Sweet dreams for farm business as its natural sleep aid gains admirers BelfastTelegraph.co.uk If you suffer from insomnia or your young children still struggle to stay asleep the whole night, a product like Lullaby Milk is likely to be of interest. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/northern-ireland/sweet-dreams-for-farm-business-as-its-natural-sleep-aid-gains-admirers-37876785.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/northern-ireland/article37876782.ece/e6762/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-03-05_bus_48465670_I1.JPG Email If you suffer from insomnia or your young children still struggle to stay asleep the whole night, a product like Lullaby Milk is likely to be of interest. Weekly Business Digest Newsletter It's a cow's milk that is rich in melatonin, a natural hormone which we produce in our bodies at night to get you ready for sleep, and works on the basis - scientifically proven - that when cows are milked before daybreak, their milk contains higher levels of the … [Read more...] about Sweet dreams for farm business as its natural sleep aid gains admirers
Business people it
Business | China Uses DNA to Track Its People. It Got Help From the U.S. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index The Chinese authorities turned to an American company and a prominent Yale researcher as they built an enormous system of surveillance and control. Tahir Imin, a 38-year-old Uighur, had his blood drawn, his face scanned and his voice recorded by the authorities in China's Xinjiang region. Credit Credit Kate Warren for The New York Times Supported by BySui-Lee Wee Feb. 21, 2019 BEIJING — The authorities called it a free health check. Tahir Imin had his doubts. They drew blood from the 38-year-old Muslim, scanned his face, recorded his voice and took his fingerprints. They didn’t bother to check his heart or kidneys, and they rebuffed his request to see the results. “They said, ‘You don’t have the right to ask about this,’” Mr. Imin said. “‘If you want … [Read more...] about China Uses DNA to Track Its People. It Got Help From the U.S.
ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS Minneapolis-based Solve has been named agency of record for Sunoco, a Dallas-based gasoline retailer and wholesaler. … Nemer Fieger, St. Louis Park, announced the following new clients: Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota; Angel Foundation; Donnie Smith Bike Show; Intercontinental MSP Hotel & Resort; Society Insurance, and Veritas Financial. AGRICULTURE Agribusiness giant Cargill, Wayzata, announced that it has selected Jon Nash to lead its North American protein business. ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING Pope Architects, St. Paul, announced the promotion of Amy Maldonado, Brock Martinson, Christine Soma and Rebecca Frenning to the associate level in the firm. CONSTRUCTION Beth Nde of Adolfson & Peterson Construction, was named president of the Minnesota Builders Exchange board of directors; other board member and officers include: Danielle Dziedzic, Dziedzic Caulking, vice president; Erik Molin, Molin Concrete … [Read more...] about Business People: Sunday, Feb. 10
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Business From It. Supported by ByKaren Weise Jan. 20, 2019 SEATTLE — When a chain of physical therapy centers wanted new patients, it aimed online ads at people near its offices who had bought knee braces recently on Amazon. When a financial services provider wanted to promote its retirement advisory business, it directed ads to people in their 40s and 50s who had recently ordered a personal finance book from Amazon. And when a major credit card company wanted new customers, it targeted people who used cards from other banks on the retail site. The advertisers found those people by using Amazon’s advertising services, which leverage what the company knows better than anyone: consumers’ online buying habits. … [Read more...] about Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Business From It.
Financial advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, with offices in Minneapolis, announced it is merging with Springsted Inc. of St. Paul, which provides public sector financial guidance. The move will add some 200 Springsted employees to Baker Tilly after a transition period. The combined firm’s presence in St. Paul will be maintained. Also involved in the deal is Indianapolis-based accounting firm H.J. Umbaugh and Associates. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. APPAREL Menswear brand Fisher + Baker, Minneapolis, has hired Monica Allen as product developer. ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING HGA announced the following Minneapolis promotions: vice presidents: Krista Biason, Alanna Carter, Rebecca Celis, Erika Eklund and Johanna Harris; associate vice presidents: Amy Braford Whittey, Greg Freeman, Michelle Hammer, Laura Lusson, Nat Madson, Stephanie Nordstrom and Jon Weaver. HGA is based in Minneapolis. … WSB, Golden … [Read more...] about Business People: Baker Tilly merging with St. Paul’s Springsted