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Delay in churning out new ones to cost them Sh26 million daily, with problem expected to escalate.
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CoS suggested that Niti Aayog may work out a detailed strategy for promotion of e-vehicles solution
Net sales grew 7.3%, negatively impacted by GST roll out; profit up 9.7%
More than 1,000 people in Bungoma County are set to be absorbed by Rai Paper following the opening of its second line of production.
More than 1,000 people in Bungoma County are set to be absorbed by Rai Paper following the opening of its second line of production.
DEARBORN, Mich. - Ford Motor Co. had a better-than-expected second quarter despite lower sales and upheaval in its executive ranks. Net income rose 4 per cent to $2 billion, thanks in ...
  Employers association OEV, said on Wednesday it accepted the labour minister’s proposal regulating the cost of living allowance (Cola) but expressed reservations over some of its provisions. T
Cory Godbolt charged with killing a deputy, his mother-in-law and six others who were his relatives or acquaintances is due in court on Wednesday.             
WATERLOO, Ont. - Business software company OpenText (TSX:OTEX) has signed a deal to buy Guidance Software in a deal that values the forensic security firm at US$222 million. Under the deal, ...
Deutsche Bank's Kaushik Das says the central bank would remain in a wait-and-watch mode
A Marine killed in a military plane crash in Mississippi has been laid to rest in New Jersey.              
SAIL has carried out modernisation and expansion programme at all the five major steel plants
Family members of Ismael Lopez, the auto mechanic slain by Southaven Police on Sunday night, have hired a law firm to represent them.              
MONTREAL - Tembec Inc.(TSX:TMB) says it earned $17 million in its latest quarter, up from $9 million in the same quarter a year ago. The forestry company says the profit for ...
Profits in the company's North American division helped the automaker report a $2.0 billion profit during the second quarter        
Opposition parties in the Rajya Sabha asked if the govt was now planning to scrap the Rs 2,000 notes
Marnie Scott isn't completely capable of explaining why she's worked countless hours putting together the only listing of Canadian food and beverage products that are exclusively Product of Canada lab
GERB is withdrawing the amendment to the judicial law that would ban the foreign funding of local magistrate associations, announced the party’s member Tsvetan Tsvetanov, quoted by bTV. The amendment
Entire truck fleet under-utilised in first fortnight, untaxed and non-compliant cargo stopped fully
It has long been true that data rules clients' decisions and strategies. But how much are we getting from it? Not enough, because as much as 80 percent of the data out there is unstructured, or functi
One more industrial complex will be created in Azerbaijan, with impressive and fruitful economic diversification.
Barclays Bank of Kenya (BBK) has launched a financing model that will see small businesses that supply goods and services to large corporates take loans without collateral.
Barclays Bank of Kenya (BBK) has launched a financing model that will see small businesses that supply goods and services to large corporates take loans without collateral.
MONTREAL - Yellow Pages Ltd. (TSX:Y) says chief executive Julien Billot has left the company. The company says the board has named chief financial officer Ken Taylor as interim chief executive ...
Hotels have been sold out for years. Eclipse viewing glasses are back-ordered on Amazon. People are charging thousands for a one-night stay in their homes. There are T-shirts, mugs, posters, book
Big ideas can have a powerful and positive effect on economies and their populations. The 12.5% corporate tax rate was a big idea, as was the IFSC.
A farming organisation wants forestry payments curtailed amid claims they are a threat to the fabric of rural life.
British challenger bank Virgin Money Holdings saw a 26% rise in first-half underlying pretax profit, helped by growth in the bank’s core mortgages, savings and credit card businesses.
Insurance against terror attacks must adapt to face up to the threats posed by so-called lone-wolf militants and the rise of cyber crime.
International fast food giant McDonald’s has posted its biggest jump in global sales at established restaurants in five years, helped by stronger traffic worldwide and US initiatives including d
Cattle prices from €4 to €4.50/kg and mid-season lamb prices of €5 to €6.00/kg are essential to cover the cost of production on the most efficient farms, says IFA president Joe Hea
BMW will build an electric version of the Mini in the UK, choosing its factory in Oxford, over alternatives in Germany and the Netherlands despite risks associated with Brexit.
A €427,500 payoff by Shannon Airport to catering firm HMS Host for an early termination of a contract helped boost profits at the firm last year.
Publicly quoted property investment fund Hibernia REIT has said a number of companies have shown interest in the majority of vacant space remaining in its commercial property portfolio in central Dubl
Irish banks continue to charge Irish small firms the highest interest rates in the eurozone, with a new Central Bank report suggesting the problem may have gotten worse for many SMEs, despite wholesal

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