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Toyota invests in U.S. car-sharing service
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 06:09:04 -0400

A logo is pictured at AutoNation Toyota dealership in CerritosToyota Motor Corp on Friday said it has invested in U.S. car-sharing company Getaround, a move that comes as global automakers seek to shore up their presence in new technology sectors amid growing competition from transport startups. The world's biggest-selling automaker confirmed in an email to Reuters that it has invested in the San Francisco-based start-up through its investment fund, Mirai Creation Investment Limited Partnership, but declined to offer further details. Earlier on Friday, Japan's Nikkei newspaper reported that Getaround was believed to have received around $10 million from the fund.

EU privacy watchdogs warn WhatsApp on privacy policy, Yahoo on breach
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 05:10:49 -0400

A 3D printed Whatsapp logo is seen in front of a displayed Facebook logo in this illustration takenBy Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European privacy watchdogs said on Friday they had sent letters to WhatsApp over its sharing of information with parent company Facebook and Yahoo over a 2014 data breach and its scanning of customer emails for U.S. intelligence purposes. European Union data protection authorities said they had serious concerns about WhatsApp's recent change in privacy policy in which it would share users' phone numbers with Facebook, its first change in policy since Facebook bought the messaging service.

Amazon targets Chinese demand for overseas shopping with Prime launch
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 06:13:21 -0400

Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery in the Manhattan borough of New York CityAmazon.com Inc has launched a tailored version of its Prime service in China to tap consumer demand for overseas goods, putting the U.S. online retail firm in closer competition with local rivals Alibaba Group and JD.com. Chinese shoppers have been driving a boom in "cross border" shopping with high demand for products, from infant formula to luxury handbags, bought through online platforms like Alibaba's Tmall International and via informal "daigou" shopping agents. Amazon, which dominates online shopping in the United States, is a bit-part player in China, lagging far behind market leaders Alibaba and JD.com.

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