Top Stories of the Day // May 25, 2015

What If Facebook Actually Paid People For Content? |
Lockstep Salaries Are Making A Comeback |
The Shift In Assets |
How Sony Or Microsoft Could Use Subscription To Win Video Games |
Chinese E-Commerce Giant JD Leads $70M Round In Online Produce Retailer FruitDay |
Lessons In Growing Revenue From Twitter’s Latest Acquisition, TellApart  |
Expedia Sells Majority Stake In Chinese Partner eLong For $671 Million |

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Today’s Top Stories // May 25, 2015

What If Facebook Actually Paid People For Content?

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Lockstep Salaries Are Making A Comeback

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The Shift In Assets

Asset prices are more sensitive to very low interest rates than most suspect. Global interest rates are now at historic lows. Conversely we are seeing record… read more

How Sony Or Microsoft Could Use Subscription To Win Video Games

The next stage in the console business seems to be one of updating the business model toward one that provides much more value to players. Which of the major… read more

Chinese E-Commerce Giant JD Leads $70M Round In Online Produce Retailer FruitDay

Chinese e-commerce site and Alibaba rival JD.com is putting its money into fresh fruit and vegetables after it led a $70 million Series C round in FruitDay, a… read more

Lessons In Growing Revenue From Twitter’s Latest Acquisition, TellApart 

On the heels of its acquisition by Twitter, TellApart chief executive Josh McFarland tells Greylock Partners how he grew the company from $7M to $100M in… read more

Expedia Sells Majority Stake In Chinese Partner eLong For $671 Million

It's been a pretty busy and expensive 2015 so far for Expedia — which forked out $280 million to buy Travelcity in February, before shelling out $1.6 billion… read more

TOP VIDEOS

Gillmor Gang: Dave’s Not Here

 The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, John Borthwick, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday,… read more

CrunchWeek: Pebble’s Cash Crunch, Stripe Hits $5B, And NSA Reform’s Uncertain Future

 Happy holiday Friday, team, and welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek. This time around, we remain camped… read more

Jim Gaffigan, Comedian And POTI, Talks About His New Show

 Jim Gaffigan, comedian and official President Of The Internet, stopped in at our New York studio where we… read more

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