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Pepsi garners No.2 position in US beverages market

Pepsi has outranked Diet Coke to get the much-coveted no.2 position in the beverages market share in America, according to an annual report by Beverage Digest. The country bough less soda for the tenth straight year in 2014, with diet sodas shrinking more than their sugary counterparts. The...

TPG Telecom to buy iiNet for $1.4 billion

Australian telecommunications and IT company TPG Telecom has announced that it will acquire Perth-based Internet service provider and fixed-line telecommunications company iiNet in a move that will make the combined strength of the two companies the second largest fixed-line telecommunications...

Shell to Leave Nigeria

Anglo-Dutch oil company Royal Dutch Shell has completed the sale of mineral rights in the Niger Delta to Nigerian company Aiteo Eastern E & P Co. for $ 1.7 billion, reports Bloomberg. Shell is reviewing its asset portfolio in Nigeria. In a statement, the company says that the government is...

Eurozone’s Business Activities - Regains Momentum

Business output of Eurozone climbed for consecutive four months and attained new heights since May 2011. Eurozone businesses soared in March and hit the 46 month high record. This ramp up took place just when the European Central Bank started printing currencies to stimulate growth and inflation....

Promising Internet Marketing Platform Solomoto Was Estimated at $ 32-40 Million

A platform for promotion of small and medium-sized businesses in the Internet Solomoto sold its 25% stake in to a number of investment funds for $ 10.8 million. The company plans to spend the money on international expansion. Founded by Pavel Romanovsky, co-owner of Socialist Media, the online...

Unveiling of New Fracking Rules –In Controversies

Obama administration has set new standards of regulation for hydraulic fracturing oil & gas sector. Obama’s new set of rules for fracking operations on federal as well as Indian lands caught up in the middle of controversies. Hydraulic fracturing is a method of forcing water, sand and also...

Green bonds can rid the world of its dependency on polluting industries

The market for renewable energy projects have a financing method in the form of green bonds. With the green bonds market coming of age, its growing usage, as a method of financing renewable energy projects, has now gone mainstream. Barely on the horizon three years ago, Green Bonds was just...

Water and Sustainable Development - The Jetblue Story

Careful analyses has led JetBlue to better manage its water requirements and thus increase its conservational efforts as well as its profitability. By monetizing the value of clean beaches and by its various global partnership JetBlue has ensured a sustainable growth for the tourism industry. In...

China’s Railway Market on Boom

China planned to invest $128 billion in railway construction to push its overseas market share. In an attempt to upsurge railway company’s market share in the global market, China is planning to invest more than 800 billion Yuan ($128 billion) in domestic railway construction for the year 2015....

Holcim and Lafarge Merger Deal of €41billion – Back on Path

Holcim raised objections over the original plan of merger and renegotiated its terms. The European Cement sector is to witness one of the biggest merger deal worth €41billion between its leading companies of cement, Holcim and Lafarge by settling the differences over financial as well as leadership...