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Reliance, BP take over Niko’s 10% stake in KG-D6 block

Reliance and BP split Niko's share in proportion to their existing shareholding in the block.

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YouTube changes policy, stops counting paid ads in music-video viewing records

The unit of Alphabet Inc.’s Google has touted its role as a promotional channel for pop-music stardom.

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Saudi oil output cut in half after drones strike Aramco site

Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen, who’ve launched several drone attacks on Saudi targets in the past, claimed responsibility for the assault on the kingdom’s Abqaiq plant.

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Disney’s Bob Iger quits Apple board as streaming rivalry heats up

Apple said in a Friday regulatory filing that Iger quit on Tuesday.

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Investors’ last best hope fast fading away as slowdown grips India, other emerging nations

The power of consumers is becoming the last best hope for emerging market investors as global recession risks rise. But even that’s starting to crack.

In July, overseas investors had pulled out a net amount of Rs 2,985.88 crore from the capital markets. (Representational image) News

Surviving shocks: Markets are in the hands of politicians

A change in the trajectory of interest rates is more likely to come from a change in the political environment than a change in the economic environment.

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Snapchat downloads continue to rise, calm fears that ‘face swap’ pop was a blip

Snap had 203 million daily active users in its second quarter, up from 190 million in the first quarter, and 188 million in the second quarter of 2018.

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Big banks shouldn’t go subprime amid slipping credit growth

The near-recession in the consumer economy means unsecured lending could be the next domino to fall. 

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Apple’s new iPad with bigger display at Rs 29,900 shows it knows tablet market the best

Apple made the announcement at its iPhone-focused event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Tuesday.

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With Apple TV+ hanging over its head, Netflix forges content deal with Karan Johar’s production

India’s video-streaming industry is expected to grow at nearly 22% per annum and reach 119 billion rupees ($1.7 billion) in size by 2023

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Without 5G, Apple’s new iPhones risk falling behind

Apple on Tuesday launched new iPhones with added cameras, upgraded processors, refreshed design, better batteries and faster charging, however there was little in the company’s presentation that surpassed what Android rival

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Shares of this biggest fast food chain face heat amid economic slowdown as Indians cut down on eating out

Eating out is one of the first expenditures that consumers reduce when the economy slows, but restaurants are also the first to benefit when sentiment turns around.

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Over 130 wildfires in Australia spark call for ‘Climate emergency’ action

Top government bureaucrats, including officials from the defense and energy departments, have war-gamed “national-scale systemic climate risks” facing the nation and warned that they are already “overwhelming” the cou

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Apple Watch Series 5 has Always-On display, costs Rs 40,900 in India

Apple also dropped the price of its Series 3 from 2017 to $199. That may increase competition with Fitbit.

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Apple iPhone 11’s aggressive pricing sets alarm bells ringing for smartphone market

Apple was one of the first smartphone makers to sell handsets for more than $1,000, with mixed success

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Margrethe Vestager, Silicon valley’s worst enemy, returns with even more power

Silicon Valley firms probably have the sense of “better the devil you know” when they see Vestager return for another five years, said Pablo Ibanez Colomo, a law professor at the London School of Economics.

Vestager will take over as digital chief at a time when the European Commission is coordinating the bloc’s 5G security News

In Hong Kong’s leaderless movement, officials don’t know who to negotiate with

Hong Kong protests: Instead of a non-stop sit-in, demonstrators now organize pop-up events around the city and quickly scatter to a new location once the police use tear gas.

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Jack Ma’s 20-year reign on Alibaba comes to an end

Jack Ma is giving up the reins of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. after presiding over one of the most spectacular creations of wealth the world has ever seen.

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Huawei and Samsung’s new 5G chips pose threat to Qualcomm

At Huawei’s Berlin launch event, consumer group CEO Richard Yu showed the high-end 990 5G achieving real-world download speeds in excess of 1.7Gbps

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Tax cut for auto sector may cheer stock markets, but bond makers see quasi-recession

Tax cuts for the auto industry may cheer the equity markets, but for bond investors, the govt’s share matters as much as the private sector’s spending capacity.

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Worse of trade war yet to come: Chinese exports to fall further as US to impose new tariffs

An unexpected contraction in China’s exports during August is the clearest signal yet that the worst of the trade war damage is still to come.

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Muthoot Finance shares rise most in 2 weeks after CEO dissed impact of protests

Muthoot Finance Ltd. shares rose by the most in two weeks after managing director George Alexander Muthoot said protests by employees in the Indian company’s home state of Kerala will have little impact on business.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was a shade lower after losing 0.85% the previous day. (Representational image) News

India slams Chinese trade policies as RCEP talks resume

Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on Monday criticized China for what he described as one-sided trade policies, casting doubt over the progress of negotiations for a pan-Asian free trade agreement.

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Apple disputes Google’s findings on iPhone malware attack

Apple said Google’s post last week on its findings came six months after the issue was patched in iOS, the iPhone and iPad operating system

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iPhone 11 September 10 launch: Key things to expect from Apple’s ‘By innovation only’ event

Apple iPhone 11 event: The Tim Cook-led company is also planning new iPads and Macs for later this year

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