Budweiser Falls Out of Top Three Favorite Beers in U.S.

Budweiser Falls Out of Top Three Favorite Beers in U.S.

Budweiser is not amongst the three most popular brews in the U.S. any longer. Prior to 2001, Budweiser was the No. 1 selling U.S. beer, but relinquished its crown to Bud Light. In 2011, Budweiser was knocked down from second to third... 
Twitter Notifying Users Who Were Exposed to Propaganda from Russians

Twitter Notifying Users Who Were Exposed to Propaganda from Russians

Twitter Inc. is reviewing interference by Russians during the U.S. election in 2016 and said Friday that it would be notifying some users whether they had been exposed to content that a suspected propaganda service from Russia had... 
Forex Reserves to Be Diversified in China

Forex Reserves to Be Diversified in China

China’s currency regulator, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), stated on January 11, 2018, that the country’s forex reserves are to be diversified. This action will be taken in order to preserve value. This comes... 
Gambling Laws Around the World Getting Tougher?

Gambling Laws Around the World Getting Tougher?

Betting has become such a craze for people all over the world. Unfortunately, not all countries have made it legal to participate in this sporting activity. This could be because the governments of such countries want their citizens... 
SoftBank Might Split to Focus on Tech

SoftBank Might Split to Focus on Tech

Masayoshi Son becomes well known thanks to his big bets on companies such as Uber and Alibaba. However, the big move for the billionaire who founded SoftBank could be right in his own back yard. SoftBank, a telecom company based in... 
Live Nation Buys Assets of Ticketing Start Up After Settling

Live Nation Buys Assets of Ticketing Start Up After Settling

Songkick’s specialty was artist presales – selling large batches of tickets to fans in advance of a concert, often as much as 8% of the entire tickets for a particular show. Two years ago, the ticketing startup that operated from... 
Consumer Spending is On the Rise in The US

Consumer Spending is On the Rise in The US

In a period of more than eight years, the expenditure level has remained lower than the last quarter of this year. Most households in the states that were affected by the floods replaced the damaged automobiles but this didn’t... 
Mexico Could Leave NAFTA Talks If Withdrawal Process Triggered

Mexico Could Leave NAFTA Talks If Withdrawal Process Triggered

On Wednesday, three sources familiar with the ongoing NAFTA talks said that Mexico could leave the negotiating table if United States President Donald Trump makes a decision to trigger a process of six months to withdraw from the free... 
Samsung Comes Up Short on Profit

Samsung Comes Up Short on Profit

Samsung Electronics Co. came up short of expectations on Wall Street for profit as the surging currency in South Korea and bonuses for the year-end outweighed its display orders from Apple Inc. for its new iPhone X. The electronics... 
Sears Holdings to Close Another 103 Stores

Sears Holdings to Close Another 103 Stores

Sears Holdings Corp announced it would be closing 103 more stores including 39 Sears and 64 Kmart stores that will be shuttered between March and April. Sears in its statement posted on its official website said it is continuing to... 
Online Casino Popularity Continues to Soar Even For Beginners

Online Casino Popularity Continues to Soar Even For Beginners

The online gambling industry has a lot to offer gamers regarding entertainment. Even with so much to provide, this business has to keep its enthusiasts enticed to bring in new clientele and keep the old ones bringing back their business.... 
El Al Airlines Will Begin Silicon Valley Flights

El Al Airlines Will Begin Silicon Valley Flights

El Al Airlines said Wednesday it would start nonstop flights from Tel Aviv to San Francisco during the fourth quarter, with its continued expansion into North America. The flag carrier of Israel is facing more competition for discount... 
Taxes Might Help UK Get Big Tech to Fight Extremism More

Taxes Might Help UK Get Big Tech to Fight Extremism More

Britain might impose more new taxes on the giants of the tech industry such as Facebook and Google unless they take additional measures to combat extremism online through taking down material that is aimed at radicalizing readers or... 
With a Widening Lineup, Apple’s Dependence on iPhone X Lessens

With a Widening Lineup, Apple’s Dependence on iPhone X Lessens

In prior years, demand for the latest flagship iPhone handset was critical to the results of the company over the holiday season shopping quarter. However, it appears that dynamic may be changing as Apple’s lineup is widening of... 
Apple Board Tells Tim Cook to Fly Private Jet

Apple Board Tells Tim Cook to Fly Private Jet

The board of directors of Apple Inc. has told their CEO Tim Cook that he must fly a private jet when traveling, whether it is for work or pleasure. The new policy was first implemented recently in the interest of efficiency and security...