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  1. Markit venture is first casualty of US swap flop

    Separately, start-up Sefs complained of long delays in being granted the licenses by Markit, which they needed in order to start offering trading in CDS products in the run-up to the official start of the US Sef regime in October 2013.

  2. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    Simply put, there is no lawful, pro-competitive reason for Google to condition licenses to pre-load popular Google apps like this. Google is facing an antitrust lawsuit over its alleged monopoly of the mobile search market.

  3. YouTube May Launch a Commercial-Free Music Subscription Service by End of Year

    Billboard also reported that YouTube would already have all the licenses it needs for a service like this, including from Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group. According to Billboard, the licenses were obtained...

  4. Bing Adds "Pin it" Button in Image Search

    With that re-addition, Yahoo also allowed people to search for images licensed under Creative Commons licenses for use within various applications. Separate from Bing's social sidebar efforts, the folks over at Bing have added a "Pin it" button to...

  5. Baidu Paid & Organic Search Starter Guide

    Baidu may request other licenses, including your Internet Content Provider license and you must be prepared for this. A copy of your Chinese Business Registration with 'original copy' written in black ink and signed with the company official...

  6. Average Viewer Watched 23.2 Hours of Online Video Content in December

    Greg Sandoval of CNET News reports that YouTube is in talks with at least three of the four top record companies about renewing the video service's music licenses. Internet users watched online video content in December 2011 for an average of 23.2...

  7. Energy firms face capital adequacy squeeze

    You have got to get the balance right, such as the tests of eligibility [for exemptions] and obviously deal with the tension of who licenses CCPs, who regulates them, who has the ultimate word in whose contracts should go through CCP clearing or not.