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‘Dieselgate’ On Volkswagen Nearing Its Close After A ‘Settlement Deal’ With The U.S.

Voggenreiter from Audi thinks that Volkswagen has “good technical solutions” in answer to its diesel emission scandal. According to information provided by Audi, Volkswagen carried out a “settlement deal” with the U.S. authorities for closing its “emissions scandals”. There are talks that by the...

ANA Airlines Of Japan Detects Damage In Boeing 787 Engine

After observing a blade malfunction in the engine turbine of certain aircrafts, ANA calls for servicing and cancels several flights. On the 25th of August 2016, the ANA Holdings Inc, the biggest airline of Japan, informed that there were some troubles with Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC generated...

EU Tax Penalty on Apple may hit U.S. Taxpayers, says a ‘Concerned’ White House

Since the action by the European Commission of ordering Apple Inc to pay billions in unpaid taxes to Ireland seemed to undermine joint U.S.-EU progress on creating a more fair international tax system, the White House said on Tuesday that it was concerned about the incident.   Again since it...

Alphabet to launch its own car sharing project

Google is going to launch its own car sharing project Waze on San Francisco roads in the autumn. The new service may well become a competitor for Uber, which, by the way, is still Google’s partner. Partnership of Google and Uber gradually develops into an open confrontation between the two...

Japan Display & Sharp Joins Hands In OLED Panel Manufacturing

The domestic rivals come together to beat the South Korean peers. Sharp Corp of Japan is hopeful on teaming up with Japanese rival “Japan Display Inc”, whereby the partnership will explore the “organic light-emitting diode” displays.   The said partnership is an attempt to arrive at the...

Brussels Urged by France to Stop TTIP Talks

Amid mounting frustration over Washington’s demands, the EU commission has been urged by France to end transatlantic trade talks.   Next month, when the 27 EU member states meet to discuss their future after the UK’s vote to leave the bloc, in Bratislava, Matthias Fekl, French trade...

Up to 13 Billion euros in Tax Demanded by EU from Apple to be Paid to Ireland

After ruling that a special scheme to route profits through Ireland was illegal state aid, Apple has been ordered to pay up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in taxes plus interest to the Irish government by the EU antitrust regulators.   If other countries sought more tax themselves from...

Over A ‘$1.5 Billion’ Deal Takes Place Between Pfizer & AstraZeneca

Pfizer continues to expand its research field in cancer and antibiotics. Pfizer Inc cracks a deal with AstraZeneca, a pharmaceutical company, on buying the latter’s “small molecule antibiotics business” which could cost over “$1.5 billion”.   Earlier, in the year of 2014, Pfizer attempted to...

ITM Power To Support Commercial Group’s Fleet At Its ‘Hydrogen Refuelling Stations’

Commercial’s hydrogen “hybrid” vans will be refuelling themselves in ITM’s stations. ITM Power is into another deal, whereby it will be supplying “hydrogen fuel”, while it continues to network out its refuelling system. The companies of clean fuel as well as “energy storage”, as listed in AIM, have...

$52 Billion in Stock Rout Lost by World’s Biggest Pension Funds

As stocks tumbled and the yen surged, all investment gains since it overhauled its strategy by boosting shares and cutting bonds were wiped out and a $52 billion loss in the last quarter was posted by the world’s biggest pension fund.   Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund said that...
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