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Hit by Oil Prices & Credit Suisse Downgrade European Airline Stocks Tumble

Dragged lower by rising oil prices and a downgrade by Credit Suisse, the stock prices of European airline fell sharply on Wednesday.   Credit Suisse cut the European airline’s stance from ‘overweight’ to ‘benchmark’.    “We can see the close correlation between airlines and...

Unauthorised Commercial Drone Use in US Attracts a penalty of $1.9 Million from FAA

Allegations that flight paths of unmanned aerial systems or drones are endangering the safety of airspace, the U.S. FAA announced the largest civil penalty ever proposed against a drone operator on Tuesday.   The allegation that formed the basis of the historic penalty stated that the SkyPan...

Google In Talks With Symphony to Expand Messaging, Facebook to Launch Satellite to Expand Internet.org

Media reports say that Google, now morphed into a holding company Alphabet Inc, wants to extend their chat facilities and is in talks with messaging startup Symphony Communication Services LLC for a round of fundraising.   All the digital communications of financial firms, corporate...

BP to Directed to Pay $20 Billion in Fines for 2010 Oil Spill in the US

In what is being claimed to be the largest corporate settlement of its kind in U.S. history, BP Plc has been levied a fine of more than $20 billion to resolve nearly all claims from its deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago.   This was informed by U.S. Attorney General Loretta...

Nestle-R&R Ice Cream Merger Rumours Confirmed

As Nestle, the world's biggest packaged food firm focuses more closely on its higher-performing brands, it is on the way to merge its international ice cream business with R&R Ice Cream. On Monday the company said that the merger talks were at an advanced stage.   There were earlier...

Siemens and Fluor to Pay £1m in Compensations to an Employee Following Death at Work

In what is being viewed as one of the biggest labour compensation agreements being awarded for one single employee, two of the biggest names in engineering, Siemens and Fluor, will have to pay more than £1m in fines and costs to a man was fatally injured during construction of an offshore wind...

The Scandal with Volkswagen May be Repeated with Samsung

Samsung can be accused of deception of certification laboratories, according to The Guardian. It is reported that, in test mode, Samsung TVs automatically reduces the brightness of the backlight that reduces power consumption. In actual use, they don’t. European Laboratory ComplianTV accuses...

American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy Protection to Finance Debts

After having reached a restructuring deal with 95% of its secured lenders to reduce its debts, Los Angeles-based American Apparel has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.   Around $90m in debtor-in-possession financing would be provided by American Apparel's secured lenders...

Tata Consultancy Service Has Been Booked For Developing The First Ever ‘Neural Automation System’

The first ever “neural automation system” will be developed by Tata Consultancy Service. London – 02 October 2015 – A “British mutual financial institution” has entered into a partnership with the “Tata Consultancy ServicesBSE 2.01 %”, one of the major IT firms, which was announced by the latter on...

Samsung Seeks Innovaiton With Investiments in Startups in the Valley

South Korean electronics giant is trying to start a culture that infuses the Silicon Valley startup culture into a huge multinational conglomerate.   Progress in this aspect is being made primarily due to the setting up of an innovation centre, accelerator,...
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