Bosch is seeking to transform itself from equipment manufacturers to service providers. The company has launched its own cloud computing network and is determined to develop its Internet of Things technology and software to be better.
As Takata Corp comes under scrutiny for air bag defects, bankers are weighing up the potential fallout for the Japanese family behind the 81-year-old company, and the third-generation CEO who controls it.
London, UK-based security firm CertiVox scored $8 million in its Series B financing from new investor NTT Docomo Ventures and previous backer Octopus Investments to expand its software-based alternative authentication platform.
San Francisco, US-based marketing automation firm Autopilot is releasing a new Chrome plugin that generates up to 42% reply rate on cold email prospecting and bridge the gap between sales and marketing.
NSP Semiconductor Chief Executive Officer Richard Clemmer told Bloomberg that he is thinking of making as much as $1.5 billion in acquisitions of semiconductor companies that complement its core operations.
The Reserve Bank of India recently announced that multinational companies can hike their stakes in Indian arms without its approval. Many MNCs are now looking to increase their stakes, go for a merger or de-list their local units.
The Indian government started the clearance of tech investments in the country.