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BB-DTEK50-072616.jpg BlackBerry has launched its second Android smartphone DTEK50, which the struggling company touts as the most secure Android smartphone ever. DTEK50 is BlackBerry's second smartphone powered by Android, following the PRIV. The device actually shares its design and hardware specifications with the recently...

tesla-mobileye-072616.jpg Mobileye (MBLY), a self-driving car technology company, Tuesday announced that it is ending its partnership with electric car marker Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) for the development of auto pilot program. Shares of Mobileye plunged about 8 after the news. Mobileye announced the decision to part ways with...

westjet-072616.jpg WestJet has announced its winter 2017 flight schedule, and the carrier is adding new flights to its domestic and international networks. The airline has extended its non-stop flight schedule between Vancouver and Montreal, Toronto and Gander as well as Toronto and Brandon from seasonal summer service...

generalmills-flour-072616.jpg General Mills has announced another expansion to its flour recall in response to four new illnesses that were linked to a possible E. Coli outbreak. The latest recall covers several varieties of Signature Kitchens and Gold Medal flour produced through February 10. General Mill had first announced...

GoogleMap-072616.jpg Google maps will be more easy to use with its latest update. Traffic information will be more visible with its new cleaner look.

StarbucksDresscode-072616.jpg Starbucks baristas are now free to express their personal style at work under a new dress code announced by the world's largest specialty coffee retailer. Instead of the familiar solid black, white and khaki clothing underneath their iconic green aprons, baristas can now come for work in a range of colors and outfits that reflect their own personal tastes.

Sanders-Clinton-072616.jpg Bernie Sanders, who gave a tough fight to Hillary Clinton in the primaries for party ticket for presidency, has told a Democratic National Convention that Hillary must win the US presidential election in November. "Any objective observer will conclude that - based on her ideas and her leadership...

mcdonalds-MCD-072616.jpg Fast food giant McDonald's Corp. on Tuesday reported a 9 percent decline in profit for the second quarter from last year, reflecting one-time charges and lower sales. Earnings per share for the quarter missed analysts' expectations.

caterpillar-CAT-072616.jpg Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) reported a profit for the second-quarter that declined about 31 percent from the previous year, while total sales and revenues declined 16 percent. The company cut its outlook for fiscal year 2016. It also warned that more layoffs are expected in the second half.

BP-072616.jpg British integrated oil and gas major BP Plc. (BP.L, BP_UN.TO, BP) Tuesday announced a narrower replacement cost loss for the second quarter from the prior year. Revenues were hit by lower oil prices. The company said the results draws a line under Deepwater Horizon liabilities, despite strong operations...

Verizon-072616.jpg Telecommunications giant Verizon Communications, Inc. on Tuesday an 83 percent plunge in profit for the second quarter from last year on lower revenues and higher expenses. However, adjusted earnings per share for the quarter topped analysts' expectations, while revenues missed their estimates.

UTX-072616.jpg United Technologies Corp. (UTX) reported a profit for the second-quarter that declined about 11 percent from the previous year. The company raised the low end of its 2016 adjusted earnings per outlook by 15 cents to $6.45 to $6.60 per share, on increased sales of $57 billion to $58 billion.

DD-072616.jpg Chemical giant EI DuPont De Nemours & Co. (DD) or DuPont reported a profit for the second-quarter that increased 8.5 percent from last year, while quarterly sales declined 0.8 percent from the previous year. Adjusted earnings per share for the quarter beats analysts' expectations.

wallstreet-040912_26Jul16.jpg Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session on a subdued note, as the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve are set to announce monetary policy decisions this week. Indications that cast a doubt of some liberal stimulus announcement from Bank of Japan sent the yen soaring and stocks in Japan tumbling.

Orange-072616.jpg Shares of Orange SA declined around 3 percent in the morning trading in Paris after the French telecom major reported Tuesday weak restated EBITDA, a key earnings metric, in its home country in the first half, as well as weak EBITDA margin. Group restated EBITDA, however, increased with higher revenues, and the company posted significantly higher net profit, benefited by the sale of EE.

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