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Decoding Fitbit’s IPO for Digital Health

Fitbit's blasting hot IPO has been a standout amongst the most foreseen open offerings of 2015. The organization's smooth items have promoted the idea of wearable wellbeing and wellness trackers, and even provoked tech monsters like Apple and Samsung and LG to dispatch their own contraptions. With...

BIO Contributes $369 Billion, To Create 4 Million Jobs, Embraces USDA Report

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) today hailed the arrival of USDA's report to Congress titled "An Economic Impact Analysis of the U.S. Biobased Products Industry," which points of interest the developing part's effect on the U.S. economy, vitality freedom, and environment. BIO...

Uber Heads are Arrested in France

French police have detained two executives Uber created a mobile application UberPOP search for calling and paying cheap taxis and private drivers. According to Reuters, were detained the head of the French subsidiary Uber Thibaud Simphal and head of the department in Western Europe Uber...

Linkin Park to Launch a Fund with Help of Harvard

The popular rock band Linkin Park turned to Harvard University for help in drawing up a business plan, and then launch its own venture capital fund Machine Shop Ventures. There’s no way musicians can earn a lot today, given that album sales were down 14%, digital sales of singles fell by 11%, and...

Boeing to supply 100 737 Max 8 jets to AerCap for $10.7 billion

Boeing gets the new contract in the sidelines of the Paris Air Show American aerospace company Boeing has announced that it has clinched an important deal worth $10.7 billion to make and deliver around 100 737 MAX 8 passenger jets to Dutch aircraft leasing company AerCap.   The company got...

Toyota to recall 1.37 million vehicles over Takata bag fiasco

The faulty airbags from Japanese vehicle parts manufacturer Takata has led to the biggest recall in automobile industry. Japanese car maker Toyota will recall yet another record number of vehicles, this time at around 1.37 million, as part of the Takata airbag fault.   According to a Reuters...

Nestle to Demolish Maggi Stockpiles

The Swiss company Nestle announced its intention to desmolish stockpiles of Maggi instant noodles worth more than $ 50 million after the Indian regulator has imposed a ban on production because of high lead content. It is reported by BBC News. Department of Food Safety (Food Safety and Standards...

Newmont Mining to Sell of Waihi Gold to OceanaGold for $106M plus Royalties

Newmont Mining Corp has recently announced the sale of its Waihi Gold operations to OceanaGold Corp for a disclosed sum of $101 million, $5 million contingent plus royalties. The deal is subject to regulatory approvals and conditions being met, before it gets closed by the third quarter of the...

HSBC job cut to be beneficial to India, China

Even as HSBC cuts thousands of jobs worldwide, the comapny will be investing more in the growing economies of India and China over the next few years. Even while British bank HSBC announced its plans to axe up to 25,000 jobs globally, Indian operations would face minimal impact and may at least...

Key Advertiser is Leaving Google for Dropbox

Google could not keep one of the main advertisers, who prefer to go to Dropbox. Vice-president of the advertising department was such a valuable employee, that one day he was paid $ 100 million to only stay in the company. The person in the limelight - Neal Mohan. He has long been the second person...
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