Turkey to impose advertisement ban on Twitter, Periscope and Pinterest

Turkey to impose advertisement ban on Twitter, Periscope and Pinterest

Published: 16 hours ago By Pranali Mehta

Reportedly, Turkey’s cosmopolitan capital Ankara has enforced a ban on advertisements on social media platforms such as Twitter, Periscope, and Pinterest after failing to appoint a local representative as per the c....

Total acquires 20% minority stake in Adani Green Energy for USD 2.5 bn

One of the largest oil company Total SE has been making significant headlines after announcing its ambition of reaching net-zero carbon by the year 2050. As a part of this effort, the French multinational integrated oil conglomerate has rep....

Groupe PSA and Fiat Chrysler merge to create new automotive behemoth

In a long-awaited announcement, Italian-America multinational automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and French multinational automotive & motorcycle manufacturer Groupe PSA, have reportedly combined to develop a new automotive giant ....

McDonald’s to implement eco-friendly packaging solutions by 2025

American fast-food company, McDonald’s Corporation, reportedly intends to remove all poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in its food packaging processes by 2025. The announcement comes after a study conducted by environmental advocacy ....

Walmart teams up with Ribbit Capital to launch a new fintech startup

American multinational retail corporation Walmart Inc. has reportedly partnered with Ribbit Capital, a global venture capital firm, to launch a new fintech startup to introduce reasonably priced financial products for its clients and employ....

Signal downloads to cross 1 million as users seek WhatsApp alternative

Following high concerns over WhatsApp’s recent change in the privacy policy, another cross-platform encrypted messaging service Signal is reportedly on track to surpass 1 million downloads. Around 810,000 users across the globe have i....

Chinese fitness app Keep nabs USD 360 million; SoftBank lead investor

Keep, a Chinese fitness app developed and launched by Beijing Calories Technology Co. Ltd., has reportedly added USD 360 million to its kitty in its Series F round which was led by SoftBank Group Corp. Sources present at the event cited th....