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Maruti Suzuki Ignis launch on Jan 13: Key things to know
Maruti Suzuki Ignis launch on Jan 13: Key things to know

The car is expected to be priced in a range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7 lakh.

2017 Detroit auto show: Key facts
2017 Detroit auto show: Key facts

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is an annual auto show held in Detroit, Michigan, usually in the month of January.

Iceland`s `Pirates` eye power in snap vote after Panama Papers scandal

Voters are expected to punish the incumbent coalition after the Panama Papers revealed a global tax evasion scandal that ensnared several senior politicians and forced former prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson to resign.

Apple iPhone sales fall but beat estimates; shares slip
Apple iPhone sales fall but beat estimates; shares slip

The world`s most valuable publicly traded company said on Tuesday it sold 45.51 million iPhones in the three months ended Sept. 24, beating the average analysts` estimate of 44.8 million, according to research firm FactSet StreetAccount.

Gold near three-week high on dollar retreat, Indian festival demand
Gold near three-week high on dollar retreat, Indian festival demand

The U.S. dollar slipped from a nearly eight-month high against the euro and a roughly three-month peak against the Japanese yen after comments from Bank of England Governor Mark Carney dampened expectations for more monetary stimulus in Europe. 

US slaps steep duties on Canadian, Chinese machine parts

The department said that iron transfer drive components -- machinery parts like pulleys, sheaves and flywheels -- from Canadian and Chinese companies were sold on the US market at a fraction of the real price.

Bharat Bandh: Nationwide trade union strike to hit banking, public transport today
Bharat Bandh: Nationwide trade union strike to hit banking, public transport today

The CTUs have accused the government of apathy towards their 12-point charter of demands including a monthly minimum wage of Rs 18,000.

Google executive quits self-driving car project

Chris Urmson, who was instrumental in building Google`s self-driving car project, is leaving the team after seven and a half years.

Pokemon Go creator wants more tie ups like McDonald's Japan

he creator of mobile gaming phenomenon Pokemon Go is exploring more sponsorships by companies that want to attract character-hunting players to their businesses.

Alibaba says it is not making an investment in Netflix

Alibaba Group Holding Inc is not making an investment in Netflix Inc.

LeEco's Super3 TVs can be Potential Game Changers in India

 LeEco the global internet and ecosystem conglomerate plans to completely shake up the TV market through their recently launched SuperTVs.

Wall Street flat as investors look to jobs data

Wall Street stocks ended little changed on Thursday as investors kept to the sidelines ahead of Friday`s U.S. payrolls.

Higher oil prices, jobs data boost US stocks

Wall Street stocks rose Wednesday following solid US hiring data and a rise in oil prices.

U.S. crude oil remains below $40 as oversupply still weighs

Oil prices edged up early on Wednesday, supported by a weaker dollar.

Yen strengthens as Japan announces stimulus

The Japanese yen rose slightly against the dollar and the euro on Tuesday.

Wall Street slips as car sales dent economic hopes

Stocks fell Tuesday on Wall Street.

Oil weakness hits Dow; Nasdaq rises

Petroleum-linked shares tumbled Monday on lower oil prices, while gains by Apple and other technology shares lifted the Nasdaq.

Indian innovator selected for international funding

An Indian company is among 12 global innovators who will receive millions in funding from the US and its partners for their promising ideas to save lives at birth in developing countries.

Tata Steel pauses sale of UK assets on Brexit uncertainty, looks for partner

The firm said on Friday the June 23 referendum, when Britons voted to leave the European Union, and issues around the pension scheme had prompted a rethink.

Britain set for post-Brexit trade talks with India

Javid added that the government, which will soon be led by a new prime minister after the post-Brexit vote resignation of David Cameron, plans to have up to 300 specialist staff by the end of the year to aid in the new trade negotiations.

Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks open higher after sell-off

 Hong Kong stocks climbed more than one percent in the first few minutes of trade Friday.

Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks down at open

Shares fell in Hong Kong and Shanghai after the open on Thursday following the previous day`s gains. 

US Federal Reserve keeps interest rates unchanged

The US Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday.

LinkedIn mega-deal puts new focus on social media

After the mega-deal for LinkedIn, Twitter`s future has come into focus as the industry ponders the outlook for social networks.

Cote D'Ivoirie seeks India's investment in cocoa processing

Cote D'Ivoirie today sought investment from India's private sector particularly in cocoa processing to further strengthen its trade ties with India.

Dollar edges higher vs euro as central banks weigh policy

The dollar pushed higher on the euro and the yen was stronger.

Banks hit as Wall Street sinks amid Brexit worries

Wall Street tumbled a fourth straight day Tuesday as mounting worries over Britain`s coming Brexit vote hit especially shares of big banks.

Apple announces Swift Playgrounds for iPad

Apple at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on Monday announced Swift Playgrounds for iPad.

Leaner Xbox One model plays for gamers

Microsoft on Monday unveiled a leaner Xbox One model and a lineup of coming games.

Microsoft shifts to social with huge LinkedIn deal

Microsoft on Monday shifted its focus to social networking with a massive $26.2 billion deal for professional social network LinkedIn.