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Week in Review: More moolah for SEA startups, and Digerati50 2.0 is up!
A new US$30mil venture fund targeting early stage startups is sure to warm the hearts of founders, while Karamjit Singh is also proud to announce the second volume of Digerati50 is available for download.
Apple slammed by former employee
Apple Store staff make very little money No training to deal with grumpy customers   APPLE Inc likes to advertise its products as 'think different.' But when it comes to employee satisfaction and management practices, the company appears to be the same as any other multinational manufacturer.  
Minecraft set to conquer China
Licensed to Chinese company NetEase Customised version for China in future     MOJANG is bringing its blocky builder to China via tech company NetEase, Inc. Long-term, the company is hoping to create a tailor-made version of Minecraft for China.  
In search of profit, Ensogo adopts B2C marketplace model
Faced with a still immature payments infrastructure, last mile logistics challenges and a middle class yet to reach critical mass, Ensogo Ltd has changed it model and it going after a global opportunity shares its CEO Kris Marszalek.
Week in Review: SEA ecosystem shrugs off MOL’s delisting
Despite months of down or flat funding rounds, the SEA ecosystem has shrugged off news of MOL Global’s delisting to power ahead with Ninja Van’s Series B funding, writes Karamjit Singh.
Sean Seah’s long and winding road … upwards
AIM-listed Galasys cofounder Sean Seah talks about his first venture – as a teen, no less – that saw him catching the entrepreneurial bug, and his journey since then.
Digerati50: Facing up to your own weaknesses
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digerati50, email [email protected]
Internet usage, mobility altering Asia Pacific online trends: Forrester
Online behavior in three of Asia’s largest economies is changing rapidly as the rise of Internet penetration, social media and its associated activities, and the proliferation of mobility permeate the society they represent, according to a new study by Forrester.
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