Videos @ newkerala.com
Welcome
Login / Register

Business


  • 01:17 Popular China Denies Emissions Have Already Peaked

    China Denies Emissions Have Already Peaked

    by Added 117 Views / 0 Likes

    A new study suggests the world's top polluter, China, has made some significant strides in bringing greenhouse gases under control. Correspondent Eve Johnson explains why Beijing is less than thrilled about the new report.

  • 01:13 Zte Deals With U.s. Restrictions

    Zte Deals With U.s. Restrictions

    by Added 100 Views / 0 Likes

    The Chinese telecom maker urged its American suppliers to apply for U.S. export licenses so it can get the parts it needs to make its products. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:46 Popular Bse Closes 12.75 Points Down On March 8

    Bse Closes 12.75 Points Down On March 8

    by Added 103 Views / 0 Likes

    New Delhi, Mar 8 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 12.75 points up to stand at 24,659.23. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 0.05points down to stand at 7,485.30.Unitech Ltd and Pipavav Defence and Offshore Eng Ltd were

  • 01:46 Break Point For Sharapova And Sponsors?

    Break Point For Sharapova And Sponsors?

    by Added 71 Views / 0 Likes

    Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer and Porsche have dropped sponsorship deal with Maria Sharapova after the Russian tennis star said she had failed a drug test. As Ivor Bennett reports, it follows a similar decision by Nike.

  • 01:42 Popular Vw's Jobs Plea To U.s. Over Emissions

    Vw's Jobs Plea To U.s. Over Emissions

    by Added 111 Views / 0 Likes

    Volkswagen may have to cut jobs in the United States, Europe and elsewhere depending on how big a fine has to be paid for its manipulation of diesel emissions tests. That's the warning from the carmaker's top labour official. Sonia Legg reports

  • 01:26 Popular Bank Of England Warns Of Brexit Risks

    Bank Of England Warns Of Brexit Risks

    by Added 113 Views / 0 Likes

    BOE governor Mark Carney faces probing questions from UK politicians as the central bank prepares for the economic fallout from a referendum on EU membership - and warns of the impact on the economy and on the UK as a banking sector hub. David Pollard rep

  • 01:16 Rwe Turns The Heat On Uk's Npower

    Rwe Turns The Heat On Uk's Npower

    by Added 86 Views / 0 Likes

    RWE will cut 2,400 jobs at Britain's npower where the German utility's subsidiary reports deeper fourth-quarter losses and an accelerating outflow of customers. Hayley Platt reports

  • 00:24 Popular Iphone Users Are App Crazy, Finicky Customers

    Iphone Users Are App Crazy, Finicky Customers

    by Added 115 Views / 0 Likes

    iPhone app downloads are high, but the attention span of its users are quite low.

  • 01:14 Popular Japan Shuns Fukushima 'dark Tourism'

    Japan Shuns Fukushima 'dark Tourism'

    by Added 108 Views / 0 Likes

    It was billed as a future hot spot for disaster tourism but a plan by Japanese entrepreneurs to bring visitors to the Fukushima nuclear plant now lies in tatters. Graham Mackay reports

  • 01:01 S&p Closes Above 2,000

    S&p Closes Above 2,000

    by Added 71 Views / 0 Likes

    A spike in energy shares offset declines in large-cap technology names, lifing the S&P 500 to a two-month high. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:21 Disney's Zootopia's Fierce Box Office Win

    Disney's Zootopia's Fierce Box Office Win

    by Added 88 Views / 0 Likes

    Disney's Zootopia brought in $73.7 million over the weekend, further cementing the media conglomerate's status as an animation powerhouse. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:00 Obama: "not True" That Wall Street Regulation Too Lax

    Obama: "not True" That Wall Street Regulation Too Lax

    by Added 71 Views / 0 Likes

    President Barack Obama defended his efforts to rein in Wall Street, saying that his administration cracked down financial firms after the crisis of 2007-2009. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

RSS