Mobile Minutes: GrubHub, Twitter #Music, HTML5, Pinterest
By Staff reports
March 25, 2014
GrubHub boosts anticipated size of IPO
Online delivery company GrubHub Inc. plans to raise up to approximately $177.9 million from its initial public offering, increasing the offering's expected size from $100 million a month ago. GrubHub also disclosed in a regulatory filing today that it anticipates selling about 7 million shares in the IPO, priced between $20 and $22 per share.
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In a tweet on Friday (March 21), Twitter announced it was pulling its Twitter #Music app from Apple's App Store and planned to shut it down entirely on April 18, a year to the day it launched . The application let users discover music through artist and others' Tweets, listen to music with Spotify or Rdio, watch videos on YouTube or Vevo and buy songs via iTunes.
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These are the best of times and the worst of times for HTML5. The language has been a significant achievement but has not yet met expectations, according to a newly released IDC report.
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There’s one person nearly every digital sales executive with a half decent rolodex wants to work for: Joanne Bradford, head of partnerships at Pinterest. That’s because the hugely popular social networking site is close to launching its ad business–in fact, the roll out is planned for second quarter.
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