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Appen H1 Revenue Fell 2 Percent To USD 196.6 Million
Appen Announces New Organisational Structure
Appen Sees FY Underlying EBITDA To Be In Range Of A$120M - A$130M
Appen Limited is engaged in provision of data solutions and services for machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).The Company operates through two segments: Relevance and Speech & Image. Relevance segment includes annotated training data that is directly used as an input to improve performance of the search engines, social media, and e commerce applications. Speech & Image segment includes products and services which provides training data that is used to build AI based voice interface, translation, text analysis, Augmented reality (AR)/ Virtual reality (VR) and image perception systems (including Light Detection and Ranging ( LiDAR) for autonomous vehicles). The Company serves various industries including technology, automotive ,financial services ,healthcare, retail, and government agencies.
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Richard John Freudenstein
Chairman of the Board
Mark Ronald Gerard Brayan
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Kevin Bryan Levine
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President - Sales and Marketing
Senior Vice President, Crowd Sourcing Operations & Human Resources
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Australian shares ended higher on Thursday as gains in banks and tech stocks offset a slide in energy heavyweights, while the U.S. Federal Reserve's plan to taper its bond purchases also boosted sentiment.
Australian shares edged higher on Thursday, as technology stocks took cues from their peers' strong performance on Wall Street, although weaker oil prices pulled down domestic energy firms such as Woodside Petroleum and the broader sector.
Australian shares rose on Monday, extending gains into a fifth straight session, as mining stocks rose and strong oil prices lifted energy shares.
* Australia's cenbank holds rates at record low (Updates to close)
Australian shares hit a near four-month low on Wednesday, as weak commodity prices hammered local mining stocks on fears over production curbs caused by a power crunch in top consumer China.
Australian shares fell on Tuesday as technology stocks tracked the overnight plunge in Wall Street's tech-heavy Nasdaq index, while a firmer U.S. dollar pushed domestic gold stocks to their lowest level in 1-1/2 years.
Australian shares rose on Tuesday, driven by technology and healthcare stocks, although a sharp drop in biotech firm Mesoblast due to disappointing earnings kept a lid on gains.
Australian shares closed unchanged on Friday, dragged by retail conglomerate Wesfarmers and rare earths miner Lynas, while investors awaited Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's speech for clues on the central bank's tapering timeline.
Australian shares fell for a second straight session on Friday, dragged by blue-chip companies such as Wesfarmers and Lynas, with broad falls in banking and technology stocks weighing on the markets further.
Australian shares snapped a three-day rally on Thursday, with losses in mining and gold stocks dragging down the resource-heavy benchmark index amid growing concerns over a surge in coronavirus cases.
Australian shares snapped a three-day winning streak on Thursday, with gold and technology stocks leading the declines, after the country's most populous city hit a record for new COVID-19 infections.
* Z Energy top gainer on NZX 50 on buyout deal (Updates to close)
Australian shares rose on Monday, led by mining and technology stocks, as upbeat annual results from Event Hospitality & Entertainment and plumbing firm Reliance Worldwide lifted risk appetite in the final week of the corporate earnings season.
Australian shares fell on Tuesday as a slump in mining and energy stocks outweighed a sharp gain for the second day in buy now, pay later firm Afterpay.
Australian shares fell more than 1% in early trade on Friday and were set for their biggest drop in nearly three weeks, as the country's most populous state battled a growing cluster of the highly infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Australian shares rose on Wednesday, lifted by the healthcare and technology sectors, while Challenger Ltd jumped after two U.S. companies bought a stake in the investment manager.
Australian shares closed lower on Tuesday weighed down by tech stocks and as the country's central bank in a policy meeting decided to pare its bond buying programme.
Australian stocks pared early gains to close flat on Monday as worries about rising COVID-19 cases in the country's most populous state, New South Wales, countered a surge in shares of Sydney Airport after a $16.7 billion buyout bid.
Banks led a drop in Australian shares on Wednesday as concerns deepened about a COVID-19 outbreak in the state of New South Wales that prompted border closures and curbs on gatherings.
Australian shares slipped on Wednesday after posting their best session in nearly four months, as gold and energy stocks lost ground after underlying commodity prices fell overnight.
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