The company is likely to lose money on the McDonald's (MCD) partnership, according to Barnet-Lamb, because of low commission rates and low order values from the huge burger chain. But the deal could stem the loss of customers to other platforms and persuade other chain restaurants to join Just Eat, he added. … [Read more...] about Uber suffers another blow as it loses McDonald’s delivery monopoly in the UK
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Eligibility for the certificate will be announced on the course page and learners will get certificates only if these criteria match. Universities/colleges approving credit transfer for these courses can use the marks/certificate obtained in these courses for the same. … [Read more...] about Explained: Here’s how SWAYAM 2.0 will let you earn an online degree
“Pick-up points enable customers to select where and when to pick up their order,” said Mounia El Hilali, country retail manager at IKEA for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovakia. “The fact that they will drive the product home on their own is an affordable alternative to our transport service.” … [Read more...] about Slovaks fall for online shopping at Ikea
MGM is owned by a group of hedge funds who saved the company from bankruptcy in 2010. As CNBC points out, the decision to sit on its catalogue instead of selling it right away has proved to be an extremely good one, given the current demand for high-profile content among the new streaming platforms. In addition, the fact that Disney and Warner spent huge sums on their own acquisitions last year could mean that Netflix or Apple are potentially in strong positions to make bids for the MGM catalogue. A purchase of MGM would be latest in big media consolidation deals, which also include Disney/Fox and Viacom/CBS. … [Read more...] about Netflix And Apple In Early Talks To Buy James Bond And Rocky Movies–Report
Websites of all genres saw their ad-driven businesses crater as people stopped consuming content by visiting individual URLs in favor of reading and watching videos on the social web, especially YouTube and Facebook. Journalists lost jobs after their employers crafted strategies around Facebook video, only to discover that the social network had inflated its video metrics. Facebook ultimately paid $40 million to advertisers and apologized for “overstating” its numbers, but the company denies the inflation was intentional. A Facebook spokesperson told WIRED, “Claims that we kept the miscalculation of this metric from advertisers are false. We notified our partners of this issue when we discovered it, and we’ve taken a number of steps since to improve our detection of metrics issues.” But CollegeHumor has had its fortunes explicitly wrapped up with the dynamics of the internet even more than most media outlets. Its founders were instrumental in the … [Read more...] about CollegeHumor Helped Shape Online Comedy. What Went Wrong?