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  • Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

    Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

  • BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

    BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

  • Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

    Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

  • IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

    IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

  • Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

    Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

  • Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

    Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

  • Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

    Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

  • Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

    Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

  • Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

    Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

  • GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

    GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

  • Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

    Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

  • ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

    ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

  • Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

    Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

  • Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

    Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

  • Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

    Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

  • Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

    Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

  • Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

    Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

  • Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

  • Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

    Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

  • Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

    Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

  • Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

    Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

  • Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

    Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

  • Novartis leverages Big Tech to solve Big Pharma’s problem with drug trials

    Novartis leverages Big Tech to solve Big Pharma’s problem with drug trials

  • Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

    Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

  • BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

    BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

  • Will Google pull News from Europe?

    Will Google pull News from Europe?

  • Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

    Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

  • Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

    Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

  • LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

  • Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Tinder and Spotify – better together

  • Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

  • Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

  • Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

  • Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

  • Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

  • More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

  • Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

    Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

  • GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

    GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

  • Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

    Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

  • PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

    PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

  • What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

    What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

  • Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

    Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

  • Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

    Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

  • Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

    Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

  • Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

    Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

  • BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

    BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

  • Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

    Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

  • Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

    Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

  • Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

    Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

Latest Managed Stories

  • Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

    Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

    Managed, Friday, 22 February 2019

    Internet giant Google has announced that it is acquiring small cloud migration company Alooma. The goal behind the purchase is simple: to accelerate Google’s cloud business over the coming months, letting it compete with the big boys of the industry (Amazon ...
  • BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

    BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

    Managed, Thursday, 21 February 2019

    BYD, the Chinese clean energy expert that produces electric vehicles and batteries, is blazing a zero-emissions trail around the world. The company recently reported a surge of sales in its domestic market this January (traditionally, a slow month for the industry), ...
  • Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

    Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

    Managed, Wednesday, 20 February 2019

    Swiss scent and flavour expert Givaudan, the company behind numerous products we come into contact with every day, has announced a partnership with Israeli-based food technology incubator The Kitchen. According to both parties, the goal of the partnership is to ...
  • IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

    IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

    Managed, Tuesday, 19 February 2019

    IQVIA Holdings (IQVIA), the contract research giant that feeds healthcare-and-related industries’ ever-increasing demand for data, reported earnings at the end of last week that finished 2018 with a bang. IQVIA broke its own records and beat the Street’s ...
  • Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

    Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

    Managed, Monday, 18 February 2019

    Charles River Laboratories, a provider of innovative drug development solutions for private and public healthcare organisations, academic institutions, and governmental agencies, reported yet another quarter of expectations-beating financial results at the end of ...
  • Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

    Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

    Managed, Monday, 18 February 2019

    Cognex, an American manufacturer of machine vision systems, software, and sensors, reported earnings at the end of last week that beat the Street on top- and bottom-lines. The company, which is an integral part in the trends towards automation and robotics, saw ...
  • Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

    Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

    Managed, Friday, 15 February 2019

    Alphabet, the company formerly known as Google, might be more ‘investor-friendly’ (by which we mean more financially transparent and less willing to haemorrhage cash on crazy schemes) but there’s still a little of the ‘old Google’ in ...
  • Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

    Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

    Managed, Friday, 15 February 2019

    Last summer, watchers all over the world focused on a dramatic story playing out in Thailand. A football (or soccer) team of young Thai boys and their coach had become trapped in underground caves following a bus accident – and the race was on to rescue them ...
  • Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

    Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

    Managed, Thursday, 14 February 2019

    Samsonite, the world’s leading luggage manufacturer, has announced that it will be making a significant improvement to its online retail stores in the US with the addition of Cappasity’s 3D product imaging software. Cappasity is the leader in the field ...
  • GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

    GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

    Managed, Wednesday, 13 February 2019

    Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) reported earnings last week that beat the Street’s predictions for top- and bottom-line growth. The company, which is one of the healthcare industry’s largest players, has been reshaping its business since ...
  • Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

    Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

    Managed, Tuesday, 12 February 2019

    Compass Group, the world’s largest catering company, reported first-quarter earnings for the year last week, demonstrating a solid underlying business that was benefiting from new business wins. The UK-based company said it faced inflationary headwinds, but ...
  • ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

    ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

    Managed, Tuesday, 12 February 2019

    ViaSat, a provider of high-speed internet connections by satellite, reported third-quarter earnings recently that smashed analysts’ expectations and sent its share price soaring. Driving these earnings were a number of new contract awards for the latest ...
  • Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

    Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

    Managed, Monday, 11 February 2019

    Cognizant, an expert at helping traditional companies from a variety of sectors undergo “digital transformation” reported fourth-quarter earnings at the end of last week that demonstrated a healthy business. The company beat the Street on top and bottom ...
  • Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

    Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

    Managed, Friday, 08 February 2019

    Alphabet Inc., famously the company formerly known as Google (and parent to the ‘new’ Google), has found a new challenge to overcome: the US’s deeply concerning opioid crisis. The Alphabet arm that’s taking up this task is none other than ...
  • Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

    Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

    Managed, Friday, 08 February 2019

    Industrial technology group Hexagon reported earnings this week that met analysts’ expectations. The company was able to post year-on-year sales increases for every market in which they operate, and gave investors a positive talking point by professing ...
  • Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

    Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

    Managed, Thursday, 07 February 2019

    Global security company Assa Abloy, best known for its doors and locks, reported fourth quarter earnings this week that beat analysts’ expectations and sent its share price soaring. Investors liked what they saw – particularly important may have been a ...
  • Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

    Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

    Managed, Wednesday, 06 February 2019

    Aptiv, the auto-industry component maker with specialisations in electrification, automation, and digital connectivity for dashboard units, posted a set of financial results last week that impressed investors and analysts. The company’s share price appreciated ...
  • Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

    Managed, Tuesday, 05 February 2019

    Global engineering and consultancy business Tetra Tech reported the best first-quarter earnings in its history a few days ago, beating the Street on earnings and displaying a solid underlying business that’s going from strength to strength. The company is a ...
  • Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

    Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

    Managed, Tuesday, 05 February 2019

    Global water-technology company Xylem reported solid fourth quarter earnings for 2018 that met expectations and demonstrated strong fundamentals. Xylem is at the forefront of the fight against global warming, water scarcity, pollution, and more (its moto is ...
  • Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

    Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

    Managed, Friday, 01 February 2019

    Wednesday wasn’t a great day on Chinese stock markets, as “at least” 20 companies (according to Bloomberg) warned that full year earnings for 2018 would fail to meet expectations. One company that defied this trend in stunning fashion was ecommerce ...
  • Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

    Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

    Managed, Thursday, 31 January 2019

    Swiss scent and flavour specialist Givaudan, the company behind numerous everyday products with which we come into contact, reported figures for 2018 last week, showing a rise in sales even as earnings declined. Explaining this dichotomy, the company said that it ...
  • Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

    Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

    Managed, Wednesday, 30 January 2019

    Internet giant Google, the world’s most popular search engine (amongst other things), is no stranger to debate. The company has had lively internal discussions over the past few years about (seemingly) misogynistic memos being circulated by employees, ...
  • Novartis leverages Big Tech to solve Big Pharma’s problem with drug trials

    Novartis leverages Big Tech to solve Big Pharma’s problem with drug trials

    Managed, Tuesday, 29 January 2019

    We live in an age of unprecedented medical breakthroughs. Once formidable diseases and viruses like cancer and HIV remain dangerous – but they’re not the death sentence they were even a decade earlier. Those are headline grabbing examples, but medical ...
  • Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

    Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

    Managed, Monday, 28 January 2019

    Global coffeehouse market leader Starbucks reported earnings at the end of last week, and investors liked what they saw. In addition to the usual task of beating consensus estimates, Starbucks had to do two things this quarter to justify the share-price rally we ...
  • BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

    BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

    Managed, Friday, 25 January 2019

    Nine years after production started, Chinese new energy technology company BYD (best known for its electric vehicles) has announced that it has completed its 50,000th electric bus. Able to hold up-to 80 passengers, the K9UB 12-metre vehicle is now headed for Spain, ...
  • Will Google pull News from Europe?

    Will Google pull News from Europe?

    Managed, Wednesday, 23 January 2019

    Here’s the news: internet giant Google is considering pulling its wildly popular news service (creatively named ‘Google News’) from Europe. That’s big – the search engine’s news results remain the world’s biggest and most ...
  • Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

    Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

    Managed, Wednesday, 23 January 2019

    If you’ve been following the news (and this newsfeed) lately, you will probably have noticed that the importance of sustainability keeps ramping up. There are three obvious reasons for this: first, the planet continues to experience climate change, which ...
  • Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

    Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

    Managed, Tuesday, 22 January 2019

    Pharmaceutical giant Novartis is partnering with Oxford University’s Big Data Institute (BDI) to try and use artificial intelligence (AI) to predict how patients will respond to “new and existing treatments for inflammatory diseases” such as ...
  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

    Managed, Tuesday, 22 January 2019

    Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting in North America’s CCH Axcess Financial Prep (AFP) is a software solution for grouping accounts and creating tax reports. The tool eliminates a lengthy manual process and, as a result, has become a wildly popular piece of ...
  • LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    Managed, Monday, 21 January 2019

    Rihanna is more than just a pop star – she’s a global brand in-and-of herself. The singer and fashion icon has carved out a unique place in popular culture, and has a devoted following of fans. Now, she might be about to make history by becoming luxury ...
  • Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Managed, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Tinder and Spotify have a lot in common: they’re both market-leading apps, they’ve both conquered their respective industries, and they’re both popular with young people looking to have fun. So, the obvious question is: why don’t they work ...
  • Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Managed, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    Domino’s Pizza has no interest in switching its delivery service over to Grubhub, Uber Eats, or any of the other order and delivery apps that are currently winning big with Millennials all over the US. The reason is that the company thinks keeping its ...
  • Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Xylem Inc., the global water-technology company spearheading the fight against an impending water crisis, has just scored another win: establishing monitoring devices throughout the rive Nile in Egypt. When we think of the coming water crisis, we tend to focus on ...
  • Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Aptiv, the company that’s driving the auto-industry into the future, focussing on trends like automation, connectivity, and electrification, has a fleet of 75 autonomous vehicles in Las Vegas (30 of which are operated in conjunction with ride-hailing firm ...
  • Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Managed, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    In another of today’s newsfeed stories, we reiterated something we’ve been saying for years: China is a massive power when it comes to global consumption and the future of retail. But here is a corollary fact: if China is a big part of the future of ...
  • Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Managed, Monday, 14 January 2019

    Charles River, a major facilitator of drug development and research innovations for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, has formed a “strategic alliance” with Atomwise, the inventor of the first deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) ...
  • More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    Managed, Friday, 11 January 2019

    In-car mobile payments have been a talking point for a while now, but for some reason, the technology always seems to be a stumbling block. As we found out this week at 2019’s Consumer Electronics Show, that might be about to change. The reason? Cashless ...
  • Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

    Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

    Managed, Thursday, 10 January 2019

    Chinese tech giant Alibaba, the country’s market leader in online retail, with a presence in numerous industries such as artificial intelligence and payments, has just driven deeper into big data with a European acquisition. The company has spent 90 million ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

    GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

    Managed, Wednesday, 09 January 2019

    Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is preparing to reclaim its market-leading position as a cancer killer with the release of three key drug treatments. The renewed focus on cancer is part of CEO Emma Walmsley’s strategy to get GSK’s sales ...
  • Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

    Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

    Managed, Wednesday, 09 January 2019

    Assa Abloy is the world’s biggest lockmaker, and a market-leader in the security space, selling everything from fire doors and padlocks to panic rooms and connected security systems. Since 1994, the company has engaged in a growth-through-acquisition strategy ...
  • PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

    PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

    Managed, Tuesday, 08 January 2019

    India has long been touted as the next big ecommerce market, and one company has started to see that become a reality. Online payment provider PayPal has just reported that the Indian arm of its business has seen a twelve-fold rise in revenue over the past year! The ...
  • What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

    What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

    Managed, Monday, 07 January 2019

    Aptiv, the automotive company with an eye for future trends like self-driving and electrification (once, the more forward-looking part od Delphi Automotive), has no shortage of innovations on the way for self-driving vehicles. But this latest announcement might be ...
  • Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

    Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

    Managed, Monday, 07 January 2019

    Alphabet Inc.’s life sciences arm, Verily, has just received $1 billion in capital from a funding round led by private equity firm Silver Lake. At the same time, Alphabet announced that its chief financial officer, Ruth Porat, will be joining the board, along ...
  • Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

    Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

    Managed, Friday, 04 January 2019

    Norway has long been a leader in the electric car revolution. In fact, despite having a population of just 5.3 million, it had more electric cars on the roads than even Germany (Europe’s largest car market, with a population of 82.8 million) up until the first ...
  • Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

    Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

    Managed, Thursday, 03 January 2019

    Givaudan, the scent and flavour company behind many of the everyday products we use, has created a new “innovation platform for the food industry.” This platform, called Mista, is described as being “more encompassing than an incubator or ...
  • Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

    Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

    Managed, Wednesday, 02 January 2019

    According to top brass at online travel giant Expedia, the next name to disrupt its industry could be Google. That said, the company’s CEO, Mark Okerstrom, has recently told investors that he isn’t pushing for the Silicon Valley titan to be regulated. ...
  • BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

    BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

    Managed, Thursday, 20 December 2018

    Chinese electric automaker giant BYD has been on a quest over the last few years to partner with as many Chinese cities as possible, bringing its fleets of electric vehicles to public transportation systems. Now, it wants to take that mission global – and ...
  • Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

    Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

    Managed, Thursday, 20 December 2018

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc., a market leader in the provision of intelligent solutions to the world’s water problems, has partnered with Imagine H2O, a non-profit organisation that works with entrepreneurs, enabling them to “build and ...
  • Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

    Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 December 2018

    According to analysts at MoffettNathanson, Facebook could bring millions of new users to PayPal if the two internet giants expand their partnership. In a note to investors last Thursday, the analysts described these two companies as “a match made in ...
  • Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

    Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 December 2018

    Aptiv, the auto-maker that’s driving trends vehicular trends like self-driving and electrification, made an announcement this week that it says constitutes a “milestone” in autonomous driving: the opening of its 130,000 square foot technical centre ...