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<strong>Apple</strong> plans aggressive expansion, likely to hire dedicated sales force for potential clients

Apple plans aggressive expansion, likely to hire dedicated sales force for potential clients

11 Nov 2014

Apple Inc is embarking on its most aggressive expansion yet onto corporate turf, hiring a dedicated sales force to talk with potential clients like Citigroup Inc and working in concert with a dozen or so developers, two sources familiar with its plans say.

Apple Inc,   Apple expansion,   Apple hiring,   Aplle jobs,   Apple sales,   Apple clients ,  
Modi calls for <strong>global</strong> strategy to tackle terrorism

Modi calls for global strategy to tackle terrorism

18 Nov 2014

Canberra: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said a comprehensive global strategy and a resolve to isolate 'those who harbour terrorists' was needed to fight terrorism that is changing in character and expanding its reach.

global strategy,   terrorism,   Narendra Modi,   fight terrorism,   Australian Parliament,   bilateral security cooperation,   Tony Abbott,  
Indian employees more engaged than their <strong>global</strong> peers: Report

Indian employees more engaged than their global peers: Report

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian employees are more engaged than their global counterparts but still 54 percent of them remain somewhat dissatisfied in their jobs signaling an urgent need for companies to take proactive steps, says a report.

Indian employees,   global peers,   India,   job satisfaction,   Dale Carnegie Training,   Pallavi Jha,  
India has over 14 million people trapped in slavery: Survey

India has over 14 million people trapped in slavery: Survey

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has nearly 14.3 million people, including children, "trapped" in modern-day slavery, ranking fifth in a list of countries brought out by the Global Slavery Index 2014, followed by Pakistan and with Mauritania topping the list.

Slavery in India,   Slavery,   global slavery,   enslaved people,  
<strong>Setback</strong> to non-state marketeers: Domestic LPG cannot be sold

Setback to non-state marketeers: Domestic LPG cannot be sold

10 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a setback to non-state Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) marketeers, the government's top law officer has ruled that all domestically produced cooking gas should necessarily be sold to PSUs for subsidised sale to consumers.

Domestic LPG,   cooking gas,   gas cylinders,   subsidised cylinder,   Ranjit Kumar,   sale,  
<strong>Global</strong> warming to increase lightning strikes: study

Global warming to increase lightning strikes: study

16 Nov 2014

Washington: Global warming will lead to a 50 per cent increase in lightning strikes across the US during this century, according to a new study.

Global Warming,   University of California,   Lightning Strikes,  Global Average Temperature,  
Outlook for <strong>global</strong> base metals industry remains stable: Moody's

Outlook for global base metals industry remains stable: Moody's

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Moody's Investors Service forecast a stable outlook for the global base metals industry. "The outlook for the global base metals industry remains stable. Copper, nickel and zinc are expected to trade within the price ranges seen this year over the next 12 to 18 months, while aluminium could exceed 2014 trading ranges," it said in a report.

global base metals industry,   Moody's,   investors service,   investment,   banking,  
  India seeks representation in export control regimes

India seeks representation in export control regimes

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Demanding an early acceptance to its bid for membership to the export control regimes including the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India on Friday said its representation will be mutually beneficial given the common non-proliferation objectives and the contributions that Indian industry can make to the global economy.

India,   NSG,   Nuclear Suppliers Group,   Global Economy,   Foreign Secretary,   Sujata Singh,  
LG, Google strike <strong>patent</strong>-sharing deal

LG, Google strike patent-sharing deal

05 Nov 2014

Seoul: LG Electronics on Wednesday said it had signed a long-term cross-licence deal with Google as the South Korean firm tries to expand its smartphone business.

LG Electronics,   Google Inc,   Licence deal,   Smartphone business,   LG Google deal,  
Connaught Place <strong>gets</strong> public Wi-Fi

Connaught Place gets public Wi-Fi

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In consonance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Digital India' project, the New Delhi Municipal Council launched Wi-Fi services in Connaught Place, the business hub of the capital.

Digital India,   Free Wi-Fi,   Wi-Fi services,   Connaught Place,   Free internet,  

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