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Wall Street opens mixed after hitting minimum wage increase in the United States

The technological ones are highlighted due to the publication of accounts for the fourth quarter. This is the case with Salesforce, which reported a 20% year-on-year rise in revenue to $ 5,82 billion, which was set above the analysts' estimates. However, shares fall more than 2%

Primavera BSS registers a slight increase in turnover to 30 million euros in 2020

In the Portuguese market, the operation grew 5% in year-on-year terms, according to Jornal Económico José Dionísio, co-founder of Portuguese technology. “We are witnessing a strong demand for cloud solutions for the digitization of business processes”, he says.

Farfetch. Confinements are expected to boost turnover on the digital platform

The Portuguese-British technology company presents 2020 accounts this Thursday, after several quarters of accumulation of losses. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to “afford” to announce his operational profitability, but the hypothesis is high, given that in the third quarter we were striding towards breakeven.

Football online. Sorare raises 40 million more and plans to reach all clubs in the league this year

“The user base has been growing 93% month-on-month in Portugal in the last three months, well above the global average, which is 55% month-on-month in the last three months”, says the French startup's CEO to Jornal Económico .

President proposes renewal of the state of emergency and calls for lack of definition "planned in phases"

The President of the Republic informed this Wednesday that he submitted to the Assembly of the Republic the decree to renew the state of emergency due to the pandemic. “It is not recommended by the experts to immediately reduce or suspend the contact restriction measures, without the numbers falling below levels more manageable by the NHS”, safeguard.

Deliveries. Portuguese electric bicycles hit the market in the second half

The E-WM 'cargo-bike' is an electric charge bike developed with people and companies in mind. “We believe we can reach XNUMX units in the first twelve months after the start of commercialization,” said Luís Costa Branco, one of the project's founders, to Jornal Económico.
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