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MAY 22, 2015 - New York Times

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MAY 22, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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China's Didi Kuaidi ups stakes in taxi apps war

By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - China's dominant taxi-hailing firm Didi Kuaidi will spend 1 billion yuan ($161.39 million) on promotions, the company said on Friday, in an aggressive expansion that will help lure in riders and fend of rivals like U.S. firm Uber Technologies Inc. Alongside the basic cab calling function, users of the Didi Kuaidi app will have ...

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MAY 22, 2015 - GamePro

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Alibaba's UC Browser found leaking users' data

A mobile browser owned by China’s Alibaba Group contained privacy risks that could have exposed users’ personal data, according to a security group.The flaws were found in UC Browser, a third-party app that’s been expanding in popularity across the globe, and has over 100 million daily active users. Last year, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group acquired UC Browser’s parent company.The ...

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MAY 21, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Research group says UC Browser, owned by Alibaba, found to leak data

A popular mobile web browser from a company that Alibaba Group Holding Ltd paid more than $1 billion for last year leaks sensitive user data and is a privacy risk, a Canadian technology research group said on Thursday. Citizen Lab said Chinese and English-language versions of UC Browser, developed by UCWeb Inc, made easily available to third parties personally identifiable ...

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MAY 21, 2015 - Business Insider

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PayPal President: After the eBay split, we'll be a Fortune 500 company (EBAY)

The clock is ticking: Later this year, eBay and PayPal, together since 2002, will split into two separate, publicly-traded companies.  In a presentation in San Francisco today, Dan Schulman — currently President and the designated post-split CEO of  PayPal — laid out his vision for why an independent PayPal is beginning from a position of strength and how it's going to ...

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