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Apple, Nasdaq and UIDAI To Be First-Time Recruiters At IIT-Madras

Some of the companies coming first time for the placement drive are UBS AG, Alvarez and Marsal India Pvt Ltd, Country Garden, Halma India Pvt Ltd, Rubrik and Sekisui Chemical

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Roku Connects With Investors In Debut, Shares Soar Over 67 Percent

Shares of video streaming firm Roku Inc rose more than 67 percent in their market debut on Thursday, giving the U.S. IPO market a much-needed shot in the arm.

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US Regulator Halts Trade In mysterious $35 Billion OTC Stock

Neuromama was valued at $4.73 billion on Jan. 15, 2014, when it had 630.1 million shares outstanding, according to a regulatory filing

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Clean Motion Gets Listed On Nasdaq First North Exchange

The board decided to take advantage of the subscription option, which meant that the issued amount was increased to 2.8 million

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Demystifying Blockchain: A Potential Catalyst For New Age Financial Markets

While a lot of regulatory skepticism does exist on the future of crypto currencies like the Bitcoin, the future of the technology powering it is sure to find greater acceptance

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Global Turmoil Pulls India Down; GDP Optimism Ignored

Global markets continued to remain edgy and volatile with Japanese stocks collapsing more than 5 per cent and its bond yields plunging to below zero even as markets across North-East to South East Asia, including China took a breather for Lunar New Year

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LinkedIn Sheds $11 Billion In Value On Stock's Worst Day Since Debut

At least nine brokerages downgraded the stock to "hold" from "buy", saying the company's lofty valuation was no longer justified

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Technology Rout Pushes Nasdaq To Lowest Close Since 2014

LinkedIn drops 43.6 per cent after a weak forecast; Facebook, Alphabet Amazon also decline as investors fear the economy, and corporate spending, are slowing

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