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Adidas abandons the robot's Speedfactories in Germany and the United States

Adidas abandons its robot manned Speedfactories in Ansbach, Germany and Atlanta, USA. Both plants, which are operated in collaboration with the German plastic specialist Oechsler, will be closed "by April 2020," the company said in a press release. However, the sportswear giant emphasized that some of its Speedfactory processes would be adopted by two suppliers in Asia, where the manufacturer …

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New iPhone 12 models represent the plate, four "cameras" – 9to5Mac

We have already seen a set of iPhone 12, but we noted at that time that the note-free design shown is not feasible for next year's models. But today, new iPhone 12 concept images give us a more realistic idea of ​​what next year's flagship iPhone design might look like, based on reports from noted Apple supply chain analyst Ming-Chi …

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Southeast Asia's growing e-commerce market

The Lazada application seen on an iPhone. Guillaume Payen | LightRocket | Getty Images Southeast Asian e-commerce player Lazada said it received a record of 3 million orders within the first 60 minutes of the mega 24-hour shopping event known as Singles Day or 11.11. Lazada has operations in six regional markets: Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. …

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Business overview and top company analysis forecast in 2026 – Market publicist

Extruded Snacks Market Overview: This research study is one of the most detailed and accurate that focuses only on the Extruded Snacks Market. It highlights critical factors affecting the growth of the extruded snack market on several fronts. Market participants can use the report to gain a healthy understanding of the competitive landscape and strategies adopted by leading players in …

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Bong Tan passes away at 53 »Manila Bulletin Business

Updated November 11, 2019, 12:41 PM Lucio "Bong" Tan Jr., the newly appointed president of PAL Holdings Inc. and the son of Taipan Lucio Tan, has passed away at 53 years after lying into hospital when he became unconscious during a basketball game last Saturday. In a statement, his sister Vivienne K. Tan said: "It is with deep sadness that …

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British Steel agrees £ 70m rescue with Chinese firm

Image copyright Reuters British Steel is set to announce a rescue deal with China's Jingye Group, which could secure up to 4,000 jobs in the UK. Jingye Group has agreed in principle to buy British Steel for £ 70m. It is understood that the government will help in the form of loan guarantees and other financial support. British Steel has …

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Sweden-based e-scooter company Voi raises $ 85 million

An electric scooter from Swedish tech start-up Voi Technology. Voi Technology Swedish electric scooter sharing start-up Voi Technology has raised $ 85 million from investors, a move the firm hopes will help it achieve profitability in The next few years. The new round was led by Stockholm-based investment group Vostok New Ventures, Voi said Monday. Existing investors Balderton Capital, Creandum …

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Business tycoon John L. Gokongwei, Jr., 93

By Denise A. Valdez Reporter BUSINESS TYCOON John L. Gokongwei, Jr., founder and chairman emeritus of listed conglomerate JG Summit Holdings, Inc. and two of its listed entities, was killed on Saturday. He was 93. The conglomerate confirmed his death in a statement on Sunday, saying his wake will be held Nov. 11-14 at Heritage Park in Taguig City. A …

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Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson died unexpectedly in his sleep

Bernard J. Tyson, chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died unexpectedly in his sleep on November 10 at age 60, according to the company. The company called the executive "an outstanding leader, visionary and champion of high quality, inexpensive healthcare for all Americans, Bernard was a tireless advocate for Kaiser Permanente, our members and the communities we serve." Tyson was …

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Neda: GDP grows faster in the fourth quarter, but the full-year target iffy

THE National Economic and The Development Authority (Neda) is still confident that the country's economy will do so expands faster during the last quarter of the year, but the number may fall short of the government's goals. Secretary for Socio-Economic Planning Ernesto M. Pernia recently told reporters that his "fearless prognosis" is too fourth quarter GDP to increase by 6.5 …

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