Daily Archives: April 6, 2016

Nokia to Cut Thousands of Jobs Globally

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Nokia is cutting thousands of jobs globally, including nearly one in five posts in its Finnish homeland, as part of a $1 billion cost-saving plan following its acquisition of French rival Alcatel-Lucent.

Amazon Struts Its Fashion Sense, Challenging Traditional Stores

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How We Shop:Amazon.com has crushed rivals by offering cut-rate prices on everything from books and electronics to diapers. But to attract fashion brands, it has employed a new strategy: promising full price.

Amazon Struts Its Fashion Sense, Challenging Traditional Stores

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How We Shop:Amazon.com has crushed rivals by offering cut-rate prices on everything from books and electronics to diapers. But to attract fashion brands, it has employed a new strategy: promising full price.

ZTE Says U.S. Trade Probe Could Lead to Criminal Charges

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ZTE Corp. said U.S. investigations into alleged violation of trade rules by the Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker could result in U.S. charges.

Sprint to Raise $2.2 Billion in Asset Sale, Leaseback Transaction

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Sprint Corp. said Wednesday it would take another step to address its cash crunch by selling some network assets and leasing them back.

Enovix Tries for a Better Battery

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Where others have focused on boosting energy storage capacity by changing battery chemistry, the Silicon Valley startup is betting on manufacturing techniques from makers of computer chips and solar cells.

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