Street Fight Daily: Facebook Wants a Piece of the Search Pie, Alphabet and Amazon Earnings Reports

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Facebook Takes Aim at Search Again (Wall Street Journal) Facebook is touting search as a way for its users to track events in real time. The company’s previous attempt at search launched in 2013 and disappointed in part because of technical complexity.Read the full article


  • Facebook Takes Aim at Search Again

    wsj.com - 8 readers, 93 Tweets - Facebook said it has indexed more than two trillion posts from the social network, the first of several updates to its search feature, in a move touted as a way for users to track discussion of news events in real time.

  • Facebook Takes Aim at Search Again

    wsj.com - 8 readers, 162 Tweets - Facebook said it has indexed more than two trillion posts from the social network, the first of several updates to its search feature, in a move touted as a way for users to track discussion of news events in real time.

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai Cites “Real Sense Of Energy And Focus” For Success

    techcrunch.com - 9 readers, 179 Tweets - Today, Alphabet beat Q3 earnings projections. During the earnings call, Google CEO Sundar Pichai took the (micro)phone (for the first time) to discuss the..

  • Here’s the other way Uber makes money

    fortune.com - 8 readers, 70 Tweets - The ride company doesn't only exemplify the on-demand economy—it's also setting the pace for a new generation of brand marketing.

  • Shyp now lets you send packages without an address

    thenextweb.com - 8 readers, 250 Tweets - In a little over two years, Shyp has enticed both consumers and investors with its mobile-based, hassle-free shipping program.

  • How Apple Pay Could Be Undone by This Scrappy Fintech Startup

    inc.com - 8 readers, 123 Tweets - A throwback to old-school technology might just be the long-awaited solution to the hardware and security concerns that loom over the world of mobile payments.