Twitter is finally explaining its suggested tweets strategy: Twitter's finally opening up about its new algorithm, which shows users content they aren't asking for.
In August, Twitter started surfacing tweets to users from people they didn't follow with the hope of introducing them to new content. Now Twitter says this strategy is here for the long haul, according to a blog post.(Recode)
Industry chiefs including Zuckerberg named to board of influential Beijing business school: China's Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management has added three western business heavyweights to its advisory council including Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook Inc founder who has long sought to enter the Chinese market where his social network is currently banned.
Zuckerberg - who was named to the board along with Virginia Rometty, the IBM chief executive, and Anheuser-Busch InBev SA CEO Carlos Brito - will attend the business school's annual board meeting in Beijing on Friday, Facebook said. (Reuters)
Apple Pay rolls out, with holes in system: Starting Monday, Apple Inc. will begin its bold undertaking to add a wallet to its iPhones.
The iPhone already has pushed aside many once-independent devices, including music players, cameras and GPS navigation systems. Now, Apple's new payment service will enable shoppers to buy items at more than 220,000 stores or inside apps using an iPhone and thumbprint. (The Wall Street Journal)