BlackBerry's fame has come to an end.The Canadian company who introduced us the smartphone had stopped its race without reaching the finishing line.
Online video production startup 90 Seconds will pursue its global expansion after securing $8 million in Series A led by Sequoia India. The startup will also broaden its network of creative freelancers in India as well as in other countries.
Fiat Chrysler is announcing a 1,300 job cuts as a result of the company’s decision to focus on producing light trucks and SUVs. American automakers are reportedly struggling to make money on other car models, such as sedan recently.
Bharat Forge's stock is likely to derate further in the wake of continuous fall in US truck orders. The US class 8 truck order inflows declined 36 percent in March 2016, putting more pressure on earnings.
American movie studios are getting closer to Chinese firms as sources of funding. Dick Cook Studios has just secured $500 million in production deal with China’s Film Carnival. The studio is working on the first film under the deal.
El Niño is hitting on cane productions especially in Asia, leading to a global shortage and the rise in prices. This would be the first year of sugar shortage after years of surplus. The shortage is projected to be prolonged to at least next year.
Anglo American's copper production and from retained operations rose 23 percent for the fourth quarter of 2015. The overall copper equivalent basis production for 2015 rose five percent when compared with 2014. Majority of metals including copper, coal, nickel and iron ore tumbled during the second half of 2015. The copper inventory of Anglo American was at 197,631 tons as on 2015.
Still haunted by its failed attempt to prevent a steep drop in oil prices by slashing production by almost three quarters in the 1980s, the world's top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is determined not to make the same mistake again.
A working capital facility was made available by Black Pearl Capital Fund for Ennovar's production.
According to Ford Americas President Joe Hinrich, this investment would expand their Oakville plant near Toronto, Canada.
According to Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside, the factory is able to produce 'tens of millions' per year.
BlackBerry would search for alternative routes so that service monetization would compensate within the business.
Memorabilia production will begin once William and Kate give the go signal to UK manufacturers.
The production of next-gen Chevrolet Cruze will be delayed by a year after sources familiar with the deal said that it's more likely to start in December 2015.
The production of Vietnam’s robusta coffee, which is used as the primary ingredient for instant coffee, is expected to increase in 15 months, sending its futures to its biggest nosedive since 2009.