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Twitter shuts Vine and axes 9 percent workforce
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Twitter shuts Vine and axes 9 percent workforce

Twitter Inc said Thursday it would cut 9 percent of its global workforce to keep costs down even as quarterly results eclipsed Wall Street's beaten-down expectations, lifting shares that had fallen after a failed effort to sell the company.

Potential class action lawsuit against Samsung in US over exploding Note 7
News & Analysis

Potential class action lawsuit against Samsung in US over exploding Note 7

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's U.S. unit is facing a proposed class action lawsuit from three Galaxy Note 7 customers, according to a filing in a federal court in Newark, New Jersey.

Samsung to lose $3 billion operating profit after discontinuing Note 7
News & Analysis

Samsung to lose $3 billion operating profit after discontinuing Note 7

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Friday said it expects to take a hit to its operating profit of about $3 billion over the next two quarters due to the discontinuation of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.

According to EMC, data loss in 1 year resulted in $1 million loss for indian businesses
Biztech

According to EMC, data loss in 1 year resulted in $1 million loss for indian businesses

Indian businesses lost over $1 million from data loss and downtime in the last 12 months, a survey by EMC Corporation -- the world's largest data storage multinational -- revealed on Tuesday.

Twitter disappoints investors as user growth hits wall
News & Analysis

Twitter disappoints investors as user growth hits wall

Twitter Inc reported its first quarter with no growth in users since it went public, stoking fresh concerns on how long it will take for the company to reverse the trend.

Amazon India sees six-fold jump in sales but net loss widens to Rs 1,724 crore: Reports
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Amazon India sees six-fold jump in sales but net loss widens to Rs 1,724 crore: Reports

Amazon Inc's net loss has gone up to Rs. 1,724 crore for its India business in the year ended March 2015

Frankly speaking: Shashi Tharoor opens up on true love, Sunanda's investigation and being a Macaulayputra
India

Frankly speaking: Shashi Tharoor opens up on true love, Sunanda's investigation and being a Macaulayputra

Here are some of the most memorable moments from the Firstpost Salon with Shashi Tharoor.

Pellegrini maintains he is under no threat at Man City despite defeat
Sports

Pellegrini maintains he is under no threat at Man City despite defeat

Manuel Pellegrini insists he feels no pressure to keep his job as Manchester City manager but that won't stop speculation that his time in the job will end this season following their elimination from the Champions League on Wednesday.

Somdev disappointed with back-to-back Chennai Open losses
Sports

Somdev disappointed with back-to-back Chennai Open losses

Expressing disappointment over his first round loss in the ATP Chennai Open tennis tournament here, India's top singles player Somdev Devvarman has said he is focussed on getting back in the top 100 and has better tennis in him than what he showcased today.

Boxing Day Test: India look to avoid seventh straight loss on Australian soil
First Cricket News

Boxing Day Test: India look to avoid seventh straight loss on Australian soil

India need to draw on their reserves of pride and motivation to avoid a seventh straight test loss.

SpiceJet board meet today: Will Marans pump in more money into airline?
Corporate

SpiceJet board meet today: Will Marans pump in more money into airline?

Will the promoters, the Marans, decide to pump in more money into the cash-strapped airline? Or will they announce the status of talks with any potential investor? Because if neither decision is taken, then it only means the Marans will let the airline struggle with mounting dues, exhortations from multiple lenders and dwindling prospects of any revival.

Still flying overseas, haven't taken any shortcuts on safety, says SpiceJet
Corporate

Still flying overseas, haven't taken any shortcuts on safety, says SpiceJet

The airline's comments camea day after civil aviation minister A Gajapathi Raju spoke about about the heightened surveillance of SpiceJet flights by theDGCA on account ofof safety concerns.<br />

Flying away: SpiceJet's pilots exit, flock to other airlines for jobs
Corporate

Flying away: SpiceJet's pilots exit, flock to other airlines for jobs

As many as 54 SpiceJet pilots of the over 125 pilots who have quit the airline have already applied for a jobs in the two major airlines -- Jet Airways and IndiGo.

SpiceJet's woes mount: AAI tells airline to put cash upfront for using airports
Corporate

SpiceJet's woes mount: AAI tells airline to put cash upfront for using airports

For SpiceJet , it couldn't have come at a worse time as it has been forced to cancel flights due to a shortage of aircraft and is in urgent need of a capital infusion to stay afloat.<br />

SpiceJet delays salaries due to 'technical reasons', but promises it's the last time
Corporate

SpiceJet delays salaries due to 'technical reasons', but promises it's the last time

Budget airline SpiceJet has said that payment of salaries to employees was delayed but promised it wouldn't happen again.

Rupee plunges to nine-month low against dollar
Economy

Rupee plunges to nine-month low against dollar

The rupee today plunged to nine-month low of 62.25 against the dollar but recouped losses to close the day at 61.94.

Amazon highlights India's complicated laws, warns of heightened biz risk
Corporate

Amazon highlights India's complicated laws, warns of heightened biz risk

The combined losses of Snapdeal, Amazon and Flipkart for the last financial year stood at Rs 985 crore

Syndicate bank case: Court dismisses bail pleas of two accused
Corporate

Syndicate bank case: Court dismisses bail pleas of two accused

Special CBI judge Swarana Kanta Sharma rejected the bail pleas of Arun Aggarwal, who is alleged to be the Chief Financial Officer of Bhushan Power and Steel Ltd, and Vijay Pahuja, who according to the CBI was acting as an "agent" for receiving illegal gratification.

Oil Ministry yet to move Cabinet for diesel deregulation
Economy

Oil Ministry yet to move Cabinet for diesel deregulation

The NDA government has continued with the previous UPA regime policy of raising diesel rates by up to 50 paise a litre every month to bridge the gap between cost and retail prices.<br />

Report costs incurred due to delay in starting projects: Govt to power cos
Corporate

Report costs incurred due to delay in starting projects: Govt to power cos

The clarification, pertaining to applicability of accounting standards, comes at a time when many power projects are grappling with multiple woes including acute coal scarcity and delay in getting requisite clearances.