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   Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black  2020/11/27 15:40:00 Zero Hedge
Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black Tyler Durden Fri, 11/27/2020 - 10:40 By Michael Every of Rabobank None More Black Ian: Here it is, lads! "Smell The Glove"…gather round….Where's David?... David, David, get up here! Derek: David, "Smell The Glove" is here. Ian: The moment we've all been waiting for...Here we go, plenty for everybody...here you are. David: I never thought I'd see...I never thought I'd live to see the day. Ian: What do you think? Derek: Is this the test pressing? Ian: No, this is it, yes, that's right... David: This is "Smell The Glove" by Spinal Tap.... Ian: That's "Smell The Glove" that's the jacket cover, it's going out across the country in every store. David: This is the compromise we made...this is the compromise you made? Ian: Yes. Derek: Is it going to say anything here, or here along the spine? David: It's not going to say anything? Ian: No, it's not going to say anything. Nigel: It's going to be like this, all black... Ian: No, it's going to be that simple, beautiful, classic!
   Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk goes ex-dividend tomorrow (NYSE:TLK)  2020/07/08 13:56:47 Seeking Alpha
Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (NYSE:TLK) had declared $0.614/share annual dividend. Payable Aug. 3; for shareholders of re
   Tencent's $70 billion investment plan in cloud computing will pit it against US providers  2020/05/27 14:18:59 Business Insider
Chinese tech giant Tencent unveiled a 5-year, 500 billion yuan ($70 billion) plan to invest in cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity, according to Reuters. The move will help diversify Tencent's revenue streams, more than half of which came from online video games (35%) and social networks (23%) in the company's Q1 2020 earnings . Tencent's fintech and business services segment, which encompasses cloud services, made up 25% of revenue that quarter. The company's cloud operations are concentrated in China, where it captured 18% of the cloud infrastructure services spend, a distant second behind Alibaba Cloud, which captured 46%, according to Canalys estimates for Q4 2019. Tencent will increasingly go head-to-head against US-based cloud providers as it looks to capitalize its cloud investments in markets outside of China. US cloud providers generally don't compete in China, and Chinese cloud providers generally don't compete in the US. But outside of these markets — the two largest in the world in terms of cloud infrastructure revenues — both US- and China-based cloud providers have expanded their cloud infrastructure such that they compete head-to-head.
   Axiata in talks to buy smaller Indonesia rival — CEO  2020/05/23 11:48:01 The Edge Markets
Malaysian telecommunications company Axiata Group Bhd is in talks to buy a smaller rival in Indonesia in a share-swap deal to cut costs and competition in its biggest market, as Covid-19 hammers businesses, its CEO told Reuters. After PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk, Axiata unit PT XL Axiata Tbk is the second-biggest player by subscriber numbers in Southeast Asia's most populous country. Axiata is followed by PT Indosat Tbk, PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk and the local telco unit of Hong Kong conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.
   Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black  2020/11/27 15:40:00 Zero Hedge
Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black Tyler Durden Fri, 11/27/2020 - 10:40 By Michael Every of Rabobank None More Black Ian: Here it is, lads! "Smell The Glove"…gather round….Where's David?... David, David, get up here! Derek: David, "Smell The Glove" is here. Ian: The moment we've all been waiting for...Here we go, plenty for everybody...here you are. David: I never thought I'd see...I never thought I'd live to see the day. Ian: What do you think? Derek: Is this the test pressing? Ian: No, this is it, yes, that's right... David: This is "Smell The Glove" by Spinal Tap.... Ian: That's "Smell The Glove" that's the jacket cover, it's going out across the country in every store. David: This is the compromise we made...this is the compromise you made? Ian: Yes. Derek: Is it going to say anything here, or here along the spine? David: It's not going to say anything? Ian: No, it's not going to say anything. Nigel: It's going to be like this, all black... Ian: No, it's going to be that simple, beautiful, classic!
   Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk goes ex-dividend tomorrow (NYSE:TLK)  2020/07/08 13:56:47 Seeking Alpha
Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (NYSE:TLK) had declared $0.614/share annual dividend. Payable Aug. 3; for shareholders of re
   Tencent's $70 billion investment plan in cloud computing will pit it against US providers  2020/05/27 14:18:59 Business Insider
Chinese tech giant Tencent unveiled a 5-year, 500 billion yuan ($70 billion) plan to invest in cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity, according to Reuters. The move will help diversify Tencent's revenue streams, more than half of which came from online video games (35%) and social networks (23%) in the company's Q1 2020 earnings . Tencent's fintech and business services segment, which encompasses cloud services, made up 25% of revenue that quarter. The company's cloud operations are concentrated in China, where it captured 18% of the cloud infrastructure services spend, a distant second behind Alibaba Cloud, which captured 46%, according to Canalys estimates for Q4 2019. Tencent will increasingly go head-to-head against US-based cloud providers as it looks to capitalize its cloud investments in markets outside of China. US cloud providers generally don't compete in China, and Chinese cloud providers generally don't compete in the US. But outside of these markets — the two largest in the world in terms of cloud infrastructure revenues — both US- and China-based cloud providers have expanded their cloud infrastructure such that they compete head-to-head.
   Axiata in talks to buy smaller Indonesia rival — CEO  2020/05/23 11:48:01 The Edge Markets
Malaysian telecommunications company Axiata Group Bhd is in talks to buy a smaller rival in Indonesia in a share-swap deal to cut costs and competition in its biggest market, as Covid-19 hammers businesses, its CEO told Reuters. After PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk, Axiata unit PT XL Axiata Tbk is the second-biggest player by subscriber numbers in Southeast Asia's most populous country. Axiata is followed by PT Indosat Tbk, PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk and the local telco unit of Hong Kong conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.
   Indonesia's Telkom to raise up to $500 mln to invest in startups - deputy minister  2020/02/27 07:17:08 Reuters UK
Indonesia's largest telecom company PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) is raising up to $500 million in funds for investments in startups as the company seeks a new source of growth, a deputy minister said on Thursday.
   Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black  2020/11/27 15:40:00 Zero Hedge
Rabo: For Traditional Retailers The Outlook Is Indeed Black Tyler Durden Fri, 11/27/2020 - 10:40 By Michael Every of Rabobank None More Black Ian: Here it is, lads! "Smell The Glove"…gather round….Where's David?... David, David, get up here! Derek: David, "Smell The Glove" is here. Ian: The moment we've all been waiting for...Here we go, plenty for everybody...here you are. David: I never thought I'd see...I never thought I'd live to see the day. Ian: What do you think? Derek: Is this the test pressing? Ian: No, this is it, yes, that's right... David: This is "Smell The Glove" by Spinal Tap.... Ian: That's "Smell The Glove" that's the jacket cover, it's going out across the country in every store. David: This is the compromise we made...this is the compromise you made? Ian: Yes. Derek: Is it going to say anything here, or here along the spine? David: It's not going to say anything? Ian: No, it's not going to say anything. Nigel: It's going to be like this, all black... Ian: No, it's going to be that simple, beautiful, classic!
   Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk goes ex-dividend tomorrow (NYSE:TLK)  2020/07/08 13:56:47 Seeking Alpha
Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (NYSE:TLK) had declared $0.614/share annual dividend. Payable Aug. 3; for shareholders of re
   Tencent's $70 billion investment plan in cloud computing will pit it against US providers  2020/05/27 14:18:59 Business Insider
Chinese tech giant Tencent unveiled a 5-year, 500 billion yuan ($70 billion) plan to invest in cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity, according to Reuters. The move will help diversify Tencent's revenue streams, more than half of which came from online video games (35%) and social networks (23%) in the company's Q1 2020 earnings . Tencent's fintech and business services segment, which encompasses cloud services, made up 25% of revenue that quarter. The company's cloud operations are concentrated in China, where it captured 18% of the cloud infrastructure services spend, a distant second behind Alibaba Cloud, which captured 46%, according to Canalys estimates for Q4 2019. Tencent will increasingly go head-to-head against US-based cloud providers as it looks to capitalize its cloud investments in markets outside of China. US cloud providers generally don't compete in China, and Chinese cloud providers generally don't compete in the US. But outside of these markets — the two largest in the world in terms of cloud infrastructure revenues — both US- and China-based cloud providers have expanded their cloud infrastructure such that they compete head-to-head.
   Axiata in talks to buy smaller Indonesia rival — CEO  2020/05/23 11:48:01 The Edge Markets
Malaysian telecommunications company Axiata Group Bhd is in talks to buy a smaller rival in Indonesia in a share-swap deal to cut costs and competition in its biggest market, as Covid-19 hammers businesses, its CEO told Reuters. After PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk, Axiata unit PT XL Axiata Tbk is the second-biggest player by subscriber numbers in Southeast Asia's most populous country. Axiata is followed by PT Indosat Tbk, PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk and the local telco unit of Hong Kong conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.
   Indonesia's Telkom to raise up to $500 mln to invest in startups - deputy minister  2020/02/27 07:17:08 Reuters UK
Indonesia's largest telecom company PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) is raising up to $500 million in funds for investments in startups as the company seeks a new source of growth, a deputy minister said on Thursday.

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