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Snapdeal acquires Silicon Valley startup Reduce Data

The acquisition is intended to strengthen Snapdeal's discovery platform as the e-commerce major competes head-on with giants like Flipkart and Amazon.

The company said the contract has been bagged to construct ballastless tracks for Riyadh metro 1 and 2 on design and build basis.
The deal announced in May this year, will be a major consolidation in the Indian supermarket business and would create a Rs 15,000-crore behemoth.

Timesaverz is an on-demand home services startup that operates in five metros.
Klesch Group walked away from talks to buy the division citing rising energy costs and Chinese imports as ruining the UK steel industry.
Apple is expanding its foothold in the enterprise arena at a time when iPad sales are shrinking.
Besides, Airtel will also become Uber's official telecom partner across India by offering mobile, data and device plans to Uber driver-partners.
With this acquisition, is now the only online real estate listing platform to own a developer CRM company.
Thomas Cook will take all 1,800 employees of Kuoni's Travel business unit and continue to run the business activities as an "independent entity".
Sony said it is also mulling over manufacturing smartphones in the country and may even look at setting up its own plant at a later stage.