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Apple Inc’s iPhone 6 Revives Best Buy

Apple Inc’s iPhone 6 Revives Best Buy

Best Buy has been struggling for a while, according to Time, but Apple Inc’s iPhone 6 may have just given the store another chance at survival. The store that seemed to be doomed has been seemingly revived by the iPhone and the success of it. Time said many analysts have concluded that the retail store […]

Microsoft Corporation Unfazed After Mediocre Nokia Deal, Looks at Blackberry Limited

Microsoft Corporation Unfazed After Mediocre Nokia Deal, Looks at Blackberry Limited

A year after the $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia’s mobile phone manufacturing business, which did not produce the expected results, Microsoft Corporation remains unfazed, and is now looking at a similar deal with Blackberry Limited. It was a much publicized marriage of two giants, who chose to join hands to conquer the smartphone market which […]

California Moves to Ban Microbeads in Cosmetics

California Moves to Ban Microbeads in Cosmetics

Soaps and creams with exfoliants have been around for a very long time, but many today are likely to disappear off the shelves in the Golden State and others. Exfoliants are products that have miniscule plastic beads in them to smooth the skin. California is the latest state making moves to ban the use of microbeads […]

Microsoft Corporation With $95 Billion in Cash, Calls Off Salesforce Deal

Microsoft Corporation With $95 Billion in Cash, Calls Off Salesforce Deal

Microsoft Corporation has $95 billion in cash, but the company has still called off negotiations. Microsoft Corporation and Salesforce.com Inc were negotiating a huge deal which would involve Microsoft purchasing the technology firm. Negotiations fell through in that the two could not agree on a price. Microsoft was prepared to offer $55 billion for the […]

Greece May Go Bankrupt Within a Matter of Weeks

Greece May Go Bankrupt Within a Matter of Weeks

Greece is experiencing a major financial crisis and it is one that is more serious than anything the country has faced in recent years.  Greece’s Prime Minister stated earlier in the week that the country is in a state of financial ruin and people are worried that Athens, which is the country’s capital, may soon […]

Takata Corporation Sees Profits More Important Than Safety?

Takata Corporation Sees Profits More Important Than Safety?

Takata Corporation, the large Japanese air bag manufacturing company evidently sees profits as more important than safety. After all, it is more than ten years after the first fatality caused by the air bag inflator that the company is finally taking action, and as a result of intense government pressure. Consequently from this determination, 11 major […]

Apple Inc. iPhone Losing Market Shares Each Month

Apple Inc. iPhone Losing Market Shares Each Month

According to a recent report, the iPhone, manufactured by Apple Inc. has been losing market share for consecutive months. Market shares are monitored by Kantar. The report that has been put out by Kantar’s Worldpanel ComTech shows that Apple’s iPhone market share has made a steady decline since March, in most markets. Kantar monitors smartphone sales […]

FAO Schwarz Toy Store Closing, for Now

FAO Schwarz Toy Store Closing, for Now

The iconic FAO Schwarz toy store in Manhattan, owned by Toys “R” Us, will be closing on July 15 because of increased costs to rent the building it is currently at, in the General Motors building. The FAO Schwarz store features the giant toy piano popularized by Tom Hanks dancing on it in the movie, […]

Teens Charged With Murder of 15-Year-Old Boy [Update]

Teens Charged With Murder of 15-Year-Old Boy [Update]

In Newark, New Jersey on Mother’s Day, four teenagers were arrested after a shooting that resulted in the death of a 15-year-old boy. Two others were also injured. The four teens were arrested this week. They are 16, 17, 18 and 19 and the young man that was killed, was 15 when he was caught […]

A Single Tweet Which Made Twitter Lose $8 Billion Within Minutes

A Single Tweet Which Made Twitter Lose $8 Billion Within Minutes

The quick reactions to posts on social media today, have increased the dynamics of a fast paced life around the world. One tweet, one post, one like, could prove to be a game changer for companies. Recently, the social media giant which brought the ‘tweet’ culture to our generation, faced the wrong end of the […]

Unemployment Rate in U.S. Falls Officially as the Truth Lies in Details

Unemployment Rate in U.S. Falls Officially as the Truth Lies in Details

Details of the official unemployment rates were released this week by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, showing the national unemployment rate falling to 5.4 percent. This was down from March’s rate of 5.5 percent. Over 220,000 jobs were added in April, which is up dramatically from the 85,000 reported for March, which was […]

Starbucks Moving Bottled Water Production Due to California Drought

Starbucks Moving Bottled Water Production Due to California Drought

Starbucks announced plans this week to move its bottled water production out of California due to prolonged drought conditions. The company’s water subsidiary, Ethos, will relocate its manufacturing and production to its Pennsylvania supplier over the next 6 months while it searches for another West Coast supplier and new sources of water. The company was […]

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