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Soros among few hedge fund fans of Facebook
by Reuters    Aug 16, 2012
George Soros, Steve Cohen's SAC Capital Advisors and John Thaler's JAT Capital Management were among the few that disclosed owning Facebook stakes as of June 30.
Facebook in talks to buy Microsoft ad technology: reports
by Reuters    Dec 07, 2012
The deal will allow Facebook to advertise on third-party websites
Digital marketing can transform banking services
by Sohini Bagchi    May 29, 2013
CMOs in banks believe that as banks adapt to the development of new channels and capabilities, their role is undergoing a significant change.
Internet of Things to become mainstream
by Ankita Mohinta    Jun 14, 2013
Wireless technologies and standardization of communications protocols will drive Internet of Things in the future.
Social media and the future of business
by Darinia Khongwir    Jul 18, 2013
Social media is fast changing the way businesses are operated.
New RBI Norm To Boost Online, Mobile Banking
by CXOtoday News Desk    Mar 14, 2014
The next generation of banking structure proposed by RBI combined with new generation technologies may prove to be a game changer for the Indian banking industry.
Banks Will Have to Reinvent Their Services
by Shweta Verma    Apr 11, 2014
If India banks have to keep pace with the changing expectations of customers, they will have to reinvent their services, believes Deepak Sharma who heads the digital banking initiatives at Kotak Mahindra Bank.
The Next Big Wave With IT In Healthcare
by Shweta Verma    Apr 22, 2014
Sanjay Singh, CEO & Founder, hCentive, a technology start-up focused on the healthcare domain, takes us through some interesting moments through his entrepreneurial journey.
Emerging Markets To Drive Twitter's Future Growth
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 28, 2014
This sustainable growth will mainly come from the developing markets of India, Indonesia, Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil, says eMarketer.
Zensar Acquires E-commerce Firm Professional Access
by CXOtoday News Desk    Aug 14, 2014
The deal will be financed by a combination of internal accruals and debt, Zensar said in a statement.