Opscode a name in building of the infra-structure for cloud computing projects, has generated $11 million in its second round of funding.
The Seattle-based company has received the generous funding from finance company Battery Ventures, and this is followed with an investment from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, the organisation that led the first round.
Google has released the latest PDF plug-in for the Windows and Mac versions for its Chrome web browser.
Through a post on Google Chrome blog it was known that the plug-in is up for download on the Chrome developer channel, and will seek to enhance users' ability to view PDF files on the internet.
It helps in updation of PDF files, thus opening them at a speed similar to HTML web page.
Mainboard-listed and India-owned dry bulk shipping firm Mercator Lines states that it has succeeded on a US$31 million contract in Sri Lanka.
It has entered into a four-year Contract of Affreightment with a state owned Sri Lankan Company, the shipper says. The Sri Lankan firm has however not been named by Mercator.
The value implied by Khazanah's fractional offer price for healthcare group Parkway Holdings is logical but it's not convincing in the milieu of a bid, involving a change of control, says Morgan Stanley.
It came to the termination after noting that Parkway shares are last trading above Khazanah's offer price of S$3.78 a share.
One of the biggest casinos in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands expects to achieve US$330 million in cash flow, in the current year. It is confident of doing well, despite a lot of concerns, which have been raised by the market experts.
The wieldy known drug giant, Johnson & Johnson, is in hot water as it is reported to have called out over concerns of some manufacturing defect in thousands of bottles of the infant versions of Motrin, Tylenol and other medicines.
The FDA claims that some manufactured bottles has inappropriate doses, while, others contained some un-dissolved particles within the drugs.
Well to have a bigger screen experience sitting on your very own couch, one can opt for Panasonic's TX-P65VT20B, a 65-inch full HD 3D THX-compatible plasma TV, which currently is the only one manufacturer offering a model above 60-inch.