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2016 LA Auto Show – 2018 Toyota C-HR Debut


Our vehicle delivers on this challenge and will better align us with the greater market in 2017 that is quickly shifting toward smaller crossovers. It’s a ride that we’ve been hinting at and, if you recall, a year ago here at the LA Auto Show we debuted its concept under the Scion brand. The transition of Scion over to Toyota is complete, bringing with it over 13 years of knowledge on how to attract and engage young customers. Scion buyers are staying with us and now view Toyota as an aspirational automotive brand. So, you may be asking your... Read More »

Bosch Security Systems and Sony establish partnership for their video security business


Bosch Security Systems and Sony Corporation signed a contract to establish a business partnership to collaborate in the development of innovative products and solutions in the field of video security applications. Effective from the beginning of 2017, the two companies aim to combine their technological expertise to set new standards in high-resolution and low light video imaging. As part of the agreed partnership, Sony`s video security customers in all markets except Japan will be served and supported by the sales and marketing organization of... Read More »

Intel, Disney Light Up the Sky Over Walt Disney World Resort with New ‘Starbright Holidays’ Drone Show


“Starbright Holidays – An Intel Collaboration” marks the first time a show-drone performance of this scale has ever been performed in the United States. It will feature 300 Intel Shooting Star drones in a choreographed aerial performance set to holiday-themed music. The show also marks the U.S. public debut of the Intel Shooting Star drone – a new type of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) specifically designed for entertainment purposes such as festivals, air and light shows. “We are excited to work with Walt Disney Imagineering to bring a fresh... Read More »

Panasonic Debuts Fastest-In-Class High-Volume Production Scanner


Supporting up to 100,000-sheet-daily duty cycles and speeds of up to 120 ppm/240 ipm (KV-S8127) and a class-leading 140 ppm/280 ipm (KV-S8147), the new scanners raise both image quality and productivity bars with such proprietary features as enhanced Large Scale Integrated Circuit-driven hardware image processing and Toughfeed mixed-media document handling with integrated mechanical de-skew and double-feed re-try. “If I had to pick just one word to describe the philosophy behind the development of the KV-S8127 and the KV-S8147, it would be ... Read More »



Diluted earnings per share for the quarter were $0.73, up 9 percent driven by strong revenue growth, operating overhead leverage, a lower effective tax rate and a lower average share count partially offset by a gross margin decline and higher demand creation expense in an Olympic quarter. “Fueled by an incredible summer of sport, NIKE delivered strong global growth—and led the industry through disruptive innovation,” said Mark Parker, Chairman, President and CEO, NIKE, Inc. “Q1 also showed how we’re amplifying every category through sports s... Read More »

BMW Group expands its US premium car sharing service ReachNow to Brooklyn, New York and launches four new mobility services as a pilot


The BMW Group’s premium car sharing service ReachNow is further expanding its on-demand mobility offer by adding Brooklyn, New York to its operations. With four new add-on mobility services ReachNow will trial a new dimension of customized travel, which will offer customers mobility tailored to their individual needs.   Beginning this year, ReachNow will pilot services, such as enabling customers not only to order a BMW vehicle but also a respective driver. ReachNow will trial the delivery of a specific vehicle at a preferred time an... Read More »

Making Trade Work


Hundreds gathered at the Newseum in Washington, DC to hear insights into how to guide trade policy going forward and the future of trade agreements under the new Trump administration. Mr. Ducker was joined by U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, Representative Kevin Brady (R-Texas), and leaders from industry, journalism and trade-focused think tanks. “Supporting international trade is something that we at FedEx are particularly passionate about because we live it every day,” stressed Mr. Ducker. He highlighted a recent FedEx Trade Index... Read More »

USAID and Coca-Cola Announce Up to $22 Million for Second Phase of Water and Development Alliance


New programming through WADA will continue to build on the partnership’s successes and support further development of drinking water and sanitation services in communities, schools, and health clinics. The partnership also seeks to leverage each partner's expertise and networks that includes global and local supply chains and technical knowledge. Between 2016 and 2021, the WADA partnership seeks to promote improved water management and expand improved access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services for poor and marginalized people i... Read More »

Starbucks Invites Customers to Help Donate Meals to People in Need


During National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Starbucks is inviting customers to purchase a Power Lunch and in return, the company will donate a Power Lunch to the Feeding America® network of local food banks.* This Buy One, Give One Power Lunch offer will be available from November 15-21 in participating Starbucks® stores across the U.S. “Every day all around us there are people who don’t know where their next meal is coming from,” said John Kelly, senior vice president, Global Social Impact.“This offer to provide a nourishing mea... Read More »

NASA Awards Contract for Atmospheric Science, Data Assimilation Support


This is a hybrid, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with a core requirement and an indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) requirement with the ability to issue task orders. The core portion of this contract has a one-year base period beginning March 1, 2017 and four one-year options that total approximately $10 million. The IDIQ portion of the contract has a maximum value of approximately $170 million. The period of performance runs through Feb. 28, 2022. The contractor will support the full range of activities for the Earth Science Divis... Read More »

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