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Nokia Looking To Re-enter Smart Phone Segment By Brand Licensing Late Next Year

After having sold off its slugging mobile business to Microsoft for around $7.5 billion, the Finnish mobile company is looking to re-enter the mobile market once again through the brand licensing route. The company is reported to be looking out for a suitable mobile device manufacturer to restart...

Fate Of $8 billion Samsung Merger Hangs On Advertisement Blitz Outcome

Barely days before a crucial share holders meeting, Samsung C&T Corp, the sister company of Samsung engaged in construction business, has resorted to advertisements in leading news papers in South Korea. The aim is coax as many of the shareholders as possible to garner support to back an $8...

U.S Appeals Court: Apple Conspired to fix e-book prices in Conspiracy with Certain Publishers

The U.S Justice Department has won against Apple Inc. in its appeal at a federal court. The DOJ had previously stated that Apple conspired with five publishers to increase e-book prices. In what would be considered a win for the U.S. Justice Department, a federal appeals court upheld a judge’s...

Hope of Resolution on Greece’s Debt Swinging Wall Street Fortunes

Wall Street seems to be pinning its hopes of recovery on Greece’s willingness to resume talks on the debt crisis. Greece may not be a big factor to U.S corporations, but Greece’s future is bound to send the eurozone is a financial tangle. The U.S Stock Exchange had a pretty rough trading day due to...

24-Hour Bus Service Proposal Lead To London Shutdown

The drivers’ union’s protest results in a London Underground Strike. Government has been active in trying to find alternative ways to help the citizens. London – 09 July 2015 – After a long thirteen years’ gap London witnesses another shutdown. On 8th of July 2015, the Underground of London closed...

5 Facts About Chinese Market Fall

The sharp fall in China's stock market is one of the most debated topics today, and at the moment, it is the most dangerous event for the global economy. No one can say for sure when the situation will stabilize, but there is a doubtless risks of worsening. The biggest danger is that the drop in...

Autonomous taxis can be very real possibilities in the near future

Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have published a study which shows that electric cars are not just cost effective, they are good for the environment as well. Although a fleet of self-driving taxis zigzagging the cityscape seems like a distant dream from the near future,...

Is Portugal Going to Become New Greece?

For Europe, the main topic of today is Greece, but there are also problems in other peripheral countries. If the Greek crisis starts to unravel, then they will suffer first. Portugal may be the first in the queue. Several years ago, the authorities were forced to take austerity measures. As a...

The Beautiful Friendship Between US And Germany

At the point when Barack Obama went to Berlin two years back, he enchanted a city. A huge number of individuals cheered in the late spring daylight as he displayed his informal side before the Brandenburg Gate. Evident correlations can be seen just by going fifty years back in time. At around that...

Cameron on ‘Rigid EU’ & Greek Demand of ‘Reform’

David Cameron shares his views on the Greek elections, attempts of arriving at a new treaty with Greece and the wave of reformation that’s rising from that corner of the world. B.B.C News reports that, as per David Cameron, the British voters, demanding a reform, are not going to acknowledge...
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