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Facebook Launches New Ad Platform
The world’s largest social network platform, Facebook Inc., launched a new strategy of advertising on Feb. 29, engaging ...
March 1, 2012
Chinese Firm Challenges Apple’s Right to Sell iPads in China
A local court ruling has temporarily allowed Apple Inc. to continue to sell its iPad tablet computer in ...
February 23, 2012
Hong Kongers Want to Keep Mainland Drivers Out
Hong Kong locals protest over the government’s decision to allow mainland Chinese cars onto the island.
February 21, 2012
Roche Warns of Counterfeit Cancer Drug
The proliferation of counterfeit medicine is becoming an increasing concern, and the recent discovery of a fake version ...
February 18, 2012
Tassimo Coffee Makers and Espresso Discs Recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of Tassimo coffee makers due to a ...
February 13, 2012
Davos Forum Wraps Up Amidst Global Economic Woes
The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) has concluded its five-day proceedings in Switzerland; a meeting of the minds ...
January 31, 2012
Kodak’s Fate Was Inevitable
The evolution of digital printing has undermined the foundation of Kodak’s business, which was based on film and ...
January 24, 2012
Google Delivers Underwhelming Q4 Earnings
Google Inc.’s earnings disappointed the market by not meeting analyst expectations in terms of revenues and earnings in ...
January 23, 2012
Morgan Stanley to Cut Bankers’ Pay
Salaries for senior investment bankers and traders at Morgan Stanley Co. are being targeted for a 20 to ...
January 19, 2012
China’s Building Boom Could Signal Economic Crisis
With the ongoing economic turmoil causing jolts to global stock markets, some say that the Asian market, and ...
January 17, 2012
Olympus Sues Executives for Fraud
Japanese camera maker Olympus Corp. has launched a legal battle against its president, Shuichi Takayama, and 18 other ...
January 14, 2012
Wine Prices Drop in 2011
After record high prices in 2010, the price for fine wine has decreased over the last year.
January 10, 2012
Airbus Gets $3.8 Billion Contract From Hong Kong
Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. (HKA) has made an agreement with the world’s largest passenger jet manufacturers—Airbus—to order 10 ...
January 8, 2012
Former PayPal Chief to Lead Yahoo
Yahoo! Inc. has appointed a new chief executive officer, Scott Thompson, who left his post as president of ...
January 5, 2012
International Travel Demand Softens
International air passenger traffic has dropped 1.5 percent in November compared with October, according to the International Air ...
January 3, 2012
Sony Pulls Out of LCD Joint-Venture
The world’s third largest flat panel television maker, Sony Corp., is selling out of its seven-year LCD joint ...
December 27, 2011
Mead Johnson Baby Formula Recalled
A baby milk formula recall scare is spreading across the United States, as retailers such as Wal-Mart Stores ...
December 26, 2011
British Bankers Take to the Courts to Uphold Bonuses
Bankers in the U.K.’s financial sector are taking legal action to resolve disputes over declining year-end bonuses.
December 23, 2011
Barclays Sacks Bankers for Being ‘Jerks’
UK's second largest bank by assets, Barclays Plc, is setting some precedents in the banking industry for its ...
December 11, 2011
HSBC Fined Millions for Faulty Investment Advice to Seniors
A fine of $16.4 million (10.5 million pounds) was imposed on Europe's largest bank by market value—HSBC Holdings ...
December 5, 2011
Samsung Prevails in US Apple Patent Suit
The neck-and-neck litigation dispute between Samsung Electronic Co. and Apple Inc. is proving to be relentless.
December 4, 2011
Starbucks Coffee Invests in UK Jobs
Currently Starbucks runs more than 700 stores in the U.K. and 20 percent of its sales come from ...
December 3, 2011
HTC Shares Plunge on Disappointing Forecast
The world's No.4 smartphone manufacturer HTC Corp. is seeing a downward trend in terms of its shares and ...
November 27, 2011
Holiday Shopping Highlights Counterfeiting Concerns
Warnings concerning counterfeit goods around the world have been heightened in anticipation of the holiday shopping season. Traditionally, ...
November 23, 2011
Google Diversifies Into Music
Internet search giant Google Inc. is attempting to diversify into a new service offering: music.
November 17, 2011
After Period of Gains, Coffee Prices to Stabilize
International coffee prices are due to stabilize for the rest of this year and 2012, according to the ...
November 13, 2011
Motorola Wins German Legal Battle Against Apple
Motorola Mobility in Germany is celebrating a win against Apple Inc. whereby the Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant's products ...
November 6, 2011
New Asylum Policies Help Cut Illegal Border Crossings by 65 Percent
More CNN Staff Rip Company Leadership Over Bias, Trump Coverage, Undercover Video Shows
Trump Confirms Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s Resignation
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Senate Fails to Override Trump Veto Over Funding for Border Wall
Juul Stops Sales of Fruit, Dessert Flavors of E-Cigarettes, as Number of Lung Illnesses Rise
Sen. Sasse Wants a Vote on Protecting Church Tax-Exemptions
Opioid Epidemic Cost US Economy $631 Billion Over 4 Years, Study Says
Paul Blocks Senate Vote on House-Passed Resolution Criticizing American Withdrawal From Syria
2020 Dems Want to Spend $40 Trillion, but Their Tax Hikes Would Raise Only $4 Trillion
NBA Commissioner Says China Pressured League to Fire Executive Over Hong Kong Tweet