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26 July 2016, 21:32

BlackBerry Launches Its Second Android-Powered Phone

Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 26 July 2016 By Ben Dummett BlackBerry Ltd. unveiled a second Android-powered phone on Tuesday, doubling down on efforts to revive its struggling handset business even as its ...
ADVFN India, 27 min(s) ago
Also from: IT News Online, HT Syndication and 5 other sources

eDiscovery Market: North America to Remain the Most Lucrative Region

Global eDiscovery market revenues are expected to witness a year-over-year growth rate of 15.0% in 2016 and reach US$ 8,315.1 Mn in revenues. Rising litigation cases and expanding end-uses of eDiscovery software & services will continue to fuel the ...
IT News Online, 29 min(s) ago
Also from: IT News Online, BizWire Express and 2 other sources

Indian benchmark indices close lower on Tuesday

Mumbai, Jul 26 (IBNS): Profit-booking by investors and caution over the state ministers' meet over the presentation of the GST Bill in the Parliament pulled down the benchmark indices, with Sensex down 118.82 points to 27976.52 and Nifty down 45 ...
India Blooms, 38 min(s) ago
Also from: Yahoo! India, Sify

Myntra's Jabong acquisition will boost Flipkart in more ways than one

Flipkart has acquired Jabong through Myntra at around $70 million. It has trumped potential competition from several firms, including Snapdeal, Future Group, Aditya Birla Group and Amazon. This move might preserve the Indian e-commerce player's ...
Business Insider India, 41 min(s) ago
Also from: People Matters, Financial Express and 11 other sources

New banking entrants to help improve credit culture: RBI

Mumbai, Jul 26 () Reserve Bank's newly appointed deputy governor N S Vishwanathan today said the entry of new players in banking space should improve the credit culture. "Competition is very important... We have licenced 11 payments banks, 10 small ...
Times of India, 46 min(s) ago
Also from: Reserve Bank of India, Capital Market and 1 other source

TCS, Infosys in Forbes 'Super 50' list; Tata Motors, HUL dropped

Software majors TCS and Infosys, pharma giants Sun Pharma and Lupin and private sector lenders HDFC Bank and Axis Bank feature in Forbes India's Super 50 List this year, while biggies like Tata Motors and HUL have been dropped. The list, in its ...
Business Standard India, 59 min(s) ago
Also from: Business Today India, Smart Investor and 1 other source

Maruti Suzuki stock falls 1.44% post June qtr earnings

The Maruti Suzuki stock closed lower on Tuesday after the country's largest car maker posted a 23 per cent rise in net profit on the back of material cost reduction and higher non-operating income. The Maruti Suzuki stock closed 1.44 per cent or ...
Business Today India, 1 hour(s) ago
Also from: Reuters India, SME Times and 14 other sources

June air passenger traffic up 21%

New Delhi, July 26 (IANS) Domestic air passenger traffic rose 20.81 per cent in June to 79.75 lakh from 66.01 lakh registered during the corresponding month of last year, official data showed on Tuesday. During May, the air passenger traffic had ...
Yahoo! India, 47 min(s) ago
Also from: Business Standard India, Moneycontrol.com and 1 other source

Divided Fed meets on US interest rates

(AFP) - The US Federal Reserve opened a two-day meeting on interest rates in Washington Tuesday as policy makers appeared divided over the dangers facing the world's largest economy. Observers said the Fed was almost certain to maintain rates at ...
Times of India, 50 min(s) ago
Also from: Yahoo! India

Excise mop up from Mumbai soars 36% to Rs 15,729 crore in Q1

MUMBAI: Central excise collection from the Mumbai Zone jumped 36 per cent to Rs 15,729 crore in the first quarter of 2016-17 from Rs 11,551 crore a year ago, a senior official said today. "Both the zones put together (Mumbai is divided into two ...
Economic Times, 59 min(s) ago
Also from: Business Standard India, Smart Investor and 1 other source

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