The smartphone app Candy Crush has become some sort of cult phenomenon. The game, in which you match up like pieces of candy to crush them away, is 100% free to download. However, the app will generate over $200 million for software developer King.
Nicholas Lovell of the Wall Street Journal explains in the video below which three key factors are leading to the game’s success and need to be replicated by anyone hoping to design their own money-making mobile game.
Here’s a round up of hedge funds’ May returns
Tyro Absolute Return Fund was down 1.5% for May. The fund's main contributors in May were Super Micro Computer, which gained 1.6%, Shyft Group, which was up 1%, and GCI Liberty, which gained 1%. Detractors in May include Recro Pharma, which fell 2.6%, index shorts and hedges, which declined 2%, and DXC Technology, which was Read More