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The man behind the fastest-growing PC game rarely plays it

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a sensation. It’s the most-streamed game on Twitch. It’s the No. 3 most-played game on Steam. It’s sold 6 million copies in just four months, despite — and this is crazy — being a buggy, unfinished Early Access game with a ridiculous name. (See our guide full of PUBG tips here.) The other unusual thing about PUBG? ... Read More »

Bajaj Finance and Bajaj Finserv: Key plays in financial services

The NBFC arm is a dominant player in consumer durable financing segment. Bajaj Finance 8.30 (0.49%) Finserv 14.55 (0.29%) Bajaj FinServ 14.55 (0.29%) Bajaj FinservBSE 0.51 % and Bajaj FinanceBSE 0.77 % have been sizzling on the bourses and may remain so in the next leg of the rally as its businesses from lending to insurance are showing strong growth. That both the stocks are at near life ... Read More »

Microsoft’s new education push plays to its strengths, the cheap and familiar

Microsoft never mentioned Chromebook by name, but it’s clear that Google’s browser-based hardware offering was at the front of everyone’s mind at today’s education event in New York City. The company has managed to control much of the market internally, but the Chromebook has swiftly eroded marketshare here in the States. Microsoft’s solution is playing into the company’s strengths of ... Read More »

Google Play’s new ‘Early get admission to’ phase gives a sneak peek at unreleased apps

Android makes it pretty smooth for builders to give out early get entry to to apps they’re nevertheless trying to best. but locating them generally is based on word of mouth or stumbling throughout the app whilst perusing the Play shop. Google goes to position them up front now, with a dedicated phase called Early get right of entry to ... Read More »

Cramer: How to find growth plays like Alphabet

Jim Cramer knows a lot of investors wish they could go back in time and buy Alphabet, or Google, back when it traded at a much lower valuation. “Guess what, you had the opportunity not all that long ago,” the “Mad Money” host said. In July 2015 Alphabet traded at just 17 times earnings, the same multiple as the average ... Read More »

Why top investor Link likes low oil plays

Stephanie Link, managing director at TIAA-CREF, bought Carnival for her “Halftime Report” model portfolio on Tuesday. Carnival is a global travel company, which owns such brands as Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises. The company operates a fleet of over 100 ships. Here is why Link likes the stock. [“source-gsmarena”] Read More »