If Facebook has made a decision to clone this feature as well and it's not just a test that it's running, then we can be sure to see the streaks feature being launch on services like Instagram and WhatsApp as well in the future.
Fim de uma era: Tencati deixa o Londrina após seis anos
Neste ano, o Londrina ocupa a quinta posição na tabela do torneio nacional, mas sem chances de subir para a elite no ano que vem. Com a mudança, Mano Menezes passa a ser o técnico mais longevo do país entre os clubes das três principais divisões do Brasil.
MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. (MTSI) Issues Q1 Earnings Guidance
The stock of MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:MTSI) earned "Buy" rating by Stifel Nicolaus on Thursday, December 3. Virk Preetinder S. sold $32,401 worth of MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:MTSI) on Tuesday, May 30.
A Facebook Messenger representative confirmed the testing calling it was a way to "to see at a glance fun facts about the people you message with". It adds that a lightning bolt symbol will be displayed when the friend in question is messaged with for at least two days in a row. "We're interested to see if people enjoy this insight, but we don't have any additional information to share at this time", said the Mashable report. By cloning Snapchat's most popular features Facebook may hope to attract - or at least retain - younger users and keep its user-base growing. It's also unclear if and when it plans on rolling out this feature to all users. Recently, Facebook merged the Stories for its main app and the Messenger app, called the Facebook Stories and Messenger Day, respectively and will now just call it "Stories". Besides this, Facebook will now course all Stories replies and Facebook Camera messages through Messenger.
Sells 916 Shares of United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS)
It is positive, as 73 investors sold GIS shares while 363 reduced holdings. 123 funds opened positions while 564 raised stakes. Since June 5, 2017, it had 0 buys, and 1 insider sale for $214,980 activity. (NYSE:UPS) was sold by Gutmann Kathleen M .