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Sonal Khetarpal
July 2, 2016
Emojis have been around since the late 1990s, but they became ubiquitous only in the past few years. Now brand strategists and marketers are beginning to use them in their communications as well.


Goutam Das
December 2, 2015
While India's growing economy and favourable demographics is a natural pull, the fast evolving Indian consumer is perhaps making this a right time for burger bigwigs to enter.


ANI
London, November 4, 2015
The emoji keyboard has been invented by company EmojiWorks and is compatible with Mac's OS X El Capitan and Windows 10 computer operating systems, alongside Apple's iOS 9 for iPad.


ANI
Washington, April 9, 2015
The update is also said to have improved stability, overall performance and fixed bugs for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, third-party keyboards and a host of other apps.


Shezray Husain, Feroz Khan and Waqas Mirza
Delhi, September 22, 2014
This case study looks at how the world's largest coffee retailer achieved this turnaround by aligning its operations with customer demands through social media.


Michael Liedtke
San Francisco , April 25, 2014
Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe Systems have settled a class-action lawsuit alleging they conspired to prevent their engineers and other highly sought technology workers from getting better job offers from one another.


www.businesstoday.in
February 7, 2014
Featuring: The Smiley Company's Nicolas Loufrani, Author Daniel Yergin, Punj Lloyd's J.P. Chalasani, Foodhall's Avni Biyani, Polaris' Ross Clifford and InvestHK's Simon Galpin.


Ajita Shashidhar
January 17, 2014
Of the 4.5 million followers, the Smiley Company has on Facebook, half a million come from India. \"Therefore,India is a market that the $167 million company couldn't afford to overlook for long,\" says Nicolas Loufrani, its CEO.


Goutam Das and E. Kumar Sharma
August 14, 2012
Business Today investigation reveals there are many worms crawling out of the information technology industry's recruitment can that has been prised open by one scandal after another. To address the malaise, placement officers will need to do more along with structural changes.


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