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UPDATE 1-Accenture raises revenue forecast for the third time

June 25- Accenture Plc raised its full-year revenue forecast for the third time, reflecting continued strong demand for the company's consulting and outsourcing services. Accenture raised its full-year revenue growth forecast to 9-10 percent on a local currency basis. New York- based Accenture's rivals include India's Infosys Ltd and Tata Consultancy...
Source: Reuters
HBO offers premiere episodes of 2 series on Facebook

HBO, owned by Time Warner Inc, said on Wednesday viewers would be able to access the premiere episodes of Dwayne Johnson- starrer "Ballers" and "The Brink" on Facebook for a limited period. Turner Broadcasting, another Time Warner network, said in April it granted exclusive video-on-demand rights to its Cartoon Network and Adult Swim programs to video streaming...
Source: Reuters
Amazon to pay self-published authors based on pages read

June 22- It could soon pay more to write lengthier books, if you are an author self-publishing on Amazon.com Inc's Kindle ebook platform. Starting next month, the e-commerce giant will pay independent authors based on the number of pages read, rather than the number of times their book has been borrowed. Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing platform lets authors...
Source: Reuters | By: Sai Sachin R
Amazon considering paying people to deliver packages - WSJ

June 16- Amazon Inc is developing a mobile application that would pay ordinary people, rather than courier companies, to deliver packages en route to other destinations, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. The company's timing for the service, known internally as "On My Way", could not be learned, the Journal reported. Shipping costs at the Seattle- based...
Source: Reuters
Apple to pay 70 pct of music subscription revenue to labels, publishers

June 15- Apple Inc said it would pay more than 70 percent revenue from music subscriptions to music owners. In the United States, Apple will pay music owners 71.5 percent revenue from its $9.99 per month music streaming service, Apple said. The company's payouts were slightly higher than industry standard, the website reported, citing Apple executive Robert...
Source: Reuters