Advertisements

Spotify increases prices for the first time: 1 to 3 euros more per month

Spotify increased its prices in the Netherlands for the first time on Monday. The popular Premium subscription for one person now costs 1 euro more: 11 euros per month. Spotify has held out for a long time, but the streaming service is now raising its prices for the first time in the Netherlands. The Premium […]

Spotify increases prices for the first time: 1 to 3 euros more per month Read More »

Spotify comes with a cool new feature: a 'Daylist' that adapts to your vibe

Spotify comes with a cool new feature: a ‘Daylist’ that adapts to your vibe

After the popular personalized playlists, Spotify now also comes with your own ‘Daylist’. That is the name of the music service’s latest automatically generated playlist. Your Daylist adapts to your mood throughout the day. At least: the mood Spotify thinks you are in at that time of the week. Unlike Spotify’s existing personalized playlists, such

Spotify comes with a cool new feature: a ‘Daylist’ that adapts to your vibe Read More »

Advertisements
This is what you get with the new Spotify Supremium subscription

This is what you get with the new Spotify Supremium subscription

Spotify will soon launch its new, more expensive subscription , which would be called Supremium. Subscribers get better audio quality, as well as a range of other useful features. Well-known tech expert Chris Messina reports which features will be part of the upcoming Spotify Supremium subscription. The most important feature is support for 24-bit lossless

This is what you get with the new Spotify Supremium subscription Read More »

After Covid-19, real estate companies will have to reinvent themselves

The pandemic has accelerated the development of teleworking and e-commerce and emptied stores and offices. Times are tough for listed real estate companies, these companies which live off the rent from their assets. The closure of stores for many months, the bankruptcies of certain brands and the generalization of teleworking have sent them to the

After Covid-19, real estate companies will have to reinvent themselves Read More »

The veterinary laboratory accelerated over the last financial year

The strategic refocusing of the animal health specialist on its most promising niches is a success, as evidenced by the annual accounts. Vetoquinol had already revealed an annual turnover of 521 million euros, gross growth of 21.9% including 13.7% organic. The difference between the two progressions is mainly explained by the integration of Drontal and

The veterinary laboratory accelerated over the last financial year Read More »

A much better dynamic than expected at the start of the financial year

A much better dynamic than expected at the start of the financial year The veterinary laboratory, despite a basis of comparison which has become high, published quarterly activity in very strong growth. On the stock market, the trend was less positive for Virbac shares since January 1, but the latest publication is now widely welcomed.

A much better dynamic than expected at the start of the financial year Read More »

The normalization of growth is happening at a forced march

The veterinary laboratory is suffering from the downturn in the animal health market as evidenced by its quarterly activity, which was in organic decline. Investors finally welcomed the publication of Vetoquinol’s third quarter sales, with the stock increasing by almost 6% in the session that followed it. The market was clearly anticipating a more marked

The normalization of growth is happening at a forced march Read More »

Advertisements
x
Scroll to Top