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In Harvey Aftermath with Irma Incoming, Small Businesses Must Focus on Survival

Businesses along the Gulf Coast are still in the midst of recovery efforts after Harvey. But another storm is already poised to have a similar impact on residents and businesses in Florida. For the businesses that have been impacted by Harvey or are potentially facing effects from Irma, the first priority as the storm passes becomes survival. But bringing your Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review

HIGHLIGHTS There is only one variant with Wi-Fi and 4G connectivity The S-Pen is included in the price and is integrated into the Samsung UI The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has average cameras and battery life Samsung was the one of the first companies to release an Android tablet, back when the iPad was brand new and exciting. The Korean Read More

Amazon Launches Its Largest Fulfilment Centre in India, in Hyderabad

HIGHLIGHTS Amazon’s new centre in Hyderabad covers over 400,000 sq ft It is the 5th fulfilment center in Telangana & the largest in the country Amazon has a storage capacity up to 3.3 million cubic feet in Telangana E-commerce giant Amazon Thursday announced the opening its largest fulfilment centre in the country in Hyderabad. Located at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, the Read More

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Minister’s threat of fines ‘not enough’ to curb university salaries

The vice-chancellor of Oxford University, Prof Louise Richardson, compared her pay with that of bankers. Photograph: David Hartley/Rex/Shutterstock Government threats to fine universities that pay their vice-chancellors more than £150,000 without justification have been criticised for not going far enough. The universities minister, Jo Johnson, told the annual conference of Universities UK (UUK) that “leadership and restraint” was needed, and Read More

Buy Future Consumer, Future Lifestyle, MCX India: Ashwani Gujral

Ashwani Gujral of told CNBC-TV18, “One typical theme today is the retail group which is doing very well. Chances are whatever the market does, these stocks should go up. So, Future Consumer is a buy with a stop loss of Rs 56 and target of Rs 68.” “Future Lifestyle is a buy with a stop loss of Rs 384 and target of Read More

Monsanto exits cotton seeds business in India

Monsanto, whose Bt Cotton seeds have dominated cotton cultivation for years, said it remained committed to the Indian market.   NEW DELHI: MonsantoBSE -1.03 % is selling its branded cotton seeds business in India to Hyderabad-based Tierra Agrotech, although the US biotechnology major would remain invested in farming segments such as corn seeds, crop protection, vegetables and Bollgard II technologies. Industry sources said the exit Read More

Males Leading a Sedentary Lifestyle Prefer High-Fat Diet, Suggests Study

HIGHLIGHTS It is not an uncommon sight to see people leading a sedentary lifestyle Males with a sedentary lifestyle tend to prefer high-fat diet The study which was conducted on rats It is not a very uncommon sight to see people leading a sedentary lifestyle but it can led to many serious health conditions like obesity, cardiovascular diseases and more. Read More

Will Congress Continue Health Care For 9 Million Children?

The Children’s Health Insurance Program relies on money from state and federal governments to help subsidize the cost of medical care for some kids not poor enough to qualify for Medicaid. Rebecca Nelson/Getty Images A popular federal-state program that provides health coverage to millions of children in lower- and middle-class families is up for renewal Sept. 30. But with a Read More

This start-up fled the high cost of Silicon Valley to help non-tech workers get an education

Guild Education co-founders Rachel Carlson (CEO) and Brittany Stich. Start-ups typically flock to Silicon Valley to cozy up to venture investors and tap into local tech talent. But Guild Education, which was founded in 2015 at Stanford University, left San Francisco as soon as its founders realized the cost of living and hiring there could hamper the company’s growth. “We have a Read More

Chastened Lawmakers Aim For Small, Bipartisan Health Care Victories

Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., is working with Patty Murray, D-Wash. on a bill to stabilize the health insurance market. After Republicans in the Senate spectacularly failed to deliver on their promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, a smaller group of lawmakers is trying a new approach: bring in the Democrats and aim low. Read More