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World Car Market: Record in the United States, Boom in Germany

Economic growth, cheap gasoline and low interest rates have provided unprecedented sales in America. For the German automakers in 2015, the results are mixed. 2015 was very successful for the global automotive industry. The greatest results were achieved by automakers in the United States, which...

Famous Car Designer Henrik Fisker Demands $ 100 Million from Aston Martin

Car designer Henrik Fisker sued the manufacturer of prestigious cars Aston Martin, according to Business Insider. Mr. Fisker claims that Aston Martin threatened him in connection with his performance at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show, which kicks off next week. According to him, the company sent...

Health Apps to Become More Trustworthy for Users than their Doctors in 2016, Predict Studies

Recent studies have suggested that mobile health apps will become people’s preferred resource over physicians apart from witnessing a growing number of users.   Two-thirds of Americans have already shown a favor for digital health management over physical, according to a study...

China Telecom boss Chang Xiaobing quits As Corruption Crackdown Continues in China

Chang Xiaobing, the boss of one of China’s biggest companies quit as chairman and chief executive of China Telecom after his detention by Beijing in what is being termed as the latest target of President Xi Jinping’s crackdown on corruption.   Chang Xiaobing was earlier detained this week on...

As a Global Test Case, Facebook Fights for Free Internet in India

With local tech start-ups joining the front line against Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg and his plan to roll out free Internet to the country's masses, India has become a battleground over the right to unrestricted Internet access.   The Indian government is still undecided on the...

Cross-Border Yuan Business by Foreign Banks Suspended in China for Three Months

Due to the historic fact that China’s currency, yuan’s, exchange rates at home and abroad diverge by the most in the months from December to March, the country’s authorities have suspended at least two foreign banks from conducting some cross-border yuan operations, said local media reports quoting...

UBS-PwC Report says Most Billionaires Can’t Stay Rich after 20 Years

A recent Study has established the saying in the business world - once a billionaire, not always a billionaire.   This was established in e recent study report by the UBS Group AG and PricewaterhouseCoopers which studied most of the world’s richest families 20 years ago and found that they...

Deutsche Bank Sells Stake in Chinese Bank

Deutsche Bank AG is going to sell its stake of 20% in the Chinese Hua Xia Bank Co. to companies PICC Property and Casualty Co., declared the bank in a statement. The deal is related to the plan the bank’s head John Cryan to reduce the credit institution's presence and increase capital reserves. The...

Navigant Research Claims That By 2024 EV’s Will Form Fifty Percent Of Luxury Car Market

Navigant Research provides a market about the electric vehicle’s market. According to reports, the manufacturers of the luxury vehicle form the twenty three percent of the EV “plug-in electric vehicle” market. There are further expectations that the said market is on a rising graph whereby it will...

Is the Potential Indian Nuclear Power Plant Deal Enough for Toshiba’s Lofty Nuclear Plans?

Battling both competition from emerging market rivals and the impact of its own deteriorating finances, Japan's Toshiba Corp may need to curb its ambitions in nuclear power even as it looks set to win a deal in India, industry experts said.   There were media reports that Toshiba's U.S....
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