Tata Sons gets investors' nod to go private
A resolution passed at the company's AGM also sought to amend the memorandum of association to change its name to Tata Sons Pvt Ltd from Tata Sons Ltd
Govt assures appropriate measures to stimulate economy
Reports quoting senior finance ministry officials said the idea is to loosen the government's purse strings targeting an additional spending of Rs50,000 crore in the current financial year to stimulate the economy
Scientists store light-based data as sound waves on computer chip
The researchers hope the breakthrough could lead to the creation of computers in which data can safely travel at the speed of light
Toshiba agrees to sell memory unit to Bain-led consortium for $18 bn
Toshiba said it had also been negotiating with a group that involved iPhone assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry and another that included its jilted Western Digital, which has now moved for arbitration
Google inks $1.1 bn deal with Taiwan's HTC to buy Pixel staff
Google is buying the HTC team that built the Pixel smartphone for Google in a cash deal, plus getting a non-exclusive license for HTC's intellectual property to help support Pixel phones
Fed keeps rates unchanged, to start trimming bond holdings in October
The US Federal Reserve said on Wednesday it would keep policy interest rates unchanged at 1-1.25 per cent even as it signalled yet another rate hike before the end of the year
 
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