Resignations at SAP and Target, China Imposes Limits on Foreign-Made Milk Powders

SAP’s Visahl Sikka, who was a key executive in the development of the HANA analytic platform, has resigned.

Target’s CEO Gregg Steinhafel has resigned in wake of the massive data breach. He has also resigned from the board of directors.

China is imposing stricter rules on foreign makers of milk powders and infant formulas in its latest attempt to boost sales of domestic brands.

Swatch, the world’s biggest watchmaker, has registered complaints against Apple’s applications for the trademark “iWatch” for being too similar to “iSwatch.”

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