Last fortnight, TikTok stepped into a maelstrom of a ratings collapse, being ripped off by a clone and getting uninstalled for being a “Chinese” product.
Last fortnight, everything in business news was Reliance, Reliance and only Reliance.
Last Fortnite, Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani observed that gaming can become bigger than movies, music and TV shows put together, a week before the annual Indian gaming awards were swept by Indian startups.
Last fortnight, Shopee was ranked the most positively discussed brand in Malaysia, beating the likes of WhatsApp and competitor Lazada to cap off an epic 2019.
We are at the end of the year, the end of a decade, and the beginning of a time to reflect on the year gone by.
Last fortnight, MX Player raised a $100MM, adding more firepower to fight in the fast-growing OTT market.
Last fortnight, DailyHunt was in the midst of closing its $30MM+ funding round to take it north of a $500MM valuation.
Last week, entertainment ticketing platform BookMyShow was looking to raise $100MM, vaulting it to a unicorn valued at $1.1Bn.
Last week, content network The Viral Fever (TVF) released the second season of the entertaining Tripling under TVFPlay.
Last week, video streaming platform Hotstar raised $153MM, post which it launched a 365 INR VIP subscription plan.
Last week, Chinese holding company Tencent invested $100MM in Indian fantasy sports company Dream11.
After disclosing lukewarm earning forecasts, user slowdown and privacy concerns, Facebook created history of the wrong kind by losing $119Bn of market value in one day.
Netflix released its thriller TV show Sacred Games this week, to strong reviews and strong political reactions.