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Ecco Launchpad, ora le startup italiane possono vendere su Amazon
Dopo il Made in Italy, le startup. Amazon continua a guardare alle imprese italiane e oggi lancia la piattaforma Launchpad, una nuova piattaforma che consente alle startup italiane di proporre i loro prodotti sul marketplace più grande del mondo. Un’opportunità enorme, per le giovani aziende italiane. Ma anche per Amazon, che potrà proporre ai suoi utenti dei prodotti un po’ fuori dal comune, come spesso accade quando entra in gioco la produzione di una startup. (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

Tencent announces a restructuring as challenges rise
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings announced on Sunday its first restructuring in six years, done at a time it faces increased challenges from tighter government regulations. The reshuffle comes as Tencent Holdings, which has seen a hefty fall in market value this year, is facing fresh criticism from analysts and investors unnerved by regulatory roadblocks, a fuzzy overseas strategy and growing debt. (Fonte: Reuters)

Autonomous shuttle startup May Mobility expands to a third U.S. city
May Mobility  launched its first low-speed autonomous shuttle service in Detroit this summer. By March, the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company will be operating in at least three U.S. cities. The company, which just announced plans to expand to Columbus, Ohio, is planning to add another route in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It’s a rapid acceleration for a company that was founded less than two years ago. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

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