Sources on this Page

> Headlines by Category

 Home / Technology / IT Management

You are using the plain HTML view, switch to advanced view for a more complete experience.

Indebted Greece seeks small change from dormant accounts (AFP)

Athens (AFP) - The Greek government, struggling to keep up its debt repayments, announced on Tuesday that any dormant public sector accounts holding less than 100 euros ($109) should be emptied and the funds handed over to the central bank.

Obama administration asks U.S. top court not to hear Google copyright fight (Reuters)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Tuesday sided against Google Inc and said the U.S. Supreme Court should not hear the company's appeal in a case against Oracle Corp with wide implica...

Probe after Air France plane narrowly misses mountain (AFP)

Paris (AFP) - French accident investigators have opened an inquiry into a near accident involving an Air France Boeing 777 which narrowly missed central Africa's highest mountain with 37 people on board.

Stocks to watch on Wednesday (AAP)

Stocks of interest on the Australian Securities Exchange on Wednesday

Australian market set to open lower (AAP)

The Australian sharemarket looks set to open lower.

US stocks fall as dollar surges (AFP)

New York (AFP) - Wall Street stocks fell sharply Tuesday on a strengthening US dollar despite news of Charter Communication's $78.7 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable.

$A falls as greenback moves higher (AAP)

The Australian dollar has fallen after the US dollar strengthened overnight.

HR software maker Workday's loss widens on higher costs (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Workday Inc's quarterly net loss widened by 3.6 percent as the human resource software company spent more on marketing and product development.
The company also forecast cur...

TiVo revenue rises 7.2 percent (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Digital video recorder maker TiVo Inc's quarterly revenue rose about 7.2 percent, helped by higher subscriptions.
TiVo's net income fell to $7.9 million from $8.1 million a ...

Oil market dips on strong dollar (AFP)

New York (AFP) - World oil prices fell on Tuesday as traders mostly took their cue from the rebounding US dollar and output remained strong, dealers said.

Post Selected Items to:

Showing 10 items of about 2600

home  •   advertising  •   terms of service  •   privacy  •   about us  •   contact us  •   press release design by Popshop •   Official PR partner B2BLogger.com •   © 1999-2015 NewsKnowledge