• E-commerce company Myntra gets slammed over ad on ‘Draupadi’

    New Delhi: E-commerce portal Myntra landed in a massive controversy after a picture of Draupadi (one of the most important female characters in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata) was allegedly used in an advertisement; which later went viral on social media.    The advertisement, which Myntra was accused of publishing, is for endorsing sarees. In the […]

  • COUPONS
    Warning over free shopping vouchers and coupons scam on Facebook

    If you see these vouchers on Facebook DO NOT click on the link Free shopping vouchers and gift coupons, which are being shared by thousands of people on Facebook have prompted a warning from the UK’s national fraud and cybercrime reporting centre. The suspicious vouchers prompt users to click on links and open so-called ‘coupons’ […]

  • NEWS
    General election 2017: Corbyn and May clash over ‘trust’

    Jeremy Corbyn has said the public “cannot trust” Theresa May as the two clashed over plans for a snap election. The Labour leader told MPs the Tories had “broken promises” on the NHS and the deficit and “starved” schools of money while cutting tax for the rich. The prime minister said Labour would “bankrupt” the […]

  • NEWS
    Is Trump wise to take on China over trade?

    US President Donald Trump has said that trade negotiations with China will be “very difficult” when he meets President Xi Jinping in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, on Thursday. Trade will be one of two key issues on the agenda, along with North Korea. But what’s the problem – and what can Trump do about it? Buying Chinese […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    New Curved Phone Over $1,000 Announced by Samsung

    Samsung has thrown the smartphone buying public a curve. Cost conscious entrepreneurs won’t be picking this phone, costing over $1,000 and not available outside South Korea. But perhaps it will teach us all something about innovation. The aptly named new Samsung Galaxy Round has a 5.7-inch display with 1080 pixel resolution, the same as the recently […]

  • ALL DEALS
    EU Fines Sony, Panasonic, and Sanyo Over Battery Cartel

    The European Union’s anti-trust watchdog has fined Sony, Panasonic and Sanyo for price fixing in the market for batteries used in laptops and mobile phones. The European Commission, which polices competition issues in the EU, fined the three a total of EUR 166 million ($176 million or roughly Rs. 1,190 crores) for breaking antitrust rules […]

  • NEWS
    New Curved Phone Over $1,000 Announced by Samsung

    Samsung has thrown the smartphone buying public a curve. Cost conscious entrepreneurs won’t be picking this phone, costing over $1,000 and not available outside South Korea. But perhaps it will teach us all something about innovation. The aptly named new Samsung Galaxy Round has a 5.7-inch display with 1080 pixel resolution, the same as the recently […]

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    Harvard Professor Hassles Mom and Pop Over $4 Overcharge

    What happens when you overcharge a Harvard Business School professor for Chinese food? Ran Duan, manager of the Baldwin Bar inside the Sichuan Garden, a mom and pop Chinese restaurant, recently discovered the unpleasant answer. Ben Edelman, an associate professor at Harvard, ordered from the local restaurant. But upon delivery, he found that the prices […]