Snapchat to test unskippable ads because money is nice
It’s a banner week for Snapchat. The company has announced a new version of its Spectacles which appear to be an improvement on the original. It’s also shown off Snappables, AR games you can play with friends. In between that news, however, it’s come to light the company is also going to start testing unskippable video ads. The details: According to DigiDay, Snapchat is flirting with the idea of running unskippable six-second ads on some of its biggest shows — though not in the Discover section or your Stories. An insider said the company was using the fact that “so much of… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Snapchat
China is reducing import duties on cars by 40%. It looks massive, but it's really akin to offering baseball fans discounted tickets to a ballgame in the 9th inning when the game is basically over. Here's why.
KUALA LUMPUR (May 22): Shares of Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) rose 1.38% in active trade this morning after the company said yesterday it is hopeful to pare down its debts with the disposal of the Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL) to the government, expected to be by end of this year.
As at 10.15am, it rose one sen to 73.5 sen with 15.87 million shares done, higher than its 200 day average volume of 12.5 million.
Yesterday the company said it remains hopeful that it can complete its disposal of the EDL to the Malaysian government by the end of this year.
Car dealers in Scandinavia have something against electric vehicles. That is the conclusion of an investigative study conducted by researchers, who visited car dealerships and found agents actively discouraging them from going electric.
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