Swedish singer Zara Larsson on Tuesday announced the end of her collaboration with Chinese tech giant Huawei as she felt hindered by the collaboration to take a stand on what China ‘was doing’ in regards to the Uighurs, TikTok and Hong Kong. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s not something I stand behind’: Swedish singer Zara Larsson ends her collaboration with Huawei
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9. “It’s not fake news, it’s on video” Words cannot express how gratifying it is for the gaslit masses to see Trump downplay the excessive force authorities have used against protesters as “fake news,” only for Swan to insist, to his face, that “It’s not fake news, it’s on video.” … [Read more...] about 11 jaw-dropping moments from Trump’s flabbergasting ‘Axios’ interview
"The sector was already reeling under pressure during pre-COVID and current demand is very low. In the near-term, the trend will be volatile due to uncertainty and over-optimism recently. In a medium to long-term basis, the commercial vehicle sector will turn out as a dark horse and auto as a good candidate of contra-bet," said Nair of Geojit Financial Services. … [Read more...] about July auto sales signal recovery: Should you buy stocks from the sector?
Reynolds invested in Aviation, which was originally founded by a bartender and distiller duo in the Pacific Northwest, mostly because he liked it so much that he couldn’t stop thinking of ways to help it succeed. Which is pretty much the same reason he purchased a significant ownership stake in four-year-old Mint Mobile last year. Mint is what’s known as an MVNO—a mobile virtual network operator—which means it purchases excess wholesale capacity from a big nationwide network (T-Mobile, in Mint’s case) and rebundles it for customers. MVNO brands, which include Boost Mobile, Google Fi, and carriers’ own low-cost options such as AT&T’s Cricket, typically have no retail footprint and relatively tiny marketing budgets. That’s where Reynolds saw an opportunity. He felt the value proposition was so strong—most Mint plans are $15 a month, compared to around $60 for the major brands—that his unique ability to get the word out would … [Read more...] about Ryan Reynolds on ‘Deadpool,’ diversity, and the secrets of successful marketing