Yandex, Russia’s biggest search company, has posted Q1 earnings, with revenues up 51% to $200.3 million, and net income up 53% to $43 million. The results beat analyst expectations: on average analysts expected revenues of $194.64 million, with earnings per share of $0.15 (low $0.13; high $0.16), but other numbers may still give investors pause: Yandex’s share of the search market in Russia, its largest market by far, is now at 59 percent against competition from Google and others: last year it was closer to 65 percent.
There are a number of reports that a man set himself on fire at the National Mall in D.C. this afternoon. The news first spread on Twitter, where witnesses described the scene: A D.C. Metro Police spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider that they were responding to a report of a man on fire at the [...]
By Chandni Doulatramani (Reuters) – Ebay Inc will buy payment gateway Braintree for about $800 million to strengthen its PayPal unit’s presence on mobile devices and take out a rapidly growing rival. PayPal, the dominant online provider of payment services, has been trying to fend off a clutch of fast-rising competitors such as Braintree, Intuit [...]
Harry Lorayne is considered the authority in the field of memory training, and he is the author of the excellent program known as ?The Harry Lorayne Memory Power Course.? ?The Secrets of Mind Power?, was written in 1958 and grew to be a New York Times top seller. It was mentioned by Bob Dylan as [...]
Metal, regardless of alloy or mixture, is known for having the property to conduct or radiate heat fast. When used as a roofing material, it can radiate heat into the house, causing more energy consumption for air conditioning and ventilation units. Surprisingly, metal continues to [...]