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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Directed by Anjali Nayar, it’s a departure from the wide open spaces we’ve become accustomed to seeing in Patagonia’s growing catalog of activist branded content. The middle of Los Angeles feels distinctly different than protecting a surf break and Chilean fishing village in 2015’s The Fisherman’s Son or last year’s take on offshore, penned fish farms in Artifishal. And it is hundreds of miles from Missoula, Montana, where earlier this month the brand premiered its new feature-length documentary Public Trust, about America’s system of public lands and the fight to protect them. … [Read more...] about Patagonia’s new film celebrates activists fighting urban oil drilling in L.A.
FMCG majors HUL and Nestle have been jointly ranked first in the industry for their approach to nutrition in the 'India Access to Nutrition Spotlight Index'. They were followed by food and beverages major PepsiCo India, Britannia Industries and Coca-Cola India. … [Read more...] about HUL, Nestle ranked first in nutrition index
U.S. markets are crashing. The Dow dropped 2.2%, the S&P 500 2.5%, and the Nasdaq 2.9% this morning, and are showing signs of heading further south. The Dow and S&P 500 have lost 10% since Monday. Market gurus are throwing around the term ‘correction‘, which is typically at least -10%. Bank of America says to expect global GDP growth of 2.8%, which would be the worst since the financial crisis, dragged down by coronavirus fears, as well as uncertainty about the U.S. election. Goldman Sachs updated its earnings estimate for U.S. companies in 2020 to 0%. Wall Street’s earlier estimates for the year were 7% growth. The update comes due to China’s slow first quarter and rampant supply chain disruptions to U.S. companies, leading Apple, Nike and United Airlines to say they will not meet their earnings targets. Europe and Asia markets tumble 2-4%. The Stoxx Europe 600 dropped 4% and the Nikkei 2.1%. Before you blame the drops entirely on coronavirus, know … [Read more...] about Coronavirus infects the markets: U.S. markets down 10%, Goldman predicts 0% growth in 2020
Mentioning instances like those in the case of Crompton Greaves, Religare and Fortis, where the companies were came out wanting on liquidity corporate governance, he said the industry needs to be forthright on the "stewardship code" and vote on resolutions. … [Read more...] about MF houses should not mis-sell credit funds to investors: Sebi official