Chinese cousins help reduce 71% of Moto sales
“Motorola lost in the sales channel strategy,” said Counterpoint Technology Market Research associate director Tarun Pathak. “Realme gave a strong competition in the online segment, especially in sub $200 (Rs 14,000) segment where Motorola had its strength. Apart from this, their organisation restructuring also had an impact,” he said.
Investors press exit button; withdraw money from gold ETFs in Oct to book profit
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US states step up Google scrutiny over antitrust issues
The officials met privately in Denver with outside experts with the goal of gaining a...
Viacom18 launches subscription VOD service for kids
Priced at Rs 99 per month and Rs 799 per year, the service is first subscription service from the broadcast network. Certified by Early Childhood Association (ECA), VOOT Kids will be available to download on iOS and Android Play Store.
Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home
In eastern Gaza, the Israeli strike killed Bahaa Abu el-Atta and his wife, setting off a furious barrage of rocket attacks reaching as far as the Tel Aviv heartland as Islamic Jihad vowed further revenge. The Israeli military says Abu el-Atta was the mastermind of recent attacks against it.
EOW arrests two auditors in connection with PMC Bank scam
The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) on Monday arrested two auditors in connection with PMC Bank scam and will produce them in Court today seeking their police remand.
China's Jingye forges rescue deal for British Steel
Jingye added separately that it would invest 1.2 billion pounds(USD 1.5 billion, 1.4 billion euros) over the next decade to place the business, which collapsed in May, on a competitive and sustainable footing. Jingye will purchase British Steel's sprawling steelworks at Scunthorpe, northern England, as well as its other UK mills. Some 5,000 people are employed by British Steel.
BJP slams Congress over National Herald article on Ayodhya verdict
The party's attack came even as National Herald, run by Associated Journals Limited (AJL) that is managed by senior Congress leaders, pulled down the article from its website. The newspaper, however, did not react to the BJP's criticism.
SEIS ambit may be widened; sops likely for animation, VFX
Launched in 2015, Service Exports from India Scheme is an incentive scheme that offers reward at 5% or 7% of net foreign exchange earned and covers service providers located in India.
In honour of every struggle: Shakira, Jennifer Lopez to celebrate Latin culture at 2020 Super Bowl
Shakira will be turning 43 on the day of the Super Bowl, that is, February 2.
Germany's Merkel likely to press for FTA in talks with Indian PM Modi
Merkel, accompanied by several Cabinet colleagues and a business delegation, began talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that are expected to touch on trade, investment, regional security and climate change. Germany is India's largest trading partner in Europe and more than 1,700 German companies operate in the country.
Google gives a tech twist to art, unveils first-ever digitised range of paintings
The aim is to expose the world to Puerto Rico art and preserve it.
CAIT refuses to work with online marketplaces to help Kiranas
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on Friday said it was unwilling to work with ecommerce marketplaces Flipkart and Amazon to develop small offline traders.
Hidden in plain sight: Masterpiece that hung in French woman's kitchen for years sells for $26.6 mn
The painting is said to be by the 13th-century Italian painter Cimabue.
SC verdict on Ayodhya highlights 'truth and justice', says Mohan Bhagwat
Welcoming the unanimous decision of the five-judge apex court bench, Bhagwat said everybody should now forget the dispute, which had continued for many decades, and work together to build a Ram temple. "We wanted the issue to end, this has happened. All sides (of the case) were evaluated and truth and justice have been highlighted," he told reporters.
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