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E-commerce giant predicts revenues between 23.3 and 25.5 billion for current quarter.
A look at the history of British daily ‘Financial Times’ following its sale to the Japanese Nikkei group.
In conversation with Nestlé Pakistan’s corporate-affairs head.
Authors, booksellers urge U.S. antitrust probe into alleged abuse of online retail giant’s selling power.
Chief executive says watch time for social video service has grown over 50 percent year on year.
Further interest rate cuts unlikely after inflation rises for second consecutive month.
Money-sending service has a 37-country presence.
Prince Alwaleed’s worth is estimated at $32 billion.
Tech giant’s foray into streaming intended to boost phone sales.
Tech giant bets big on audio streaming.
The service provider, which owns no hotel, is worth more than global hotel chains.
Company backtracks on initial plans to deny artists payments for free three-month trial.
Paul Bulcke says the product is completely safe for consumption and hopes the ban over health concerns will be over soon.
Analysts predict main benefit of new trading rules will be improved transparency, accountability, and availability of macroeconomic data.
Global tycoon plans to pass CEO role onto son James, and executive chairman position onto Lachlan.
New service, slated to launch on June 30, will be available in 100 countries and on multiple platforms.
Tech giant’s Apple Music initiative will take on Spotify, Pandora and other streaming services.
Despite lower-than-predicted GDP growth, per capita income has increased by 9.25 percent.
Benchmark rates are now at 42-year low of seven percent.
IMF delegation head says Islamabad has strengthened its economy over the last year-and-a-half.