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Brooklyn's Beloved PBR Brewery Hits the Market It's only $6 for a six-pack...If over-priced vegan bake sales start cropping up in Williamsburg, this is why...Dean Metropoulos, owner of the Pabst Brewing Company, is putting the beloved brewery up for
Denmark-based Lego announced 2013 profits of 1.1 billion U.S. dollars Thursday, securing its place as the world's second largest toymaker behind Mattel. Lego's profits were up 9 percent, while sales rose 11 percent to 4.65 billion dollars,
14 Washington: Google has reportedly denied rumours that it approached WhatsApp for an acquisition before Facebook grabbed it. Senior Vice President in charge of Chrome, Android, and apps, Sundar Pichai said that it was 'simply untrue' that Google
Telecom companies based in the U.S. often provide unlimited texting as a part of their data plans while outside U.S., telecom companies have charged users typically for using texting plans which is one of the prime reasons for the loss in revenue for
U.S. agricultural exports is expected to reach record high this year due to strong global demand, the chief economist of the U.S. Thursday. "We are now projecting fiscal 2014 exports at 142.6 billion (U.S. dollars).
The deal, priced for a combined 16 billion dollars in cash and stock and additional 3 billion dollars in restricted stock units, apparently made the investors uneasy, who sent the shares down by 5 percent initially, before they recovered slightly.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry , who is considered one official visit to Indonesia, the weather changes and natural disasters that occur as droughts and floods are a threat comparable to terrorism. " When I think
The Egyptian interim government said Monday that it will inject 33.9 billion Egyptian pounds (about 4. U.S. dollars) to boost struggling economy as a second stimulus package since last August. In a statement on Monday, Finance Minister Ahmed
As economies progressed through the phases of development, the perception grew that large corporations were the beacons of progress and public weal; culminating in the famous '50s' statement attributed to Charlie Wilson: "What is good for General
Inspite of enjoying an all time high sales with more than 50 million iPhones sell-off, Apple reported mixed results for Q1 2014. While the company's revenue failed to reach the Wall Street's expectations, Apple surpassed the expected profit limit,