The shutdown has ended, yet some small businesses still struggle to move on

The shutdown has ended, yet some small businesses still struggle to move on

The partial government shutdown has come to an end. Yet for small-business owners who are waiting on loans, the clock is still ticking. The government closure shuttered some agencies, including the Small Business Administration, for 35 days. Now that the...
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Infosys yet to start search for next CEO

Infosys yet to start search for next CEO

A little over 72 hours after Vishal Sikka quit as chief executive officer (CEO) of Infosys Ltd, India’s second largest software services firm is yet to officially start the process of finding a successor, amid a broader tussle between the...
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DIPP Says No Decision Yet on Apple’s Demand for Concessions

DIPP Says No Decision Yet on Apple’s Demand for Concessions

The government has not taken a final decision yet on the concessions being sought by US iPhone maker Apple for setting up a manufacturing unit in India, a top official said on Monday. Secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy...
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Karnataka Announces ‘Initial Manufacturing Operations’ of Apple in India but No Deal Yet

Karnataka Announces ‘Initial Manufacturing Operations’ of Apple in India but No Deal Yet

The government of Karnataka said on Thursday it welcomed a proposal from Apple to begin initial manufacturing operations in the state, in a sign the tech company is slowly moving forward with plans to assemble iPhones in the country. “Apple’s...
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iPhone 10 Year Anniversary: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says ‘Best Is Yet to Come’

iPhone 10 Year Anniversary: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says ‘Best Is Yet to Come’

It all started ten years ago when Apple CEO Steve Jobs took centre stage at MacWorld 2007 in San Francisco to introduce the first ever iPhone. 2017 is a big year for Apple as it marks the tenth anniversary of...
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Facebook Pledges Fewer Content Removals, New Criteria as Yet Unclear

Facebook Pledges Fewer Content Removals, New Criteria as Yet Unclear

Facebook will allow more content on its platform that it would have earlier removed because it violated its standards, with new criteria being worked out, a senior executive said on Monday, following a row over the removal of an iconic...
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