Pragati Pathrotkar

Trump Administration to Protect 102 Million People Suffering From Pre-Existing Conditions

Many as 100 million Americans are living with the medical conditions which are not mentioned in the health insurance program such as Medicare. During the midterm elections of 2018, the voters could cast their ballots to debating with Congress for not repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA which is generally known as Obamacare. If the act repealed, 102 million individuals could have to pay an additional premium to

Media Multitasking Behavior in Humans detrimental to Working Memory

Research into association between media multitasking and memory performance for humans may throw some interesting findings. An understanding of the findings is crucial in the backdrop of media such as smartphones becoming ubiquitous now. Literature on the adverse effect of media multitasking on various areas of cognition abound. However, researchers haven’t been able to reach a definitive association. Having said, a recent review of studies spanning over a decade by

Ford Turns China Business

U.S. automobile manufacturer Ford has recently announced that it is in the process of separating its China facility from the larger umbrella of Asia Pacific operations and turning it into stand-alone operations that will report directly to the global headquarters of the company. This move have been made with the aim of improving growth prospects of the company in China and help drive sustainable value generation. Anning Chen, who was

Revenue Earnings

Big technology companies, notably Google and Apple, may report promising revenue earnings, with large-cap stocks likely to revive in the coming weeks. Amid wide speculations, investors are seeking big technology companies to place their bet on and which can give them a confidence boost. If Gene Munster, Managing Partner of Loup Ventures, Minneapolis-based venture capital firm, is to be believed, Apple will emerge out as the best bet for investors,

Brexit

As challenges presented by Brexit continue to grow with each passing day, a rising number of Irish companies are considering establishing their operations in the UK. This move would allow the companies to be in what is presently the most important export market for Ireland and place them in a position much better to act upon any new tariff and trade barriers that may arise after March 2019. For this,

Lyft

American ride hailing app Lyft, which is the second largest after Uber, plans on an initial public offering early next year and to that end it has hired J.P. Morgan Chase. The investment bank would lead its IPO which could help the company mop up a staggering US$15 billion from the market. This was revealed by sources who chose to remain anonymous. Already, Lyft managed to raise US$600 million in

MP3

Winamp is one of the customizable music players which is now revamping as a mobile app that will offer another platform to listen all kind of music. This app will include playlists, streaming radio stations, podcast, and other features. The Winamp released the first product in 1997 and was popular for their freeware media player for features such as utilitarian music playback. In 2002, AOL acquired Winamp and sold to