China’s Luntai County, northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has 2,500 years history of growing little white apricots, known as “white honey.” The yellow-skinned fruit has a reputation for being juicy and very sweet and is regarded as local farmers’ cash cow. At the end of May, the local white apricot ushers in a harvest. In … Read more Live: How do apricots help alleviate poverty in Xinjiang? 新疆轮台小白杏助力当地果农脱贫
For decades, the tobacco industry has deliberately employed strategic, aggressive and well-resourced tactics to attract youth to tobacco and nicotine products. Internal industry documents reveal in-depth research and calculated approaches designed to attract a new generation of tobacco users, from product design to marketing campaigns aimed at replacing the millions of people who die each … Read more The secret is out: The tobacco industry targets the vulnerable
May.19 — Bob Pittman, iHeartMedia Inc chief executive officer, discusses the changing media and advertising landscape due to the covid-19 pandemic. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.” Disclaimer: Bloomberg Radio provides programming to iHeart Media and operates KNEW-AM through a local marketing agreement in San Francisco.
ESPN legal analyst Ryan Smith joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss Zion Williamson’s former marketing manager and her company asking the New Orleans Pelicans star to admit that his mother and stepfather demanded and received gifts, money and other benefits from persons acting on behalf of Adidas and Nike and also from people … Read more Zion Williamson asked to admit his parents received money & gifts from Duke, Nike & Adidas | Get Up
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AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc., the largest U.S. cinema chain and a subsidiary of Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda Group Co., will no longer show movies from Universal Pictures, arguing that the studio is “breaking the business model” that has sustained the companies for decades. In an open letter to Universal Studios Chairman Donna Langley, … Read more AMC Theaters Drop Universal Films as ‘Trolls’ Fight Explodes
China’s Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council holds a press conference on e-commerce’s role in boosting consumption and fueling the economy for quality improvement and upgrade. Officials from the Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, State Post Bureau, and Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperatives brief the media … Read more Live: Briefing on e-commerce’s role in boosting consumption and the economy
It now appears that corn exports for the 2019/2020 marketing year meet or exceed USDA projections, a feat that seemed unlikely two months ago. Insights via @CMEGroup: https://openmarkets.cmegroup.com/quicktake?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=paid_social&utm_campaign=quicktake_evergreen&utm_content=more_insights Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2TwO8Gm QUICKTAKE ON SOCIAL: Follow QuickTake on Twitter: twitter.com/quicktake Like QuickTake on Facebook: facebook.com/quicktake Follow QuickTake on Instagram: instagram.com/quicktake Subscribe to our … Read more Competitive prices for U.S. corn have caused an increase in exports
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at how our economy mortgaged its future and now the future has arrived. Nearly a third of renters did not pay their rent on 1st April and 30% of mortgages (15 million) could default necessitating another bailout for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac which … Read more Keiser Report | Mortgaging the Future | E1526
Coronavirus has the advertising industry scrambling to produce spots that offer reassurance and help. It means touting contactless delivery and thanking health care workers. The pandemic will change how marketing is done and what people see, experts say. Read more: https://wapo.st/39XI2pR. SPECIAL OFFER: To thank you for your support, here’s a deal on a Washington … Read more Selfies and hopeful messages: How the ad industry is adapting to the coronavirus age
China’s coronavirus epicenter Wuhan will resume transport links on April 8. Trains will be able to leave, the airport will resume flights out, and cars blocked from exiting as the pathogen roared through Wuhan can take to the highways again. As the first epicenter of the now global pandemic, Wuhan provides a window into the … Read more Is China’s Coronavirus Epicenter Returning to Normal?
Hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer has shifted from making visors for helmets to medical visors for those fighting the coronavirus pandemic. When hockey came to a halt amid the global pandemic, Bauer faced the possibility of closing its manufacturing plant in Blainville, Quebec, but engineers there instead brainstormed the idea of producing medical shields to help … Read more Coronavirus: Bauer Hockey Shifts From Helmets to Medical Face Shields For Frontline Workers
Over the last decade, fashion films have become a cinematographic sub-category in their own right. The genre raises important questions which are now being studied at art schools: are fashion films just a new form of advertising or standalone works of art? Are they the logical extension of a brand’s marketing strategy or social commentary? As the birthplace of … Read more French city of Lyon launches fashion film festival
China’s Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council briefs on restoring commodity circulation and business order amid the coronavirus pandemic. Officials from the Ministry of Commerce, the State Taxation Administration and the All China Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperatives answer questions from reporters. #coronavirus #COVID19