Business & Technology

SunTrust and BB&T’s Merged Bank To be Called Truist Bank

Over the year, plenty of banks in the United States and the world have joined hands to create megabanks, in order to create enormous economies of scale. In this regard,…

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Naresh Goyal To Invest Rs 250 Crore Of His Own Fund In Jet Airways

Naresh Goyal who was forced to quit the Jet Airways as a Chairman in March which he founded 20 years ago along with his wife Neeru Goyal has decided to…

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AstraZeneca Partners With Daiichi Sankyo in $6.9 Billion Deal to Develop and Sell Cancer Drug

British pharma giant AstraZeneca has signed a deal with Japanese drug manufacturer Daiichi Sankyo in order to develop and also market trastuzumab deruxtecan, a cancer drug. The deal will, however,…

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Huawei should be ‘Interoperable’ in Europe, says AT&T CEO

Huawei has been in the crosshairs of the United States authorities for the past few months, and it also led to the ban on the Chinese tech giant’s telecommunication equipment…

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Hong Kong Launches New Era of Banking with Online only Banking License to StanChart

For the past few decades, Hong Kong has become the pioneer as far as financial innovation is concerned, and the Asian financial hub has taken another step with the issuance…

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Merck Launches $5.9 Billion Hostile Takeover of Versum

In a move that might come as a surprise for many, the German pharmaceutical giant Merck KGaA has decided to further increase its hold over the semiconductor market and started…

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Uber To Announce $3 Billion Deal With Careem This Week

Uber Technologies Inc is all set to offer a deal for around $3 billion for Careem Networks FZ, its Dubai based rival. According to sources, Uber’s offer will probably be…

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New York Times Not To Be Part of Apple’s News Service

On Monday Apple Inc will be launching a new paid entertainment and digital news service. Although the company is trying to capture market from the streaming video leader Netflix Inc,…

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Google Fined $1.7 Billion By EU

Alphabet Inc unit Google has been fined $1.7 billion (1.49 billion euros) on Wednesday. This is the company’s third-largest European union antitrust penalty in the last two years. It marks…

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Labour Crunch Puts Japan’s 24*7 Stores in Danger

Labour shortage has been an issue in Japan for quite some time now, and it seems that the nation’s ever-expanding 24*7 convenience store industry has found itself on the wrong…

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