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Online banking thefts hit Japan firms prompting compensation rethink

Online banking thefts hit Japan firms prompting compensation rethink

TOKYO (Reuters) – Hackers stole nearly $2 million from the online bank accounts of Japanese businesses in April, a surge in theft that has prompted some banks to curtail online services and rethink compensation policies, executives and regulators say. In April there were 50 cases of theft from online accounts held by Japanese businesses with [...]

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Alibaba among companies looking to invest in AppNexus: WSJ

Alibaba among companies looking to invest in AppNexus: WSJ

(Reuters) – Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (IPO-ALIB.N) is one of several companies that are in talks to invest for a stake in U.S.-based advertising technology firm AppNexus, the Wall Street Journal said, citing sources familiar with the matter. The talks are in an advanced stage but there is no confirmation whether they [...]

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Exclusive: Intel TV creator leaves Verizon months after deal

Exclusive: Intel TV creator leaves Verizon months after deal

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Erik Huggers is leaving Verizon Communications Inc (VZ.N) just five months after joining the company via the acquisition of the Intel Corp (INTC.O) “OnCue” streaming service he developed, signaling the communications giant’s waning interest in providing an Internet-delivered TV service. The former BBC executive, who told Reuters on Friday he [...]

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