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Twitter Gives Disappointing Fourth-Quarter Revenue Forecast

Online social networking service provider Twitter Inc. recently gave a disappointing fourth-quarter revenue forecast. The San-Francisco based company also reported a lower than expected user growth.

Recent forecast by the company came even after Twitter beat third-quarter profit revenue... read more

Wal-Mart seeks Approval to Test Drones for Use in Home Deliveries

Several retail giants, including Amazon and Google, are making efforts to use drone for home deliveries. The latest retailer that has joined the list is Wal-Mart, which filed with the US regulators to get permission to tests drones for home deliveries.

So far, the retailer has been making... read more

P&G Sales decline 12% to $16.5 Billion

On Friday, Procter & Gamble Co. reported that their sales fell 12% to $16.5 billion in the first quarter. The Cincinnati-based company said that they missed the $17 billion average projection which was being made by eight analysts from Bloomberg. The Company reported that their earnings... read more

Domino’s launches DXP pizza delivery car

At an Automotive Press Association event held at Domino’s Ann Arbor, Michigan, headquarters on Wednesday, the pizza chain and food-delivery company unveiled its Delivery ExPert (DXP) pizza delivery car.

The DXP pizza delivery car introduced by Domino’s is a modified Chevrolet Spark which... read more

Los Angeles-area will suffer magnitude-5 or greater quake within 3 years: NASA

Greater Los Angeles area will almost certainly suffer an earthquake of magnitude-5 or greater within next three years, a new study by NASA researchers cautioned.

The recently released study report warned that there is a 99.9 per cent chance of a magnitude-5 or greater quake striking the... read more

China's Economic Growth immersed below 7% for the first time

China's economic growth immersed below 7% for the first time since the universal financial crisis which has led to rise in pressure on Beijing to decrease interest rates and take extra measures to stir up activity.
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The National Bureau of Statistics said that the China’s economy... read more

VW offices in France searched in connection with emissions scandal

According to a Sunday statement released by the Paris prosecutor’s office, the French police raided German automaker Volkswagen’s (VW) offices in France.

The raids at VW offices were carried out as part of an ongoing probe into VW’s cheating on diesel vehicle emissions tests. A... read more

Netflix shares tumble 7% in after-hours trading after it reported Third-quarter results

After Netflix reported its third-quarter results, its shares went down by 7% in after-hours trading. The company has included only 880,000 US streaming subscribers in the quarter, which seems to be a cause of the investor shock. The number is down from 980,000 in the same period last year, and... read more

Barclays PLC to Name Former JPMorgan Chase Banker Jes Staley as Chief Executive

Barclays PLC, a British bank, very soon will be announcing name of its new chief executive officer (CEO). The bank said former JPMorgan Chase banker Jes Staley will be its new chief executive.

A person familiar with the situation told Reuters on Monday that Staley, who is presently the... read more

EMC asks for 'go-shop' provision in its acquisition deal with Dell

According to reports citing unidentified sources, data storage firm EMC Corp will -- on Monday, October 12 -- unveil an agreement related to its acquisition deal with PC manufacturer Dell Inc.

Going by the details shared by unidentified people familiar with the proceedings at EMC, the... read more

McDonald

Breakfast menus including sandwiches and the portable, delectable combination of egg, meat, cheese and bread are quite popular among English people. McDonald’s and many other fast food chains offer interesting options during breakfast time. There is a story behind actually how the trend of the... read more

Sprint aims to cut $2.5 billion in costs within next Six Months

Sprint Corporation, American Telecommunications Company that offers wireless services and is a major global Internet carrier, is aiming to cut $2.5 billion in costs within next six month because of which there will be eliminations in jobs.

Sprint, the fourth-largest US carrier, has... read more

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