Pharmacies will soon be flying drugs directly to you. On Monday, UPS announced that it’s partnering with CVS to launch drone delivery for the pharmacy, where drones will carry both prescriptions and other convenience products to people’s homes. UPS is currently working with the Federal Aviation Administration on possible locations for the program. advertisement advertisement The news follows an announcement last week that Walgreens would begin offering drone deliveries in Christiansburg, Virginia, through FedEx and Alphabet’s Project Wing drone airline. The three companies plan to ferry the most rudimentary pharmacy goods such as Band-Aids and Cheez-Its to a population of just over 22,000. For the time being, Walgreens will only deliver over-the-counter medications as well as convenience items like tampons, chips, and ibuprofen. The pharmacy will not be sending prescription drugs through the air—yet. UPS launched its first drone pilot with the … [Read more...] about Drones from CVS and Walgreens are finally here—and they’re bringing Band-Aids
Karnataka-based Vishwaraj Sugar Industries (VSL) made a debut in the primary market on Monday, September 30.The company offered 1 crore equity shares at a price band of Rs 55-60 per share. The initial public offer (IPO) will close on Friday, October 4The IPO comprises of an offer for sale of 70 lakh shares and 30 lakh fresh issue, with a face value of Rs 10 per share. After the IPO, promoters' and promoters groups' stake in the company will come down to 31.35 percent from 54.22 percent before the issue.Close Also read: IRCTC IPO: Brokerages say buy, but risk remains part of equation related news These 26 stocks saw EPS downgrades in 4 quarters: time to book out? Market Headstart | Nifty may open flat over fears of delay in 'Phase one' US-China trade deal Trade Setup for Friday: Top 13 things to know before Opening Bell Aryaman Financial Services is the book running lead manager to the issue.Brokerages have expressed subdued outlook on the issue despite … [Read more...] about Vishwaraj Sugar IPO opens; here’s what brokerages say
The extra-large architectural complex–art museums, libraries, office complexes–built so prolifically over the past decade are commonly described as expressions of civic pride. They might just as easily be called grandiose expressions of runaway prosperity and municipal vanity. Whatever you call them, shrinking government revenue and newly parsimonious corporate donors have combined to bring the curtain down on mega-projects. Welcome to the post-big epoch. advertisement advertisement Nothing signals the death of an era more conclusively than academic post-mortems. On Saturday the Cooper Union held an all-day conference, “Arrested Development,” to discuss the dubious fate of mega-projects. Point of debate: Are projects like the Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn and sustainable neighborhoods like the Beddington Zero Energy Development in England (above) beneficial or harmful to surrounding communities? Like many such mega-projects, Atlantic Yards would … [Read more...] about The Post-Big Era: Will Small-Scale Ingenuity Replace Large-Scale Architecture?
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Bangladesh spun their way to a first test victory over Australia on Wednesday, with Shakib Al Hasan’s second five-wicket haul of the match securing a memorable 20-run win inside four days at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.Overnight batsman David Warner struck a belligerent 112 and added 130 runs with skipper Steve Smith but their efforts were in vain as the hosts took a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.Chasing 265 to win, Australia lost five wickets in an eventful morning session, and whatever hopes they had were snuffed out when Shakib bowled Glenn Maxwell with the first delivery after the lunch break.Close Pat Cummins scored an unbeaten 33 down the order to inject some drama but it was not enough in the end as Australia were all out for 244. related news IND vs BAN, 2nd Test, Day 1 Highlights: Kohli, Pujara 50s take India to 174/3 after pacers skittle Bangladesh at 106 India vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test Highlights: As it happened IND vs BAN Pink Ball Test: Bangla PM … [Read more...] about Shakib Al Hasan brilliance helps Bangladesh humble Australia