Sea World Advertisement Says Killer Whales Live as Long in Captivity as in the Wild

Sea World Advertisement Says Killer Whales Live as Long in Captivity as in the W

Sea World theme parks have faced great criticism and has seen the number of attendance in the park go down considerably, the main issue behind all the trouble; how the trained whales are treated in captivity. But now the theme park has decided to fight back.

Republican Senator, Ted Cruz to Compete for President’s Post; But Could his Birth Place Make a Difference?

Republican Senator, Ted Cruz to Compete for President’s Post; But Could his Birt

This week, the Republican Senator, Ted Cruz of Texas, announced that he will compete for the post of the president in 2016. That is not the big news, what might concern some people is that, he was born in Calgary, Alberta and that's Canada and not the U. S.

Ruth Porat to be Google’s New CFO

Ruth Porat to be Google’s New CFO

Google's expenses are rising with its profits and so to bring a balance between both, the company is hiring Ruth Porat, who is said to be "the most powerful woman on Wall Street". Ruth will be the company's new CFO.

Ruth Porat, 57 has been well known for the role she played in harnessing costs in several areas in her 28 year term with Morgan Stanley.

Fresh Competition Force Netflix, Hulu and Amazon to Look for New Technologies and Innovative Ideas

Fresh Competition Force Netflix, Hulu and Amazon to Look for New Technologies an

Streaming services from Netflix, along with Hulu and Amazon have given the business of traditional television a hard time and a challenging situation as they offered people to view some of their favourite programmes without paying for the television cable services.

ChemChina agrees to buy Italian Tire Maker Pirelli

ChemChina agrees to buy Italian Tire Maker Pirelli

A Chinese state firm has agreed to buy the Italian tire maker Pirelli, renowned for its Formula One equipment and racy calendars.

Pirelli's largest shareholder Camfin said on Sunday that it has signed a deal with state-owned chemical giant ChemChina to create a long-term industrial partnership for the tire manufacturing firm.

Cash-strapped Americans turn to Tax Refund Advances

Cash-strapped Americans turn to Tax Refund Advances

The new federal data has been raising concerns among regulators about whether taxpayers have full knowledge about tax refunds. As per the federal data, cash-strapped Americans who are worried for tax refunds have been turning to payment advances, prepaid cards and other costly services while getting tax preparation help.    

Drone Manufacturers Have an Eye on North Dakota, Testing Ground for Unmanned Aircrafts

Drone Manufacturers Have an Eye on North Dakota, Testing Ground for Unmanned Air

Drones or the unmanned aircrafts have created quite a buzz in the American market and with Grand Sky facility coming up close to the former alert pad for tankers and bombers is adding further spice to the buzz.

Tiffany’s Sales Decline due to a Strong Dollar

Tiffany’s Sales Decline due to a Strong Dollar

Tiffany & Co, the upmarket jeweller posted a drop of one percent in its quarterly sales for the very first time in the last five years. The company says that the sales are expected to drop further as the strong value of dollar fails to attract the tourists from purchasing merchandise from its flagship jewellery store in New York.

Bank of New York Mellon will settle Charges of Defrauding Customers for $714

Bank of New York Mellon will settle Charges of Defrauding Customers for $714

On Thursday, the government prosecutors announced that the Bank of New York Mellon will settle matters related to charges from the state and the federal government by paying $714 million in relation to issues of fraudulent schemes that hurt the clients and also for methodically adding secreted spreads from the trade of foreign currency executed on the client's behalf,

Return Policy for Target’s Owned and Exclusive Brands Extended to One Year

Return Policy for Target’s Owned and Exclusive Brands Extended to One Year

If you bought anything from Target and left it unused and put it away in a closet to find later that you do not want it, then it is quite possible that you can exchange it or get a refund with the company's new return policy.

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