You may imagine that attractive selfie gives others the impression you are powerful and great to look at.
Anyway, a long way from boosting your online picture, researchers have observed that ladies who post provocative photographs of themselves on interpersonal interaction locales are really seen to be more ugly and less splendid by other ladies.
The world's best AIDS analysts died in the Malaysia Airlines accident leaving a wide gap in the field.
There were scores of AIDS activists, analysts and wellbeing laborers flying in the disastrous flight as they were going for the twentieth International AIDS Conference beginning in Melbourne on Sunday.
Novartis International AG, a Swiss multinational pharmaceutical company based in Basel, was ranked number one in sales among the world-wide industry in 2013.
On Thursday, Bombay Stock Exchange reported a 2% rise in quarterly sales of the company along with an expected future increase in the revenue of the company with the introduction of their new products.
The story of the troubled past of the Bank of America continue with more chances of trouble to crop up in the future as even after months of negotiations there is no light of settlements which appear in matters of suspected misdeeds in mortgage deals of the banks Countrywide Financial and the Merrill Lynch units.
Treasury Thinks It Is Necessary to Stop Companies From Moving Overseas But Congress Is Not Likely to Act Soon
The lawmakers are saying that they desire to put an end to the trend of companies from the U. S to shift to overseas countries because they aim to reduce their tax bills. However the Obama administration and the Congress do not seem to be interested in taking any action regarding this issue any time soon.
Ending all speculations by everyone interested in the tobacco industry, on Tuesday Reynolds American has finally agreed to buy Lorillard its lesser rival, for an amount of $27.4 billion. The amount paid by Reynolds will be $68.88 for cash and stock for each Lorillard share and the company will also assume Lorillard's debt.
Warren Buffett the well known American business magnate is surely a generous man. He has in the past given away billions of dollars for charitable causes.
Coincidentally it was the same day when the regulators of the state water approved daily fines that could amount up to $500 for wastage of water, the scientists also in a report said that the hovering drought will cost about $2.2 billion to California's economy this year.
The second-biggest mortgage lender of the U. S., JPMorgan Chase & Co, plans to back away from giving home loans to lenders who are less creditworthy. They decided to take this approach after losing faith in its capability to convalesce a greater amount of money from foreclosure on home deals though even though the government provides guarantees.
Metro Vancouver is educating individuals in eastern territories regarding Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley to maintain a strategic distance from strenuous open air exercises throughout mid-evening in view of large amounts of air contamination.
Testosterone substitutions can expand the danger of genuine heart and vein issues, Health Canada says.
The controller said 12 testosterone substitution items are accessible, for example, Androderm, Andriol, Delatestryl, Androgel, Axiroin, Depo-Testosterone, Testim, and their proportional generics.
HIV, the infection that causes AIDS, can incorporate into the human genome, making it hard to cure the infection.
Decades prior, the two sorts of diabetes were not difficult to separate in exhibiting patients. Kids with high glucose were just about only sort 1, while recently diagnosed grown-ups, who were commonly overweight, were sort 2.
Shire, the Dublin based drug manufacturer says that it is ready to urge a fresh £31bn takeover offer that came from AbbVie. It is entering into discussions with the firm after it received its fifth bid from the Chicago-based firm.
Switzerland's chocolate manufacturer Lindt & Spruengli (LISP. S) said that it is buying Russell Stover the candy manufacturer from U. S.
The deal will be a billion-dollar transaction which will make it the third-largest maker of chocolate in the U. S after Hershey and Mars.
On Monday the Citigroup decided that it would pay $7 billion to settle the federal investigation which was initiated to look into the bank's handling of dicey subprime mortgages. It admitted to a model of sham which Eric Holder the Attorney General called, "shattered lives" and added on to the nastiest financial crisis faced in decades.
Genes are responsible for food allergy that causes allergic hypersensitivity to certain foods in some children, researchers at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center found in a new study.
Environmentalists have shown serious concerns regarding the conservation initiatives considered by the month old new government of India.
On Sunday evening it was a power cut that brought one of the Disney World's monorail trains to come to stop. The power outrage happened due to lighting.
On Monday Brent crude came off to its lowest of three-month to a price of almost $107 per barrel as the possibility for fresh supply interruptions put a base under the oil prices which have been continuously falling since the last week of June.
Rebels from the east of Libya remained unswerving to keep Es Sider, the largest oil port of the country open.
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