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Shares of Sharp Corp. of Japan Drop as Company Considers Capital Reduction

Shares of Sharp Corp. of Japan Drop as Company Considers Capital ReductionSharp Corp. of Japan said that the company was considering a considerable amount of capital reduction and preferred share issuance. The news worried the investors and its shares dropped wiping almost one third of its market value at a certain stage on Monday. The electronics company is facing a tough time owing to strong competition in the market and has been facing losses for years.

Vodafone’s New Policy will Allow the New Parents to Spend More time with Children

Vodafone’s New Policy will Allow the New Parents to Spend More time with ChildrenThe employees of Vodafone New Zealand will benefit from the company's new policy which is intended to encourage the new parents to come back to work.

Vodafone's new maternity policy will permit their staffs who are expecting to have children, one month of additional leave.

IBM to Create 400 Jobs in Monroe

IBM to Create 400 Jobs in MonroeIBM said that the tech giant will create four hundred new jobs in Monroe in the coming ten years.

According to, Gov. Bobby Jindal the state also will give $4.5 million towards the funding of higher education at the University of Louisiana, Monroe, the Louisiana Tech University and the Grambling State University to help generate more graduates in the stream of computer science which will cater to the requirement of the workforce.

Apple to Spend Nearly $850 million for Building Solar Project in Monterey County

Apple to Spend Nearly $850 million for Building Solar Project in Monterey CountyOn Tuesday, Tim Cook the CEO of Apple announced that the company will be spending close to $850 million to build a solar energy project which will generate sufficient power to supply the whole of the new corporate headquarters of Apple, its retail stores and also some other areas of operations that are located in California.

McDonald’s Struggling to Win Back Customers

McDonald’s Struggling to Win Back CustomersOn Monday, McDonald's Corp. reported a greater than expected slide in the sales figures of January at the established restaurants. The fast food chain put the majority of the blame for the dropping sales to the after effects of scandals that it faced in China and Japan.

LinkedIn’s Revenue Beat Expectations Owing to Growth in Hiring Business

LinkedIn’s Revenue Beat Expectations Owing to Growth in Hiring BusinessLinkedIn Corp. the corporate networking site has reported a forty four percent leap in quarterly revenue which has surpassed the analysts' expectations. The company's growth mainly remained steady due to more number of businesses using its services for assessing candidates fit for employment.

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