From Companies 8:43 pm

Why No One Can Succeed Overnight: The Case for Tech Giants As Well

Is there really such a thing as overnight success? Is it real or is it just a myth? In extremely rare cases, overnight success may have happened but these occurrences are one in a million. It’s just like winning the lottery.

File photo of Air Canada's Boeing 787 Dreamliner landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto

From Economy 10:53 am

Air Canada Adds New Internatinal Routes in 2015: Also Extends Services in Other Destinations

Air Canada will start offering the Toronto-Amsterdam route beginning June on 2015.

From Companies 9:33 am

Ello Pegged As The Anti-Facebook Social Network

A new anti-Facebook social network is making a buzz online -- Ello.

Protesters take pictures with their mobile phones as they block the main street to the financial Central district, outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong September 29, 2014. Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police ba

From Companies 8:23 am

Hong Kong Protests Cause Closure Of Banks & Instagram Outages In China

Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong caused the closure on Monday of Standard Chartered and other banks in the administrative region. It were not just over-the-counter services that were closed, even ATMS and cash deposit machines in some areas were also affected.

baker sells bread during the Mistura gastronomic fair in Lima, September 5, 2014. The fair seeks to promote Peruvian cuisine by showcasing food and products from all over the country. Exponents of Peruvian cuisine and foreign chefs are also participating

From Companies 8:13 am

Federal Court Orders Coles To Hang Signs For 3 Months That It Passed Off Par-Baked Bread As Fresh From The Oven

Australian supermarket giant Coles is figuratively eating humble bread after the federal court ordered it on Monday to place signs for three months that it passed off par-baked bread as freshly baked. In other words, Coles is forced to admit that it used false advertising and was cheating consumers.

A customer purchases the newly released iPhone 6 in a mobile phone shop in Moscow September 26, 2014. Official sales of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus started at midnight on Friday across major cities in Russia, according to local media.

From Companies 7:47 am

#Bendgate Video Hits Almost 46 Million In 5 Days, But Impact On Apple’s Finances Minimal

Apple sold an impressive 10 million units of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus 24 hours after it was rolled out simultaneously in 10 countries on Sept 19. But the original #bendgate video that wiped out $23 billion from the value of the Cupertino-based tech giant got almost 46 million hits in 5 days as of Monday night.

Apple's iPhone 6 are displayed during a news conference by Customs and Excise Department and the police in Hong Kong September 21, 2014. Hong Kong customs and marine police on Saturday foiled a smuggling case involving a speedboat carrying 138 iPhone 6, a

From Companies Sep 29

#Bendgate: iPhone 6 Woes Prompt Apple To Show Device Torture Room

To counter bad press on its newly launched iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus due to complaints that the flagship devices bend easily, Cupertino-based Apple provided a tour of its facility where gadgets manufactured by the tech giant undergo torture tests.

An Air New Zealand Plane Flies Over Houses in Mount Victoria as It Approaches Wellington Airport.

From Society Sep 29

New Zealand Woman Blames Passing Plane For 'Clumps of Poo' Covering Her House

A woman from Auckland was outraged to wake up one day and see her house and car covered in "clumps of poo." She blamed passing aircraft for dumping waste on her property.

New Apple iPhone 6 Plus is seen during an Apple event at the Flint Center in Cupertino

From Companies Sep 29

Apple Inc (AAPL) Stock Rises Again Despite Bendgate, iOS 8 Bugs; Samsung Stock At Two-Year Low

Apple Inc shares bounced back after a grueling week of botched iOS 8.0.1 software updates and cases of "bending" iPhone 6 Plus units. After falling below $100, Apple stock recovered at $100.44 as of Sept. 26.

A Woman Holds An iPhone 6 Plus After It Went On Sale At The Apple Store In Sydney

From Companies Sep 26

#Bendgate: Samsung & Other Phone Brands Poke Fun At iPhone 6 Bendgate; Consumers Wary Of Flexible Apple Flagship, While Apple Shares Drops 3%

It took 9 bending complaints to steal the thunder from the successful launch of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus which saw 10 million orders in 24 hours. Now, the pliant flagship seems to be the "laughing stock" of the smartphone world as rival gadget makers poke fun at the flexible device.