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October 19, 2016

billon dollar companies who evades taxes by offshoring money


The majority of Fortune 500 companies stash their cash away from the reach of United States authorities in tax havens around the world, keeping $90 billion out of the country’s coffers and placing an extra burden on American citizens, In 2013, Apple, GE, Microsoft, Pfizer and Merck rounded out the top five in the amount of profit held offshore in subsidiary shell companies, often just post office boxes, located in countries with corporate tax rates far lower than those in the United States, according to the study, conducted by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group and the Center for Tax Justice.


Under current U.S. tax code, these companies can defer paying taxes on the offshore money indefinitely since corporations do not have to pay income tax on their overseas profits until that money is brought into the U.S. Experts say the tax rules that allow this were put in place due to lobbying by the companies that reap the benefits.

September 21, 2014

Web Traffic From Mobile web exceeds PC +Desktop traffic in 40 countries

40 nations see Mobile web  traffic exceed that of PC and  desktop
source ; Statscounter

Internet traffic from Mobile web has exceeded that of PC and desktop usage in about 40 countries . If you add Tablet numbers + Mobile number that increases to 48 nations .
Among the 40 nations where traffic from mobile 3 nations are a part of the 100million subscribers club. These include India (797million ) Nigeria 130million and Bangladesh 117million. Together these 3 nations add up t 70% webpage However it might take a while before Mobile web  traffic  exceeds Desktop views in all nations .Worldwide desktop access still accounts for 64.6 percent of Webpage views, but the mobile phone’s share has grown massively from 17.1 percent in 2013 to 28.5 percent in 2014 

August 8, 2014

Charting the Indian Internet Growth Story :why web growth in india doubles every 3 years

indian internet users growth to 243 million, 19% web penetration


According  From 120 million internet users in 2011, Indian internet has grown to 243million users  as of August  2014. The graph charts the average growth of Indian online users from 2007 onwards
  • Indian internet users increased by a 100%  in the last 3 years . In 2011 it was  122 million, compared to 243million as of 2014  
  • This doubling of indian internet users in 3 years is similarly seen during  2007 to 2010, where indians adopting the web grew 100 %, from 45million  to 90million in 2010 
  •  Penetration of web in India has gone up to 19.19% in 2014, compared to 10% in 2011, and  4% in 2007

July 27, 2014

East Asian markets cross 28% mobile broadband connectivity , Internet users jump 48%



East Asian Digital Indicators: Mobile vs social vs mobile
East asian markets see 92% moble user growth,as online penetration reached 48% penetration





According to the latest report from wearesocials latest 2014 data shows East Asian mobile broadband penetration at 28% ( as a percentage of the market size across east asia)

Here are the Highlights

  1.  Mobile broadband subscriptions by numbers :million Social media usage across mobile devices by numbers : million
  2.  Active Internet Connections by numbers : 756,093,363 which was about 46% Internet users spread across across 56% urban centres 
  3. In 2014 the Internet users across east asian market grew by 48%, as social media users increased by 43%, and the biggest increase was 
  4. Mobile penetration  showed the biggest growth as it zoomed by  astonishing 92%

September 9, 2011

August 22, 2011

Daily Deals Market Revenues To Grow 138% in 2011


This infographic (source :Dailybits ) takes a  look at what the biggest “daily deal services” sites do, which ones have gained most popularity and how they have achieved such viral success, along with analysis and comparisons between these main players 
Revenue from online daily deal and discounts sites including Groupon and LivingSocial will top $2.67 billion in 2011, up 138% from $1.12 billion in 2010, projects Local Offer Network Inc., which sells advertising and technology services to group-buying sites.
The company says at least 320 U.S. sites offer daily deals  and US Daily Deals sites in total offered 63,000 deals in 2010. That record will almost certainly be shattered this year, as Local Offer Network estimates that the first quarter of 2011 brought 40,000 daily deal offers to U.S. consumers. “This is driven by new deal brands and an increasing number of sites publishing multiple offers per day,” the report from the company says, adding that the average daily deal site in the United States serves at least 10 markets.

The most popular types of online limited-time deals in the United States remain those related to food and drink, which in the fourth quarter of 2010 accounted for 26% of such online discount offers.

Beauty, spa and massage offers continue to hold the second spot, with 20% of offers, followed by fitness and nutrition, 7%, and sports and recreation, 5%.Home products and services are making some of the most significant gains, reaching 6% in the fourth quarter from 3% in the third quarter. Offers related to clothing and accessories also are gaining importance, the report says, reaching 4% in the fourth quarter, up from 2% in the second quarter.
However not all is hunky dory with the Daily Deals Market.A recent study by Rice University found that, on average, just 55.5 percent of merchants made money via a Groupon deal, with salons and spas, plus restaurants, having the hardest time with a Groupon daily deal promotion. In fact, according to the survey, just 43 percent of restaurants earned a profit with a Groupon deal, prompting some to ask why Google even considered buying it in the first place.

August 8, 2011

Internet Demographics: 2000 Vs 2010: Infographics

The first Infographic is from io9 comparing demographics, technology, environment and entertainment statistics from the year 2000 vs. 2010. Some truly amazing numbers such as:
  • 900 million people more in 2010
  • 1.6 billion more people on the internet in 2010
  • Nearly 5 billion more mobile subscriptions in 2010  and 100 million less movie tickets sold globally in 201

    The second Infographic is from io9 which shows how  users demographic have changed

    A recent survey conducted by Pew Internet revealed that the average age of a user of social networking sites is 38, a big increase from the average age of 33 just three years ago. To boot, over half of all adult Internet users are now over the age of 35. 
    The data is very consistent with the latest U.S. Census Bureau brief that shows seniors are growing faster than younger populations, contributing to the rise in the median age to 37 in 2010 in most U.S. states.










June 17, 2011