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Facebook, <strong>Apple</strong> to pay female employees to freeze their eggs

Facebook, Apple to pay female employees to freeze their eggs

15 Oct 2014

New York: In efforts aimed at retaining and encouraging female talent, Silicon Valley giants Facebook and Apple will pay for employees to freeze their eggs, a move that some say could also be a ploy to entice women to "sell their souls to their employer".

Female employees,   Women employees,   Silicon Valley,   Facebook,   Apple,   Facebook employees,   Apple Inc.,   Female eggs,  
U2's Bono says 'Oops, sorry' for iTunes album download

U2's Bono says 'Oops, sorry' for iTunes album download

16 Oct 2014

LONDON: U2 lead singer Bono apologised on Wednesday to iTunes users who objected to receiving an automatic download of the Irish rock group's latest album in September in conjunction with the launch of new Apple iPhones.

U2,   U2 lead singer,   Bono,   iTunes,   Automatic download,   U2 album,   Apple iPhone,   Apple Inc,   Song download,  
<strong>Apple</strong> ships 55000 iPhones for Thursday night’s launch in India

Apple ships 55000 iPhones for Thursday night’s launch in India

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Apple is shipping 50,000-55,000 units of its new iPhones to India in its first phase to ensure there is adequate supplies for Thursday midnight's launch in India.

Apple,   55000 iPhones,   launch,   India,   Apple iPhones,   iPhone plus,   iPhone 6,  
Gold, silver extend gains on seasonal buying <strong>global</strong> cues

Gold, silver extend gains on seasonal buying global cues

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold continued its rising streak for the third day and rose by Rs 20 to Rs 27,860 per ten grams in the national capital on Friday on festive season demand from jewellers and retailers amid a firming global trend.

Gold,   silver,   seasonal buying,   global cues,   market,   gold value,   gold price,  
US Court tosses USD 368 million <strong>patent</strong> case verdict against <strong>Apple</strong>

US Court tosses USD 368 million patent case verdict against Apple

17 Sep 2014

San Francisco: A federal appeals court tossed out a USD 368 million verdict against Apple, ruling that jurors were given evidence that may have skewed the sum.

Apple Inc,   Apple patents,   Patent wars,   patent rules,   US court,   VirnetX,   Science Applications,  
Japan lawmakers to visit controversial <strong>war</strong> shrine

Japan lawmakers to visit controversial war shrine

14 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Dozens of Japanese politicians, possibly including Cabinet Ministers, are poised to visit a Tokyo shrine condemned by China and Korea as a symbol of Tokyo's militarist past, as it begins its autumn festival this week.

Japan,   Lawmakers,   Japan politicians,   War shrine,   Yasukuni Shrine,   WWII,  
Gold, silver surge on festive demand <strong>global</strong> cues

Gold, silver surge on festive demand global cues

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold prices rose further by Rs 190 to Rs 27,840 per ten grams in the national capital on Thursday on sustained buying by jewellers and retailers amid festive season demand and weakening rupee.

Gold,   silver,   festive demand,   gold value,   gold demand,   market,   Asian market,   ,  
Sunny Leone, Ram Kapoor starrer film 'Patel Rap' <strong>gets</strong> delayed

Sunny Leone, Ram Kapoor starrer film 'Patel Rap' gets delayed

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Ram Kapoor could not conceal his excitement when he was teamed up with Sunny Leone for Devang Dholakia’s comedy, Patel Rap.

Sunny Leone,   Patel Rap,   Ram Kapoor,   Devang Dholakia,   comedy film,  
Sensex rebounds 71 points in morning trade on <strong>global</strong> cues

Sensex rebounds 71 points in morning trade on global cues

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: After two sessions of losses, the benchmark BSE Sensex recovered by over 71 points to regain the 26,000-mark in morning trade on Friday on emergence of buying by funds and retail investors amid a firming trend in other Asian markets.

Sensex,   trade,   global cues,   market,   Asian market,   stocks,  
Deepika Padukone <strong>gets</strong> her father to act

Deepika Padukone gets her father to act

16 Oct 2014

Mumbai: This Bollywood diva may have never considered following in the footsteps of her father and India’s first badminton star, Prakash Padukone, but has managed to make him experience a slice of her craft.

Deepika Padukone,   Prakash Padukone,   Deepika Padukone print ad,   Sonam Kapoor,   Salman Khan,  

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