When Facebook announced that it would be launching a dating app, shares in Match group (which owns Tinder), immediately plunged by 22 percent — later to recover after its positive profit announcement. Clearly, investors — as yet — are undecided on whether users are going to abandon the likes of Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, and Happn in favor of the world’s most used social media platform. Bumble has already suggested they’d be open to partnering up with Facebook, while Tinder has expressed pleasure at the announcement — arguing it will help to end online dating stigma. This perhaps suggests that they,… This story continues at The Next Web
Elon Musk’s tweets piss me off for two reasons. When he’s not accusing actual heroes of sex crimes or trolling the federal government, it’s what comes after that drives me batshit. The top reply to most of his tweets is some asshat impersonating him to try to trick his followers into falling for a bitcoin […]
KUALA LUMPUR: United Malacca Bhd is considering disposing of four estates in Melaka and Negeri Sembilan with proceeds from the disposal to be utilised mainly for the development expenditure, particularly for its Sulawesi plantation.
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 12): The Housing and Local Government Ministry will review the quota of property ownership by foreigners to be used as guidelines for developers and state authorities, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.
Its minister, Zuraida Kamaruddin, said so far, property owned by foreigners in the country had yet to exceed 1%.