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The Internet Of Things Taking China by Innovation Hits Ninety Billion Dollar

The loT industry that weaves traditional devices to the internet is valued at ninety billion dollar. Nanjing – 24 September 2015 – The reports state that the “loT” industry or the “Internet of Things” at China acquired the value of “580 billion yuan” which is equivalent to “90 bln U.S. dollars”. A...

Starbucks Agrees to Pay "National Living Wage" to All UK Employees

Starbucks employees of UK would now get enhanced wages as the global café chain agreed to pay the National Living Wage to its employees. The basic pay for all employees, including apprentices would be increased to £7.20 an hour next April, the company announced on Friday. While an undisclosed...

Instagram Draws Ahead of Twitter

The Instagram’s audience has exceeded 400 million, Reuters reports citing a statement by the company. It seems that Facebook's strategy for the development and maintenance of the photo service is paid off. This result was achieved in less than a year after the number of Instagram’s subscribers...

Volkswagen not the First German Company to Face Emission Allegations in the US

After the revelation of the Volkswagen emission scandal, the auto world has been shaken up. But experts and old hands at the auto market say that this is not the first time that a German auto maker has been charged with similar allegations. While the German companies have a reputation for...

Volkswagen Chief Quits Faced with Worst Crisis in its 78 year old History

Amidst worldwide criticism of hoaxing the environment emission norms in et US and facing hefty penalty apart from losing both hare prices and face, the Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned on Wednesday, taking responsibility for the German carmaker's recent historic debacle in its 78-year old...

Volkswagen Cars Are Equipped With ‘Pollution Cheating Device’

The automakers have disclosed that the amount of pollution cheating scandal of Volkswagen can involve as many as eleven million cars. Following Volkswagen automaker’s information, the “pollution cheating scandal” of Volkswagen escalated further on the 22nd September 2015. As per the information,...

As Probes Multiply, Volkswagen Says 11 Million Cars Hit by its US Emission Scandal

As investigations of its diesel models multiplied, German car maker Volkswagen AG said the scandal over falsified U.S. vehicle emission tests could affect 11 million of its cars worldwide. The scandal has also intensified pressure on company CEO Martin Winterkorn. A German newspaper reported...

Despite Price Wars and Job Cuts, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons Suffer Sales Slump

Despite committing hundreds of millions of pounds to price cuts, UK food retail giants Tesco, Asda and Morrisons turned out to be the worst performing food retailers in Britain in the last three months. According to the latest market share figures from Kantar, Sainsbury’s was the only one of the...

PC Speeds to Increase & Intel Dominance Challenged by Samsung’s SSD 950 Pro Solid State Drive

To achieve an absolutely blistering top end speed of 2,500MB/sec for sequential reads and up to 1,500MB/sec for sequential writes, Samsung’s new generation of PCI Express-based solid state storage technology that was announced on September 22, would be the key. The new technology of Samsung,...

Starbucks Customers Across US Would Now Be Able to Order From Their Android Devices

Starbucks customers across all of its 7,500 U.S. company-operated shops would be able to use the Mobile Order & Pay service to place orders as the company managed to complete the nationwide sale enhancing strategy three months ahead of schedule. Customers would be able to order form their...
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