OnePlus is a small Chinese tech company that has only released one device to date, the OnePlus One smartphone. The One's successor, the OnePlus 2, is set for release on August 11. And people are already going crazy for it.
The wearable device industry has witnessed a lot of growth this year with the introduction of Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) Apple Watch, Motorola Solutions’ (MSI) Moto 360, and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.'s (SSNLF) Samsung Galaxy Gear.
The community, which provides support for homegrown startups, asked its members what they thought the New Year had in store for UK small businesses.
“Despite the doom and gloom of the recession,” said Enterprise Nation member Sheryl McFarlane of Little Acres Rural Business Solutions. “Small businesses will continue to buck the trend and do well in the New Year.”
By Mike Arnold:Shun Tak Holdings (SHTGY.PK) ("Shun Tak" or "ST" or "the company) is an investment holding company listed in Hong Kong, and trading at a wide discount to its net asset value ("NAV"). Shun Tak was incorporated in 1972 by Stanley Ho as a small ferry operator, then grew the business by investing in numerous attractive land assets and businesses in Macau and Hong Kong, including:
Apple Inc. is missing out on a chance to court as many as 2.8 billion new smartphone customers, many of them in Asia, as wireless-service providers balk at conditions imposed by the iPhone maker and drag their heels in signing on as partners.
I can't help laughing at the Financial Times headline story Athens threat to bond holdouts.
Greece has threatened to default on any of its bondholders who do not take part in this week’s €206bn debt restructuring, raising the pressure on potential holdouts.
The Apple Watch isn't a flop. It's just too new. That's the gist of some recent findings Wristly, a research firm that surveys Apple Watch owners. The firm polled owners about their conversations with people who hadn't bought one. Why were the holdouts holding out?
By Patrick Young:I identified these three small-cap companies by screening for low debt, margins above 30%, and high revenue growth. They are all disruptive technology companies that have niche growth markets.