Jesper Koll is joining WisdomTree Investments Inc. as its Chief Executive Officer in Japan. He was leading the equity research division at JPMorgan Chase & Co. earlier.
On Tuesday, Hewlett Packard made an announcement saying that its executive vice president, Bill Veghte is leaving the company. However no reason was elaborated for his departure.
Judges of US Appeals Court Agrees Apple Violated Antitrust Law by Conspiring to Raise Price of e-books
On Tuesday, a three-judge panel of a federal appeals court agreed that in 2010 Apple had violated antitrust rules by scheming with publishers and raised the prices of electronic books which was dominated mainly by Amazon.com.
Xiaomi is venturing out of Asia for the first time and is headed to Brazil. It will be selling its low priced smartphones in Brazil from July.
New York City Rent Guidelines Board in an Unprecedented Move Votes to Freeze Regulated Rents on One-Year Leases
The Rent Guidelines Board is responsible for regulating greater than one million apartments that have a stabilized rent and are located in the New York. On Monday, the Board voted 7-to-2 and decided on a freeze on one-year leases. This is surely an extraordinary move even been made by the board in the last forty six years.
Although the merger of Sysco Corp and US Foods Inc. would have been beneficial for the companies and would have cut cost for both, but that isn't happening right now.
More Than 1.2 million New Jersey Residents are Expected to Travel During Fourth July Weekend Holiday
A huge number of people are expected to travel during the Independence Day holiday which begins on Wednesday, July 1 and will last till July 5, Sunday.
From New Jersey alone, greater than 1.2 million people are expected travel and around eight to ten percent of the people are estimated to take the road.
A research team at Johns Hopkins has found a link between multiple genetic changes and increased risk of pancreatic cancer. The detailed results of the study have been published in Nature Genetics.
On Friday, eBay the US online giant said that its board has approved the plan of separating PayPal, the online payments unit. PayPal will start trading as an independent identity from July 20.
Lately, Twitter has seen some top level departures and the latest is the resignation that comes from its Vice President for Corporate Development and Strategy, Rishi Garg. The top level executive with an Indian origin resigned from the micro-blogging site.
The 'Taxi of Tomorrow' program initiated by the New York City may be a reality in the city soon.
Investigation by NYC Authorities Says Whole Foods Overcharged Customers; the “Whole Paycheck” Reputation Remains
The outlets of Whole Foods in the U. SA and Britain have faced a slump in sales due to the growing competition from some of the mainstream rivals offering organic and natural food at lesser prices. That may not be the only bad news for Whole Foods as investigation by the authorities found multiple violations in the outlets of the company.
In an announcement, Box and IBM said that they were going into a partnership which will allow their technologies to be integrated and the cloud products o be mutually mingled.
As the arrangement goes, the customers of Box will be able to store their data on cloud services of IBM which reportedly will have forty six data centers all over the world by this year's end.
Australia says Along with being a Founding Member it be the Sixth Largest Shareholder of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
On Wednesday, a statement from the government said that Australia will become one of the founding members of Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and also the sixth largest shareholder of the Asian regional bank.
On Monday, Standard & Poor's said that prices of residential property in Dubai are likely to drop by ten to twenty percent in the current year due to the soft demand and a slow growth in economic activity, as the investor sentiments face a subdued phase.
Survey Reveals the Name of Top Arab universities; Thirteen UAE Institutes find Place Among Top Hundred
Brighter futures are in most cases attributed to better education. Youngsters are always eager to get education from institutions that ensure brighter future career prospects.
Recently the list of the new 2015 QS University Rankings of the leading hundred institutions from the fifteen Arab countries was released.
Akio Toyoda's move in March of promoting three non-Japanese executives at top levels at headquarters of Toyota doesn't seem to be working well. The effort was intended in making the largest automaker of the world, more representative of the worldwide markets which it serves.
The price of oil in the Asian markets remained more or less unchanged on Monday, followed by an initial drop. The major reasons for this are attributed to an oversupply concern as well as about the outcome over the Greek crisis which is going to be discussed in a eurozone meeting today.
MERS or the Middle East respiratory syndrome is a disease caused by a virus and was first discovered 2012. The disease was discovered when a patient from Saudi Arabia died while in London.
Yoga is the secret for healthy life, the old secret has been discovered in a new way!
On Sunday, to mark the beginning of the International Yoga Day, about five thousand enthusiasts will create a mass yoga wave in Dubai.
Last year, the United Nations declared June 21 as the International Yoga Day which is also coincidentally the longest day of the year.
- Samsung signs deal with Amazon.in to sell Galaxy K Zoom handset in India
- GE unveils smart LED light bulb – ‘Link’
- Report: iPhone 6 likely to be launched one month earlier than expected
- Huawei officially unveils its new high-end Ascend P7 smartphone
- Samsung launches its ‘Galaxy K zoom’ camera specialized-smartphone