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JP Morgan CEO may exit bank amid growing problems

New York, May 12: Analysts are reportedly of the view that the CEO of JPMorgan, a leading financial services firm, may soon seek exit.

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London becomes ‘billionaire capital’ of the world: Study

Wellington, May 12: London has become the capital of the world’s wealthiest, a new study has found.

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Samsung prepares to launch Tizen smartphone in India, Russia

Washington, May 12: Samsung is reportedly planning to launch a new smartphone in India and Russia based on the company’s homegrown Tizen operating system.

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Indian-born Hinduja brothers top UK’s Times Rich List

London, May 12: The Indian-born Hinduja brothers have topped the list of the richest persons living in the UK, with an estimated fortune of 11.9 billion pounds.

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Fed court overturns Oracle v. Google Java API copyright decision

Washington, May 11: A federal court has reportedly ruled in favour of Oracle, and ordered Google to pay the company for its use of the Java API in Android, drawing criticism from various legal scholars.

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Bangladesh traders seek business tie-ups at Siliguri trade fair

Siliguri (West Bengal), May 11: Bangladesh traders are attending a trade fair here, with the objective of expanding their business opportunities.

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Cross border trade flourishes between India and Pakistan

Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir), May 10: Cross border trade between India and Pakistan continues to flourish peacefully.

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Stock markets hits record high in India

Mumbai, May 10: India’s stock exchange markets, BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) Sensex and Nifty hit a record high on Friday posting their biggest daily gains since September.

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NEC Corp. to conduct 5G trials jointly with NTT Docomo

Tokyo, May 9: Japanese multinational IT company, NEC Corporation, and the mobile phone operator, NTT DOCOMO have reached an agreement to jointly conduct trials for the use of 5th generation or 5G mobile communication standard.

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