It’s Homecoming float time in the heart of Cowtown

first_imgTwitter Tri Delta students join alumnae to benefit Cook Children’s Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ ReddIt Linkedin The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years I am a Communications major and a Journalism minor. I am a reporter for TCU 360 and I am working on the Greeks beat Previous articleFort Worth Water Department welcomes new director, emphasizes efficient useNext articleGetting to know the Top 10 Mr. and Ms. TCU finalists Cristian Migliarese RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Twitter Facebook Cristian Migliarese printMany TCU student organizations are joining together to possibly win a float award for the Homecoming Parade tonight at 6 p.m.The Homecoming Parade is an annual TCU tradition that welcomes alumni home and connects the Fort Worth community with TCU. This year’s parade theme is “TCU’s Texan heritage in the heart of Cowtown – Where the West Begins!”Each float is expected to represent this theme. Floats will be judged on construction quality, design, color, creativity, spirit and crowd reaction.Building a float is no simple task. There is a 2015 Parade Float Handbook dedicated to this sole purpose, and the best floats take planning, dedication, and hard work.“I’ll be buying supplies up until the Sunday before the parade then we build it all week and we should be done the Thursday before,” said James Reis, chairperson for Beta Theta Pi’s float. “It’s so incredible to see the final product and how hard everyone works makes it all worth it.”Whether it’s being part of the building process, riding on the float or walking alongside, everyone seems to catch part of the TCU spirit.“Seeing all the people come watch that live around Fort Worth really shows the spirit of TCU,” Reis said.“It’s cool because you get to see more of the community,” said Calvin Layman, Pi Kappa Phi Homecoming float chair. “You get to see all the parents that bring their kids out so that’s pretty neat. It makes you proud to be a TCU student.” Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ Linkedin Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ TCU students participate in LEAPS day of service Journey of Hope 2017 holds special meaning for TCU Pi Kappa Phi members TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer Facebook ReddIt + posts Cristian Migliaresehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cristian-migliarese/ Students walk alongside the float built by Beta Theta Pi, Chi Omega and Alpha Delta Pi in the 2014 Homecoming Parade. (Kelsey Ritchie/TCU) TCU’s Interfraternity Council continues Movember campaign with 6K Recovery Runlast_img read more

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Toronto Raptors score buzzer-beater to win Game 7

first_imgMay 13, 2019 /Sports News – National Toronto Raptors score buzzer-beater to win Game 7 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTuelekZa/iStock(TORONTO) — Sunday night’s game between the Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors came down to the wire — literally.The Eastern Conference semifinal game was tied with just seconds to go when Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard put up a shot as the clock ran out. It bounced on the rim before going in, marking the first Game 7 buzzer-beater in NBA playoff history.With the 92-90 win, Toronto nows moves on to face the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference finals. Game 1 of that series is slated for Wednesday.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img

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Ali’s daughter: The Greatest is OK

first_imgBy Tim DahlbergAP Boxing WriterNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Muhammad Ali’s daughter knocked down rumors of her father being near death Sunday, saying he was at home watching the Super Bowl.May May Ali said she talked to her father Sunday morning on the phone and he was fine. She said he was watching the Super Bowl at home in Arizona, wearing a Baltimore Ravens jersey.“He’s fine, in fact he was talking well this morning,” she said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. “These rumors pop up every once in a while but there’s nothing to them.”The family later posted a photo on Twitter of Ali sitting in a chair wearing a Ray Lewis T-shirt.The rumors were started by a report in a British tabloid quoting Ali’s brother, Rahman, as saying the former heavyweight champion was near death. Rahman, though, said he hadn’t seen his brother since last summer and had no contact with the family.The report was widely repeated on the Internet, drawing expressions of condolences on Twitter and Facebook.Ali suffers from Parkinson’s disease. He celebrated his 71st birthday last month. HANGING IN THERE–In this Jan. 2 photo, former boxing legend Muhammad Ali arrives at the Sugar Bowl football game in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)last_img read more

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Penn State downs Duquesne 68-59 at Consol Energy Center

first_imgPenn State guard Tim Frazier (23) looks towards the bench alongside guard D.J. Newbill (2) and forward Ross Travis (43) in the first half of a NCAA college basketball game against St. John’s during the Barclays Center Classic, Nov. 29,  in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)PITTSBURGH (AP) — Allen Roberts and Tim Frazier are proving they can play whatever role each is needed in to make Penn State be successful.Roberts had 15 points off the bench, Tim Frazier had a career-high 13 assists along with 11 points and the Nittany Lions won for the sixth time in its past eight games, 68-59 against Duquesne on Wednesday night.D.J. Newbill added 13 points for Penn State (8-3), which won despite having only 10 free-throw attempts as compared to the Dukes’ 34.Frazier, an all-Big Ten point guard, was held well below the 18.6-point average he entered the game with. Roberts was the leading scorer for Miami (Ohio) last season but had scored in double digits just once before leading the Lions in scoring for the first time on Wednesday.“I’m enjoying my role now,” Roberts said. “It’s just its so much different than my role last year, when I had a lot on my shoulders and. I had to do the majority of the work. When you do that and put all the effort in and don’t come out victorious, it feels pointless.But with this team, it’s just such a solid unit.”Frazier and Newbill are among the nation’s most experienced backcourt starting mates. Penn State forward Donovon Jack added nine points, 12 rebounds and six blocks.Ovie Soko had 19 points to lead the Dukes (3-4), who shot 27 percent from the field and made just four of 23 attempts from 3-point range.Soko, who made 12 of 14 free throws, played just 22 minutes before fouling out.Duquesne has lost four of its past six and fell to the Nittany Lions for the second consecutive season.The game wasn’t played on Duquesne’s campus but at Consol Energy Center, the home of the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. Dukes coach Jim Ferry indicated the change in venue affected his team’s shooting.Duquesne regularly plays a handful of home games at the arena, which sits a block from its on-campus home arena, the A.J. Palumbo Center.“If we play this game at Palumbo, I think it’s a little different story,” Ferry said. “Five-thousand people in there, it’s rocking. But I wouldn’t trade it. It’s great for us to play here, it helps with recruiting. We’ve just got to make shots.”Playing its second game in the city of Pittsburgh over a nine-day span, Penn State fared better than it did in a nine-point loss at Pitt on Dec. 3. Counting a 90-77 win over Marshall in between, the Lions have combined to hold their past three opponents to 27.8 percent first-half field goal shooting.Unlike they did against Pitt (which shot 58.5 percent in the second half), however, Penn State continued to stifle the Dukes through the final buzzer. Other than a stretch of about seven minutes midway through the second half, Duquesne’s shooting was cold from all over the court.“That’s what we want our identity to be – defending and rebounding,” Frazier said. “Just in case our shots aren’t falling – sometimes they’re not going to fall – but as long as we get rebounding and defense, we will be successful. A lot of times you get a stop, and that leads to rebounds and easy buckets.”That happened numerous times against Duquesne, which had its worst shooting day in the two-year tenure of Ferry. The Dukes entered shooting 47.2 percent for the season.Only one Dukes player – junior forward Dominique McKoy – made more shots than he missed. McKoy finished with 12 points on five of six shooting. Jeremiah Jones also had 12 points for Duquesne.Penn State began the second half on an 8-2 run to open up a 15-point lead. The Dukes answered by scoring 14 of the next 18 points of the game to pull within five – but that would be the closest the Dukes would get.Minutes later, Duquesne was within 50-44 after a pair of free throws by Soko with 8:40 left. But Penn State answered with an 8-0 run that all but put the game away. They led by as many as 19 in the second half.Duquesne shot 25 percent from the field – including two of 12 from 3-point range – in the first half. The Dukes also missed seven of 17 free throw attempts.Jack, a former verbal commitment to Duquesne who switched to Penn State after the Dukes fired former coach Ron Everhart, had a career-high 11 rebounds. He has combined for 13 blocks over the past two games.Through the first 37 minutes of the game, Penn State went to the foul line just six times. Duquesne had nearly six times that many free throw attempts.“That’s just Coach Ferry style of basketball with how aggressive he is,” Soko said. “He encourages us to aggressive, so we’re going to get fouled. But I feel like that bit us from behind this time; we were so aggressive, we took some bad shots, which led to easy (Penn State) points.”last_img read more

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Mallard’s Team of the Week — LVR Bombers Junior Basketball Team

first_imgThe L.V. Rogers Bombers outscored Selkirk Storm of Kimberley 6-0 in overtime to capture a 48-42 victory in the final of the David Thompson Lakers Junior Girl’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in Invermere.Bryce Winters sank one of two free throws to force overtime before the Bombers took over to secure the first place trophy with a 3-0 record. The Bombers, down 41-42 with 8 seconds left in the game, ran an endline play to set up Winters with a shot.Winters was fouled and sank one of two from the charity stripe to force the extra period.LVR opened play by stopping Laurie Tigers of Cranbrook 21-19.The Bombers then outlasted host David Thompson Lakers 39-38.Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to salute the strides made by the LVR Junior Bombers by selected the squad Team of the Week.The team includes, coaches Chris Dergousoff and Willis Parnell, Julia Burkart, Marla Motzkus, Heather Potkins, Bryce Winters, Ohia Wintrub, Riley Zondervan, Sierra Jones, Sonja Boyd and Camryn Parnell.last_img read more

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South Africans championing human rights

first_imgBesides the late Nelson Mandela, many other South Africans have stood up for human rights. Among their names, we can count people like Desmond Tutu and Miriam Makeba. They have all devoted their time and talents to improving the lives of all people.Human rights advocates have worked tirelessly to improve the world. Among their number is Desmond Tutu; there are many more. (Image: Kristen Opalinski/LUCSA, Wikipedia)Priya PitamberMany people have championed various human rights causes in South Africa. They were outspoken against abuses during the apartheid years, and remained advocates of human rights for all people in post-apartheid South Africa, some till their deaths.Desmond TutuDesmond Tutu’s hearty laughter matches his passion to improve the lives of people throughout South Africa and the world. Before he became a priest, Desmond Tutu, born in 1931, was a teacher. Following the introduction of Bantu education, however, he decided to join the church.In 1978, he was appointed the general secretary of the South African Council of Churches, where he became vocal about unjust racial laws. He climbed the ladder in the church: in 1985, Tutu was appointed the Bishop of Johannesburg; in 1986, he was chosen as the Archbishop of Cape Town, the head of the Anglican Church in South Africa – hence his affectionate nickname, “The Arch”.He was the first black person to hold the position, the highest in the South African Anglican Church. In 1987, he was also named the president of the All Africa Conference of Churches, a position he held until 1997.Tutu used his position to call for equality, and was a vociferous campaigner for human rights. In 1996, Nelson Mandela appointed him chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the body set up to investigate human rights violations during the apartheid.Tutu acknowledged that bringing an end to apartheid was a collective effort. “In South Africa, we could not have achieved our freedom and just peace without the help of people around the world,” he wrote on Huffington Post, the American news site, “who through the use of non-violent means, such as boycotts and divestment, encouraged their governments and other corporate actors to reverse decades-long support for the apartheid regime.”Among other accolades, Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984, the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism in 1986, and the Gandhi Peace Prize in 2007.Here is his simple message to the world:Helen SuzmanHelen Suzman was an anomaly in parliament – an English-speaking Jewish woman at a time when it was filled with and controlled by predominantly Dutch Reform male Afrikaners. She won her parliamentary seat as a representative of the United Party in 1953, and was an MP for over three decades, resigning in 1989.Throughout her years in parliament, Suzman remained critical of the numerous unjust apartheid laws. She was vocal in her opposition to the death penalty; she argued against banning the South African Communist Party, and she addressed gender discrimination.“For an astonishing 36 years, Suzman was a flickering flame of white conscience in apartheid South Africa,” British newspaper The Guardian wrote. “For 13 of those years she carried that light alone, a one-woman party in a parliamentary sanctum of hostile men.”But leaving parliament was not the end of her involvement in public life: she became the president of the South African Institute of Race Relations and was a member of the Human Rights Commission in a democratic South Africa.Suzman passed away in 2009; in an editorial, The Star newspaper described her as “an icon of anti-apartheid activism and a woman who took a fearless and often lonely stance during the darkest days of our recent history”.Miriam MakebaSinger Miriam Makeba helped to change the world lyric by lyric, yet insisted: “I’m not a political singer.” She told The Guardian: “I don’t know what the word means. People think I consciously decided to tell the world what was happening in South Africa. No! I was singing about my life, and in South Africa we always sang about what was happening to us – especially the things that hurt us.”Makeba came to be known as Mama Africa, along the way winning not only a Grammy Award for her music, but also the Dag Hammarskjold Peace Prize in 1986.In the early 1960s she addressed the United Nations. “I ask you and all the leaders of the world, would you act differently, would you keep silent and do nothing if you were in our place?” she asked. “Would you not resist if you were allowed no rights in your country because the colour of your skin is different to that of the rulers?”After the end of apartheid, Makeba continued her humanitarian work through the Miriam Makeba Rehabilitation Centre for abused girls and the Zenzile Miriam Makeba Foundation. In 2008, at the age of 76, she died after suffering a heart attack.Albie SachsIn an interview with Australia’s ABC, Justice Albie Sachs described being a judge as an extreme sport. As a law student, Sachs took part in the Defiance of Unjust Laws Campaign when he was 17. He also attended the Congress of the People when the Freedom Charter was adopted in Kliptown in 1955.He became a member of the Cape Bar when he was 21, taking on cases in which people had broken racist laws. It made him the subject of security police scrutiny, and eventually he was jailed. By 1966, he was forced into exile, first in England then in Mozambique. In 1988, a bomb placed in his car by South African security agents blew up, causing him to lose an arm and vision in one eye.But that did not stop Sachs from preparing for a democratic constitution. He returned to South Africa in 1990 and became part of the Constitutional Committee. After 1994, Mandela appointed him to serve as a judge of the Constitutional Court.Passionate about art, Sachs was instrumental in choosing many of the works of art on show in the court, the highest in the country. “One artist, Judith Mason, was listening to the Truth Commission processes on the radio while she was painting, and she heard the story of an African woman, a freedom fighter, whose naked body was discovered because the man who executed her pointed out where she’d been buried,” he told ABC about a particular work, The Blue Dress, “and the only covering the body had was a little bit of blue plastic bag over her private parts.“And Judith was very, very moved by this, and she went out and she bought some plastic bags and she sewed them into a dress for the person she called ‘My Sister’, and that dress is now hanging in our court.“And they represent a kind of a spirit of the sacrifice, the loss, the pain that was involved in the treatment of our democracy, but also the spirit soaring and the rights that are now protected.”Sachs was also instrumental in bringing about the Civil Union Act, which grants same-sex couples the right to marry. It made South Africa the fifth country in the world to grant such a right.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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eBay Launches Trend-Spotting Site Based on User Data

first_imgThe Inside Source is eBay’s latest announcement. The searching, buying, and selling habits of its 88 million active users have added up to an enormous dataset, one that could have easily been hoarded and sold to marketers, brands, and others with a vested interest in online retail and trends.Although eBay isn’t releasing raw stats into the wild, it is publishing editorial content and news on trends as well as a tag cloud of most popular searches right now. Coming soon are multimedia galleries and real-time visualizations of current eBay searches. Can we get an open API? Read on to find out.The consumer-focused site is broken up into several sections of articles by topic as well as a general blog. In addition to getting information on fashion and pop culture, users can also browse articles on “green” products and tech gadgets. Users can login through Facebook Connect, although this feature appeared to be unusable at press time.Here’s a rather scripted video from editorial director Meredith Barnett: According to emails we’ve exchanged with an Inside Source representative, the site’s staff is working closely with eBay’s analytics team to cull information on trends. The trends examined are as broad as correlation between events and increased searches for a term (e.g., celebrity wears knee-high boots at red carpet shindig; users start looking for knee-high boots on eBay) and as narrow as data such as were used for a recent post on a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame concert:For kicks, we decided to do a comparison of all the Hall of Famers participating in the concert series (there’s a second show at MSG tonight that includes U2, Metallica, Aretha Franklin, Lenny Kravitz, Ozzy Osbourne, Lou Reed, and more) to see which names popped up most frequently on eBay over the past week.The results were pretty fascinating: in terms of keyword searches, Metallica was far and away the most sought after band among the bunch (more than 86,000 searches!)… Second to Metallica in frequency of keyword searches was U2 (75,190), followed by Bruce Springsteen (32,690). The number of search per artist dropped off significantly from there, with but Ozzy Osbourne coming in fourth (5,290) and Sting rounded out the top five at 4,570… The supply of concert tees correlates pretty well with the demand, with the top five live listings for the concert performers and the term “shirt” as follows as of this afternoon: Metallica (1,759), Ozzy Osbourne (327), Bruce Springsteen (376), U2 (680), BB King (61).The editorial nature of the site also puts eBay in a unique position as both a retail outlet and a recommendation source. For example, The Inside Source features a widget on the left side of the page, a thumbnail gallery of most watched items featuring auctions from around the site. Clicking the thumbnail directs the user straight to the auction page for purchase decision making. And the post we linked to above ends in a series of recommended auctions.While it’s nice to know about trending topics, the site is also definitely geared toward encouraging positive user actions – by which we mean that eBay is still directing attention in ways that will increase sales. It would be really interesting to see more of the data released in a raw, less glossy-consumer-mag-style format. Currently, eBay offers one research-focused API, powered by AERS, for retrieving pricing information for a given search term. AERS offers a suite of tools for retrieving and parsing eBay user data, as well. Their API includes calls for popular items, trends, keywords, and more. Related Posts jolie odell Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Trends#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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10 months ago​Stock Market reacts positively to Man Utd axing Mourinho

first_imgTagsPremiership NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say ​Stock Market reacts positively to Man Utd axing Mourinhoby Ian Ferris10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United made money despite having to pay Jose Mourinho an estimated £18m by sacking him, according to a football finance expert.The stock market reacted “positively” to Mourinho’s dismissal on Tuesday with the club’s value increasing by £170m, Kieran Maguire, a lecturer at the University of Liverpool, said.”They’ve probably made money by sacking him,” he added. “He [Mourinho] was turning into a toxic brand for the club,” Maguire told Sky Sports News. “The opportunity to have someone in who could be a bit more media friendly, have a positive impact on commercial sponsors and advertisers – the stock market likes the idea of that.”Manchester United, their success in the stock market and as a commercial entity, is very much based on delivering trophies on the pitch. They can’t go for a sustained time without that.””Manchester United is the world’s biggest sports brand and everyone wants to be associated with that because the club is associated with success,” he said.”The gloss of the moderate success Jose Mourinho achieved was beginning to dust slightly.” last_img read more

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a month agoNewcastle goalkeeper Dubravka says new deal close

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Newcastle goalkeeper Dubravka says new deal closeby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United goalkeeper Martin Dubravka says he is “close” to agreeing a new contract.Dubravka has three years remaining on his current deal but despite impressing since arriving in the North East, remains one of the club’s lowest earners. Speaking after the defeat to Liverpool on Saturday, the Slovakian goalkeeper said: “We’re in talks. I’m close. We are in contact and hopefully we can sort it out as soon as possible.”I’m happy here so if I can stay longer here, I will be happy. Since I came here, people have treated me really well. I can say that I feel at home here.”I’m glad that people think that I can stay here for the longer term. It’s such a big honour for me.” last_img read more

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Facebooks messaging ambitions much much more than just chat

first_imgSan Francisco: Facebook, already the leader in enabling you to share photos, videos and links, now wants to be a force in messaging, commerce, payments and just about everything else you do online. The company’s ambitions harken to how WeChat has become the centerpiece of digital life in China, where people use it to order movie tickets, subway passes, food delivery and rides. If Facebook succeeds in turning its own messaging services into a platform for everything, it could ultimately threaten established services such as Snapchat, Yelp, Venmo, eBay and even Apple and Amazon. Also Read – Maruti cuts production for 8th straight month in Sep”It’s clear that Facebook does have very broad ambitions here,” said Bob O’Donnell, president and chief analyst at Technalysis Research. “Their goal is to be the WeChat of everywhere but China.” But Facebook faces numerous hurdles. A key one is restoring user trust, following a string of privacy failures that include the sharing of personal information from as many as 87 million users with a consulting firm affiliated with Donald Trump’s campaign. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to CustomsAnd any change may cause users to rethink their relationship with Facebook. “Facebook has a lot of momentum but it’s not completely invincible,” said Roger Kay, an analyst at Endpoint Technologies Associates. “People came to Facebook for a particular thing. Offer them a different thing, and they’re likely to re-evaluate whether they want to be there at all.” After all, Friendster and Myspace came and went as Facebook grew. Yahoo and AltaVista moved over for Google. And remember when AOL was popular, powerful and rich enough to buy the traditional media company Time Warner? Both AOL and Yahoo are now fading brands within Verizon. After building an advertising-supported service that depends on vacuuming up data on your hobbies, interests and political views, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced last week that Facebook will now emphasise ways for small groups to communicate in a truly private fashion. This involves scrambling all messages in WhatsApp, Instagram Direct and Messenger so that even Facebook itself can’t read them. Facebook will also let messages automatically disappear after a set amount of time, something rival Snapchat already does. Facebook, Zuckerberg said, will “then build more ways for people to interact on top of that, including calls, video chats, groups, stories, businesses, payments, commerce, and ultimately a platform for many other kinds of private services.” Facebook declined to further elaborate on its ambitions, and a spokeswoman reinforced that it is early in the process. But there are clues in what Chinese tech giant Tencent has already done with WeChat in China. WeChat combines functions that are typically done by separate companies elsewhere think of Facebook and its messaging services combined with PayPal and Uber. People use WeChat to buy goods in retail stores, split restaurant bills with friends, pay utility bills, donate to charities and hail rides from the Uber-like Didi Chuxing service. Facebook already lets people send money to other individuals through Messenger in the US and a few other countries and is testing payments through WhatsApp in India. The New York Times reported that Facebook is also developing its own digital currency to make it easier for users to send money to their messaging contacts. Facebook didn’t offer many details on its digital currency endeavors, but said a “new small team” was looking for ways to make use of the type of technology powering bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies. While the current payment options require linking Facebook to bank accounts or services such as PayPal, a digital currency could potentially work without them. That could appeal to users, especially in Asia and Africa, with limited access to banking services, said Avivah Litan, a Gartner analyst who specializes in security and payments. And it would solve a key challenge with commerce on phones. Litan said entering credit card details on a phone is cumbersome, and businesses often lose customers before they complete orders. If Facebook can integrate payments into messaging, it can keep users within Facebook and convince advertisers they’re more likely to complete sales. Facebook could also diversify revenue beyond advertising. For instance, it could take a commission, whether for newspaper subscriptions or food deliveries, much as Apple already does with a cut of up to 30 per cent for app payments. Kay said messaging could become one-stop shop for Yelp-like business reviews, OpenTable restaurant reservations, on-demand delivery similar to Uber and a marketplace akin to eBay the latter being something Facebook already offers on its main app. Amazon might be tougher to challenge, he said, given the company’s expertise in delivery logistics, but there might be pieces such as grocery delivery that Facebook can go after.last_img read more

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