US stocks plunge after former NSA pleads guilty US stocks plunge after former NSA pleads guilty

Analysts said uncertainty has weighed on the financial markets


Japan inflation ticks up, jobless rate at 2.8 pct in October Japan inflation ticks up, jobless rate at 2.8 pct in October

Household incomes rose nearly 3 percent in October from a year earlier while spending was flat


Bangladesh IT sector to grow five-fold by 2025 IT sector to grow five-fold by 2025

State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak says the government is taking preparation to cope with the emergence of fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)


Strike halts export-import activities at Benapole Strike halts export-import activities at Benapole

Hundreds of trucks loaded with imported goods got stranded on both sides of the border


Yemen war: ICRC buys fuel to pump water in stricken cities Red Cross buys fuel in crisis-hit Yemen

The ICRC's fuel purchase will allow the water systems in two cities, Hudaydah and Taiz, to operate for a month


Tax offices face rush of taxpayers Tax offices face rush of taxpayers

Banks remain open tomorrow (Thursday) until 8:00 pm to help people pay taxes


Bean farming gets momentum in Narsingdi   Bean farming gets momentum in Narsingdi

According to the sources at Agriculture Extension Department, farmers of the district have cultivated bean on some 3,500 hectares of land


Japan's Softbank 'bids for stake in Uber' Japan's Softbank 'bids for stake in Uber'

The Japanese conglomerate is leading a consortium of firms that is planning to buy at least 14% of the ride-sharing firm


Hyundai workers halt SUV production after talks collapse Hyundai workers halt SUV production

Hyundai is part of the world's fifth-largest auto group


Rajshahi Silk Factory partially resumes production Rajshahi Silk Factory partially resumes production

The factory was commissioned on 15.5 bigha of land in Seroil area in the city in 1961


Consumer rights have improved Consumer rights have improved

In last 5 years, DNCRP realised Tk 16.65 cr in fines from businesses during regular drives and after investigating complaints lodged by the consumers


Bitcoin, an 'Uber' currency, not without risk Bitcoin, an 'Uber' currency, not without risk

Investors are already referring to it as "digital gold", as the bitcoin soared to a new record high of more than $8,000 this week


Bashundhara LP Gas gets Best Brand Award Bashundhara LP Gas gets Best Brand Award

The award “Best Brand Award” comes in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) category by Bangladesh Brand Forum (BBF)


Businessman Asif Chowdhury receives Gusi Peace Prize   Businessman Asif Chy receives Gusi Peace Prize

The Award was introduced in 2002 by the Foundation to honour those for contributing to peace and human dignity across the world


China cuts import tariffs on some consumer goods China cuts import tariffs on some consumer goods

Beijing faces pressure from the United States, Europe and other trading partners for better access to its growing market


LPG market sees 45pc annual growth LPG market sees 45pc annual growth

In 1999, Bashundhara LP Gas Limited started its journey as the first private LP gas importing, bottling and marketing company in Bangladesh


Skype removed from China Apple and Android app stores Skype removed from China app stores

Skype owner Microsoft says the app has been "temporarily removed" and the company is "working to reinstate the app as soon as possible"


Biman to add 4 aircraft to its fleet next year Biman to add 4 aircraft to its fleet next year

Among the four aircraft, the national flag carrier will purchase three Dash 8 Q400 aircraft and get another one on lease from Bombardier, Canada


Paris and Amsterdam to host key EU agencies post-Brexit Lots drawn to decide post-Brexit agency moves

The French capital's victory follows a win earlier for Amsterdam, which will host the London-based European Medicines Agency (EMA)


Rajshahi Silk Factory to resume production soon Rajshahi Silk Factory to resume production soon

The factory was commissioned on 15.5 bigha of land in Seroil area in the city in 1961


Tea export fetched Tk 36 crore in last fiscal: Tofail Tea export fetched Tk 36 cr in last fiscal: Tofail

The commerce minister also says Bangladesh exported medicines to 110 countries in the last fiscal year


Early winter vegetables start appearing in Rajshahi markets Early winter vegetables start appearing in Rajshahi markets

Around 2.5 lakh tonnes of vegetables are expected to be produced in the region this season


$240m fund for SME sector development created $240m fund for SME sector development created

Asian Development Bank (ADB) will contribute $200 million, while the government will provide the rest $40 million to the fund


Singapore cuts trade ties with Pyongyang Singapore cuts trade ties with Pyongyang

It comes as UN sanctions have been imposed after North Korea's sixth nuclear test


Farmers busy in harvesting Aman paddy in Rajshahi Farmers busy in harvesting Aman paddy in Rajshahi

The farmers had cultivated aman paddy on around 3,39,000 hectares of land in Rajshahi, Naogaon, Natore & Chapainawabganj districts this season


Diamond fetches $33.5m at Christie's auction in Geneva Diamond fetches $33.5m at auction

The finished piece is made from white gold, diamond and emeralds


7 directors of SIBL resign 7 directors of SIBL resign

The directors who resigned are Abdur Rahman, Abdul Mukit, AFM Asaduzzaman, Moinul Hasan, Yusuf Harun Bhuyian, Lili Amin, and Afia Begum


Trump plans 'major announcement' after Asia trip, raising speculation about North Korea, trade Trump raising speculation on trade after Asia trip

Following the meeting with Australian PM Turnbull and Japanese leader Shinzo Abe on Monday, Trump said progress has been made in trade talks


Volkswagen announces $650 million investment in Argentina plant Volkswagen announces $650 million investment in Argentina plant

Production of the SUV is anticipated to begin in 2020


Businesses appreciate family-level tax award Businesses appreciate family-level tax award

Women entrepreneur Salima Ahmad stresses on simplifying tax payment procedure



TPP trade deal talks move forward despite Canada wobble TPP deal moves forward without US

However its trade minister said good progress has now been made


Brexit date and time to be enshrined in law UK Brexit date to be enshrined in law

"Exit day" - 2300 GMT on 29 March 2019 - will be included in the EU Withdrawal Bill, the government has confirmed


Bangladesh a hotspot for denim buyers Bangladesh a hotspot for denim buyers

China has lost its grip in the denim sector, this change in Chinese denim sector is diverting more orders to Bangladeshi denim exporters


Brexit is 'getting dramatic', says EU Brexit is 'getting dramatic', says EU

UK negotiators have long been frustrated with the format of the (so far) monthly rounds of talks


Disney backs down after US media boycott Disney backs down after US media boycott

The New York Times and Washington Post vow to boycott Disney screenings in solidarity with the banned newspaper


Short variety coconut plants yield 4 times higher Short variety coconut plants yield 4 times higher

This high-yielding open pollinated (op) coconut variety was imported from Vietnam and Kerala state of India three years ago


Global Social Business Summit kicks off in Paris Global Social Business Summit kicks off in Paris

Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus is hosting the Summit organised by Yunus Centre, Grameen Creative Lab, Germany and the Paris Mayor's office


Cabinet okays Bangladesh-China 1320 MW power plant deal Cabinet okays Bangladesh-China 1320 MW power plant deal

The cabinet also approves the related Memorandum of association and Article of Association of the joint venture company


Blockchain becoming the rage at US business schools Blockchain becoming the rage at US business schools

In January, the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley will offer its first ever course in blockchain software

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