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21 июля, 16:33

AB InBev (BUD) Expands in Organic Space with Hiball's Buyout

Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (BUD) is on track to acquire Hiball, which will expand its portfolio of organic products.

21 июля, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola, Honeywell, Crown Castle and WEC Energy

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola, Honeywell, Crown Castle and WEC Energy

21 июля, 16:02

Popular Food Names That Almost Everybody Mispronounces

Think you're smarter than people who mispronounce sriracha or quinoa? See if you know how to say these popular food words that trip everybody up.

21 июля, 13:20

Tour de France 2017: stage 19 – live!

Live updates from Embrun to Salon-de-ProvenceYou can email Simon here, or Tweet him here, if you fancyStage 18 report: Barguill wins as Froome protects leadAllez Allez: Tour de France photo essay 3.22pm BST Jens Keukeleire has sped off at the front of the breakaway group, all alone. 3.21pm BST The third and final climb of the day is not far away. The next hamlet they pass on their way is the Hameau des Jean-Jean, so good they named it twice. Continue reading...

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21 июля, 12:00

The return of Memphis: how the 80s design staple found a new audience

Once derided, the design style that specialized in squiggles and DayGlo colors is the subject of a new series of exhibitions shedding light on a loved, loathed and often misunderstood movement The Memphis Group’s design style is unmistakable. The output of the short-lived, divisive design collective, which debuted at the Milan furniture fair in 1981 and closed shop six years later, embodied the garish appeal of the decade that style forgot. Their furniture was colorful, kitschy and exaggerated. They stacked slanted rows of cheap plastic laminates and called it a bookshelf. The group – led by founder Ettore Sottsass – decided that geometric shapes made great table legs, and that black-and-white stripes totally worked with lemon-yellow circles. Related: Ettore Sottsass: the godfather of Italian cool Continue reading...

21 июля, 12:00

The Strange Phenomenon of Voter Self-Suppression

As a Trump-commissioned panel searches for phantom fraud, its requests for data have convinced some citizens to opt out of their right to vote preemptively.

21 июля, 09:28

These Popular Restaurant Appetizers Are a Complete Waste of Your Money

Everyone loves a good appetizer when they go out to eat. But be careful because some definitely aren't worth it.

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21 июля, 08:26

Going on a Diet? Never Keep These Foods in Your Fridge

Many common fridge staples could be sabotaging your diet plans. Consider tossing these foods if you're trying to eat healthier.

21 июля, 00:06

Smucker Hikes Dividend by 4% to Boost Shareholder Value

Smucker (SJM) rewards shareholders through dividend payments, while dealing with challenges in coffee and pet foods segments.

20 июля, 17:49

Kimberly-Clark (KMB) Q2 Earnings: What Awaits the Stock?

Kimberly-Clark's (KMB) efforts are expected to aid second-quarter 2017 results, despite dismal organic sales and low market share in its diaper segment.

20 июля, 17:37

Philip Morris (PM) Earnings & Sales Miss Estimates in Q2

While strong pricing was a positive for Philip Morris International Inc.'s (PM) second-quarter 2017 results, cigarette volumes remained an overhang.

20 июля, 17:33

SUPERVALU (SVU) to Report Q1 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

Though SUPERVALU (SVU) has been witnessing difficulties in delivering growth of late, we believe that the company's wholesale business will drive the momentum further and boost its near-term results.

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20 июля, 08:00

How to make the perfect vegetarian scotch eggs

This picnic staple is usually nestled in a cocoon of sausage, but should a meat-free option try to replicate it or go off-piste? And what coating gives the crispiest crunch?It’s an unfortunate fact that many of the best things on the traditional British picnic menu are sausage-based, leaving vegetarian and non-pork-eating guests stuck with bread and cheese. This would be no real hardship were not for the fact that even many non-meat eaters find that scotch eggs have a way of making eyes at you from the other side of the rug, flaunting their bright yolks and crunchy crumb in a way that’s really quite unreasonable. The popularity of the scotch egg at such occasions is partly explained by the fact that, like the Cornish pasty, or the sausage roll, it’s a robustly portable sure-fire crowd pleaser that is likely to arrive in better condition than the unfortunate quiche or sweating salad; and given the existence of the vegetarian sausage, there seems no good reason that non meat-eaters should miss out. There are a few commercially produced examples on the market, but you can’t beat a freshly made scotch egg, the coating still crisp, the egg just warm – and, in most cases, that means getting stuck in at home. Continue reading...

19 июля, 18:54

These Are the Surprising Ways You’re More Like Donald Trump Than You Think

Think you have nothing in common with Donald Trump? Think again. You might be more like the U.S. president and real estate mogul than you think.

19 июля, 17:21

Consumer Staples Stock Earnings on Jul 20: PM and SCHL

These consumer staples stocks are unlikely to beat earnings estimates in Q2 despite the sector's affluence on the back on rising consumer confidence.

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19 июля, 14:29

Акционеры British American Tobacco в предвкушении слияния с Reynolds American Inc, - Денис Масленников,специалист по корпоративным событиям АО "Санкт-Петербургская биржа"

Однозначно самым значимым событием этой недели в секторе Consumer Staples будет специальное собрание акционеров Reynolds American Inc (RAI) 19 июля 2017 г.

19 июля, 14:00

Digital Transformation Is Racing Ahead and No Industry Is Immune - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DXC TECHNOLOGY

Dealing with today’s digital disruption begins by understanding how it differs from past industry changes. After all, stories of the end of our industry as we know it have been a trade press staple for decades. A few key elements distinguish this era of change from the past. Disruption has accelerated dramatically, and the numbers prove it. A 2014 study from Constellation Research quantified the accelerating rate of change in the enterprise by examining a simple benchmark — the entry and exit of U.S. corporations in the S&P 500 index. In 1958, corporations listed in the S&P 500 had an average stay of 61 years. By 1980, numbers from research firm Innosight reveal that the average stay had declined sharply to 25 years. In 2011, the average tenure dropped to 18 years. At the present rate of churn, Innosight’s research estimates three-quarters of today’s S&P 500 will be replaced by 2027. Digital disruption is the primary catalyst of change. While the Constellation study is careful to say that companies rise and fall for many reasons, digital disruption is clearly responsible for a large share. Research shows that since 2000, 52 percent of companies in the Fortune 500 have either gone bankrupt, been acquired, or ceased to exist as a result of digital disruption. The collision of the physical and digital worlds has affected every dimension of society, commerce, enterprises, and individuals. Read more from DXC Technology: Embracing Digital Change Requires a Clear Strategic Focus How to Become a Digital Enterprise Zurich Insurance Group Takes Its IT Infrastructure to the Agile Cloud Advanced Analytics Are Crucial to Digital Transformation 6 Digital Trends Are Poised to Transform How We Work Digital transformation transcends technology. Digital transformation is often viewed through a narrow technology lens, as just another mobile project or e-commerce initiative. Fundamentally, though, digital transformation is the result of enterprises seeking to adapt to the storm of new technology affecting markets and customers. Effective internal systems, processes, and value chains will always be essential, but enterprises will increasingly need to harness the skills, capabilities, and passions of the external market. Digital transformation forces wholesale change to the foundations of an enterprise — from its operating model to its infrastructure, what it sells, and to whom and how. No industry is immune. Industries dominated by information-rich assets (think publishing and music) were swept up in the early wave of internet innovation. The subsequent mobile revolution created challenges for retailers who found customers flocking to online alternatives. Today, disruptive technology shifts such as cloud, big data, and the Internet of Things will not only upend these industries (again), but will also introduce revolutionary change to even the most staid industries. Specific industries with regulatory barriers or large infrastructure costs will feel greater effects of shifts created by the next generation of IT breakthroughs. There is significant opportunity. While the disruption is immense, so is the opportunity. The value of the digital economy continues to grow in size and importance in every company in every industry. Nearly 3 billion consumers, businesses, government agencies, and institutions of every nature interact every day using computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and a growing range of mobile devices. The relentless speed of change of customers, markets, and technology has given rise to enormous opportunity. The digital economy is making significant contributions to global gross domestic product (GDP), outpacing global growth by 400 percent. A 2015 report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) estimated the digital economy would contribute $4 trillion to the GDP of countries in the G-20 during 2016, and would continue to grow at a rate of 10 percent per year. Growth outside the G-20 is even higher, measured at rates of 15 to 25 percent. These figures compare with a rate of 2.5 percent global economic growth, according to recent estimates by the Conference Board. BCG’s study also credits the digital economy as an increasingly important source of new jobs, as well as an important catalyst for social and political change. Successful companies have learned that digital disruption is more than a catalyst of unrelenting change. It is also the foundation on which can be built new business strategies that are able to move and evolve at the pace of consumers and markets. These are companies that have embraced transformation as a way of life and are using digital technologies to accelerate their growth. How can companies thrive on these changes? Get the keys to digital transformation success here.

19 июля, 12:09

Want to Look Younger? Steer Clear of These Summer Clothing Items

Summer has a way of making us feel like we're out for school, but don't lose that youthful vibe by wearing clothes that age you. Steer clear of these duds.

18 июля, 18:51

I Finally Tried Aldi. Here’s What I Loved (and Hated) About the Store

Aldi plans to win you over with ultra-low prices on everything from milk to meat, but does it really deliver quality foods for less? We decided to find out.

18 июля, 17:02

Wall Street Banks And Household Brands Report Earnings

Wall Street Banks And Household Brands Report Earnings