Sears Holdings, the Illinois based company is planning to shutter several Sears outlets all over the nation prompted by weak fourth quarter results.
In April Abercrombie & Fitch announced that it would stop "sexualized marketing" and the company seems to be looking for a turnaround in image and win back its customers. It's working it seems!
The company also said it would change the employee dress code, toning down the music and cologne for a "more pleasurable shopping experience."
Google is the first thing that comes to mind when you have to look up information, translate text or sort out emails. The company says machine learning will play a bigger part in Google's services in the future.
Barclays Africa is the third largest lender in South Africa by value. On Wednesday, the company reported an eleven percent increase in its half-yearly profit s owing to a robust growth in its across the border business and also due to a drop in bad debt charges.
Comcast Added 180,000 New Internet Customers in the Second Quarter Surpassing its Cable Subscriber NumberSubmitted by Sukhbir Dhillon on Fri, 07/24/2015 - 10:06
So what if there is a slowdown in Comcast's subscriber growth and in April it quit its plans of Time Warner Cable, the company is still doing well thanks to the internet.
Netflix is making a strong impression with its stocks more than doubling this year and its ranking zooming past others to reach the level of best performers on S&P 500.
Intel Corp's second quarter earnings reported surpassed past analyst expectations with earnings of $0.55 a share on $13.2 billion revenue.
On Wednesday, the chipmaker announced the strong results owing to a growth of demand for its data center chips which counterbalanced a drop in the sale of PCs.
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