Short video-sharing app Chingari crossed 10 million downloads on the Android Play Store in under a month.
Read more: Co-founder of an Indian alternative to TikTok says his firm will never accept Chinese investments
ViacomCBS’s CBS all Access will be the exclusive English language streamer of UEFA Champions League matches beginning in the 2020 season, through 2024.
Read more: ViacomCBS will stream UEFA Champions League matches on CBS All Access beginning in August
Golden Nugget Online Gaming, now active on the Nasdaq stock exchange under Landcadia Holdings II, is valued at $745 million.
Read more: Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta’s online betting company is now publicly traded on Nasdaq
Amazon said it would pull a variety of products featuring the Washington team, including jerseys, t-shirts and jewelry.
Read more: Amazon pulls Washington Redskins merchandise from its site amid calls for the team to change its name
Facebook announced it removed a network of more than 100 accounts and pages posting misinformation on the company’s social network with ties to longtime Republican operative Roger Stone.
Read more: Facebook shuts down pages and accounts tied to GOP operative Roger Stone for posting misinformation
Samsung is expected to unveil a new version of its Note smartphone.
Read more: Samsung’s next major smartphone launch set for August 5
Shares of Snap soared more than 8% Tuesday before closing up nearly 6% after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. was considering banning TikTok, a Chinese-owned social media platform.
Read more: Snap shares close nearly 6% higher after Pompeo talks about TikTok ban
AMC has been battered by the coronavirus, and the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the company is working on a financing deal to keep from going bankrupt.
Read more: AMC shares surge after WSJ report that the company is working on deal to avoid bankruptcy
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, COO Sheryl Sandberg and other Facebook leaders met on Tuesday with groups that have led the call for what is now a widespread advertiser boycott of Facebook’s platform.
Read more: Facebook meeting with civil rights groups ‘a disappointment,’ ad boycott organizers say
Walmart confirmed in February that it plans to roll out a subscription-based program called Walmart+, but it hasn’t revealed details.
Read more: Walmart’s stock rises 7% on report of Amazon Prime competitor coming this month