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GE Notes Higher-than-Expected Profits for Q4

GE Notes Higher-than-Expected Profits for Q4

As per a recent report, profits for GE or General Electric for the fourth quarter have this time crossed its expectations. While a quarter earlier, the company received orders making profit of $203 billion, the same this quarter came with a heavy log jam and the profit touched $210 billion.

Samsung Scores above 100 Million Sales of Galaxy S Smartphones

Samsung Scores above 100 Million Sales of Galaxy S Smartphones

The South Korean phone maker, Samsung Electronics has made an announcement on Monday, which shows the company's amazing success. It has informed that since the launch of its Galaxy S smartphones in June 2010, the sales of the same have crossed 100 million units as of January 2013.

Lenovo Attains Second Position in PC Business

Lenovo Attains Second Position in PC Business

Two research organizations have ranked Lenovo Group Ltd. as second best computer developer in the world.

Whirlpool Gains Profit in 1Q

Whirlpool

Whirlpool Corporation has received a boost in their net income from the first quarter of the year. It is the largest applicant manufacturing firms in the world. This has been a result of the reduction in costs in order to be able to help in managing the increasing costs for the material for production.

Nokia Plans to Lay-off Thousands

NOkia

According to reports, after Nokia finalizes its tie-in with Microsoft on Thursday, it will lay off 4,000 people around the world by the end of 2012; countries like Denmark, Finland and UK are going to be affected, according to Nokia.

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