The falling prices of oil, is not proving to be a boon for all. Some of the small-cap companies that had prospered during the shale energy boom in the U. S are almost at the tip of their breaking point. For some of the renowned fund managers it is just the reverse, this drop has encouraged them to insistently buy new stocks in energy companies.
Reportedly, from the beginning of 2015, Starbucks will start its delivery service to customers in few of the markets. Earlier Starbucks had announced that customers in some of the locations will be able to pre-order coffee by using mobile phones. The company also said that this new service will be a part of the delivery option on the mobile app of the company.
Herb Strather, the Detroit developer made a deadline for Wednesday 4:30 p. m. for making a ten percent down payment for his $3 million bid for the shattered and foreclosed properties in the city.
David Szymanski, the county Chief Deputy Treasurer said the wire transfer of $315,000 is likely to clear by Thursday morning.
On Thursday, Samsung Electronics Co. posted its third quarter earnings report. The company announced a sharp fall in the quarter due to a stiff competition which it is facing from its low-cost Chinese competitors of smartphones. For a while Samsung is losing its ground in the market to these low-cost,, smart gadgets.
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- Huawei officially unveils its new high-end Ascend P7 smartphone
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