What can you, an everyday lover of democracy, do in this moment? You can give the USPS 35 cents, buy a stamp, and be part of the Postcards for Democracy project—spearheaded by artist Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo fame and multimedia artist Beatie Wolfe. Their project is inviting people to create and mail handmade postcards to an address on the project website, to be part of a collective demonstration over the need for a robust mail service during this time. … [Read more...] about Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh survived COVID-19. Now he wants to save the USPS
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Puri also highlighted the performance of ITC for FY20 at the AGM. Gross Revenue and PBT (before exceptional items) for FY20 stood at around Rs 46,300 crores and Rs 19300 crores respectively. Non-cigarette segment revenue rose to Rs 31,000 crores during the year, accounting for nearly 60 percent of ITC’s total segment revenue. … [Read more...] about ITC AGM: 40 new products launched in COVID-19 pandemic, gearing up for ‘next normal’: Chairman Sanjiv Puri
Vodafone Idea said its board will meet on September 4 to discuss the fundraising proposals. The board will assess capital raising measures such as public issue, preferential allotment, private placement, including a qualified institutions placement, by way of issuing equity shares of other instruments. … [Read more...] about Vodafone Idea shares hit upper circuit on $4 bil funding buzz from Verizon, Amazon
"With my height, I can afford to go a fraction fuller, especially out here with the extra bounce. I try to make guys commit to play off the front foot...and if it does swing or seam you have a chance of bringing the edge in," Jamieson revealed his simple gameplan. … [Read more...] about India vs New Zealand 1st Test, Day 1: IND batsmen fall short under challenging conditions
In normal times, owners of large office buildings would typically not entertain a one- or two-year lease extension for a large tenant, said Franklin Wallach, senior managing director of the New York Research Group at Colliers. “They see that new leasing activity has dropped off while the amount of sublet space coming into the market is on the rise, so the average landlord wants to keep the tenant in the building.” … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?