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  • Egyptian Company for Metal Processing
    Egyptian Company for Metal Processing
    15 Jun 2011 | Enterprises news
    The company was founded in 1966 in Cairo for Egyptian industry adds to the many years of experience in the field of manufacturing spare parts, which serves many sectors related to the following industries, for example,but not limited to:- 1-home appliances 2-Engineering services 3 -areas of mining...
  • AVO Carbon is a leading manufacture of carbon brushes and assemblies
    AVO Carbon is a leading manufacture of carbon brushes and assemblies
    8 Jun 2011 | Enterprises news
    AVO Carbon is a leader in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of carbon brushes and brush assemblies for the automotive and consumer good (power tools, home appliances, etc.)industries. Our company has been serving these markets for over 80 years and was formerly a division of the Carbone Lorraine...
  • Middle East Factory
    Middle East Factory
    30 May 2011 | Enterprises news
    Gathering the experiences from all over Egypt, ENG. Adbel Ghani created one of Egypt's well-known Factories in pure Egyptian cotton spinning and weavering, he came out with Osama Tex. 22 years of high experiences and excellent 100 cotton fabricated clothes. He developed the highest standards in manufacturing...
  • AVO Carbon is a leading manufacture of carbon brushes and assemblies
    AVO Carbon is a leading manufacture of carbon brushes and assemblies
    27 May 2011 | Enterprises news
    AVO Carbon is a leader in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of carbon brushes and brush assemblies for the automotive and consumer good (power tools, home appliances, etc.)industries. Our company has been serving these markets for over 80 years and was formerly a division of the Carbone Lorraine...
  • Bita Trading GmbH
    Bita Trading GmbH
    25 May 2011 | Enterprises news
    Leading manufacturer of high quality lubricating materials and car care products Behind the brand BIZOL is a leading manufacturer of high quality lubricating materials and car care products. All oils and additives of the brand BIZOL are produced in Germany. Our modern plants guarantee the highest quality...
  • Honda to lower CR-V exports to US to reduce fx impact
    Honda to lower CR-V exports to US to reduce fx impact
    2 Feb 2011 | Enterprises news
    Honda Motor Co is looking to make small investments in North America to build more of its popular CR-V crossovers there, reducing exports from Japan to cushion the blow from a strong yen, an executive said. "Our profit structure has improved mainly thanks to robust overseas operations, and the toughest...
  • Google is hiring for at least 6,200 jobs
    Google is hiring for at least 6,200 jobs
    26 Jan 2011 | Enterprises news
    Google Inc. plans to hire more than 6,200 workers this year in the biggest expansion yet by the Internet's most profitable company. The hiring spree will likely be welcomed by President Barack Obama, who emphasized the need for more jobs in his State of the Union address Tuesday. Google CEO Eric Schmidt...
  • Coca puts fizz in new energy drink
    Coca puts fizz in new energy drink
    20 Jan 2011 | Enterprises news
    A pale green energy drink made from coca leaves has given Bolivian President Evo Morales a boost as he tries to persuade the United Nations to scrap a ban on the traditional Andean practice of chewing the leaves. Coca is the raw material for making cocaine, but Bolivians have chewed the leaves for centuries...
  • Report: Facebook investment values company at $50 billion
    Report: Facebook investment values company at $50 billion
    4 Jan 2011 | Enterprises news
    A reported investment by Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor of $500 million in Facebook is a further sign that the social networking behemoth is becoming a powerful force even outside tech circles, even as the company tries to push off going public as long as possible. The investment implies that...
  • Paul Allen refiles suit against web giants
    Paul Allen refiles suit against web giants
    30 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has refiled a patent lawsuit against a host of web companies, including Google and Apple, after an earlier attempt was rebuffed by a judge for being too vague. The revised complaint was filed in Seattle Tuesday and alleged that companies such as Facebook, Google, YouTube...
  • Dell became No.1 without using the most powerful ad medium
    Dell became No.1 without using the most powerful ad medium
    29 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    2010 saw folks at Dell, the world's No.2 personal computer maker, finally uncork the bubbly. After having set for itself the task of becoming the No.1 PC brand in India back in 2007, the company finally managed to check all the boxes, one by one, over the last four quarters. An early sign of Dell's...
  • Google has travel industry worried
    Google has travel industry worried
    28 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Google has a knack for making waves when it pushes into new arenas, and online travel is no exception. Six months ago, Google said it wanted to buy the company that made it easy for travelers to compare airfares, ITA Software, for $700 million. Since then, the biggest players in online travel have drawn...
  • Maruti's 'made in India' car to rev up by ’12
    Maruti's 'made in India' car to rev up by ’12
    21 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India's (MSI) 'made in India' car will hit the roads by 2012 and the company is likely to finalize the design within the next six months. "It is likely that the made in India car will be positioned along with MSI's bestselling model Alto," a source said....
  • Sony warns may fall short of LCD TV sales target
    Sony warns may fall short of LCD TV sales target
    20 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Sony Corp's LCD TV sales will likely fall slightly short of a targeted 60 percent rise in unit terms this financial year, a senior executive said, with new 3D TVs unable to resuscitate soft sales in mature markets. Sony Executive Deputy President Hiroshi Yoshioka said in an interview with Reuters and...
  • Facebook sales likely to hit $2 billion this year
    Facebook sales likely to hit $2 billion this year
    17 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    $2 billion That's how much Facebook expects to generate in sales this year, more than double 2009's revenue of $800 million, according to people familiar with the forecast. The privately held social-networking site's half-billion-plus users make it attractive to big-name advertisers including Coca-Cola...
  • Yahoo preparing to lay off 600 to 700 workers
    Yahoo preparing to lay off 600 to 700 workers
    14 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Yahoo Inc.'s holiday trimmings will include 600 to 700 layoffs in the Internet company's latest shake-up triggered by lackluster growth.  Employees could be notified of the job cuts as early as Tuesday, according to a person familiar with Yahoo's plans. The person asked for anonymity because Yahoo hadn't...
  • Pepsi's Deal for Wimm-Bill-Dann: A Rich Price for the Russian Company?
    Pepsi's Deal for Wimm-Bill-Dann: A Rich Price for the Russian Company?
    10 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Last month, I wrote about CEO Indra Nooyi's changes at PepsiCo (PEP). The company is shifting its focus from carbonated beverages to juices, teas, sports drinks and healthy foods. By 2020, it plans to build a $30 billion global nutrition business. Well, before it ever conceived that plan, Pepsi has...
  • Google delays market debut of Chrome OS computers
    Google delays market debut of Chrome OS computers
    8 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    Google Inc. is postponing the market debut of the first computers running on its highly anticipated operating system by about six months to give its engineers more time to fine-tune the software. Under a new timetable announced Tuesday, Google expects the first machines powered by the operating system...
  • Report: AOL considers breakup, merger with Yahoo
    Report: AOL considers breakup, merger with Yahoo
    7 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    A published report says AOL Inc. is considering breaking itself up and then combining its content division with Yahoo Inc. The news agency Reuters said Monday AOL's plans are in the exploratory stage and that the internet company has not approached Yahoo. Reuters cites unidentified people close to the...
  • EU launches huge Google anti-trust probe
    EU launches huge Google anti-trust probe
    1 Dec 2010 | Enterprises news
    European regulators are tackling a puzzle that could shift the balance of power on the internet: Is Google stifling competition by juicing its search results to favor its services over its rivals? Hoping to find an answer, regulators announced an investigation that will take the first major look into...
  • Ford opens new China dealerships as sales expand
    Ford opens new China dealerships as sales expand
    25 Nov 2010 | Enterprises news
    Ford Motor is adding 100 new dealerships in China this year, raising its total number of outlets to 340, as it courts new car buyers in provincial cities. Like other major automakers, Ford is looking to emerging markets for growth lost in the U.S. and other traditional strongholds. It expects 70 percent...
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    AIG puts rail - car unit up for sale: report
    22 Nov 2010 | Enterprises news
    Bailed-out insurer AIG has put its rail-car unit up for sale, though trade buyers are complaining of being excluded from the auction, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The paper said the assets of AIG Rail Services have a book value of about $660 million but it was not clear how much American...
  • Earnings per share rise after two years
    Earnings per share rise after two years
    22 Nov 2010 | Enterprises news
    While the earnings of sensex companies were largely in line with estimates during the second quarter of the current fiscal, companies with large global operations such as Tata Motors accounted for most of the increase in profit growth. The profit after tax (PAT) of 29 out of the 30 sensex companies...
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