Posts Tagged ‘Stories’

Consumers like smartphones with bigger screens

In the world of smartphones, bigger is definitely better. According to a study, smartphones with bigger and wider screens sell better. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

India replaces Japan to become world’s third-largest economy

India has become the world’s third-largest economy after the United States and China in terms of purchasing power. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Samsung says it expects profits to double

Samsung Electronics says it anticipates its profits for the first quarter of the year will almost double over profits for the fourth quarter of last year. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Facebook looks for “likes” in China

Facebook has its sights on China as it looks for growth. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Business quiz of the year, 2011

Blunders, bribes, bowing – how much can you recall from an eventful year? View full post on UK Business Stories

Protesters pile pressure on Putin

Pressure on Vladimir Putin mounts as tens of thousands of protesters call for fresh elections View full post on UK Business Stories

Debt crisis: as it happened December 19, 2011

George Osborne stands by his refusal to contribute to an IMF fund designated specifically for a eurozone bailout, as EU finance ministers agree €150bn of loans. View full post on UK Business Stories

Near-term risk to peripheral states remains

Despite an array of measures, EU leaders have probably not done enough to get through to Christmas, says John Authers View full post on UK Business Stories

Las Vegas man hits keno jackpot, turns 40 cents into $100,000

Hector Hernandez used his Black Friday to turn 40 cents into $100,000. View full post on Business Stories

UK faces bigger financial black hole

Office of Budget Responsibility downgrades its estimate of Britain’s economic potential over the next few years View full post on UK Business Stories