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Yes Bank Ltd, on Tuesday launched seven credit cards together to boost its retail banking business in partnership with MasterCard. The cards come in two categories, where one is Yes Prosperity range under which there are five credit cards and the other is Yes First range under which there are two credit cards. The Yes First range is available for its high networth customers."/>
Yes Bank launches 7 credit cards [Mint, New Delhi]
FirstCry in talks to raise $75 million [Mint, New Delhi]
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd firms up plans to enter India either independently or through an acquisition, three people close to the development said. One97 has already created a new entity called Paytm E-Commerce Pvt. Ltd, to which it will transfer the online retail business of the payments and e-commerce platform."/>
Paytm parent to spin off e-commerce business [Mint, New Delhi]
Apple Store is no longer the Apple Store. It now is just Apple, as in Apple Orland Square Mall or Apple Lincoln Park. This is subtle, but in no way trivial."/>
Chicago Tribune Phil Rosenthal column [Chicago Tribune]
Modesto salon offers speedy pampering [The Modesto Bee]
The portable charging station [The San Diego Union-Tribune]
HP Inc. and HP Enterprise last year, and have escalated the layoffs since, eventually hitting tens of thousands of workers. The goal "was to make the company younger," said the complaint filed Aug. 18 in U.S."/>
HP hit with age-discrimination suit claiming older workers purged [Mercury News]
CommScope Holding Company, Inc. has announced the increase in the size of the previously announced sale of shares of its common stock on an underwritten basis by an affiliate of The Carlyle Group from 7 million shares to 10 million shares. In addition, the underwriter will have an option to purchase up to 1,500,000 additional shares from Carlyle. CommScope will not receive any of the proceeds from the offering of shares by Carlyle."/>
CommScope Announces Increase in the Size of Previously Announced Sale of Common Stock by Affiliate of The Carlyle Group from 7 Million Shares to 10 Million Shares
Delphi Automotive and Mobileye, two leading suppliers of autonomous vehicle technology, will collaborate on a broader system that should enable vehicles to achieve full, or Level 4, autonomy by 2019.. Mobileye is the Israeli-based developer of computer vision systems, mapping and machine learning algorithms. Delphi, with a large technical center in Troy, has already created a system of driving software, sensors and radar that has guided a fleet of Audi SQ5's on several..."/>
Delphi, Mobileye team up for Level 4 self-driving tech [Detroit Free Press]
Unemployment dips slightly in July [St. Cloud Times, Minn.]
BRIEF: DAILY OIL PRICE: Aug. 23 [Odessa American, Texas]
Daily Mail, London, market report column [Daily Mail, London]
Daily Mail, London, City Focus column [Daily Mail, London]
Fitbit Did Not Misappropriate Jawbone Trade Secrets. Decision Follows Earlier Termination of Investigation into Claims of Patent Infringement. SAN FRANCISCO---- Fitbit, Inc. today announced that the International Trade Commission issued an initial determination in favor of Fitbit in ITC Investigation No. 337- TA-963 brought by Jawbone."/>
ITC Issues Initial Determination in Favor of Fitbit

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