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Apple sales boosted by apps and music access_time2017/8/2

-BBC NEWS Technology giant Apple said newer lines of business such as Apple Pay, the App Store and Apple Music helped to drive growth in its third quarter. The services unit was what one analyst described as a "shining light", while sal...

Nokia’s comeback in Nepal access_time2017/8/2

Nokia’s comeback! The exemplary smartphone brand is back in business. Thanks to Finnish startup HMD signing a 10-year deal to stick the Nokia name on smartphones. Nokia appointed Paramount Electronics Pvt. Ltd for distributing Nokia Android Smart...

Mongolian Face on Television Screen of Nepal access_time2017/8/2

Only a few Indigenous Nationalities are in Medias of Nepal. The research has proven that the issues of indigenous nationalities get almost no space in Nepali Media.  However, the number of media persons from the indigenous nationalities community ...

Thomson Reuters' second-quarter profit tops estimates access_time2017/8/1

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO) (TRI.N) on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected adjusted profit and increased its full-year forecast for margins and adjusted earnings per share. The news and information company reported second-qu...

Eurozone economic growth gathering pace access_time2017/8/1

-BBC NEWS The eurozone notched up growth of 0.6% in the second quarter of the year, official Eurostat figures showed. The figure puts annual growth in the 19-country bloc at 2.1% since a year ago. First-quarter growth was revised down slightly...

Shortage of homes keeping prices high, says Nationwide access_time2017/8/1

-BBC NEWS The shortage of homes coming on to the market is helping to keep house prices high, the Nationwide has reported. The building society said that prices increased by 0.3% in July, the second month running there has been a rise. Nationw...

British American Tobacco investigated by Serious Fraud Office access_time2017/8/1

-BBC NEWS UK tobacco firm British American Tobacco (BAT) says it is under official investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) over allegations it paid bribes in East Africa. The allegations were first made in a BBC Panorama programme in...

HSBC profits rise as it prepares for UK ringfence access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS HSBC has reported a rise in its first half profits and announced a share buyback as it prepares to ring-fence its UK retail arm by 2019. Europe's biggest bank reported a 5% rise in pre-tax profit of $10.2bn (£7.8bn) for t...

Eurozone unemployment rate falls to 9.1% access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS  The unemployment rate in the eurozone has fallen to its lowest since February 2009, according to the latest official figures. The rate dropped to 9.1% last month, from a downwardly revised 9.2% in May. Separately, inflation rem...

Flipkart-Snapdeal mega-deal collapses access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS A deal between India's two biggest e-commerce businesses has collapsed. Market leader Flipkart offered $850m (£648m) for rival Snapdeal earlier this month, and the sale had been widely tipped to go through. But Snapdeal sai...

Deloitte's auditing of Mitie faces probe by watchdog access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS Deloitte's auditing of outsourcing firm Mitie Group's accounts is to be probed by the UK's accountancy watchdog. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said its investigation related to Mitie's financial statements f...

Canadian Open: Ian Poulter third as Jhonattan Vegas defends title access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS RBC Canadian Open fourth-round leaderboard -21 J Vegas (Ven), C Hoffman (US); -20 I Poulter (Eng); -19 G Woodland (US); -18 B Hagy (US), T Finau (US), R Garrigus (US); -17 D Johnson (US), K Chappell (US) Selected others:-16 S Power (...

Hearts: Ian Cathro appointment was mistake - Gary Mackay access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS Hearts legend Gary Mackay says it is time the club admitted that appointing Ian Cathro as head coach was a mistake. The 31-year-old, who took over in December 2016, is under increasing pressure after the Jambos were knock...

Cristiano Ronaldo to appear in court on tax charges access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is due to appear in a Spanish court later today, accused of evading millions in tax. Prosecutors allege Ronaldo, reported to be the world's highest paid athlete, has evaded €14.7m ($17.3m; £13...

Leigh Halfpenny: Wales full-back poised to join Scarlets on dual contract access_time2017/7/31

-BBC NEWS Leigh Halfpenny is poised to join Scarlets in a deal partly funded by the Welsh Rugby Union. The Wales and British and Irish Lions full-back is out of contract after spending three seasons with Toulon. According to The Times, the 28-...

Qatar Airways Continues Year Of Growth And Expansion With Launch Of Flights To Canberra access_time2017/7/31

DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Airways continues its growth and expansion plans as it announces the launch of Canberra, Qatar Airways’ fifth Australian destination, in 2018. This launch follows a year of success and announcements from the Worl...

DSLR Vs OPPO access_time2017/7/30

It wasn’t that long ago when people had to use high-end digital cameras, such as DSLRs, to capture professional-quality photographs. However, smartphones have gradually caught up with DSLRs and many of the latest high-end smartphones like the&nbs...

OPPO announced Winners of "OPPO RakshyaBandhan Selfie contest" access_time2017/7/30

Kathmandu - Global smartphone brand OPPO today announced the winners of "OPPO Rakshyabandhan Selfie Contest". OPPO held the contest targeting Nepali festival "Rakshyabandhan" that falls on July 28th of this month. The contest h...

Sky profits sag as football costs rise access_time2017/7/27

-BBC NEWS Higher costs for Premier League rights have hit annual profits at Sky despite a jump in revenues and new customers. The satellite broadcaster said total costs rose by 5%, with the £629m jump in football rights accounting for most ...

Trump takes credit for Foxconn's 'incredible investment' access_time2017/7/27

-BBC NEWS Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn announced plans to invest $10bn (£7.6bn) in a new factory in the US. The plant, to be located in Wisconsin, is expected to make LCD panels and employ 3,000 people initially. President Donal...