Massachusetts Regulators to Decide on Issue of Limiting time and Money for Gamblers

Massachusetts Regulators to Decide on Issue of Limiting time and Money for Gambl

Though it is a very rarely used strategy for addressing gambling addiction, yet the regulators of Massachusetts may call for casinos to allow their customers to volunteer for a limit on how much money and time they expend on slot machines.

More People Are Expected to Travel by Road during the Thanksgiving Holiday, due to Drop in Fuel Price

More People Are Expected to Travel by Road during the Thanksgiving Holiday, due

As the busiest travel days approach, there is some good as well as bad news for travellers. People travelling by road are rejoicing the fall in gas prices whereas those planning to book flights face rising fares.

Sotheby’s CEO, William Ruprecht to Step Down

Sotheby’s CEO, William Ruprecht to Step Down

William Ruprecht, the chief executive of Sotheby's, the well-known auction house will be moving out from his chair after serving the role with the company for fourteen years.

On Thursday, Sotheby's said that Mr Ruprecht would step down from his post by "mutual agreement" when a suitable successor is appointed.

Alibaba does well in the American Bond Market

Alibaba does well in the American Bond Market

As there is a high demand for high-quality investments in the U. S market and the supply out runs the demand, the e-commerce giant Alibaba, from China seems to be gaining in a big way.

Target's Holiday Season Sales Expected to Fetch Good Results

Target's Holiday Season Sales Expected to Fetch Good Results

Last year Target, the big retailer had a choppy time during the Christmas sale season as it was hit with a major data breach. The effect continued even at the beginning of 2014 as the retailer made an effort to regain the confidence and trust of its customers.

Uber’s New York Office Executive Investigated for Spying on Journalist

Uber’s New York Office Executive Investigated for Spying on Journalist

Uber, the car sharing service which has grown to an $18 billion company from a startup in just four years have made many enemies in its way with its aggressive tactics. The company's enemies include taxi drivers, local regulators and even some journalists.

China’s Factory Gauge in November Dropped to a Six Month Low

China’s Factory Gauge in November Dropped to a Six Month Low

A measure of Chinese factory activities showed that it in November it has dropped to a six-month low. This figure surely generates some concern and indicates that, it is time for introducing some broader stimulus in order to stop the slowdown in economic activities of the second-largest economy of the world.

Fed Debate Continues Regarding Tightening of Pace After the First Rate Increase Next Year

Fed Debate Continues Regarding Tightening of Pace After the First Rate Increase

During the meeting that was held last month, the central bank had decided to end its bond buying programme aimed as a method to boost the economy. It cited the improving labour market as one of the greatest gauges. The central bank also repeatedly pledged to maintain a low rate of interest for a "considerable time."

San Diego Gives Green Signal to Landmark Water Recycling Plans

San Diego Gives Green Signal to Landmark Water Recycling Plans

On Tuesday to in a big step towards larger water independence, unanimously the San Diego City Council approved plans for long term recycling of sewage into drinking water. Advanced scientific techniques will be used for the process.

NHTSA Urges Takata to Recall Faulty Air-Bags Nationwide

NHTSA Urges Takata to Recall Faulty Air-Bags Nationwide

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA for some time has been investigating the defective air-bag inflators from Takata which could malfunction when exposed to considerable high humidity weathers.

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Massachusetts Regulators to Decide on Issue of Limiting time and Money for Gambl
More People Are Expected to Travel by Road during the Thanksgiving Holiday, due
Sotheby’s CEO, William Ruprecht to Step Down
Alibaba does well in the American Bond Market
Target's Holiday Season Sales Expected to Fetch Good Results
Uber’s New York Office Executive Investigated for Spying on Journalist
China’s Factory Gauge in November Dropped to a Six Month Low
Fed Debate Continues Regarding Tightening of Pace After the First Rate Increase
San Diego Gives Green Signal to Landmark Water Recycling Plans
NHTSA Urges Takata to Recall Faulty Air-Bags Nationwide
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