Ceres may have 'hidden' ice volcanoes
Washington, Feb 3 (IANS) The dwarf planet Ceres may actually host many "hidden" ice volcanoes, besides the only one discovered recently, a study says.
WeWork plans IPO roadshow as soon as next week
WeWork, which filed to go public last month, is targeting a share sale of about $3.5 billion, ...
WeWork IPO plan in doubt as CEO Neumann exits under pressure
Two senior WeWork executives, Sebastian Gunningham and Artie Minson, were appoin...
Retail tech company Mobisy raises $3.5 million in second round of funding
Launched in 2007, Mobisy enables orders from over 5 mn retail outlets (about a third of India's retail ecosystem) and its goal is to build products that can positively change the lives of various stakeholders of the retail ecosystem.
'This is the uber market': Tech IPOs soar past their FAANG peers
In total, 80 percent of 2018 US tech listings are trading above their respective IPO prices.
Talking stocks: Add South Indian Bank, sell Apex Frozen Foods
Hold Avanti with a short-term target price of around Rs 510.
Mars to lose its largest moon, Phobos, but gain a ring
The resulting rubble from Phobos - rocks of various sizes and a lot of dust - would continue to orbit Mars and quickly distribute themselves around the planet in a ring.
NASA probe beams sharpest ever images of Pluto
Mission scientists expect more imagery from this set over the next several days, showing even more terrain at this highest resolution.
Pavers to invest $ 15 mn in 2011, hike sourcing from India
UK-based premium footwear firm Pavers England Ltd today said it will invest $ 15 million (nearly Rs 70 crore) next year to expand operations in India, while also looking to step up global sourcing from here.
Time to do an encore for Jyothy Labs and Paras pharma
The world celebrated the rise of the Nirmas and the Gharis, now it's time to do an encore for Jyothy Labs and Paras.
Admen debate next target of global conglomerates
The US-based global ad agency conglomerate, the $6.2-billion Inter Public Group’s (IPG) recent buy of Lintas’ majority stake to gain full control of Lowe India, one of the country’s biggest agencies, has reopened the independent-versus-conglomerate debate in the Rs 16,300-crore Indian ad industry.
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