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Baker Hughes acquired by Halliburton for $ 34.6 billion - Market Readers

Baker Hughes acquired by Halliburton for $ 34.6 billion  - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Halliburton acquires Baker Hughes for $ 34.6 billion.
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So Halliburton growing 

 

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Nexus 5 runs into wi-fi issues post L update - Market Readers

Nexus 5 runs into wi-fi issues post L update - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
 Developers have been telling Google that Android L devices will not connect to Wi-Fi. One of the reported cases said that while Nexus 5 will save passwords, it will also fail to actually connect. The issue of establishing a Wi-Fi connection seemed to have also affected the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 tablets. The Wi-Fi connection issue is the second major issue that has affected Android 5.0. Earlier in the month, Wi-Fi users with an Android 5.0 powered device reported an issue with the battery. Apparen
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So Issues galore starts for Nexus users :)

Stay tuned, there are more to come :P

‪#‎marketreaders‬ ‪#‎androidl‬ ‪#‎nexus5‬

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Rubber Prices Lowest In 5 Years - Market Readers

Rubber Prices Lowest In 5 Years - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Government steps up procurement program to support farmers as rubber prices sink to new lows
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I Pity You Flipkart - An Open Letter to Flipkart by an Anonymous user! - Market Readers

I Pity You Flipkart - An Open Letter to Flipkart by an Anonymous user! - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
So being Flipkart First customer means, we dont get basic courtesy and listen to your beating around the bush kind of answers?
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Ex-Dabur Director figures in black money list, stock closes 3% lower - Market Readers

Ex-Dabur Director figures in black money list, stock closes 3% lower - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Ex-Dabur Director Pradip Burman among those named by Center in black money affidavit, Dabur shares dip
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Infosys’ (INFY) New CEO announces 5000 promotions to rein in attrition - Market Readers

Infosys’ (INFY) New CEO announces 5000 promotions to rein in attrition - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Faced with the highest level of attrition in its history and among top IT players, Infosys (NSE:INFY) announces one more round of promotions to 5000 employees
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Interesting strategy!

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Axe 2 : TIC, usages et communautés | MSHS Sud-Est

Axe 2 : TIC, usages et communautés | MSHS Sud-Est | Market Readers | Scoop.it

Le programme de recherche de l’axe consiste à rendre explicites certaines caractéristiques dominantes des relations entre technologies numériques, artefacts physiques et formation des collectifs en suscitant des collaborations entre sciences sociales et sciences de l’ingénieur. L’objectif est de faire émerger des recherches communes SHS/STIC qui puissent, d’une part, enrichir notre compréhension des transformations induites par la numérisation de la société ; et, d’autre part, contribuer à une analyse systématique du rôle des artefacts dans la coordination sociale.


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, July 18, 2014 8:45 AM

Nouveau site de la MSHS à Nice.  Mes mots-clé : TIC(E), transformations liées à l'arrivée du numérique, aspects sociaux de l'intégration des outils (en classe de langue comme ailleurs ...)

Quran Coaching's curator insight, July 19, 2014 10:00 AM

Help us spread the message of Quran/Hadith around the world.
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5 Ways to Provide Parents a Window Into Your Classroom

5 Ways to Provide Parents a Window Into Your Classroom | Market Readers | Scoop.it

When I attended my daughter's kindergarden Back-to-School Night two years ago, I was delighted to see a video of the classroom playing on a television in the corner. As a parent, it was exciting to see my child in the context of the classroom. My daughter's teacher had simply videotaped the...

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Parents

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 18, 2014 10:21 AM

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Parents


Quran Coaching's curator insight, July 18, 2014 12:31 PM

The Quran-Coaching is the best platform for the quran learning by taking online quran classes.
www.qurancoaching.com

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Modinomics may be the India turnaround story: Nomura - Market Readers

Modinomics may be the India turnaround story: Nomura - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Nomura says Modi may craft India's turnaround story, make it the best emerging market in next 5 years; view great Indo - Japan synergies
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Microsoft and Nokia Decided to Stop Android X Phone Model Future Designs - Market Readers

Microsoft and Nokia Decided to Stop Android X Phone Model Future Designs - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Microsoft Windows and Nokia Company decided to stop future designs of Android X Phone Model and chosen for expansion of Lumia product lines.
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Visakhapatnam to be New Cyber City of AP - Market Readers

Visakhapatnam to be New Cyber City of AP - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Visakhapatnam is the top choice of the Chandrababu Naidu government for IT capital, Tirupati, Vijaywada, Kakinada, Anantapur to be next IT hubs.
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AP on a growth curve

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Chinese Phone companies to receive patent violation notices from Nokia, Sony, Microsoft - Market Readers

Chinese Phone companies to receive patent violation notices from Nokia, Sony, Microsoft  - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Well, I guess we all saw this coming. Chinese phone manufacturers are taking the world by storm with their wicked awesome devices being thrown at rock bottom prices. But I guess the literal ‘lift-off’ of various designs from other phone manufactures seems to come at a price now. How many phones do we see there which resemble iPhone? How many phones do we see there that resemble HTC? the list is endless! Companies seem to lift off design patterns and make minor modifications and then claim it the
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We are not sure how big this could be. However it definitely worth billions!

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Upgraded to Android L? Think twice before you ROOT afterwards - Market Readers

Upgraded to Android L? Think twice before you ROOT afterwards - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
While regular smartphone users who choose an Android device might not be as interested in customizing their mobile experience as more hardcore Android fans, there are plenty of buyers who chose Android over iOS or other mobile operating systems exactly because they have the liberty of doing more things on Android than on anything else, including rooting the device. However, this particular type of Android experience might forever change starting with Lollipop, as Google has made some important c
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More issues with Android L

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday losing their tradition? - Market Readers

Black Friday and Cyber Monday losing their tradition? - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
With the advent of e-commerce, the traditional black friday and cyber monday lose some of their charm
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Forex scam: Banks pay fine of $ 4.3 billion - Market Readers

Forex scam: Banks pay fine of $ 4.3 billion - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Forex markets host to exploitation by bank currency traders
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Dozens Of Countries Take In More Immigrants Per Capita Than The U.S.

Dozens Of Countries Take In More Immigrants Per Capita Than The U.S. | Market Readers | Scoop.it

"If you think the United States is every immigrant's dream, reconsider. Sure, in absolute numbers, the U.S. is home to the most foreign-born people — 45.7 million in 2013. But relatively, it's upper-mid-pack as an immigrant nation. It ranks 65th worldwide in terms of percentage of population that is foreign-born, according to the U.N. report 'Trends in International Migrant Stock.'  Whether tax havens and worker-hungry Gulf states, refugee sanctuaries or diverse, thriving economies, a host of nations are more immigrant-dense than the famed American melting pot.  Immigrants make up more than a fourth (27.7 percent) of the land Down Under; two other settler nations, New Zealand and Canada, weigh in with 25.1 and 20.7 percent foreign-born, respectively. That's compared to 14.3 percent in the United States." 

 

Tags: migration, population, USA, Australia, Oceania.


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Benjamin Jackson's curator insight, December 14, 2015 12:16 PM

the us is not the choice nation of nations. it is not the most sought nation for migrants. that means we must be doing something right or wrong.

David Stiger's curator insight, December 5, 11:25 AM
Facts put major cultural issues into perspective. The facts found in this NPR article indicate that much of the world - and not just the United States - is grappling with immigration issues. Although the U.S. has the largest foreign-born population in raw numbers, it does not make up as large a percentage as the overall population as some other nations. Compared to the U.S.'s immigrant population of 14.3%, Australia's foreign-born subgroup makes up 27.7% while New Zealand's hit 25.1%. That is over one-fourth of the entire population in each country. 

Australia and New Zealand are ideal as they are both relatively safe, stable, progressive, and economically developed nations that have room to grow. 

The issue, especially for Australia, is taking in high numbers of unskilled workers who can be difficult to integrate into the economy. The U.S., mainly from the right, has also complained about this trend. Many migrant workers, however, are filling low-wage, unskilled jobs that non-immigrant workers shun and have no desire for. Considering that immigrants who fill these jobs earn their keep, pay taxes, and stimulate the economy by spending their money outweighs the potential economic burden. The truth of the matter is that natives in Australia and the United States are more fearful of the cultural, social, ethnic, religious, and linguistic changes that often take place when outside groups settle within a new country. This diversity can surely enrich a society. It can also stress out traditionalists, fearful of change, and cause social unrest and animosity. The important thing for Americans to understand is that we are not the only country wrestling with a globalized world in which people transcend boundaries, diversity is on the rise, and change happens. Just look to Oceania. 
Matt Danielson's curator insight, Today, 4:34 PM
With some countries having as many as 25% of people being foreighn born I wonder how much of this diversity could cause social upheaval. As we learned in class sometimes cultural differences can cause major issues in a country, and often times without a major culture tying every one together the country will inevitably split up or have civil strife similar to what we see in parts of Europe from mass migration.  I wonder what effect migration will have in places like Australia 5-10 years from now. Especially if the cultures these immigrants come from are drastically different then Australian culture. 
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P&G records number three position in Indian FMCG Market - Market Readers

P&G records number three position in Indian FMCG Market - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
P&G has attained third position in the household and consumer market in India this financial year, beating Nestle and ITC by doubling its sales over the past three years. Recording a whooping revenue of Rs. 9274 Crore from its three entities this March 2014, it is only after HUL and Amul.
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P&G capturing the Indian FMCG market very fast!

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Oppo is up with another beast N3! - Market Readers

Oppo is up with another beast N3! - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Oppo, the Chinese manufacturer is going to release another of their device called N3. While no official news about the oppo N3 is out yet, many leading phone reviewers are up with the following information about the device.
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Changes in the U.S. Economic Geography

Changes in the U.S. Economic Geography | Market Readers | Scoop.it
In 1990, the manufacturing industry was the leading employer in most U.S. states, followed by retail trade. In 2003, retail trade was the leading employer in a majority of states. By 2013, health care and social assistance was the dominant industry in 34 states. This animated map shows the top industry in each state and the District of Columbia from 1990 to 2013.

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Lora Tortolani's curator insight, February 2, 2015 6:49 PM

It's amazing to see how priorities have shifted over time.  Also, this is a great display of how technology has taken over what once was human labor.  

Alex Smiga's curator insight, March 14, 2016 7:43 PM

Shifting economies.


This interactive map is a powerful way to visually display the changes in the economic geography of the United States.  It is especially useful when discussing the transition of an economy from the secondary sector to tertiary sector.  

Olivia Campanella's curator insight, September 5, 5:02 PM
Over the years the United States has shown a number of leading employer industries. In the 1990"s the manufacturing industry was the leading employer in most United States, followed by Retail Trade industries. In 2003, Retail Trade was the leading employer, but by 2013 health Care and Social Assistance was dominant industries in 34 States. From the 1990"s to 2013 employment has been on a steady decline while Health Care and Social Assistance became largest industries in New York (1992) and North Dakota (1995).
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Boost SEO Rank Using Social Signals

Boost SEO Rank Using Social Signals | Market Readers | Scoop.it

Social signals are influencing SEO Rank. 7 out of top 8 SEO Ranking factors today are social in nature. Marketers using back-links and keyword optimization to drive SEO are still not aware of the full potential of social for their SEO needs.

 

To help marketers unlock this latent power of social, ShopSocially and Americaneagle.com conducted a webinar to showcase proven strategies to boost SEO Rank using social signals. Below is the recording of the webinar and the presentation used....


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Inside Market Strategy's curator insight, July 18, 2014 11:53 AM

Great info.  Thanks for posting.

Siva Net's curator insight, July 18, 2014 1:27 PM

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StrutturaFine | pl's curator insight, July 19, 2014 6:11 PM

Anche se Google afferma di non considerare i Social come fattori diretti di ranking, ci sono effetti indiretti rilevanti

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Outscoring deals boost profit at Tata Consultancy Services Limited (NSE:TCS) - Market Readers

Outscoring deals boost profit at Tata Consultancy Services Limited (NSE:TCS) - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
Tata Consultancy Services Limited (NSE:TCS), which has Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) and Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) as its customers, has increased profit at a very faster pace than its rivals Wipro Limited (NSE:WIPRO) and Infosys Ltd (NSE:INFY)
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Asian Trade: 10 Indian Stocks hits the focus list - Market Readers

Asian Trade: 10 Indian Stocks hits the focus list - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
As per the recent trend in the SGX Nifty and Asian trade market. Nifty has approached very close to the resistance equal to 7660 with 10 Indian Stocks.
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RBI ushers in differentiated banking regime; Supermarkets, mobile phone companies, NBFCs can set up banks - Market Readers

RBI ushers in differentiated banking regime; Supermarkets, mobile phone companies, NBFCs can set up banks - Market Readers | Market Readers | Scoop.it
RBI Governor brings in differentiated banking era, releases draft guidlines for Payment Banks and Small Banks
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