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Saudi Arabia, Iraq Stress Commitment to Cut Oil Production

Saudi Arabia and Iraq on Thursday reaffirmed their commitment to reduce their oil production under OPEC’s agreement to curb the global supply gap.

Iraq has stressed that there was no disagreement with Saudi Arabia’s proposals to reduce oil production.

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Lenovo Continues to Gain Momentum in First Quarter FY 2017/18
August 18, 2017

Lenovo Continues to Gain Momentum in First Quarter FY 2017/18

Behind the strength of its 3-wave strategy, Lenovo’s business transformation continued to gain traction during the first quarter, delivering solid profitability in its core PC and smart devices business, and revenue and profit improvements in targeted growth areas, including the data center and mobile businesses.

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Spirent Tests Wi-Fi Network Performance with O2 at the Coca-Cola London Eye
August 18, 2017

Spirent Tests Wi-Fi Network Performance with O2 at the Coca-Cola London Eye Spirent Communications plc (LSE:SPT), today announced its Landslide E10 network test platform has been used with O2 to validate the Wi-Fi network performance and capacity at the Coca-Cola London Eye, before the launch of a new smartphone application last month. Merlin Entertainments plc, operator of the London Eye, wanted to measure its Wi-Fi network performance, to ensure its infrastructure could provide an excellent experience for users of the new app, which puts increased demands on the Wi-Fi network. “The London Eye is a global attraction and the customer experience is a big reason for our success,” said Sunny Jouhal, Coca-Cola London Eye General Manager. “Innovation and technical prowess are......

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Stanford Graduate School of Business Launches Two Educational Opportunities to Empower Youth and Entrepreneurs in Southern Africa
August 17, 2017

Stanford Graduate School of Business Launches Two Educational Opportunities to Empower Youth and Entrepreneurs in Southern Africa Stanford Graduate School of Business (Stanford GSB) today announced a USD $3 million, three-year partnership with De Beers Group to empower young, budding entrepreneurs and owners of established businesses in Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa through two new educational programs launching in 2018. Stanford is expanding two of its successful programs to Southern Africa: the Seed Transformation Program of the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, known as Stanford Seed, and the Stanford Go-to-Market program for accelerating business ventures to market. The two programs are: Seed Transformation Program, a one-year program of intensive sessions on topics such as leadership, strategy, business ethics, accounting, marketing, and value chain innovations. Skilled facilitators assist participants in applying classroom insights, developing......

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Standards institute to facilitate exports to Saudi Arabia
August 17, 2017

The Turkish Standards Institution (TSE) has begun to receive requests from companies as the authorized body to give the 'Saudi quality brand' and 'conformity certificate' required for certain products except food, cosmetics and medical products exported to Saudi Arabia.

TSE President Sebahittin Korkmaz talked about"...

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Lenovo Continues to Gain Momentum in First Quarter FY 2017/18
August 18, 2017

Behind the strength of its 3-wave strategy, Lenovo’s business transformation continued to gain traction during the first quarter, delivering solid profitability in its core PC and smart devices business, and revenue and profit improvements in targeted growth areas, including the data center and mobile businesses.

Fueled by new"...

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Spirent Tests Wi-Fi Network Performance with O2 at the Coca-Cola London Eye
August 18, 2017

Spirent Communications plc (LSE:SPT), today announced its Landslide E10 network test platform has been used with O2 to validate the Wi-Fi network performance and capacity at the Coca-Cola London Eye, before the launch of a new smartphone application last month. Merlin Entertainments plc, operator of the London Eye, wanted to measure its Wi-Fi network performance, to ensure its infrastructure could provide an excellent experience for users of the new app, which puts increased demands on the Wi-Fi network. “The London Eye is a global attraction and the customer experience is a big reason for our success,” said Sunny Jouhal, Coca-Cola London Eye General Manager. “Innovation and technical prowess are......

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