Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
By: Adnan Arnautlija
FACEBOOK’S NEWSFEED TWEAK IS ALREADY COSTING THEM THREE BILLION USD
Decision of Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, to return Facebook to its roots and remove ads from newsfeed, instead prioritizing posts from friends and family, has already cost him around 3.3 billion USD, and the company’s stock value fell by about 4.4 percent.
As reasons for this change Zuckerberg stated that he wants posts from friends and family to be priority on Facebook, not businesses and brands.
“We built Facebook to help people stay connected and bring us closer together with the people that matter to us,” Zuckerberg said in his post. “But recently we’ve gotten feedback from our community that public content — posts from businesses, brands and media — is crowding out the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other.”
Facebook said they were convinced that the change will pay-off in the long-run and that the most important thing for them is satisfaction of users who want more posts from friends and less fake news and paid content.
RAIFFEISEN BANK BIH HANDS AWARDS TO WINNERS IN “WIN A CAR” SWEEPSTAKES
“In order to make the attractive offer of our loans even more interesting and offer added value to our clients, last year we organized a prize game as part of the Bank’s non-dedicated loans campaign. We wanted to reward the loyalty of our clients, who are showing us confidence every day, as well as our new customers. That is why I am particularly pleased that we have the opportunity to give the lucky winners some very valuable prizes – the keys to two Toyota Corolla cars,” said Mirha Hasanbegović, Member of the Raiffeisen Bank BiH Management Board.
The winners of the main prize in the Raiffeisen Bank’s “Win a Car” prize game were Aida Tahirović from Sarajevo and Dragana Jež from Banja Luka. Also, the Bank has awarded ten runner-up prizes: Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones. The names of happy winners in the prize game were published in the daily newspaper as well as on the Bank’s website. (Raiffeisen Communications)
DAYS OF COMMUNICATIONS 2018: OVER 50% OF HOTEL LONE’S CAPACITIES ALREADY BOOKED
The offer of accommodation at the Lone hotel for Days of Communications this year is once again being filled at a record pace, so the hotel is already booked to 50% of its capacity. Early bird registration for the festival and accommodation is open until 13 February, 2018, and participants at the festival can receive an additional discount on their registration fee of 300 HRK per person if they are accommodated at the hotel.
While the past year was record breaking according to all indicators, this year’s edition is looking up to be the best one so far, with a rich program focusing on symbiosis of technology and creativity, and some of the names that will climb the stage this year will be known soon. The sixth edition of the largest communications festival in Croatia, Days of Communication, will be held from 12 to 15 April 2018, and the host will once again be the city of Rovinj and the creative ambience of the hotel Lone.
Find out more at www.danikomunikacija.com. (HURA)
MISLEADING ADVERTISING: NORWEGIANS SUING TESLA
Almost 80 Tesla electric car owners in Norway have filed lawsuits against the US manufacturer for misleading advertising, claiming the car performance is not in line with the allegations in the ads, Norwegian daily Dagens Naeringsliv (DN) reported.
The owners complain that the real power of the Tesla S P85D sedan is 469 hp, and not 700 hp as the manufacturer claims. They seek the same compensation as the group of 133 owners of Tesla in Norway who filed a lawsuit against the company and settled with it in December 2016. The American manufacturer then agreed to pay compensation to all 133 car owners in the amount of 7,260 euros, with the alternative option of delivering new equipment, DN recalls.
Norway is the world’s number one market in terms of share of electric cars, and is among Tesla’s biggest markets. Last year, a total of 8,465 Tesla cars were sold in Norway. (Lider/Hina)
DANISH LEGO AND CHINESE TENCENT JOIN FORCES TO DEVELOP GAMES
Lego has announced that it will join forces with the Chinese internet giant Tencet Holding, the largest Chinese company with a market value of $537 billion to develop Internet gaming and potentially social networks for children in China.
In the effort to take a piece of the $31 billion toy market in China they are competing with the likes of Barbie manufacturer Mattel, and Hasbro, the company behind My Little Pony.
The goal of partnership with Tencent, the largest social network and game maker in China, is to create a secure Internet environment that includes content, platforms and experiences tailored specifically to children. (Lider/Hina)