The other exec Bloomberg says will soon depart is Duco Pasmooij, a longtime operations VP at the company who in recent years has moved to the company’s augmented reality division. As an operations VP, Pasmooij spent years overseeing product operations related to the iPhone. … [Read more...] about Apple just lost its VP of manufacturing design, while another ops exec is looking to leave
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The government on Thursday said it has sanctioned 32 projects in the food processing sector leveraging an investment of Rs 406 crore under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sampada Yojana (PMKSY). These projects are spread in 17 states and aim to create employment for 15,000 people. … [Read more...] about Govt nod for 32 food processing projects worth Rs 406 cr
The bench said that this incident of assault was reported by the Principal District Judge to the High Court after the victim had personally approached him immediately after the occurrence and he (the Principal District Judge) found that the victim had sustained burn injuries and got the victim treated. … [Read more...] about SC upholds compulsory retirement of 2 judicial officers, one had used ‘highly sexist’ remarks
“We’ve got a propaganda machine going. After we were involved in this film 180 Degrees South [a 2010 documentary retracing Chouinard’s 1968 journey from Ventura, California, to Patagonia, Chile] and then DamNation [Patagonia’s 2014 movie about the damage dams can do], we realized the power that we have in film. I had no idea. With DamNation, we got the whole Obama administration to rethink hydropower. They no longer considered it green energy. Now it’s back, of course, with Trump, but that was it; they said hydropower is not green energy, and that was as a result of our film. We recognize that people make decisions based on emotion, and the best way to elicit emotion is through film. It’s not through books or catalogs or speeches. So we’re in the film business. We’re working on 10 films at a time these days. Some of them don’t make a cent. But that’s not the purpose.” … [Read more...] about Patagonia’s new film celebrates activists fighting urban oil drilling in L.A.
Bill was among the first five patients to receive the drug. He took his first pill before he went to bed one night in February 2012—and at about 2 a.m., he woke up with a sensation he hadn’t felt in 15 years. He could breathe through both nostrils. Not only that, he could actually smell. The drug was working, and Bill realized that his future had changed overnight. … [Read more...] about Why patients have begun to lead the way in the fight against rare diseases