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Nokia Network Expected to Boost Company Results in Q2

The second quarter results of Nokia, which are to be announced on July 30, is expected to some increase in the overall operational sales on a year-over-year (y-o-y) basis. This, analysts concluded, was due to the strong Networks sales.   The network sales contributed 90 percent of its total...

New Age Education Assistants-Wearable Technology Gaining Popularity in Schools

The development of technology has changed lives of people and education is no exception. What is changing the way students are taught in schools or will be taught in schools are technology based wearable devices that instantly transport a student from the class room to a virtual where the student...

Lower Mortgage Interest Boosts Housing Market In UK

The market in the housing sector is currently on the rise in the United Kingdom. The rise of this sector has been attributed to decreased mortgage interest rate and its associated factors. United Kingdom – 24 July 2015 – Last month, the housing market of United Kingdom began to see a steep rise in...

Japan Tobacco Acquires Logic Technology

The Japanese tobacco company Japan Tobacco Inc. (JTI) has acquired a US manufacturer of electronic cigarettes Logic Technology Development, the message of JTI says. The amount and terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The acquisition is expected to have little impact on the consolidated...

Oracle’s New product in its Portfolio - SalesPredict Predictive Lead and Account Scoring

Oracle clients can now use a new technology to enable the marketing and sales teams to target the prospects most likely to buy and gain insights that can help increase lead-to-revenue conversion rates. The new technology has been developed by SalesPredict, a leading provider of Customer Lifecycle...

Emerging Markets Target of GM for Global Growth

With an eye on the emerging markets of Brazil, China, India and Mexico, American auto manufacturer General Motors is developing new family of vehicles and plans to roll out the new models by 2019. The third largest car manufacturer of the world, General Motors has made provision to invest $5...

Goldman Sachs Execution & Clearing Slapped $1.8 Million for OATS and Trade Reporting Violations

Goldman Sachs Execution & Clearing, L.P. has been slapped a fine of $1.8 million for systemic Order Audit Trail System (OATS) reporting violations spanning a period of more than eight years by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The company had also failed requirements of...

Teva to Purchase Allergan

Israeli pharmaceutical company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries announced an agreement to purchase generics division of the American company Allergan Plc for 40.5 billion dollars. According to Teva’s press release, the boards of directors of both companies unanimously approved the transaction....

Bloodbath on Wall Street and in capital markets around the world

Markets around the world have had a bloody week. While markets in the U.S have retreated, the Shanghai stock market has hit rock bottom. Here’s hoping it doesn’t cave out This week began on a bloodbath, shares on Wall Street fell sharply on concerns about the slowing down of the Chinese economy....

Auto Manufacturing Company Fiat Chrysler Slapped Biggest Ever Fine Over Failed Recalls

In the biggest ever fine for failing to recall defective vehicles, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States slapped a fine of $105 million on Fiat Chrysler.   The company would have to the amount against 23 safety recall failure that includes a potentially...
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