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PepsiCo says it's dropping aspartame from Diet Pepsi in response to customer worries and replacing it with sucralose, another artificial sweetener .
American Airlines Group Inc says it will delay delivery of five Boeing 787 jets in response to slower growth in international travel demand.
Why PM Narendra Modi’s reaching out to clergymen
"Our event will consist of clay, pistol and 'machine gun fun' with shooting competitions with Rob O'Neill," said an invitation to donors, posted by the newspaper.
Statue of Liberty and its surrounding island, one of the most visited monuments in the US, was given the all-clear Friday after being evacuated because of a bomb threat, police said.
Deutsche Bank will cut back investment banking, split off its Postbank retail chain and reduce costs, the group said, in a restructuring plan designed to restore profitability.
BlackBerry Ltd is considering closing its offices in Sweden, a move that would result in the loss of up to 100 jobs, a company spokesperson told.
Fund managers, banks, insurers and pension funds across North America, Asia and Europe have invested in these debt securities christened as ‘Masala bonds’.
Kher said the PM will make a strong pitch to reduce deficit since “if there is a future for India-China trade relations, this issue needs to be sorted out.”
Panel: Make NITI Aayog independent  (25 April 04:45 am) 
The time is opportune for NITI Aayog to comprehensively converge its respective mandate without losing focus on the objective for which it has been created.
Shah moved court after he said the police refused to file an FIR in the case. An FTIL spokesperson did not respond to an ET query till the time of going to press.
Where does all this data go? Some are sold to brands via ad networks, and others are used by companies to streamline the ads shown to specific users.
With Dalal Street nervous, markets may see further correction More than half the NSE 500 stocks slipped below their 200-day moving averages (DMAs), a sign of growing nervousness in the market.
“All we are saying is that since they provide the same service using our network, they should be made to comply with regulations as well,” Vittal said.
Infy on track to beat TCS, Wipro by 2017 | Aims to become $20 bn company by 2020The company has been able to retain the operating margin (EBIT margin) in a band of 24-26% after reporting wild swings
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers two MBA students Rs 4.8 lakh each for internship outside US The foundation has focused on Delhi and NCR (National Capital Region) in the first year, but has
Gates Foundation offers two MBA students Rs 4.8L each for internship outside US The foundation has focused on Delhi and NCR (National Capital Region) in the first year, but has plans to cover more
India Inc pitches for simpler ITR forms  (25 April 03:30 am) 
“We told the finance minister that return forms need to be simpler,” said a businessman who attended the meeting between Jaitley and representatives.
The government should go ahead with the DTC with its good provisions and implement the same within a stipulated deadline along the lines of the GST regime.
“Distractions from personal devices are in all modes of transportation — we’re seeing that more and more,” said Keith Holloway, a spokesman for the safety board.
Healthcare cos on a seven-year tear have been top performers, helping to push broad stock indexes, but traders are now looking to protect themselves from a selloff.
I believe that’s still very underestimated by the markets, given how difficult it is going to be for David Cameron to form a government on most current projections.
“This is part of developing as a hub,” Heikki Koski, vice president for passenger management at Helsinki Airport-owner Finavia Oyj, said in an interview.
“This is part of developing as a hub,” Heikki Koski, vice president for passenger management at Helsinki Airport-owner Finavia Oyj, said in an interview.
In the High Court the BJP run state has insisted that the ban is not religious in motivation – which would be discriminatory – but purely practical.