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Air Jordan Sneakers On Sale in EBay

Air Jordan Sneakers On Sale in EBay

Sneakers marketplace has seen a remarkable boom following the pandemic. EBay, the American multinational e-commerce corporation, has offered the biggest display of Air Jordan products. On its collection, Ebay has been introducing 60 Air Jordan sneakers over the last few days. Coming to its end tomorrow, the assortment involves sneakers from 1994, and pairs of […]Read More

Chipotle To Start Digital-only Kitchen

Chipotle To Start Digital-only Kitchen

Chipotle Mexican Grill inc., or simply Chipotle, is planned to launch its first digital-only branch. The new restaurant will exclude ordering queues and serving room. Customers will order via Chipotle’s app or its website. Planning to start in Highland, in New York, the eatery is able to take orders in advance in large quantities. As […]Read More

BP and Orsted to Co-op in Green Hydrogen Project

BP and Orsted to Co-op in Green Hydrogen Project

BP, the London-based multinational oil and gas company, has signed an accord with Orsted, the Fredericia-based power company, for developing a massive renewable hydrogen project in Germany. The plan includes generation of a 50-MW electrolyzer and “associated infrastructure” in a refinery northwest of Germany. Green hydrogen is generated by water electrolysis and the required electricity […]Read More

NAWEC’s MD Claims Gambia Will Soon Access Sufficient Energy Sources

NAWEC’s MD Claims Gambia Will Soon Access Sufficient Energy Sources

Nani Juwara, the Managing Director of NAWEC, expressed his positiveness for supplying more stable and sustainable energy in spite of the current struggles. He added Gambia’s energy problems will be resolved soon, arguing that the company’s current generation volume is higher compared to the demand. This is while the country is facing persisting issues in […]Read More

McDonald’s To Serve For Veggies

McDonald’s To Serve For Veggies

McDonald’s, the American fast-food company, has planned to try its first meat-free burgers, and use plants alternatives in its stores chain next year. Called “McPlant”, the stores will serve plant-rooted burgers in 2021. Ian Borden, Pres:International at Mcdonald’s Corp. said the initiative was launched “by McDonald’s and for McDonald’s.” Veggie burgers have been received well […]Read More

Valentine Growers Recognized Globally

Valentine Growers Recognized Globally

Valentine Growers has been granted the 2020 International Fairtrade Award. The Kenyan flower firm was awarded for the first time in the Hired Labor Organization (HLO) category. The company was honored as it attempted to better its employees lives and made a nice ecosystem plan. The fair trade premium has helped the company’s workforce, 380 […]Read More

Hotel of The Year Award 2020

Hotel of The Year Award 2020

Centra by Centara Maris Resorts Jomtien, the elegant hotel 10 km from the town of Pattaya, has been awarded as the hotel of the year. The hotel won the title thanks to its excellent performance in different sections among 40 hotels in Centara Group’s Hotels in 2020. It also received “the certificate in the category […]Read More

Peloton Sales Boom Again As Cases Go Up

Peloton Sales Boom Again As Cases Go Up

There’s a huge demand for Peloton’s sports facilities like modern exercise bicycles and treadmills due to an extended lockdown imposed after a rise in coronavirus cases. Jill Woodworth, Chief Financial Officer at Peloton Cycle Inc., said the expansion of the pandemic has brought about positive signs in sales. The American exercise equipment company recently announced […]Read More

Bentley to Go Carbon Free By 2030

Bentley to Go Carbon Free By 2030

Bentley Manufacturing company is set to uniquely supply plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles (PHEVs) by the year 2026. It also intends to make wholly electric vehicles by 2030. The British manufacturer of luxury vehicles is going to put on the market 2 PHEV models as of 2021. The company announced it is also looking to […]Read More

SMFB’s Income Growth

SMFB’s Income Growth

The net income by San Miguel Food and Beverage Corporation amounted to P15 billion for the third quarter of the year. This comes as a result of lessened restrictions since July and shows an expansion from the loss of P4 billion in the fist 6 moths of 2020. Ramon S. Ang, the SMC president, said […]Read More

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