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The U.S. stock market had its best day of the year as technology companies surged. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 115 points, or 0.7 percent, to close at 16,373 Tuesday. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 19 points, or 1.1 percent, to 1,838.
The year of the e- commerce closes with record Amazon , after the peak of the festivities, announces data from Marketplace sellers , or all those companies, of any size , which sell their products on the virtual store of Jeff Bezos . <
Shining Building Business Co., one of Taiwan's leading construction companies, is aiming to launch nearly NT$100 billion (US$3.33 billion) in new property development projects across the Taiwan Strait in 2014. In a year-end news conference held
Chief operating officer Lersuk Chuladesa said the current political turmoil had little impact on the first-home market. He added that the company saw presales of Bt41 billion in the first 11 months, already hitting the full-year target. Next year,
Network Rail's net debt has risen to £30.6 billion after the company upped investment by 33 percent in the half year, spending £2.74 billion on new platforms, information systems, lifts, footbridges and tracks. But the number of passenger trains
G-850megahertz mobile-phone service under the "My" brand in January. CAT senior executive vice president Viroj Tocharoenvanith said the firm would spend Bt300 million on the marketing campaign, which targets signing up around 720,000 users next year
Gartner has said. "Spending on information technology products and services in the Asia Pacific region is forecast to grow 5.5 per cent in 2014 to reach $ 767 billion, up from $ 727 billion this year and reach $ 933 billion in 2017," the firm said.
As part of efforts to transform the national economic structure, Taiwan should spend some time thinking on the wild success of U.S.-based Google Inc. Last Friday, stock in the Internet search giant passed the US $1,000 mark for the first time.
Taipei, Aug. 5 (CNA) Twenty-six companies from Taiwan have made it onto Forbes magazine's list of Asia's 200 "Best Under a Billion," three more than last year, according to this year's report by Forbes Asia. Taiwan has the second-highest number of
Sh9.9 billion Turkana - Sh7.9 billion Kakamega - Sh7.35 billion Nakuru - Sh6.9 billion Mandera - Sh6.7 billion Kiambu - Sh6.26 billion Bungoma - Sh5.94 billion Kitui - Sh5.93 billion Kisii - Sh5.824 billion Kilifi - Sh5.82 billion Homa Bay - Sh5.72