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Date: 2013-02-12
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Nielsen boosts TCS contract to $2.5 billion
US-NIELSEN-TCS:Nielsen boosts TCS contract to $2.5 billion
(Reuters) - Nielsen Holdings NV, best known for its TV ratings, increased the size of its contract with India's top software services exporter, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, to $2.5 billion from $1 billion.

The expanded contract, among TCS's largest, comes at a time when there are...


BlackBerry shares drop as Home Depot switches to iPhone
US-BLACKBERRY-HOMEDEPOT-SHARES:BlackBerry shares drop as Home Depot switches to iPhone
TORONTO (Reuters) - Shares of BlackBerry fell 3 percent on Monday after U.S. home improvement retailer Home Depot Inc said it is replacing the BlackBerry smartphones it provides its executives and managers with Apple Inc's iPhone.

The news is a setback for BlackBerry as it fights to re...


Fashion designers go digital to reach broadest audience
US-FASHION-NEWYORK-SOCIALMEDIA:Fashion designers go digital to reach broadest audience
By Patricia Reaney

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hundreds of fashion designers are showing their fall and winter 2013 collections at New York Fashion Week, but not all of them are on the runway.

The semi-annual event, which is followed by fashion weeks in London, Paris and Mil...


Nutrition Apps: Knowing What`s Going Inside
Nutrition apps have a wide user base to target, including athletes, foodies and the general health-conscious consumer. Here`s what developers need to know to succeed in this category.

Insight: Apple and Samsung, frenemies for life
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:Insight: Apple and Samsung, frenemies for life
By Poornima Gupta and Miyoung Kim and Dan Levine

SAN FRANCISCO/SEOUL (Reuters) - It was the late Steve Jobs' worst nightmare.

A powerful Asian manufacturer, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, uses Google Inc's Android software to create smartphones and tablets that c...


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