Qualcomm Files Complaint against Meizu with Beijing Authorities over Intellectual Property Violation

Qualcomm Files Complaint against Meizu with Beijing Authorities over Intellectua

U. S Chip maker Qualcomm is suing Meizu, a Chinese smartphone maker which has backing from Jack Ma's Alibaba shopping site for alleged intellectual property infringement.

 

DoubleLine Capital Sold Off All its European Equities Holdings following a Huge Rally on Thursday

DoubleLine Capital Sold Off All its European Equities Holdings following a Huge

On Friday, DoubleLine Capital's CEO, Jeffrey Gundlach said his firm sold off all its European equities holdings on Thursday before the market closed after a sturdy rally in the global stocks.

 

Barnes & Noble Broadening its Business Model Venturing into a Beer and Wine Stores

Barnes & Noble Broadening its Business Model Venturing into a Beer and Wine Stor

Barnes & Noble's faces tough competition from Amazon, but the book chain that runs 640 bookstores all across the country is not giving up so soon. Nationwide, the chains café offers quick bites like sandwiches, pastries, Starbucks coffee and additionally offers Wi-Fi to its customers.

Will Result of the Brexit Vote Reflect in the U.S. Presidential Elections? A Question Only Time will Answer

Will Result of the Brexit Vote Reflect in the U.S. Presidential Elections? A Que

As the results of the Brexit vote started to surface, the global stock markets started wobbling immediately as experts had warned earlier that a 'leave' vote to exit the EU bloc could be ignite a global recession and also affect the U. S. economy.

Report Shows Large Number of Americans still Prefer Receiving Credit Card Statements on Paper

Report Shows Large Number of Americans still Prefer Receiving Credit Card Statem

Even in the age of easy access to the Internet, a survey showed that large number of Americans still likes to get their credit card statements on the good old way; printed on paper.

 

U.S. Big Banks Pass Annual Stress Test

U.S. Big Banks Pass Annual Stress Test

Following the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve started putting the big U.S banks under stress test from 2009. Since then, it has been found that the capital levels have grown and also credit quality have improved. The bad debts are reducing gradually.

Chicago affected by severe storms and tornadoes

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The entire Chicago area has been affected by severe storms and tornadoes as authorities issued Tornado Warnings for several areas including LaSalle, DeKalb, Lee, Livingston, and Grundy Counties.

19 year old suspect shoots sheriff's deputy in a New Orleans

19 year old suspect shoots sheriff's deputy in a New Orleans

A 19 year old suspect has shot a sheriff's deputy in the backin a New Orleans suburb, in which is being described as a cold blooded murder.

Viacom’s Board will Remain as it is for the Time being, Judge Sets Hearing for July

Viacom’s Board will Remain as it is for the Time being, Judge Sets Hearing for J

Last week in a move, Mr. Sumner Redstone the majority shareholder of Viacom and chairman of the board of the National Amusements theater chain made an effort to being in major changes in Viacom's, ousting CEO Dauman, George Abrams, Blythe McGarvie, William Schwartz and Frederic Salerno.

Increasing Demand and Reduced Supply of Homes in North Jersey leading to Bidding Wars

The real estate market seems to be on a rebound in North Jersey as demand is increasing and so is the bidding war, due to a reduced supply.

 

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist said, lack of supply is "severely limiting choices and pushing prices out of reach for plenty of prospective first-time buyers."

 

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