Publix Vice President of Marketing Retires; Announcement of the new vice-president

LAKELAND, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – After 48 years of loyal service, Publix Super Markets Vice President of Marketing, Mark Irby, has announced his decision to retire at the end of February 2022. Irby, 66, began his Publix career in 1973 at the Lakeland, Florida sign store. After having held …

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7 stocks face litigation litigation test

After a strong performance in the primary market, seven stocks, which totaled 5,820 crore, will face critical listing test over the next seven trading days. These actions will be tested in the context of the disappearance of listing gains for some of the scripts listed above due to the many …

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It was Brainerd – December 19

20 years ago (2001) A former accountant for Brainerd International Raceway was indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday for embezzling more than $ 100,000 from the racetrack. The 49-year-old woman from Golden Valley used the business credit card for personal expenses, created fake bills, and paid $ 50,000 on …

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Melania Trump quits NFT, Arabian Camels produces NFT movie, and Whitney Houston continues to sell hits By Cointelegraph

Follow the news related to non-fungible tokens (NFTs) this week, from restaurants to movies and music. Below is a summary of the must-see stories. Melania Trump’s eyes become an NFT Former First Lady Melania Trump spear its own NFT platform and has discontinued its first digital collectible titled “Melania’s Vision,” …

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Maximize Supply Chain and Marketing Value This Holiday Season

Christmas and the holiday season in general have been a great time for retailers to step up sales and improve customer engagement. However, this period of intense business activity is also straining supply chains already affected by coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Aside from the lingering impact of the pandemic (on the …

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Latin America’s heavy debt could spark more unrest in 2022

(Bloomberg) – Latin America is expected to take the reins next year as the developing world’s largest new debt issuer, a step that some strategists say could sow the seeds of future unrest in the region. Countries in the region issue around $ 38 billion in bonds in 2022, more …

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bne IntelliNews – FPRI BMB Ukraine: Dispatch from Kharkiv

Although far from the front line, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, suffered the economic and political consequences of the conflict in Donbass. Indeed, war has been shaping public opinion for almost eight years now. “Ideally located” between Moscow and Kiev in Soviet times, Kharkiv woke up to independence with a …

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FTC slows down Meta Platforms VR deal for Supernatural

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Signage is seen at Federal Trade Commission headquarters in Washington, DC, US August 29, 2020. REUTERS / Andrew Kelly (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is slowing down Meta Platform Inc’s $ 400 million deal for the developer of the VR fitness app Supernatural, The …

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FCCA resumes marketing in the Caribbean | seatrade-cruise.com

“We are delighted to relaunch our strategic partnership program efforts, especially as this signifies the impressive progress that has been made in our partner destinations and the cruise industry,” said FCCA President Michele Paige . “Through constant communications with all parties during this crisis, we have learned more about the …

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Could Singapore’s floating solar farm pose a threat to NT’s Sun Cable project?

Singapore-based sustainable energy company Sunseap aims to build an A $ 2.7 billion, 2,200 MW floating solar project on Batam Island after reaching an agreement with the Indonesian government Badan Pengusahaan Batam that will be will be located just 50 km from Singapore – much closer than the NT-based Solar …

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