Heineken Sells Mexico Packaging Unit To US Firm Crown

Heineken has said that it is selling its packaging unit in Mexico to Crown Holdings, a US firm in a deal which is expected to be in the tune of $1.23 billion shillings. Heineken said that the sale of Empaque will earn it a one off gain in the tune of $300 million. However, even after the sale, Empaque will ...

Read More »

McDonald Increases Audit Of It’s Chinese Suppliers

McDonald Corp has announced that it intents to do more audits on its Chinese suppliers after a scandal in July that dented sales at the world’s leading fast food chain. The restaurant chain said Tuesday that it will continue doing audits on its suppliers just to make sure that they meet stringent requirements. In a statement, the fast food chain ...

Read More »

Can MDMA Recreational Drug Be Used On Medical Treatment?

MDMA r better known as extasy has been illegal since 1985 and it is a Schedule I substance as implemented by the Controlled Substances Act. Schedule I substances also include LSD, heroin, meths, amphetamines, and other substances with high potential for abuse or has no legitimate medical purpose. According to research and other related info from online and offline sources, ...

Read More »

DJ Aries Talks About Becoming A Successful DJ

DJ Aries, along with many other remarkable moments, is the first Euro – African female DJ that is getting on the headlines in some of the hottest venues at The Palm in the Dubai. When asked about her success as a DJ in this mostly male dominated industry, her reply was to the point. “Just like with any careers, there ...

Read More »

The Ideal Greenhouse System That All Gardeners Need To Know

In a sprawling greenhouse facility situated just off Route 100 in Dublin, the roots are starting to anchor into the soil as the vines continue to grow up for the new industry Pulaski has set for himself. The state of the art greenhouse is one of the biggest in North America, according to Jay Abbott who is also the location’s ...

Read More »

What You Need To Know When Investing In Real Estate Market Today

Real estate investing can be very profitable because it always offers an excellent opportunity for income production. But on the other hand, the real estate market in the previous years has been fluctuating. There are certain issues that must be taken into consideration in real estate investing to ensure a solid position in the real estate market. Before you decide ...

Read More »

Media Disagreement Regarding The Ukraine/Russia Situation With Press On Both Sides Blaming Each Other Or The West

Despite what is seen on the news day after day, there are reports coming out of Russia that the Russian press is still claiming that the stories of Russian military offenses in Ukraine are untrue. They instead report that it is Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko who is trying to increase his popularity by making the stories up. They also refuse ...

Read More »

Tony Cahill Dies In Sydney After A Lifetime Playing Music

Australia is mourning the death of Tony Cahill, a musician who played with a number of top Australian bands as far back as the 1960’s. He was the drummer with the Easybeats and the Purple Hearts. When it seemed that there was nothing else to do in Australia after the Purple Hearts separated in 1967 he took all he could ...

Read More »

VISA CHECKOUT – New Payment Option For E-Commerce

A month ago, Visa released a new payment option that was specifically designed for e-commerce transactions. This platform was called Visa Checkout. Visa Checkout is an easy to use, hassle free platform that makes it no longer necessary for users to enter a 16-digit card number when checking out of shopping websites. The alternative? Simply type in a username and ...

Read More »

KILL SWITCH – The Smart Feature For Smartphone Brands

According to Eric Schneiderman, a New York Attorney General, 3.1 million mobile devices have been stolen from their owners in the U.S last year. However these numbers have decreased dramatically due to a new technology law that Governor Jerry Brown signed to end mobile theft once and for all. Governor Brown made the “kill switch” an essential requirement for all ...

Read More »

Former Bishop , A Tribute To JOHN NEVINS

John Nevins, former Bishop of Venice, chosen personally by Pope Paul II, departed this life in August 26th 2014. Bishop Nevins died at the age of 82; still full of warmth and love. Many people who’ve known him, said that he cared a lot about his community and and that he was a wonderful person. John J. Nevins was born ...

Read More »

Twitter Is Becoming Strong Social Network

It comes as a bit of a surprise when a company that is supposedly relient on its online users comes out and claims that it isn’t concerned how many people choose not to “tweet”. According to research, the number of users actually “tweeting” is far lower than you might expect. In fact, 40% of Twitter users don’t tweet at all ...

Read More »

Facebook & Twitter Connected Corners Of World

It was thought that social media websites like Facebook and Twitter encourage people to share their opinions about certain things. It was thought that it would be much easier for a person to share his opinion to the online world than physically with people of flesh and bones that may have different opinions. This has been proven wrong. The exact ...

Read More »

Purdue University Offering Three Years Communication Degree

College debts are something most Americans have to live with; since the day they’re born almost, students know they are going to be paying off student loans long after they graduate from college and nothing has changed that fact till now. Many universities are offering creative alternatives to help bring down the costs. And what student in the beginning of ...

Read More »

Teens Hates Low Grading In Their Exams

Teens are changing, their behavior is worsening; they are getting constantly annoyed, frequently starting an argument and sometimes getting very affected by their emotions. Teens are starting to let their grades fall and are letting themselves fall after them; they are crumbling apart all because of one reason. The school starts too early and teens are not able to get ...

Read More »

Are Apartment Stocks Overheated?

The housing market in the United States seems to be gaining steam, but this is not the case in the apartments sector. Rental values continue to rise, fewer vacancies are experienced and people who invested in apartment stocks are reaping massive benefits. When business closed on Thursday, apartment REITS offered a return of 29% according to reports provided by the ...

Read More »

Iran President Rouhani Scoffs At United States Sanctions

The president of Iran, Mr. Hassan Rouhani has accused the United Stated of imposing sanctions on the country that hampered the negotiations that are currently underway. Mr. Rouhani said that the newly imposed sanctions were in bad spirit and could deal a huge blow to the negotiations that are now underway. Speaking on a state television network, the Iranian president ...

Read More »