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New explosion in Jakarta not a bomb, but burst tyre - police | Reuters

Jan 15, 2016

New explosion in Jakarta not a bomb, but burst tyre - police | Reuters

JAKARTA An explosion heard in central Jakarta near the area of a militant attack earlier on Thursday was believed to be a tyre bursting and not another bomb, police said on Thursday. "There was the sound of an explosion, suspected to be from a truck tyre. But we don't want to underestimate anything #science #Europe #Africa #author #Consumer
North Korea nuclear test draws threat of sanctions, despite H-bomb doubts | Reuters

Jan 07, 2016

North Korea nuclear test draws threat of sanctions, despite H-bomb doubts | Reuters

SEOUL/WASHINGTON North Korea said it successfully tested a nuclear bomb on Wednesday, drawing threats of further sanctions even though the United States and weapons experts voiced doubts the device was as advanced as the isolated nation claimed. The underground explosion triggered U.S #United States #Europe #markets #Korea #North Korea #Consumer
U.N. council plans emergency meeting on reported North Korea nuclear test | Reuters

Jan 07, 2016

U.N. council plans emergency meeting on reported North Korea nuclear test | Reuters

UNITED NATIONS The U.N. Security Council is planning to hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday to discuss North Korea's reported test of a hydrogen bomb, the U.S. mission to the United Nations said. #Business #Europe #South Korea #markets #North Korea #Consumer #events
Bye-bye 4Ps, Hello 4Es: Four ways in which marketing has changed in this century

Dec 31, 2015

Bye-bye 4Ps, Hello 4Es: Four ways in which marketing has changed in this century

Philip Kotler said, "Marketing is the action or process which helps the consumer satisfy her demand at an appropriate exchange value." So now has this changed in the last 15 years? #ConnectTheDots #Advertising #Branding #Marketing #Positioning #Consumer #Product #Placement #Philip Kotler #FRewind
Election brings hope, fear for Myanmar refugees stuck in limbo | Reuters

Nov 03, 2015

Election brings hope, fear for Myanmar refugees stuck in limbo | Reuters

MAE SOT, Thailand For refugees from Myanmar living in camps just across the border in Thailand, a landmark election in their homeland triggers mixed emotions - hope that a hated government will be defeated, and fear of the uncertain future such an upheaval might bring. #Business #science #Europe #markets #Election #Consumer
More Maggi woes: Govt set to file complaint against Nestle over misleading ads

Aug 11, 2015

More Maggi woes: Govt set to file complaint against Nestle over misleading ads

According to sources, the complaint is to be filed on the basis of unfair trade practices and misleading advertisements and the government may seek financial penalties among other actions. #NewsTracker #Law #Nestle #Government #Maggi #Consumer
Magnitude 5.1 quake hits close to Pakistan's Islamabad - USGS | Reuters

Jul 25, 2015

Magnitude 5.1 quake hits close to Pakistan's Islamabad - USGS | Reuters

A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck very close to Pakistan's capital of Islamabad, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said on Friday. #Politics #India #science #Earthquakes #publishing #author #Consumer
Internet of Things - An Indian Perspective

Jan 21, 2015

Internet of Things - An Indian Perspective

Due to various challenges, consumer IoT adoption would be slow in India. Some of these IoT adoptions challenges (data security, lack of standardisation, data ownership issues, ROI, etc.) are really not unique to India. #India #Consumer #commercial #Internet Of Things #IoT
Enterprise 3D printing to see mainstream adoption by 2019: Gartner

Aug 19, 2014

Enterprise 3D printing to see mainstream adoption by 2019: Gartner

In two to five years, there will be greater adoption of enterprise 3D printing, nurtured in part by the continued acceptance and use of 3D print creation software, 3D scanners and 3D printing service bureaus. #Gartner #3D printing #enterprise #Consumer