The Cassini mission by NASA has caught a fantastic animation in HD of the plane stream reputed to be Saturn's Northern Hexagon.
In a spiky turnaround of its global strategy General Motors plans to mostly withdraw its Chevrolet brand from Europe.
The decision followed as GM had repeatedly said it hoped to break even in Europe by mid-decade. It was not absolutely clear whether the decision to discontinue selling most Chevrolet vehicles in Europe would affect that goal.
On Thursday, the euro climbed to trade near a five-week high against the dollar as investors placed for the European Central Banks (ECB) to keep interest rates unchanged with rising German yields providing it support.
The single currency grew 0.2 percent against the dollar to $1.3617, having hit $1.3640, its highest since late October, in early European trade on Thursday.
On Thursday China's central bank warned that virtual currency Bitcoin carries considerable risks barred financial institutions from handling Bitcoin transactions.
In China demand for Bitcoin has been predominantly strong, where investors have enthusiastically accepted the currency and helped to steer its price to spectacular new high above $1,000 in recent weeks.
Profound discounting by retailers is spreading disinflation said the Bank of Canada. This is a happening due to more consumers crossing the border to shop for the new arrival here of U. S. chains such as Target Corp.
The bank blamed excessive supply in the economy and discriminating competition in the retail sector, which it said are proving to be more persistent than predicted.
The greater sage grouse is on the verge of extinction in the Prairie grasslands. On Wednesday, the federal government unmasked its first emergency protection order to protect the bird under the Species at Risk Act.
In September, Environment Canada announced it would issue the order in an effort to protect the nervous and shy bird which lives in southeastern Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Today, Tata Docomo launched two data packs for its pre-paid GSM customers which will allow them unlimited use of chat application WhatsApp. The company mentioned in a statement, "These data packs will enable Tata Docomo prepay GSM customers to enjoy the hugely popular WhatsApp with specially customised value for money data plans and with unlimited use."
- City Council argues e-cigarette ban in public areas which is being opposed by users and sellers
- Business Customers of SolarCity to get Tesla-made Batteries
- Walter the blind sea otter is now improving after being shot at
- Fall in fuel prices bring US drivers back on the road
- Stolen radioactive material in Mexico found