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It’s a ‘non-believer’s market,’ and here’s why it shouldn’t be: Wunderlich’s Art Hogan

One of Wall Street’s most veteran strategists wants investors to keep the faith. Wunderlich Chief Market Strategist Art Hogan is arguing there’s years left in this bull market. “It’s just a non-believer’s market, and that reflects itself in retail participation, institutional cash on the sidelines — all those things that show you that there never really has been a great ... Read More »

Consumer forum to FIITJEE: Stop ‘unfair trade practices,’ return 50 per cent tuition fee to students

Despite of being a famous coaching centre for IIT and other engineering entrance examination since 1992, FIITJEE has been recently charged for collecting fees for two years in one go amounts to “unfair trade practice.” Details of the report: A district consumer disputes redressal forum, headed by its President Justice N K Goel has filed the case As per reports, ... Read More »

Flash video is ‘on life support,’ but big sites won’t let go

As a video format, Adobe Flash is almost gone for good. According to a report by Encoding.com, Flash accounted for just 6 percent of video output last year, down 15 percent from 2014. Today, it’s mainly used for legacy browsers, banner ads, and some specific edge cases. “We expect to see the Flash video codec disappear completely from our report ... Read More »