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Intel Plans to Use External Factories to Source Chip Subcomponents - TSMC Partnerships are Detailed

Intel released fresh information on its turnaround strategy for sourcing semiconductor subcomponents from outside manufacturers on Thursday, including new details on its relationship with competitor Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Intel is one of the few semiconductor companies to develop and manufacture its own chips. After manufacturing mistakes, it lost its dominance in creating the quickest chips to TSMC, which concentrates on manufacturing designs from foreign businesses. Intel CEO Pat

Facebook joins together with an Indian firm to help small businesses get loans

As part of an effort to get more companies to advertise on Facebook, the company’s country head said on Friday that it is collaborating with an Indian online lending agency to assist give loans to small local firms. According to Ajit Mohan, Facebook India’s managing director, the social media giant is teaming up with Indifi to assist give loans ranging from Rs. 5,00,000 to Rs. 50,00,000 with annual interest rates

Business App, Khata and All-in-One QR Payment for Trading Partners Introduced in India

Paytm and Paytm All-in-One QR for its Indian business partners have today announced the launch of its latest Paytm for Company App and Mobile Khata. Also for little companies and business partners, the company has recently announced its All-in-One Mobile POS. At the beginning with Paytm for the Business application, you will monitor and pay all your payments from a single location for medium and multinational companies. You will immediately

The 4 Fundamental Attributes of Customer Loyalty

This is the first in modern approaches to deal with enhancing loyalty through customer engagement. As I see it, there are four essential abilities, or characteristics, expected to build better client loyalty. I found out about them from two McKinsey specialists, David C. Edelman and Marc Singer, in “Contending on Customer Journeys,” an article distributed in Harvard Business Review a year ago. Those attributes, according to Edelman and Singer and

HTC Spins Off Its Vive VR Business

HTC has announced that it is separating its VR business into an wholly-owned subsidiary. The company is taking its Vive VR headset, and the ecosystem system around it, to make it a different business out and out. Remarkably, reports of the company arranging such a spin off were coursing prior this year, with some guaranteeing the new company had been shaped before the end of last year. HTC’s Vive VR