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Sony Corp. Lowers Its Operation Profit Estimates Following The Writedown Of Its ‘Movie Business’

A downward slide of 30 billion yen is the price of Sony’s “$1 billion writedown”. Last week, Sony Corp. reduced its entire year’s outlook for “operating profit” following the take of a “$1 billion writedown” of the “Japanese TV-to-gaming group” adding to its movie business that treads the...

Suzuki & Toyota On For A ‘Formal’ Partnership Talk To Explore Green Vehicle Technologies And More

The Japanese automakers seek to maintain consolidation in the global auto market. In the beginning of this week, Suzuki Motor Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. showed a mutual consent towards carrying out “formal talks” for giving shape to their future partnership “between the two Japanese car makers”...

Tiffany says goodbye to its CEO

Last night, Tiffany surprised many with an announcement on resignation of its general director Frederic Cumenal. This is the second resignation in the market of premium products over the past few days - in the middle of last week, Ralph Lauren’s CEO Stefan Larsson also said he’s leaving. Tiffany...

Facebook’s Attempt At Securing ‘Continued Revenue Growth’

Developing app for set-top boxes for television allows Facebook to set another foot in solidifying its place in the market of live video ads. Television’s set-top boxes will now have an app which is being created by Facebook Inc. Moreover, the same app will also work in Apple TV made by Apple Inc.,...

Premier Food’s ‘Performance To Remain Challenging During The Fourth Quarter’

Profit prediction drags down Premier Food’s shares. The shares of Premier Foods tanked following its announcement wherein it predicted that the “trading profit” will be ten percent below its previous year’s performance figures. The said anticipation took birth by the “weaker-than-expected...

Experience The Coffee & Doughnut Of Tim Hortons in Mexico Now

A “master franchise”, an expansion plan and a joint venture prepares the ground for Tim Hortons’ entry in Mexico. Tim Hortons, the “coffee and doughnut chain” of “Restaurant Brands International Inc” will now be expanded in Mexico under its plans of expansion.   According to the information...

Wonderbox: case study of a successful start-up company on a nascent market

From 2004 to 2016, the French giftbox company has successfully developed its activity all the way to market leadership, something unusual enough on a new market to be pointed out – and studied. Among its key assets: boldness, speed and unrelenting quality.

Call on EU to Halve Food Waste by 2030 Given by Campaigners

44m tonnes of food waste every year could be wiped out by the initiative, which would apply to the UK if passed.   On the eve of a landmark vote later this month, a major pan-European group is urging people to support the cause to halve ‘farm to fork’ food waste in Europe by 2030....

Boeing To Come Out With A Stretched Version Of Its New ‘737 MAX’

“737 MAX 10X” is a new addition into Boeing’s 737 MAX family. CNN Money reported that Boeing Co. started to offer a “stretched version of its new 737 MAX narrow-body aircraft” to airline services.   While, Boeing informed that the company is in discussion with its clients on the issue of...

Tesla poaches another Apple's professional

Chris Lattner, creator of programming language Swift, decided to leave Apple after 12 years with the company. Lattner was the first to tell about it, and soon welcome letter for Chris was posted on the Tesla Motors’ website, which lured the famous programmer into its ranks. "We are very pleased to...
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