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Enterprise to the Space Station Sought to be Brought by NASA

The International Space Station might be ready for business after 15 years of serving as a pure research lab.   Taking another, tentative step in U.S. efforts to create a marketplace in space, NASA is soliciting ideas from private enterprise on ways to use the...

Customers Need Not Worry Anymore About Data Overage Charges

AT&T introduces new cell phone data plans. Malathi Nayak reports to Reuters that AT&T Inc has announced that the company will be launching a “new data plan”. The said plan will get rid of “overage fees” besides bring down “data speeds for wireless customers” who over shoot their data allowance...

Business Boom and Lifestyle Changes Result from PokemonGo’s Release in Asia

To overcome the hurdle posed by patchy network signals in their race to capture virtual cartoon characters, Asian fans of smartphone game Pokemon Go are hunting out the best telecom providers and network gear.   Lifestyle changes for many gamers is also being driven, who must trudge through...

The First Post-Brexit Jobs Data of UK is a Big Surprise

The benefit claimant figures actually fell in the UK following the country's decision to leave the European Union and this bit of fresh jobs data in the country has managed to surprise market analysts when they were released very recently.   The number of people claiming out of work benefits...

Spotting Difference in Diamonds Crucial to De Beers’ Reputation

A diamond can be grown in days in a laboratory while one in nature takes billions of years to produce.   For De Beers, the holder of a roughly 30 percent share of the market for genuine rough diamonds, protecting its reputation as the world's leading diamond firm by value is fundamentally...

Rio 2016 sponsors scaled back their marketing activities

Promotional activity of large companies, which have traditionally been Olympic sponsors, is barely visible at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. There are no buses, painted in the colors of famous brands, on the streets, and advertising posters and promotions are lost in the multicolored...

The Term "Self-Driving" Removed by Tesla from its China Website

After a driver in Tsala car in Beijing crashed in "autopilot" mode and who later complained that the car maker overplayed the function's capability and misled buyers, the automaker removed a Chinese term for "self-driving" from its China website.   The Tesla car that the aforesaid driver was...

Arch Capital to buy AIG’s Mortgage-Guaranty Unit for $3.4 Billion

The mortgage-guaranty unit of American International Group Inc would be sold to Arch Capital Group Ltd for about $3.4 billion, the former announced on Monday.   The sale of United Guaranty Corp would give $975 million in non-voting common-equivalent preferred stock¸ $250 million in Arch...

Airbus faces investigation in the US

According to experts, the European aerospace corporation Airbus could face investigation in the United States. Earlier, British authorities launched a similar investigation on suspicion of fraud, bribery and corruption. The proceedings are related to violations when working with outside...

Even while Threatened by a Fed Rate Hike, Cheap Money Raised by Canada’s Telecos in Internet Bet

The confidence of the Canadian telecom companies on the increasing customer appetite for internet service is growing and this has prompted such companies to make a rush to secure cheap money in order to fund acquisitions and big infrastructure projects to take advantage of the situation.  ...
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