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23 мая, 14:25

Tuesday's Morning Email: Terror In Manchester

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) TERROR IN MANCHESTER A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and injured over 50 others outside the Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert. Children are among the dead and injured. British Prime Minister Theresa May called the explosion “a callous terror attack.” The hashtag #RoomforManchester went viral, notifying concertgoers of homes where they could stay for the night. Watch out for these fake news stories that were sweeping the web after the attack. Take a look at how the blast compared to recent terror attacks in Europe. Grande tweeted that she is “broken” and has reportedly postponed her tour indefinitely. And celebrities, including James Corden, offered their condolences to Manchester. [HuffPost] PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP REPORTEDLY ASKED INTELLIGENCE CHIEFS TO PUBLICLY DENY RUSSIA TIES “According to The Washington Post report, Trump asked Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats and National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers to publicly deny that there is any evidence of connections between Trump’s team and Russia.” [HuffPost] SEAL TEAM SIX KILLS 7 MILITANTS IN YEMEN RAID The elite fighting force reportedly killed seven militants associated with al Qaeda in central Yemen. [NYT] A LOOK AT TRUMP’S PROPOSED BUDGET SET TO BE UNVEILED TODAY Here are the winners ― the military ― and losers in the plan. [HuffPost] MICHAEL FLYNN REPORTEDLY LIED DURING A SECURITY CLEARANCE INTERVIEW According to the top Democrat on the House oversight committee, Rep. Elijah Cummings. Flynn announced Mondaythat he would not cooperate with the Senate intelligence committee investigation and instead plead the 5th. [HuffPost] THE SWAT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD Melania Trump just did not want to hold her husband’s hand in Israel. [HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING ‘THE INEVITABLE FUTURE OF SLACK IS YOUR BOSS USING IT TO SPY ON YOU’ The name alone as an acronym should give you pause: Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge. [Quartz] CLIMATE CHANGE MAY FORCE MILLIONS OF AMERICANS TO MOVE INLAND Will you be one of them? [HuffPost] HOW CHEMTRAILS BELIEVERS CAN EXPLAIN THE EPIDEMIC OF FAKE NEWS “Because of the internet, anybody can put news out there. How do I know if it’s the truth or not?” [The Guardian] HOW LONG YOUR TRASH STICKS AROUND A plastic bag, for instance, can stick around longer than it took to build the Great Pyramid. [HuffPost] CONSERVATIONISTS ARE TRYING TO KEEP THE VAQUITA FROM BEING THE LATEST MAMMAL TO GO EXTINCT And here’s how they may inadvertently kill it. [HuffPost] CAN’T MAKE IT TO CANNES? Vote for a chance to join the conversation with our Editor in Chief Lydia Polgreen and Keith Weed, the CMO of Unilever as they chat about “Three Things Keeping Me Up At Night.” The session with the most votes will be streamed on YouTube. BEFORE YOU GO Heads up, parents: No fruit juice until your child turns one, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics. We’re getting that buddy movie with Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o thatthe internet dreamed up based on a photo.  Truckers talk about feeling like “throwaway people.” Having former President Barack Obama’s official photographer Pete Souza (and Trump troll extraordinaire) take President Frank Underwood’s photos throughout D.C. is marketing genius. There is a Trump tweet for every occasion. We have our first look at the dragons in Season 7 of “Game of Thrones. Just remember, that’s only 54 days away. We’d like it if Pippa Middleton packed us into her suitcase for her honeymoon based on the island she’s headed to. Chrissy Teigen accidentally poked squad Twitter. Tomi Lahren has a new job. Of course these Canadian teenagers flipped when Justin Trudeau crashed their prom pictures. And this gif of Ellen breaking the fourth wall is everything. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 мая, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Air France KLM SA, Bayer AG, J D Wetherspoon, Volkswagen AG and Unilever

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Air France KLM SA, Bayer AG, J D Wetherspoon, Volkswagen AG and Unilever

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19 мая, 18:17

Пластик будут утилизировать по технологии переработки телевизоров

Компания Unilever будет применять технологию на негабаритной упаковке

19 мая, 16:14

Top Ranked Value Stocks to Buy for May 19th

Top Ranked Value Stocks to Buy for May 19th

19 мая, 14:16

Friday's Morning Email: The Latest In The Trump-Comey Saga

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) THE TRUMP-COMEY SAGA CONTINUES President Donald Trump lashed out against the idea of a “special counsel appointment” Thursday, saying it was harmful for the country. More stories about former FBI Director James Comey’s thoughts on the president broke, including reports that Trump asked Comey when the Feds would say he wasn’t under investigation, as well as a detail about Comey attempting to blend into the curtains at the White House to avoid interactions with Trump. Comey is 6’8”. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told senators Thursday that he knew Trump would fire Comey before writing the infamous memo. All the while, Michael Flynn has yet to cooperate with the Senate Intelligence Committee. And many wonder why Trump continues to stand by the man despite denouncing his ties to Paul Manafort and Carter Page. [HuffPost] TRUMP: FORMER SEN. JOE LIEBERMAN TOP PICK FOR FBI DIRECTOR The other three candidates include “current acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; Frank Keating, the former governor of Oklahoma who previously served as an FBI agent and in high-level positions in the Justice Department; and Richard McFeely, who served in the FBI for 24 years before retiring as executive assistant director in 2014.” [HuffPost] SWEDEN DROPS SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES AGAINST JULIAN ASSANGE However, British police say the Wikileaks founder would still be arrested if he left the Ecuadorian embassy in London. [Reuters] MAN REPORTEDLY HIGH ON K2 KILLS 1, INJURES 22 BY PLOWING CAR THROUGH TIMES SQUARE Officials believe Richard Rojas was high on synthetic marijuana when he mowed down the crowd in New York City before crashing his car into security barricades. [HuffPost] THIS VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF THE FLOOD THREAT FROM A MELTING ANTARCTICA Doesn’t bode well for the world. [NYT] THE 2016 LITIGATION WILL NEVER END Former Vice President Joe Biden said, “I never thought [Clinton] was the correct candidate. I thought I was the correct candidate.” [HuffPost] JASON CHAFFETZ RESIGNING FROM CONGRESS SHORTLY The chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform announced he would step down by June 30, leaving before his term concluded in 2019. He is expected to head to Fox News. [HuffPost] TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO COMBAT THE RISK OF FAMINE IN SOMALIA “As their farms dry up and their cattle die, it’s impossible for people, many of whom are herders who rely on water, to escape the harsh environmental reality each day. They leave their homes, walking miles on the parched dirt in search of help.” [HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING TRUMP’S DISASTER RELIEF POLICY RAISING CONCERNS AS HURRICANE AND WILDFIRE SEASON NEARS The Trump administration denied 99 percent of the aid North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper asked for following Hurricane Matthew. [HuffPost] READ THE HUFFPOST STORY THAT INSPIRED YOUR NEWEST NETFLIX BINGE The streaming service’s “The Keepers” builds off a HuffPost investigative piece from 2015 about a group of Baltimore women  trying to solve the 1969 murder of a beloved young nun. [HuffPost] DID YOU KNOW PLANTS CAN HEAR? Yeah, we didn’t either. [HuffPost] WESTMINSTER ABBEY HAS MADE A CURIOUS STATEMENT PROCLAIMING DIVORCEES COULD GET MARRIED THERE Could this be signaling for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? And here’s your friendly reminder that Pippa Middleton is getting married tomorrow. Prepare yourself for the onslaught. [Vanity Fair] ‘HOW “MASTER OF NONE” CAPTURES THE LONELINESS OF CONSTANT CONNECTIVITY’ “The resulting collage is a plush image of modern life, its whirlwind moments and its moments of listlessness and isolation.” [HuffPost] CAN’T MAKE IT TO CANNES? Vote for a chance to join the conversation with our Editor in Chief Lydia Polgreen and Keith Weed, the CMO of Unilever, as they chat about “Three Things Keeping Me Up At Night.” The session with the most votes will be streamed on YouTube.  BEFORE YOU GO Roger Ailes is dead at 77. Chelsea Manning shared the first photo of herself since leaving prison. Chris Cornell’s cause of death has been ruled a suicide.  It’s incredibly disturbing that this man broke into Amber Rose’s house while she slept and just sat there for hours before leaving. You’ll soon be able to binge (and then be terrified by) another Margaret Atwood creation. We wish our parents had sent us to the kindergarten where you get to play in the forest all day long. Of course you’re going to love Harry Styles’ latest “Carpool Karaoke.”  Don’t worry “This Is Us” fans ― William will be back for Season 2. We are all this dog attempting to do human exercises. T-Pain and Lil Wayne have collaborated for “T-Wayne.” How did we not think of this earlier? Trump and Toby Keith are holding a men-only concert in Saudi Arabia. The tweets that sum up married life in a nutshell. Meet the workers who “sandblast Chernobyl’s radioactive metal.” Could you eat the “world’s hottest pepper?” And have you paid attention to the news this past week? Test your knowledge with this week’s HuffPost Headline Quiz. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

19 мая, 02:18

Five Strong Buys Bucking Market Trends

Yesterday???s face-melting selloff certainly put plenty of stocks under pressure but some broke out to the upside

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18 мая, 10:47

CEO Colgate-Palmolive намекнул на возможность продажи компании

По сведениям из осведомленного источника, CEO американского производителя средств гигиены Colgate-Palmolive намекнул, что открыт для возможности продажи компании. Как сообщает источник, в рамках недавно проходившей встречи с институциональными инвесторами Ян Кук (Ian Cook) заявил, что будет готов продать каждую бумагу компании за $100, таким образом, оценив ее более чем в $88 млрд. Следует отметить, что в последнее время Colgate-Palmolive столкнулась с ослаблением спроса на ряд своих продуктов, причем слухи о возможности продажи компании возникли ранее, когда появилась информация о возможной заинтересованности гиганта Unilever в ее приобретении.

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18 мая, 10:14

CEO Colgate-Palmolive намекнул на возможность продажи компании

По сведениям из осведомленного источника, CEO американского производителя средств гигиены Colgate-Palmolive намекнул, что открыт для возможности продажи компании. Как сообщает источник, в рамках недавно проходившей встречи с институциональными инвесторами Ян Кук (Ian Cook) заявил, что будет готов продать каждую бумагу компании за $100, таким образом, оценив ее более чем в $88 млрд. Следует отметить, что в последнее время Colgate-Palmolive столкнулась с ослаблением спроса на ряд своих продуктов, причем слухи о возможности продажи компании возникли ранее, когда появилась информация о возможной заинтересованности гиганта Unilever в ее приобретении.

17 мая, 22:28

Shares of Colgate-Palmolive (CL) Pop as CEO May Want to Sell

On Wednesday, shares of leading global consumer products company Colgate-Palmolive Co. (CL) are popping, up over 5% to $75.25 per share in afternoon trading after the New York Post reported that its CEO, Ian Cook, could be open to a sale.

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17 мая, 17:28

Top Ranked Growth Stocks to Buy for May 17th

Top Ranked Growth Stocks to Buy for May 17th

17 мая, 16:30

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Whole Foods Market, SuperValu, Sprouts Farmers Market, United Natural Foods and Unilever

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Whole Foods Market, SuperValu, Sprouts Farmers Market, United Natural Foods and Unilever

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15 мая, 17:47

How beauty giant Dove went from empowering to patronising

The £3bn toiletries brand was one of the first brands to embrace ‘femvertising’, but its body-shaped bottles have been roundly ridiculed. Can it repair the damage?What is real beauty? A newborn baby? Kate Moss? A gently melting brie? It’s a question that toiletries giant Dove has been pondering for decades. Posing it has made its owners a mint, too: last year, valuers Brand Finance estimated the Unilever-owned company to be worth $4.1bn (£3bn), making it the 10th most valuable beauty brand in the world.However, recent developments have tarnished its reputation as one of the few beauty brands that felt as if it was on a woman’s side. Even though its Real Beauty bottles – made to reflect the diversity of women’s body shapes – aren’t going into production, damage limitation is impossible in an age of Facebook and Twitter memes. We may never be able to buy them – thank God – but we all know they exist. Continue reading...

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15 мая, 14:24

Let's hold Apple and Walmart to their big environmental promises | Fred Pearce

It’s easy to be cynical about the recent rush of bold corporate sustainability targets, but brands that buy into a green image may find it hard to deviate too farCall them the “moon shot” promises. The big, bold corporate sustainability targets that take your breath away, and may scramble your trust as well. Can Apple really cease to depend on mining for any of the metal in its products, a goal it announced (pdf) in April? Continue reading...

15 мая, 09:00

Конкурс между сотрудниками. Как эффективно перестроить бизнес-процесс

​1 июня 2017 года состоится вторая конференция «Управление эффективностью работы персонала». На мероприятии успешные эксперты-управленцы поделятся своим опытом повышения эффективности работы сотрудников.

14 мая, 15:47

Gender Equality: Facts Or Alternative Facts?

How Do You Fix A Problem If The People In Power Don’t See A Problem? The question posed above is a disturbing one and it refers to gender parity. So, what better day to breach the subject than on Mother’s Day! Only a few months ago, on March 8, 2017, we celebrated International Women’s Day. This year’s theme was “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030” and was accompanied by the hashtag, #BeBoldForChange. At the heart of the issue is that most global women (including women from our country) are not convinced that this is anything more than “blah, blah, blah” about supporting gender equality without putting real commitment behind the words. Scary Facts Behind The “Blah…Blah…Blah…” Women today are paid 83 cents for every dollar a man earns, as per Gallup. This has “…barely budged in over a decade.” According to a report from the National Women’s Law Center, “The average full-time working woman will lose more than $460,000 over a 40 year period in wages due only to the wage gap. To catch up she will need to work 12 additional years.” A report by LeanIn.Org and McKinsey indicated that “Women are less likely to receive the first critical promotion to manager—so far fewer end up on the path to leadership—and they are less likely to be hired into more senior positions… Corporate America promotes men at 30 percent higher rates than women during early career stages…” Women are not seeing the advances they want in the workplace and are dropping out. Gallup reports that in 2000, the percentage of women in the U.S. labor force was 59.9%, but had dwindled to 56.7% by 2015. Women are more educated than men, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics. For the class of 2013-1014, women earned more than half of bachelor’s degrees (57.1%), masters degrees (59.9%), and doctorate degrees (51.8%). In 2015, “Men held 73.1% of S&P 500 new directorships, while women held 26.9%,” according to Catalyst. Women are the world’s most powerful consumers, controlling $12 trillion or 65% of consumer spending, according to Oxfam International. Should We Really Wait 170 Years For Equality? As reported by Alan Jope, President of Personal Care at Unilever, during the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting this year, “…things have gotten worse during 2016 and economic gender equality will not be achieved for another 170 Years.” For me, another disheartening finding of people losing hope was noted within the Western Union Multi-Generational Survey, Unlocking Gender Inequality & Education. When asked what percentage of “women and girls feel very optimistic about achieving gender equality in their country and globally,” only about one third of respondents were very optimistic. The Faces In Government Are Those Of White Republican Men It’s even more depressing to note in a survey conducted by PerryUndem, The State Of The Union On Gender Equality, Sexism, And Women’s Rights, found that many Republican men, who are in power in our country, don’t even perceive that there is a gender inequality issue. There is an alarming disconnect between perception and reality. According to the survey, 39% of Republican men don’t see a gender inequality problem and say that we have achieved gender equality for women. Nearly two-thirds (64%) believe women have equal or more financial stability than men and close to half (46%) say there are equal or more women in positions of power in society than men. Finally, 51% of Republican men are more likely to say it is a “good time to be a woman in America.” Sexual Assault Is Under Assault The study went on to say that, “Four in ten (men) (40%) agree that women like to tease men and then refuse male advances. Three in ten (29%) say grabbing a woman by her genitalia without consent is either not sexual assault or they are not sure. Two-thirds of Republican men (65%) were not upset by Trump’s comments and behavior expressed in the Access Hollywood tape.” The survey goes on to say that, “Fewer than half of Republican men in the survey say the following factors affect women’s rights or equality: sexism (48% perceive it affecting equality), violence against women (47%), unequal caregiving responsibilities (36%), racism (35%), access to abortion (34%), and access to birth control (32%). Only one in four Republican men (24%) say a lack of women in political office affects women’s rights and equality.” We Need To Be The Change Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UNWomen said, “We want to construct a different world of work for women. As they grow up, girls must be exposed to a broad range of careers, and encouraged to make choices that lead beyond the traditional service and care options to jobs in industry, art, public service modern agriculture and science…” We need to raise our girls (and boys) to understand that equality is a right and not a privilege. We are all entitled to safe, humane environments at home and at work. We all need never to worry about being respected and valued, being paid the same, or if we will have access to education or training. Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Peace Prize recipient, stated this more eloquently than I. “We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” We need to all embrace the ancient Chinese proverb and understand that indeed, “Women hold up half the sky.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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11 мая, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Unilever, Associated British Foods, RELX, Pearson and BT Group

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Unilever, Associated British Foods, RELX, Pearson and BT Group

10 мая, 23:25

This Week's Top Growth & Income Stocks

Two multinational companies benefitting from strong economic growth in emerging markets are this week???s Growth & Income picks (UL, TUP).

10 мая, 21:49

Britain's Economy Recovers from Q1 Hiccups: 5 Stocks to Buy

Gains in manufacturing, services and construction signal all round economic improvements

09 мая, 14:20

5 Dirt Cheap PEG Stocks that Value Investors Love

A lower PEG ratio is always better for value investors.