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Volvo plans $500 million U.S. plant to foster car sales

China-owned Volvo Cars on Monday announced plans to invest about US$500 million to build a new manufacturing facility in the US as part of the company’s ... Read more

McDonald’s unveils Big Mac-themed clothing and lifestyle products in Sweden

McDonald’s lovers have something to cheer about, as the fastfood company has launched its first Big Mac-patterned clothing and homeware range. McDonald’s ... Read more

Apple is reportedly planning to launch iPhone trade-in programme in China with Foxconn

Cupertino, California-based Apple is apparently planning to introduce a trade-in programme for iPhones in China in association with contract manufacturer ... Read more

Kraft, Heinz merger to create one of world’s largest food giant

Kraft Foods Group Inc and Ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co announced Wednesday they are merging to form one of the world’s largest food and beverage companies. ... Read more

Google reportedly creating a new service that allows users receive & pay bills directly from their Gmail accounts

Google is reportedly working on a project that will enable Gmail users receive and pay their bills within their email accounts. According to a report published ... Read more

Lexmark enters agreement to buy business software brand Kofax for $1 billion

Lexmark International, known for its printers, announced Tuesday that it will acquire Kofax, a California-based software developer company, for $1 billion ... Read more

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  • ChemChina seals deal to buy Formula 1 tyre maker Pirelli for $7.7bn

    ChemChina seals deal to buy Formula 1 tyre maker Pirelli for $7.7bn

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  • Spanish lender Banco Sabadell to acquire British bank TSB in £1.7bn deal

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  • Uber

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