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Aug 27, 2015

REWIND: International Business News #106

In this week’s REWIND of international business news:

Tesla Stock Soars As One Of Its Vehicles Exceeds Highest Ratings

Tesla stock gained over 6% late in the week of August 24th on news that Consumer Reports rated its all-wheel drive, battery-powered Model S P85D vehicle a 103 (out of 100). The Model S P85D received this off the charts rating because of the vehicle’s “exceptionally strong performance.”  Jake Fisher, Consumer Reports’ head of automotive testing, told Bloomberg: “This is a glimpse into what we can expect down the line, where we have cars with the performance of supercars and the comfort, convenience and safety features of a luxury car while still being extremely energy efficient.”

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Aug 06, 2015

REWIND: International Business News #105

In this week’s REWIND of international business news:

Look Who’s Calling

Investment continues to flow to tech companies that can show user growth. Caller ID app Truecaller is reportedly in the talks to raise $100mm at a $1 billion valuation. Isn’t caller ID free and readily available? Well, not everywhere. Truecaller was founded in Sweden and has found a niche in countries like India.» Read More

Jul 31, 2015

REWIND: International Business News #104

In this week’s REWIND of international business news,

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Jul 23, 2015

REWIND: International Business News #103

In this week’s REWIND of international business news,

Financial Times to be sold by Parent company: Pearson Plc.

Pearson Plc. is in advanced talks to sell the FT Group – owner of the Financial Times newspaper and a stake in the Economist magazine. The Financial Times may draw interest from media companies such as German media group Axel Springer SE as well as investors in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.» Read More

May 14, 2015

REWIND: International Business News #102

In this week’s REWIND of international business news,

Food Giants Continue to Grow

Two European supermarket operating giants have announced that they have entered early-stage discussions about a merger.  If combined, Ahold, the Dutch supermarket operator and owner of Stop & Shop and Giant grocery stores, and Delhaize Group, the Belgium based owner of Food Lion grocery stores, would constitute a 25.6 euro supermarket giant. » Read More

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