A Startup You've Never Heard Of Called Supercell Is Suddenly Worth $600 Million

A Startup You've Never Heard Of Called Supercell Is Suddenly Worth $600 Million

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New Somewhere in Scandanavia there's a startup. And investors think that startup is worth a lot of money. Supercell is a two-year-old company that is cashing in on iOS games. Titles include Hay Day and Clash of Clans, and the company frequently appears in the App Store's top grossing chart. According...
A Startup You've Never Heard Of Called Supercell Is Suddenly Worth $600 Million
                                       

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