By Kayla Matthews, Like any new technology, there’s always a lot of hype surrounding its release. Everyone sees it as “the next best thing” and the solution to all of their problems. 3D printers certainly fit the mold, so to speak.
by Alicia Luke, Freedom OutPost: An angry cop-hating mob attacked and injured police in Brooklyn projects. Three NYPD police officers were hospitalized with injuries after a cop-hating mob in the Broo ... Read more
Good day. Clashes between protesters and police are putting business on hold in Hong Kong.It remains to be seen how the unrest will affect deal volume in the city, a hub for venture activity. Last yea ... Read more
If you’ve suddenly experienced majorly increased living expenses or are preparing to take on more expenses in the coming months, there are a few steps that can help make the transition less stressful ... Read more
Nestle's Suresh Narayanan said there will be 'period of low growths' for the FMCG industry but with 'decent single digit'.Suresh Narayanan said FMCG would not have a degrowth as it deals with essentia ... Read more
The green channel concept would allow for an automatic system for speedy approval of combinations subject to certain conditions.Norms pertaining to combinations under the competition law have been ame ... Read more
Govt may consider RERA amendments: Urban SecyUrban Affairs Secretary said the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 has brought respect and value to this sector, which was earlier unregula ... Read more
US tech giants are set to testify at a US government hearing over the French digital tax imposed last month in an attempt to level the playing field between big companies and local businesses. Read Fu ... Read more