American Express has a new logo, but it probably slipped under your radar. It’s part of a complete brand redesign led by Pentagram partner Abbott Miller. The credit card company has swapped out its blue box with a gradient for . . . a blue box without a gradient. advertisement advertisement “We didn’t want people to say, Oh, did you see that new logo [ugh],” says Miller. “It was more if you cleaned the smudges off your lenses. It’s cleaner. Clearer.” While Pentagram’s work doesn’t look significant at a glance, when you actually analyze the logo itself, you can see that the firm has subtly reengineered the word mark to break American Express out of its own blue box. “I felt like the old blue box was sort of like a punctuation mark in their communications, from an older sensibility about being low-key about the branding,” says Miller. “What we’ve given them are tools to make their voice more … [Read more...] about American Express Gets Its First New Logo In Over 40 Years
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Be honest: How is your progress so far on those New Year’s resolutions you lined up just a few weeks ago? As January wears on and the cold, dreary weather continues for many of us, sticking with your resolutions can quickly start to seem more challenging than you’d expected–and sometimes completely impossible. advertisement advertisement If you’ve made and broken countless resolutions in the past and are already struggling this year, don’t give up hope just yet. It simply might be time to take a different approach to your resolutions. Understanding a little bit more about how the brain reacts to rewards and motivations could make the difference between forming a new habit for life and giving into temptation or laziness after a few weeks. Related: Your Brain’s Personal Trainer Would Give You This Advice 1. Visualize Your Goals Your brain is programmed to regard any change in your usual habits as a threat and will resort to … [Read more...] about 4 Ways To Trick Your Brain Into Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions
Shishir Asthana"Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again."These words from Nelson Mandela are true for every successful person, be it a businessman, sportsperson, musician or a trader. It is especially true in the case of Asit Baran Pati, who rose like a phoenix from the ashes of his creation.Close From a well paying Investment Banking job to live off his mother’s pension money, Asit has seen it all. It was his confidence and persistence in search of a winning formula and sticking to it that made him a successful trader. The taste of freedom between jobs when he attempted to trade fulltime, was his driving force. related news How Vishal Mehta undertook a journey from discretionary to system trading for consistent gains Mitesh Patel: The angry young man of options trading Sushil Bhagat: An all-round investor, options trader and successful corporate executive A short term momentum trader and a scalper, he is among the … [Read more...] about Asit Baran Pati | An options buyer journey to financial freedom
For a certain substrata of Twitter, Tuesday afternoon felt a lot like Schadenfreude Christmas. advertisement advertisement First came the news that Jacob Wohl, an atonal Trump rally chant made flesh, created a fake company with the hilarious moniker “Surefire Intelligence” to launch a smear campaign against Robert Mueller, and got caught in part because the company’s contact number went to his mom’s voicemail. (The Coen Brothers would be hard-pressed to invent a more inept scammer.) The cross-section of Twitter resigned to seeing Wohl’s increasingly bizarre and shrill defenses of the president broke out into swift celebration. “Jacob Wohl” became the top trending topic, a peak he had likely long aspired to reach, if perhaps not in the way he finally did. As if all this weren’t enough comeuppance for one day, then came these tweets from Kanye West. I introduced Candace to the person who made the logo and they didn’t want … [Read more...] about Kanye’s done with MAGA and Twitter is done with Kanye. A eulogy for the former artist.
HDFC Asset Management Company share price fell 3 percent intraday on December 4 after foreign promoter Standard Life Investments started selling some stake in the company through offer for sale.The two-day offer for sale issue has opened for subscription today only for non-retail investors. On December 5, it will remain open for non-retail as well as retail investors.The floor price for the issue has been fixed at Rs 3,170, a discount of 7.88 percent to Tuesday's closing price.Close Standard Life Investments on December 3 told exchanges that through offer for sale, it would sell upto 47,50,000 equity shares (representing 2.23 percent of the total paid up equity share capital) of HDFC Asset Management Company, with an option to additionally sell up to 38,50,000 equity shares (representing 1.81 percent). related news D-Street Buzz: Banks bleed led by YES Bank, RBL Bank, SBI; Omaxe tanks 20% Shakti Pumps shares fall 3% after CARE revises credit rating Andhra Bank share … [Read more...] about HDFC AMC share price falls 3% as offer for sale by Standard Life opens