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U.S. restrains 1909 Pablo Picasso painting worth $11.5 million
Compotier et tasseJune 25, 2013 ET
The Department of Justice restrained the 1909 Pablo Picasso painting "Compotier et tasse" estimated to be worth $11.5 million on behalf of the Italian government.
China businessmen worried, indexes going down
China stock exchangeJune 25, 2013 ET
Surveys by China's central bank have indicated that bankers, entrepreneurs and depositors are worried about the economy and have less confidence. According to this, indexes are going down fast.
U.S. manufacturing expansion remains modest
ManufacturingJune 24, 2013 ET
The Markit Flash U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) shows that U.S. manufacturing expansion remained modest during June. At 52.2, the flash PMI index was little changed from May's 52.3.
China's hospital market promising for foreign investors
China hospitalsJune 24, 2013 ET
The hospital market in China is providing huge opportunities for foreign investors although there are some risks, according to The Boston Consulting Group.
New York tax-free state for start ups for ten years
New YorkJune 24, 2013 ET
Companies in new START-UP NY program will not pay business/corporate taxes, sales taxes and property taxes for 10 years.
Existing-home sales rose 4.2 percent in May
House saleJune 21, 2013 ET
Existing-home sales improved in May, while the median price continued to rise by double-digit rates from a year earlier, according to the U.S. National Association of Realtors.
Australian meat export to China breaks all records
Australian meat export to ChinaJune 21, 2013 ET
The combined May meat export to China is better than ever with some meat jumped up more than 200 percent, according to the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
Advertising spending to increase, printed media in big problems
AdvertisingJune 20, 2013 ET
Advertising spending in measured media in the United Kingdom is expected to show a 3.3 percent increase this year, ahead of the 2.1 percent advance recorded in 2012, according to a new report from GroupM.
Internet of Everything to generate $613 billion
Internet of EverythingJune 20, 2013 ET
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is expected to enable private companies to generate at least $613 billion in global profits in 2013, according to the IoE Value Index study by Cisco.
Global LCD TV shipments down in the first quarter
LCD TVJune 20, 2013 ET
Global LCD TV shipments grew 4% year-over-year in Q1 2013 to 44.8 million sets, led by strong growth in China, according to the NPD DisplaySearch Quarterly Advanced Global TV Shipment and Forecast Report.
New Yorkers to save money by composting food
New YorkJune 19, 2013 ET
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to require residents to compost their food waste. That will help cut families' rising grocery bills.
When Brits are resting, their phones are idle too
Ericsson Mobility ReportJune 19, 2013 ET
Ericsson Mobility Report provides both similarities and differences when comparing network usage around the globe, from London to New York to Hong Kong.