About Author : Satarupa De

Satarupa De

Satarupa currently works as a associate content writer at AlgosOnline. An electrical engineer by qualification, she worked for two years in the electrical domain before switching her professional genre. Following her childhood passion, she opted for a career in writing and now pens down articles pertaining to market research. Her other areas of interest include reading, ink drawing, and singing.



Contribution By Satarupa De


BASF and PI industries enter into a strategic collaboration that aims to change overall agrochemical market dynamics

BASF, a renowned name in the global chemical and agriculture market and PI Industries, a notable agrochemical company, have recently signed an agreement to create a strategic model that will offer effective crop protection solutions to farmers. This ...

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McClarin Plastics expands its business in Oklahoma, firm plans to increase the workforce base in Oklahoma City

McClarin Plastics, a pioneer of fiberglass reinforced, composite, and thermoformed plastics is all set to expand its business base in central and southwest region of U.S., with its recent investment in Oklahoma-based Custom Composites. Though the fin...

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Roquette expands its business horizon in pharmaceutical excipients market

Roquette, a global supplier of plant based innovative pharmaceutical ingredients has recently announced its strategic acquisition of the renowned Brazilian tablet maker, Itacel, which is essentially a subdivision of the well-known excipients manufact...

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Nestle holds a major stake in the purchase of Freshly, the US-based ready meal delivery startup

Nestle is ready to hone its distribution network in the fast changing U.S. retail market with its announcement of acquiring a minority stake in the New York based ready meal start up, Freshly. The announcement of the deal has come just after few days...

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Medtronic PLC signs outcome based diabetes deal with Aetna for offering enhanced value based services

Medtronic Plc., the Dublin based medical device manufacturer, has recently announced an outcome based agreement with Aetna, the healthcare insurer, for patients suffering from type 1 and type 2 diabetes, who are currently using Medtronic insulin inje...

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Merck, Pfizer, & Corning team up on a new packaging glass vial project, venture likely to bring about 4,000 high-tech jobs for Americans

The United States recently witnessed one of the biggest pacts in the pharmaceutical and glass market with the announcement of the strategic collaboration between pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer with New York based glass manufacturer, Corning I...

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Nestle to face a legal controversy over Poland Spring Water, having been alleged as a ‘colossal fraud’

Nestle, one of the leading giants of the food and beverage industry seems to be in a legal dispute with one of its bottled water brands. Poland Spring Water, manufactured by Nestle has been slammed with the Federal lawsuit this week, claiming it to b...

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Waymo launches a public education campaign to bring awareness about self-driving vehicles

Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Alphabet Inc., has recently launched a public education campaign titled ‘Let's Talk Self-Driving’ with an aim to eradicate the cynicism that many Americans possess related to autonomous technology. ...

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Walmart launches its app-based swift return service

This Tuesday, the retail space witnessed one of the biggest scoops with Walmart announcing the launch of streamlined return process that is claimed to shrink the return processing time of an item significantly. Allegedly, the retail giant, through it...

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HSBC settles French money laundering tax fraud case for EUR 300 million

HSBC Private Bank, the Swiss subsidiary of the British giant, has apparently reached an agreement with the French Government to circumvent a trial for money laundering tax fraud. Reportedly, the banking mammoth has agreed to pay a fine of almost GBP ...

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EPA gives the nod to Central Australia based Arafura’s Nolans Project

After years of dealing with the strenuous assessment process, the Central Australia based rare earth mine project has apparently received an approval by the Northern Territory EPA (Environment Protection Authority). Despite recognizing the radioactiv...

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SPH and Samsung team up to cooperate on marketing initiatives

Singapore Press Holdings, the renowned media organization, has recently inked a deal with the tech giant Samsung Electronics, to help each other’s merchandizing and technology initiatives. As per reports, this strategic partnership that was dis...

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Grab’s latest shared bike app paves way into Singapore market

Ride-hailing giant Grab is apparently venturing into the personal mobility device space with the launch of its latest mobile app. Dubbed as GrabCycle, this new mobile app would give users the access to shared e-scooters and bikes from several operato...

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Lidl commits on curtailing plastic waste by eliminating reusable bags

In response to the rising crisis of plastic waste in UK, Lidl has apparently promised to bringdown reusable plastic bags in the nation. The German discount supermarket retailer, this Friday, has made it to the headlines with the announcement of its d...

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Keppel Corp signs a deal with AWILCO to build semi-submersible rig

Keppel Offshore & Marine has apparently been awarded a contract of USD 425 million from AWILCO Drilling Plc to build a midwater, semi-submersible harsh-environment drilling rig. Allegedly, under the agreement, the yard group is supposed to comple...

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Fitters commences sale of renewable energy to Tenaga Nasional Bhd

Ezion Holdings, a Singapore based firm operating across oil & gas business, is predicted to raise nearly S$50 million through the issuing of shares to its strategic shareholder Temasek Holdings. According to authentic sources, the Temasek-linked ...

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Halliburton Co. acquires Summit ESP to strengthen its artificial lift business

In a bid to hone its artificial lift business, Houston-based oilfield services giant, Halliburton Co. has recently announced that it plans to acquire Summit ESP Inc., the renowned American oilfield equipment provider headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma....

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Amazon to penetrate global B2B market, stretching beyond its conventional consumer base

Having sustained for almost two decades in the online retail space, the contribution of the multibillion dollar behemoth, Amazon, has been magnificent in the e-commerce industry. Anticipating the same success as their B2C market, the online giant rec...

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Alibaba teams up with China Unicom to expand its presence in the telecom sector by seeking SME brands

In a bid to respond to the communication demand of myriad small and medium scale business enterprises across China, e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, is ready to bet big in the nation’s telecom space.  Though plans have not yet been revealed...

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Saudi Aramco expands in India’s growing oil market, launches a new unit in Gurgaon

Saudi Aramco is on the verge of expanding its oil venture in India with the official launch of its recent unit near Delhi, as the global oil exporter seeks to tap opportunities in one of the world’s largest energy markets. This Monday, India&rs...

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Vitol to buy Noble’s oil liquid business for USD 580 million

Embattled commodity trader, Noble Group has recently agreed to sell its U.S. based oil business to Vitol in a bid to pare down debt, amidst speculations of former having faced a major blow in the third quarter. Reportedly, Vitol, claimed to be the la...

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Qatar Airways procures 9.6% stake in Cathay Pacific Airways

The renowned Middle East airline, Qatar Airways, has recently announced its plans to buy a 9.6% stake in Cathay Pacific. Reportedly, the Doha based airline will complete the deal by buying Cathay’s stake from Hong Kong based Kingboard Chemical ...

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Tesla buys Minneapolis based Perbix to combat automation challenges

The leading American automaker, Tesla, Inc., has reportedly, confirmed the acquisition of Perbix, the automated machine maker, in a bid to ramp up the production of its new model. Experts claim that the deal stands on a long-term partnership between ...

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BCE forays into connected home market with AlarmForce acquisition

BCE Inc., the telecom behemoth, is apparently pushing its connected home business portfolio with the acquisition of AlarmForce, the Canada based home security and home automation giant for a valuation worth USD 166 million. Reportedly, the deal would...

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Tesco’s Booker acquisition receives UK regulator’s provincial approval

Tesco’s takeover of Booker, the food wholesale operator, in a bid worth USD 4.9 billion, has been provisionally cleared by the UK competition watchdog, this Thursday. Reportedly, an in-depth investigation has been conducted by the Competition a...

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Nestle announced its decision to overhaul infant nutrition business

In what may be touted as an attempt to prioritize on faster growing business verticals, Nestle, the food and beverage giant has apparently declared its decision to reorganize its infant-nutrition division, especially amidst the speculation of the com...

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FortisBC to supply for Canada’s first LNG shipment to China

This Thursday, Canada’s LNG export market has apparently reached a new milestone with the news of its first shipment of 950 GJ of liquified natural gas to China.  Reportedly, for the project, FortisBC’s Tilbury facility in Delta has ...

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GFG bids for coking coal assets, plans to buy Glencore’s Tahmoor mine

In a bid to establish a strong presence in Australia, GFG alliance, the British conglomerate, apparently, is in talks to acquire to Glencore Plc’s Tahmoor coal mine located in New South Wales. As reported, the latest move taken by the Liberty H...

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Billabong gives the nod for the firm’s takeover by Boardriders

Iconic Australian surf brand, Billabong International Limited, this Thursday, has made it to the headlines with its announcement of entering into an agreement with Boardriders, in a bid to sell the company for almost USD 380 million. Under the propos...

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Google acquires LogMeln’s Xively to expand its cloud business

In what can be touted as an attempt to reinforce its cloud business, Google, this Thursday, has apparently declared its plan of buying the IoT software provider, Xively.  Reportedly, the American internet search giant has agreed to pay USD 50 mi...

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MHI Thermal Systems unveils 19 new air conditioners in Japan market

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems Ltd., the subsidiary owned by the globally renowned Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is on its way to launch 19 advanced air conditioner models in its home ground.  As claimed by the Japanese electronics gi...

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Japan Team maps vast reserves of rare earth elements in deep sea mud

In what may prove to be another milestone for APAC rare earth metals market, Japanese researchers have recently unveiled an extensive mapping project of rare earth reserves in deep sea mud. The deposit, which is found entirely within the country&rsqu...

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Nexgram to distribute EVs across SEA via Zhida Group’s partnership

Renowned Malaysia based tech behemoth, Nexgram Holdings Bhd is apparently venturing into the electric vehicle business in collaboration with a Chinese supplier. If reports are to be relied on, the company has penned down an agreement with the Shangha...

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Roquette’s investment in Northern France pea processing unit to reinforce its leadership over the global market

Roquette, a pioneer in plant-based food ingredients, with their recent announcement of investing over EUR 40 million in their new North American pea protein processing project in Vic-sur-Aisne, is all set to add a new feather in the company’s p...

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Ford Motor Company to shift Focus production in China by the middle of 2019 to reduce tooling costs

Ford Motor Company, one of the key players of global automotive market, has recently taken a decision that highlights the company’s shifting landscape of small car production. It has been reported that Ford Motors would centralize its next gene...

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Toshiba Corp. in talks with Foxconn and Western Digital Corp over USD 18 billion chip business

Toshiba Corp. is ready to kickstart a bidding war with its recent announcement of reviving its chip processor business worth a stupendous USD 18 billion. Reportedly, the Japanese consumer electronics giant has depicted an interest in Taiwan-based Fox...

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Merck commits toward the elimination of schistosomiasis by collaborating with Baylor College of Medicine

Vaccine experts have long overlooked the necessity of developing products for diseases that are more prevalent in poor countries while prioritizing on other lucrative projects. Contrary to this conventional approach, Merck and Baylor College of Medic...

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Spark Therapeutics’ injectable therapy waits for FDA approval

A panel of federal health advisers has recently endorsed an experimental approach for patients affected with hereditary blindness, setting the stage for the FDA approval of a groundbreaking gene therapy treatment. Reportedly, a board of experts from ...

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MIT introduces AI based breast cancer diagnostic model

This Thursday, the breast cancer therapeutics industry space witnessed one of the biggest scoops of recent times, with MIT unveiling an AI based model that would be able to detect breast cancer much more efficiently and accurately.  Reportedly, ...

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Avior signs a multi-year deal with Boeing 737 Max airplane program

Avior Integrated Products, the renowned Canadian aerospace manufacturer, has recently made it to the headlines with the announcement of its multi-year contract with Boeing, the American aerospace conglomerate. Reportedly, Avior Integrated Products wo...

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MYOB acquires Reckon’s accounting business for USD 180 million

MYOB, the Australia based accounting software conglomerate, has recently penned a deal of USD 180 million with Reckon for acquiring the latter’s accounting group division, in a bid to step up its position in the highly competitive software acco...

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Shell’s venture with carmakers to boost EV charging industry in Europe

Royal Dutch Shell has apparently extended a hand of interest to partner with some of the world’s largest automakers in a bid to expand its electric vehicle charging business in Europe. The move comes on the heels of the fact that the rising dem...

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Airbus’s cutdown of A380 production to solely depend on Emirates deal

Airbus, the European aeronautical conglomerate, in all plausibility, would phase out the production of the A380 superjumbo, if it fails to win Dubai’s Emirates deal, as per the recent reports. Despite the company’s hefty airline investmen...

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EU approves Greek auction scheme for renewable electricity production

In what seems to be another spectacular scoop in Europe’s renewable energy cosmos, the Greek auction scheme has recently received the European Commission approval to produce electricity from high-efficiency cogeneration and renewable energy sou...

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Crumble to come under Australian ownership via Nestle-Robern Menz deal

Iconic Swiss food giant, Nestle, has apparently entered an agreement with South Australian choco-lord, Robern Menz, to sell its Violet Crumble brand. Reportedly, through this acquisition, the renowned FruChocs manufacturer would get an exclusive righ...

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Lubrizol unveils compounding line in China polymers industry

In what may be touted as an attempt to serve the increasing demand for TPU and specialty compounds, Lubrizol Corporation has recently inaugurated its new compounding production line in Songjiang. Reportedly, the decision of expanding in China is a pa...

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Lanxess to open a thermoplastic compounding line at Krefeld-Uerdingen

Renowned bulk and specialty chemicals industry giant Lanxess has recently made it to the headlines with the announcement of its new production line in Germany. The company has apparently commissioned a thermoplastic specialty compounding line in Kref...

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