Yahoo Finance's Kumutha Ramanathan has the latest from London.
Yahoo Finance's Kumutha Ramanathan has the latest from London.
This year has taught us a lot of things, but here is one major 2020 lesson: Tech skills are a virtual necessity. There is even a term for it: “Digital upskilling”. Patricia Miller is already a pro.
Top news and what to watch in the markets on Thursday, October 22, 2020.
Will the winner be Donald Trump or Joe Biden? Different stocks among the 100 most popular on the Robinhood trading platform are likely to prosper more under one of these candidates than under the other. Here are three Robinhood stocks that are especially likely to skyrocket if Joe Biden wins in November.
First Thing election special: Barack Obama is back on the campaign trailThe 44th US president told Biden supporters in Pennsylvania: ‘Trump isn’t going to protect us.’ Plus, could Borat swing the election?
The U.S. Justice Department's nascent antitrust case against Google will get the attention it needs to succeed if Democrat Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency next month, antitrust experts said. William Kovacic, an antitrust professor at George Washington University Law School, said he expects a Biden Justice Department would do one of two things: support the case all the way as it is, or amend the complaint to add new claims. "What they will not do is drop this case," Kovacic predicted.
The "2020 UV Water Treatment Equipment Market: United States" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Burger King will begin testing reusable containers next year to reduce waste from sandwich and soda packaging, the burger brand said on Thursday. The chain, a unit of Restaurant Brands International <QSR.TO>, hopes customers will ask for their food to come in the reusable packages, pay a deposit, and get the money back after they scan used soda cups and burger boxes through an app before returning them. Burger King worked with waste management firm TerraCycle Inc's Loop unit on a so-called closed-loop system that creates no waste because special packages are repeatedly cleaned and re-used.
Dublin, Oct. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Functional Ingredients Trend Report 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. In this report, we'll be breaking down emerging innovations within this space, offering key insight into the emerging trends that consumers care about today. Uncover the patterns within this industry to inform your own innovative approaches, and learn more about the changes to consumer motivations that are continuing to evolve.For today's modern, health-conscious consumer, the motivations behind food and beverage purchases have seen a marked shift. Consumer preferences that once revolved around caloric content are evolving, with a preference for nutritional value growing in importance. With a growing understanding of the potentially harmful claims made in the "dieting" industry, as well as the growing body positive movement among younger generations, we're seeing consumers begin to prioritize overall health over weight-related concerns in their ingredient-based purchasing decisions. As a result of these evolutions, seeking out products with elevated benefits and nutritional value becomes increasingly important, with the role of functional ingredients evolving across various industries. Key Topics Covered: 1. Report Summary - Functional Ingredients Trend Reports Megatrends Overview2. Consumer Insights - Overlooked Opportunities Beautifying DessertDrinkable OmegaProbiotic SnackingCold Brew CognitiveEnhanced RiceberryAdaptogenic Brew 3. Specific Examples - Relevant Ideas & Case Studies Brewed Functional BeveragesFunctional Granola ClustersFunctional Collagen-Infused BarsMix-and-Match Functional DrinksPerformance Water BeveragesOvernight Oat BarsCollagen-Enriched YogurtsReady-to-Drink Nootropic ShotsPuffed Supergrain SnacksInsect-Infused Energy BarsNootropic Performance Energy DrinksFunctional Gut Health BeveragesVitamin-Enriched Chocolate BitesMagnesium-Infused JuicesHolistic Protein ProductsFunctional Fizzy BeveragesCalming Cold Brew CoffeesAdaptogenic Amazonian ElixirsEdible Skincare PearlsFunctional Soft DrinksFunctional Frozen PopsMushroom Wellness ShotsFunctional Coffee RefreshmentsWhole-Plant Chocolate SnacksPrebiotic Botanical TonicsSparkling Adaptogenic DrinksRaw Beauty ChocolatesRelaxing CBD-Rich Teas5-HTP-Infused Recovery DrinksFunctional Muesli MixesConvenient Sun Care ShotsAdaptogenic Canned CoffeesSkin Glow-Supporting Latte BlendMental Health TeasImmunity-Boosting Energy Drinks 4. Appendix Companies Mentioned COREIGNITE BeveragesTalking RainThe Naked CollectiveTropicana For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/7pduov Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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'Thinly disguised political research' fed into Morrison government's pandemic adsOfficials are unable to say how much was spent on taxpayer-funded campaigns based on surveys by a longtime researcher for the Liberals
The premier of Canada's oil-producing province Alberta is losing popularity as the pandemic deepens its economic woes, highlighting the big pipeline bet that Jason Kenney has riding on the U.S. election. Kenney said in March that Alberta would invest C$1.5 billion ($1.14 billion) in TC Energy Corp's Keystone XL (KXL) oil pipeline and back the company's C$6-billion credit facility. It faces a potentially fatal blow if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, leading in polls, wins the White House on Nov. 3.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's plan to raise corporate taxes would have a modest impact on profits of big U.S. banks and probably not before 2022, analysts said. Other aspects of Biden's plan, including tax credits for low and moderate income households and government spending on infrastructure, could lead to fewer loan losses and more lending revenue, they said. Banks were big beneficiaries of tax cuts under President Donald Trump, making a reversal seem ominous.
EURid released its Q3 2020 Progress Report today, sharing its quarterly statistics and developments. Highlights include:
No more queueing in the post office!
The "UHT Milk - Global Market Outlook (2019-2027)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Duke of Cambridge said the science is 'irrefutable'.
The Lord’s-based county confronted the issue at a recent board meeting.
An hour later, Pennsylvania counties begin to report and it seems to be a slam dunk for U.S. President Donald Trump. Early vote counts in the most competitive, battleground states can be particularly misleading this election because of the surge in mail-in or absentee ballots, and the different ways that they are processed. The states that count mail-in votes before Election Day are likely to give Biden an early lead, since opinion polls and early voting data suggest those ballots favor the Democrat.
The Vatican and China extended a controversial accord on bishop nominations Thursday over strong opposition from the White House and conservative Catholics. The Holy See and Beijing government jointly announced a two-year extension to the 2018 agreement, which expired Thursday. The Vatican defended the extension by saying the agreement was purely ecclesiastic and pastoral in nature, and not political.
When it comes to picking great stocks, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett is in a class of his own. Over the last 55 years, Buffett has helped Berkshire's stock achieve a compound annual average gain of 20.3%, which more than doubles the total return of the S&P 500, inclusive of dividends. Overall, $100 invested in Berkshire Hathaway stock at the beginning of 1965 would have been worth over $2.7 million by Dec. 31, 2019.