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The Royal Bank of Scotland on Thursday announced that its chairman, Philip Hampton, would step down from its board a year from now and …

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Japanese conglomerate, Mitsubishi Corp., proposed a $1.4 billion bid to buy Norwegian fishery Cermaq in a strategic move to expand its food business. The …

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Europe’s largest engineering conglomerate, Siemens has agreed to acquire Houston-based Dresser-Rand in a $7.6bn (£4.6bn) transaction which will help the German electronics giant to …

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China has fined British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline $491.5 million after a Chinese court found its subsidiary in the country guilty of bribing non-government staff. …

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The PC industry has been affected severely with the advent of tablets and smartphones in recent years. It’s not just PC that we’re talking …

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Blue Origin, private spaceflight company backed by e-commerce retail billionaire Jeff Bezos, has entered into a partnership with a Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture to …

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Morgan Stanley, one of the most prominent supporters of electric luxury car maker, Tesla Motors Inc., has issued a cautious report sending its shares …

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In a world first, a 3D printed car took its first spin during the weekend after being created live in front of spectators at …

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China’s industrial output rose to its weakest pace since the 2008 global financial crisis and fixed-asset investment growth trailed projections, adding to the confirmation …

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The U.S. employments market, which has been having some fantastic luck, hit a pace knock in August, getting numerous economists off guard. The Labor …

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Shipments for U.S. factory goods shot up by a record sum in July, indicating a boost in demand amongst the unpredictable class of commercial …

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Tesla Motors Inc. is planning to pick a site in Nevada for it’s proposed up to $5 billion battery manufacturing plant and could release …

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Toyota, world’s largest carmaker announced on Sept. 1 that it has selected the suburb of Plano in Dallas, Texas to move its headquarters from …

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China’s manufacturing growth has slouched more than estimated in August, due to feeble global demand and stagnation in domestic investment. The government’s Purchasing Managers’ …

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American multinational clothing and accessories retailer Gap Inc has raised its full-year profit forecast; a move stemmed from its strong sales of its lower-priced …

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General Motors Co is seeking to have a New York Court handle the lawsuits that were filed by customers affected in its ignition-switch defect …

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Despite our smartphones offering us a plethora of features, one thing people can’t normally do on the go: printing. Well all those problems could …

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In a bid to make organic food affordable to customers, nation’s largest retailer Wal-Mart is trying to re-launch its organic food items at up …

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