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Microsoft Profits Fall By Buying Nokia

Microsoft Corp beat forecasts on Tuesday to report a jump of 17 percent of their income, but profits fell 7 percent due to the costs of incorporating the business phone from Nokia to its structure. Shares of the world’s largest software company, which this week hit record highs of 14, rose 0.3 percent in...
Posted On 23 Jul 2014
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Apple Products Use Mexican Gold

The iPhone, iPad or any other Apple device that can be manufactured Mexican gold, according to the report of the first specialized company, which reports the countries and companies that provide minerals for the manufacture of its equipment. In order to prove that any material used in the manufacture of its...
Posted On 27 Jun 2014
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ATT Agrees To Buy Directv

The mega phone AT & T bought the company TV services, DirecTV. Would you benefit from this? The telecommunications company ATT announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire the company DirecTV in a deal worth about 49 billion dollars, which will create a giant pay-TV operation. “It’s a...
Posted On 23 May 2014
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Washington Imposes A Record Fine On General Motors

By late call for review of vehicle U.S. authorities applied a fine of $ 35 million to General Motors for being slow to call revision equipped vehicles with a defective part, said an official statement. It is a record fine for such cases indicates Agence France Press. Since the beginning of the year, the...
Posted On 19 May 2014
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Starbucks Expands In Latin America

Look at Colombia, Bolivia and Panama Starbucks on Wednesday announced its expansion into Latin America, some of which are known for coffee production. The Seattle-based company said it will open its first coffee in Colombia by mid-year through an agreement with Alsea and Nutresa Group. The joint venture plans to...
Posted On 16 May 2014
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Alibaba Seeks To Raise 1,000 Million On Wall Street

Public offering of shares Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, is looking to raise at least 1,000 million in the public offering of the sale of shares in the United States. The figure, however, could be modified depending on investor interest is generated. Today, the company he founded 15 years ago Jack Ma, is now...
Posted On 13 May 2014
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Nokia Will Invest $ 100 Million In Technology For Smart Cars

Nokia The Finnish company now will focus on investing in fields other than telephony. Following the sale of its mobile telephony to Microsoft, the Finnish company is now turning its attention to a sector that is showing many opportunities due to the rapid changes taking place: smart cars. Nokia Growth Partners,...
Posted On 06 May 2014
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The Identity Crisis Of Mcdonald’s

The burger giant wants to return to his roots McDonald’s earnings fell 5.2 percent corresponding to the first three months of 2014, plus it reported a 1.7% drop in sales at U.S. stores. Perhaps these are the reasons that have led to Don Thompson, chief executive of the company, with the intention of getting...
Posted On 04 May 2014
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Twitter Recorded A Loss Of 132 Million While The Number Of Users Grows

Lost money but gained Twitter users. Twitter announced a loss of $ 132 million in the first quarter, while revenue more than doubled and the number of users grew strongly up to 255 million. The company said revenues grew by 119% over the same period last year, to $ 250 million, and the number of active users...
Posted On 02 May 2014
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