    United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India & Central & South America.

    ** Countries of specific interest can be included as per Clients Requirement.

To understand Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools market dynamics in the world mainly, the worldwide Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools market is analyzed across major global regions. MI also provides customized specific regional and country-level reports for the following areas.

  1. North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico.
  2. South & Central America: Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.
  3. Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Egypt, and South Africa.
  4. Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Russia.
  5. Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia.

Inquire for customization in Report :https://www.marketintellica.com/report/MI41081-global-ecommerce-rating-and-review-tools#customization

Core Segmentation Details:

  1. Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Product Types In-Depth:
    • Cloud Based
    • On-Premise
  2. Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools market

  3. Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Major Applications/End users:
    • Large Enterprises
    • SMEs
  4. Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools market

  5. Geographical Analysis: United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India & Central & South America

Buy Full Copy Global Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools Report 2019 @ Global Ecommerce Rating and Review Tools

Actual Numbers & In-Depth Analysis, Business opportunities, Market Size Estimation Available in Full Report. Thanks for reading this article, you can also get individual chapter wise section or region wise report versions like North America, Europe or Asia.

About Us:

Market Intellica provide market research reports on various categories such as Chemicals, Energy, Alternative and Green Energy, Manufacturing, Machinery, Pharmaceuticals, and Materials and many more. We are a one-stop solution for market reports published by most of the leading publishers, that are easy-to-access, updated with new and emerging technology in the market and with a global industry coverage. We assist companies and their executives to make better, faster, reliable and effective decisions with market reports and data-driven market insights because time is important.

Contact Us:

Anna L

Business Development Manager,

+19194262517

sales(at)marketintellica(dot)com

info(at)marketintellica(dot)com

https://twitter.com/IntellicaMarket

https://www.facebook.com/marketintellica/

Related Posts:

  • No Related Posts

Inside the Growing Tech Battle for India’s Consumers—Data Sheet

… of 2019, India eclipsed China as the top market in Asia for venture capital-backed fintech funding, according to market research group CB Insights.

This is the web version of Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the top tech news. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here.

A few weeks ago, in this space, I noted that GGV Capital’s Hans Tung, one of the smartest China tech investors I know, was hunting for unicorns in India. Today, I find myself in New Delhi and catching up on a smart piece in this weekend’s Financial Times in which Nandan Nilekani—one of the smartest India tech investors I know—says he, too, sees huge opportunities here in the world’s second-most populous nation.

As many Data Sheet readers will know, Nandan is a pioneer of India’s 1980s tech revolution. He co-founded software giant Infosys, which he led for five years as CEO. Later Nandan joined the Indian government to launch its ambitious effort to create the world’s largest biometric identity program. Now, as the FT notes, he heads a government drive to bolster the nation’s online payments.

Nandan has been a generous mentor to Western business writers over the years. He helped me get my bearings when I first started visiting India for Fortune in the early 2000s and he famously supplied the title for Tom Friedman’s best-seller, The World is Flat.

So when Nandan speaks, I’m all ears. And what he tells the FT is that India has become “ground zero” in a global battle for dominance in digital payments.

Investors from the United States, Japan, and China are pumping billions into the sector. The early leader is Paytm, backed by SoftBank and Alibaba Group. But PhonePe, a four-year old venture acquired by Walmart, is catching up fast. Google, Amazon, and Facebook’s WhatsApp, are also jockeying for position alongside a gaggle of other start-ups, including Freecharge, Mobikwik, Citrus, and BharatPe.

India’s booming tech sector is a fascinating battleground. Investors from the United States and China go at it head-to-head, even as they find themselves increasingly shut out of each other’s home markets. In the first quarter of 2019, India eclipsed China as the top market in Asia for venture capital-backed fintech funding, according to market research group CB Insights.

But there are a lot of frenemies and the alliances can be bewildering. For example, Alibaba’s arch-rival Tencent Holdings has invested over $2 billion in Indian startups so far, including Flipkart (which Walmart paid $16 billion to gain control of last year). And Ola, a ride-sharing platform backed by SoftBank, faces as its main competitor in India Uber, another SoftBank investment. Walmart recently announced Flipkart will roll out free video service to compete with Amazon’s Indian unit.

The committee on online payments Nandan leads recently estimated that about 100 million Indian consumers now use digital payments at least once a month. The panel predicted that number will triple by 2021.

McKinsey, in a recent report, found that India has 560 million internet subscribers, second only to China, and that Indian Internet subscribers spend more time on social media—an average of 17 hours a week—than social media users in China or the United States. The consultancy, after surveying 17 major emerging and developed economies across 30 different dimensions of Internet use, concluded that India, with its 1.2 billion people, is digitizing faster than any other market in the world save Indonesia.

Sounds like a pretty fertile unicorn habitat to me.

Clay Chandler

On Twitter: @ claychandler

Email: clay.chandler@fortune.com

NEWSWORTHY

I have a really bad feeling about this. At Walt Disney, there were earnings to digest in its first full quarter since taking on assets from Fox. The results disappointed due to low theme park attendance (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge was a bit of a bust). But the big headline was the disclosure of the price for Disney’s new Internet video bundle. The company will charge $13 per month for the combined Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu (with ads) services. Disney shares, which had risen 30% so far this year, were off 4% in premarket trading on Wednesday. Longtime cable analyst Michael Nathanson felt the urge to cite Avril Lavigne to explain the report: “Why’d you have to go and make things so complicated?”

Either I’m going to kill her or I’m beginning to like her. Speaking of payments, Mastercard is making the biggest acquisition in its history, agreeing to pay $3.2 billion for the real-time payments business of Denmark’s Nets Group. The business facilitates transfers between bank accounts and “we want to be a one-stop shop for all payments,” Mastercard chief product officer Michael Miebach tells the FT.

It’s not wise to upset a Wookiee. Elsewhere on Wall Street, Tinder owner MatchGroupreported quarterly revenue rose 18% to $498 million, as 9.1 million subscribers used its apps, also up 18%. Match shares gained 17% on Wednesday. But as Eric Jhonsa, technology columnist for The Street, pointed out on Twitter, the more interesting revelation is that Match’s stock price has gained more than 150% since the panicked sell-off last fall when Facebook started a dating service.

Never tell me the odds. For years, Yelp has led the charge againstGoogle, claiming that the search giant was improperly discriminating against it or scraping data or doing other nefarious things. Now it turns out Yelp is screwing around. The company has replaced the phone numbers of some restaurants listed in its app when users order take out, so that the calls go via Grubhub and Yelp collects a referral fee of 15% to 20% per order, according to an investigation by Vice. The fees charged back to restaurants are sometimes inaccurate, Vice found.

Don’t everybody thank me at once. Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and former Twitter COO Adam Bain have created an investment and advisory firm called 01 Advisors, Axios reports. The pair have raised $135 million from investors as they seek total backing of $200 million.

You like me because I’m a scoundrel. Two men in Pakistan paid AT&T employees over $1 million in bribes to install malware on the telecom giant’s systems in order to be able to “unlock” cellphones. The conspirators then used their unauthorized access to sell phone unlocking service to AT&T consumers. Muhammad Fahd was extradited from Hong Kong to face the charges, the Justice Department said on Tuesday. His co-conspirator, Ghulam Jiwani, is believed to be deceased. In completely unrelated AT&T news, the carrier turned on its business-customer-only 5G network in parts of New York City, marking its 21st 5G region.

She’s fast enough for you, old man. Thousands of travelers were stranded on Wednesday morning when two computer systems at British Airways went down. Software running online check-ins and a separate system running flight departures were said to have crashed.

Help us! We’d love your confidential feedback on our product and platforms as we build the new Fortune. Join our Global Advisory Panel.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Google’s hardware has a come a long way since the first-ever Android phone, made by HTC, came out in 2008. Nowadays, the devices are cooler and less brick-shaped. Head of hardware design Ivy Ross oversees a team of about 150 at the company’s Design Lab in Mountain View, Calif. Mark Wilson got the full tour for a story at Fast Company. It’s a purposely cool space filled with inspirations, Wilson reports:

In other instances, the lab is set up so designers can window-shop. The second story walkway around the atrium feels something like a high-end mall. On one side, I see a glass wall to the color lab. On the other side, a glass wall to the material lab. The color lab features an ever-changing array of objects, collected by Google hardware designers on their travels. It’s a hodgepodge of items that seems less about color than what I might call a vibe. I see a paper radish, a green stack of stones, and an ivory jewelry box—all evoking a certain handmade minimalism. The display is the best reminder of a simple fact of Google’s hardware design team. Just 25% to 40% of the group has ever designed electronics before. The rest designed everything from clothing to bicycles in a previous life.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Security Researchers Find ‘Worst Case Scenario’ in LeapFrog Kids TabletBy Alyssa Newcomb

Apple Is Letting People Apply for Its Credit Card. Can Its Rewards Spur New iPhone Sales?By Xavier Harding

Former Tinder Exec Sues Former CEO for Sexual AssaultBy Chris Morris

Apple’s AirPods Business Is Bigger Than You ThinkBy Don Reisinger

Viacom Buys Garfield in Big, Fat, Hairy DealBy Chris Morris

BEFORE YOU GO

I’m not sure how I feel about the rapid proliferation of fake meat, but there’s no denying its growing popularity. The latest to join the bandwagon is fast food sandwich chain Subway, which will start selling a meatless version of its iconic meatball sub using Beyond Meat’s meat substitute next month. Munch on, sub sandwich devotees.

This edition of Data Sheet was curated by Aaron Pressman. Find past issues, and sign up for other Fortune newsletters.

Related Posts:

  • No Related Posts

Lyft, Uber Head to the Earnings Confessional

While ride-hailing names Lyft (LYFT) and Uber (UBER) will each make their second appearances on the earnings stage since going public earlier this …

Amid a relatively light economic calendar, Wall Street will be watching another big dose of corporate earnings reports. While ride-hailing names Lyft (LYFT) and Uber (UBER) will each make their second appearances on the earnings stage since going public earlier this year, blue chip Walt Disney (DIS) will step up to the plate following the Dow stock’s record-setting run on the charts. The semiconductor sector will remain in focus, too, with earnings from Microchip Technology (MCHP) and Skyworks Solutions (SWKS) also due.

Below is a brief list of some key market events scheduled for the upcoming week. All earnings dates listed below are tentative and subject to change. Please check with each company’s respective website for official reporting dates.

The Institute for Supply Management’s (ISM) non-manufacturing index is due on Monday, Aug. 5. Avis Budget (CAR), Continental Resources (CLR), Marriott International (MAR), Shake Shack (SHAK), Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO), Tenet Healthcare (THC), and Tyson Foods (TSN) will report earnings.

Tuesday, Aug. 6, brings the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS). Walt Disney (DIS), Bausch Health (BHC), Blue Apron (APRN), Chesapeake Energy (CHK), Hertz (HTZ), Match (MTCH), Microchip Technology (MCHP), Mosaic (MOS), Nu Skin Enterprises (NUS), Paysign (PAYS), Wynn Resorts (WYNN), WW International (WW), and Weibo (WB) will step up to the earnings plate.

The weekly crude inventories report will be released on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Earnings from 3D Systems (DDD), Applied Optoelectronics (AAOI), Canada Goose (GOOS), Capri Holdings (CPRI), CVS Health (CVS), CyberArk Software (CYBR), Infinera (INFN), Intrexon (XON), Lyft (LYFT), Roku (ROKU), Switch (SWCH), Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), and Teva Pharmaceutical (TEVA) are due.

Weekly jobless claims will hit on Thursday, Aug. 8. Activision Blizzard (ATVI), AMC Entertainment (AMC), Cardinal Health (CAH), Cronos Group (CRON), Dropbox (DBX), Esperion Therapeutics (ESPR), Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP), Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR), Overstock.com (OSTK), Party City (PRTY), Symantec (SYMC), Uber (UBER), and Yelp (YELP) are slated to report earnings.

The headline producer price index (PPI) for July will be unveiled on Friday, Aug. 9. Tidewater (TDW), Tribune Media (TRCO), and U.S. Concrete (USCR) will release earnings reports.

Related Posts:

  • No Related Posts

Barton Investment Management Increased Grubhub (GRUB) Stake; CHIYODA COMMON …

… 1Q 2018 (GRUB); 01/05/2018 – GrubHub Sees 2018 Rev $930M-$965M; 07/04/2018 – Postmates and DoorDash have discussed a merger to fend …

Chiyoda Corporation (OTCMKTS:CHYCF) Logo

CHIYODA CORP COMMON ORDINARY SHARES (OTCMKTS:CHYCF) had a decrease of 9.62% in short interest. CHYCF’s SI was 4.00M shares in July as released by FINRA. Its down 9.62% from 4.43M shares previously. With 700 avg volume, 5719 days are for CHIYODA CORP COMMON ORDINARY SHARES (OTCMKTS:CHYCF)’s short sellers to cover CHYCF’s short positions. It closed at $2.73 lastly. It is up 0.00% since July 22, 2018 and is . It has underperformed by 4.43% the S&P500.

Barton Investment Management increased Grubhub (GRUB) stake by 9% reported in 2019Q1 SEC filing. Barton Investment Management acquired 49,562 shares as Grubhub (GRUB)’s stock declined 21.21%. The Barton Investment Management holds 600,247 shares with $41.70M value, up from 550,685 last quarter. Grubhub now has $6.74 billion valuation. The stock decreased 1.91% or $1.44 during the last trading session, reaching $73.91. About 877,689 shares traded. Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) has declined 37.45% since July 22, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 41.88% the S&P500. Some Historical GRUB News: 23/04/2018 – SOHN CONFERENCE: HALF SKY CAPITAL CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER Ll RAN SAYS GRUBHUB IS ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT IDEA; 22/04/2018 – DJ GrubHub Inc, Inst Holders, 1Q 2018 (GRUB); 01/05/2018 – GrubHub Sees 2018 Rev $930M-$965M; 07/04/2018 – Postmates and DoorDash have discussed a merger to fend off Uber, GrubHub and Amazon:; 24/04/2018 – GrubHub Closes Below 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals; 01/05/2018 – GRUBHUB 1Q REV. $232.6M, EST. $229.3M; 30/05/2018 – GrubHub Closes Above 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals; 19/03/2018 – Yelp and Grubhub Complete Online Ordering Integration; 01/05/2018 – GrubHub 1Q Rev $232.6M; 06/04/2018 – Postmates and DoorDash have discussed a merger to fend off Uber, GrubHub and Amazon Postmates faces a challenge: Profitability seems a long way off, and rival DoorDash has a big investment from SoftBank

Chiyoda Corporation operates as an integrated engineering and construction company. The company has market cap of $738.84 million. The firm offers designing, consulting, planning, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, installation, operation and maintenance, and management services for facilities related to gas, electricity, petroleum, petrochemical, chemical, pharmaceutical, antipollution, environment, preservation, and others. It currently has negative earnings. It is also involved in the exploration of oil, gas, and other mineral resource, as well as invests in and finances exploration activities.

Another recent and important Chiyoda Corporation (OTCMKTS:CHYCF) news was published by Seekingalpha.com which published an article titled: “Chiyoda Corp. ADR 2018 Q3 – Results – Earnings Call Slides – Seeking Alpha” on February 09, 2018.

More notable recent Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) news were published by: Finance.Yahoo.com which released: “Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) Insiders Increased Their Holdings – Yahoo Finance” on July 05, 2019, also Fool.com with their article: “Grubhub Faces a New Headwind in Its Biggest Market – The Motley Fool” published on July 15, 2019, Seekingalpha.com published: “Grubhub Is Still A Worthy Bet Despite Risks – Seeking Alpha” on June 30, 2019. More interesting news about Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: “GRUB +3.9% as Citi turns bullish on growth – Seeking Alpha” published on June 25, 2019 as well as Seekingalpha.com‘s news article titled: “GRUB ‘will gladly work’ with NY on liquor – Seeking Alpha” with publication date: July 12, 2019.

Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) Ratings Chart

Receive News & Ratings Via Email – Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts’ ratings with our FREE daily email newsletter.

Related Posts:

  • No Related Posts