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Online Gaming World

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Given its convenience and social aspects, multiplayer online gaming could continue its fast growth and transform the gaming industry away from the console model.

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  • Amazon is reportedly merging its China import unit with NetEase
    TechCrunch11 hours ago

    Amazon is reportedly merging its China import unit with NetEase

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  • Amazon China Unit Looks To Merge With NetEase E-Commerce Business
    Investor's Business Daily25 minutes ago

    Amazon China Unit Looks To Merge With NetEase E-Commerce Business

    Amazon is reportedly looking to merge its China-based import business with Kaola, a cross-border shopping platform that is owned by China gaming company NetEase, in a stock swap.

  • How George Soros Played the Market in Q4
    Market Realist2 hours ago

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  • MarketWatch4 hours ago

    Caesars Entertainment's stock surges after Icahn confirms buying 10% stake

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  • Carl Icahn urges Caesars Entertainment to sell itself
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Carl Icahn urges Caesars Entertainment to sell itself

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  • CNBC5 hours ago

    Carl Icahn says the best way forward for Caesars Entertainment may be a sale

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  • Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Carl Icahn Discloses Caesars Stake and Plans to Push for Sale

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  • Schaeffer's Investment Research6 hours ago

    Options Traders Expect Big NetEase Move After Earnings

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  • CNBC7 hours ago

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  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Amazon's China unit in merger talks with NetEase's Kaola - report

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  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Amazon's China unit in merger talks with NetEase's Kaola: report

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  • Momo Stock Starting a Year Hot Has Burned Investors Before
    Motley Fool8 hours ago

    Momo Stock Starting a Year Hot Has Burned Investors Before

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