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Korean Air’s “nut rage” sisters step down | The Economist
The Economist | April 23, 2018
FOUR years ago, Cho Hyun-ah, an executive at Korean Air made headlines around the world when she threw a fit because she was served macadamia nuts in their packaging rather than on a serving dish in first class on the airline. She reportedly insulted the cabin crew, threw documents at them, and forc...
New Insights into the Global Fertility Services Market | Technavio | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#PatientMonitoring--Market research firm Technavio has announced the release of their latest report on the global fertility services market for 2018-2022.
Venture studio High Alpha offers its firms mentoring, money, marketing and more | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | April 20, 2018
Since its takeoff three years ago, investor High Alpha has grown its stable of studio companies from three to nine.
Survey of College Admissions Officers, Sponsored by x2VOL, Verifies Community Service Could be Tie-Breaker in Getting Accepted to College | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
COPPELL, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#education--Survey of college admissions staff confirms community service can be a tie-breaker in college acceptance.
Bank of America building first local stand-alone center in Indy push | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | April 20, 2018
The bank has staked out the upscale Keystone at the Crossing submarket for a staffed, free-standing addition to its growing local operations.
How Heineken beer survives in Congo | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
THE Bralima brewery in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is an island of modernity in a city where chaos is the norm. Inside a building near the docks where barges begin the journey up the Congo river, conveyor belts rattle as thousands of glass bottles are washed and ...
An American ban puts China’s ZTE in peril | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
TALK of restricting the use of Chinese telecoms equipment in the West is growing. This week the curbs went the other way, when America banned its companies from selling hardware and software for seven years to one of China’s state-owned tech champions, ZTE. On April 16th America’s Department of ...
Sir Martin Sorrell leaves WPP in a sorry state | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
DURING his spectacular rise from London beancounter to the globe-trotting boss of WPP, the advertising powerhouse he created out of a backstreet wire-basket and trolley company, Sir Martin Sorrell was rarely sentimental. The man who helped turn a ramshackle but chic industry into a global force poac...
Coty Introduces Blended Reality Beauty Magic Mirror Powered by Physical Products | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Coty (NYSE:COTY) unveiled a blended reality beauty Magic Mirror at its newly relaunched Bourjois boutique in Paris. The revolutionary technology integrates physical products with digital content, for a first-of-a-kind augmented reality (AR) makeup try-on experience. With t...
Nintendo Unboxes New Possibilities to Make, Play and Discover with Launch of Nintendo Labo | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#NintendoLabo--Experience a whole new way to interact with Nintendo Switch as you Make, Play and Discover with Nintendo Labo, now available at retailers nationwide.
Amazon is not the only threat to legacy post offices | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
The Pony Express, British styleIT MAY be hard to imagine a world without cheap postal services, but 200 years ago sending mail was a luxury. Posting a letter from London to Edinburgh cost an average daily wage. In 1840, after a proposal by Rowland Hill, an inventor, Britain launched the Penny Post, ...
Some American startups are borrowing ideas from China | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
Hipster Hells Angel“WHEN you enter [the marketplace] with that level of hubris and arrogance, you don’t create trust.” So declared a member of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this week. He was upset about the sudden appearance of dockless electric scooters, rented via smartphone, all ov...
A new bankruptcy code is reshaping Indian business | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, a Spanish pop singer, plays an unlikely part in the story of Indian capitalism. His presence at a party to mark Vijay Mallya’s 60th birthday, in December 2015, was, literally, a showstopper. A flamboyant booze heir, Mr Mallya was then best known for founding Kingfisher Airlines, ...
Hong Kong defends its dollar peg in both directions | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
THE Hong Kong dollar is one of the most and least manipulated monies in the world. For over 34 years the territory’s monetary authority, the HKMA, has kept it pegged to America’s currency at around HK$7.80 to the dollar, resisting all temptations to let it fall or rise. In 2005 it refined the pe...
Indicators that signal financial-market trouble are flashing | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
WATCHING financial markets can be like watching a horror film. A character walks into the darkness alone. A floorboard creaks. The latest spooky sign is the spread between the three-month dollar London interbank offered rate (LIBOR) and the overnight index swap (OIS) rate. It usually hovers at aroun...
A potential merger between IAG and Norwegian should worry flyers | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
WHEN flag carriers such as British Airways (BA) ruled the skies, only the rich could afford to fly across the Atlantic. That was until Freddie Laker, a British entrepreneur, came along. His dream was to open long-haul travel to the masses. In 1977 he launched Skytrain, the first low-cost long-haul f...
Olympic Steel Employees Donate More Than $1 Million to Make-A-Wish® Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Olympic Steel Employees Donate More Than $1 Million to Make-A-Wish® Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana
Indiana life sciences firms raise record $111M in venture capital in 2017 | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | April 20, 2018
A $44 million VC infusion in 2017 for biosciences firm On Target Laboratories was one indication that Indiana’s life sciences sector is finally starting to pull down some serious venture funding.
THE GREAT AMERICAN READ, a New Multi-Platform PBS Series, Reveals List of America’s 100 Favorite Novels | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
ARLINGTON, VA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--THE GREAT AMERICAN READ, a New Multi-Platform PBS Series, Reveals List of America’s 100 Favorite Novels
Marty Sumichrast, Level Brands’ CEO Interview to Air on Fox Business on The RedChip Money Report™ | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Level Brands Inc. (NYSE American: LEVB), an innovative marketing and licensing company that provides bold, unconventional, and socially responsible branding for leading businesses, today announced that Marty Sumichrast, Chairman and CEO of Level Brands, was intervi...
Banks have returned to commercial real estate in a big way, but regulators urge caution | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | April 20, 2018
The segment crashed in the financial crisis that began in 2008, forcing banks to write off billions of dollars in loans. But it’s roared back since, and last year national commercial real estate lending surpassed its 2008 peak.
Adviser admits defrauding former Colt of $4.7M | Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Business Journal | April 20, 2018
Under the terms of the plea agreement, Kenneth Ray Cleveland of suburban Los Angeles is required to make restitution to former Colt Cory Redding.
Kinsane Launches a First-of-Its-Kind Edutainment App ‘KinToons – Nursery Rhyme DJ’ Exclusively on the App Store | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
MUMBAI, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#KinToons--Kinsane launches a first-of-its-kind Edutainment App ‘KinToons – Nursery Rhyme DJ’ exclusively on the App Store.
Special Education Pioneer, n2y, and the American Autism Association Announce a New Partnership, Joining Forces to Better Serve the Autism Community | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
HURON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Special Education Pioneer, n2y, Partners with American Autism Association; releases resources to keep kids with Autism safe
Be The Match Launches “My People. My Family. Mi Sangre.” Campaign to Tackle Urgently Low Hispanic Representation on Blood Stem Cell Registry | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#bethematch--Be The Match launches “My People. My Family. Mi Sangre.” campaign to tackle urgently low Hispanic representation on blood stem cell registry.
The New York Mets and Kaplan Test Prep to Present College Prep Day at Citi Field on May 3 to Help Students Navigate the Admissions Process | Business Wire
Business Wire | April 20, 2018
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The New York Mets will be hosting College Prep Day on Thursday, May 3, partnering with Kaplan Test Prep, to prepare teens for the admissions process.
Americans will no longer have to sign for credit-card purchases | The Economist
The Economist | April 20, 2018
AMERICANS, and people who travel to America, have good reason to celebrate this month. By the end of April, the four major credit-card networks in the country will all stop requiring retailers to collect signatures from customers when completing transactions. Visa, the world’s biggest credit-card ...