LeBron, Serena and other Nike stars champion ‘Equality’ The company launched a star-studded short film entitled “Equality” on Sunday to mark Black History Month. The announcement features athletes sponsored by Nike James Lebron, Serena williams, Kevin Durant, Gabby Douglas, among others, “amplify their voices in
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Steven Mnuchin had a great weekend. Friday, the choice of the secretary of the Treasury took a step closer to confirmation. Then his latest film won first place at the box office. Mnuchin is the executive producer of Warner Bros. ‘”The Lego Batman Movie”,
Thai company makes food packaging out of bamboo to cut down on trash Universal Biopack manufactures packaging which it sells to restaurants and manufacturers. But rather than plastic, it uses a mixture of bamboo and cassava, crops widely used across the country. After experiencing rapid
Indian rival slams Uber’s business model “They have a very cutting-edge approach in terms of what the model is and how [to] force her to break into any geography, “said Pranay Jivrajka, a senior Ola Cabs official on the sidelines of CNN’s Asian Affairs Forum
Oil prices have doubled in a year. Here’s why It’s a good day for OPEC. Data released on Monday by the oil cartel shows that its members have largely complied with a production reduction agreement. The confirmation closes a remarkable year for OPEC, which was
Swiss voters reject corporate tax overhaul The tax reforms, widely supported by the business world, would have removed a set of special tax privileges that had prompted many multinationals to settle in Switzerland. Experts believe that the future of the Swiss tax system is not
Tesla is going to sell electric cars in the Middle East Tesla places its electric cars at the heart of the oil producing world. The automaker announced on Monday that its first official business in the Middle East will be in the United Arab Emirates.
Verizon’s new plan: Consumers win, investors lose Verizon has brought back its unlimited data plan. It’s great if you’re a Verizon customer. But this is terrible news for its investors. Verizon((VZ) shares fell nearly 1.5% at the start of the session Monday. It is now