Europe Records Rise in Auto Registrations for Third Consecutive Month
The low automobile sales levels that have not been seen since the early 1990s in Europe are showing signs of recovery. The number of new cars registered in November 2013 has shown an increase-with this being the third consecutive month.
Automobile registrations mirror the sales figure and in November 2013, the new car registrations grew by 1.2% as compared to the same time in the previous year. The total new car registrations in November 2013 stood at 938,021, according to figures released by t
Date: Dec 17
Women in the manufacturing & construction industry will be awarded scholarships
The Quad-City Chapter #50 of the NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction) is now accepting scholarship applications from students and women who are keen on pursuing their career in the manufacturing and construction industry. The industry includes structural engineering, civil engineering, architecture, HVAC, construction management, interior designing, drafting, and more.
In addition, each year, many scholarships are awarded to the students who traditionally attend a trade
Date: Dec 16
Google Adds Another Robotics Company to its Fold with the Purchase of Boston Dynamics
Internet giant Google Inc’s interest in robotics has reached a new level after reports that it has purchased Boston Dynamics, a company that is engaged in robotics R&D. Google confirmed the transaction in a statement issued December 14.
Boston Dynamics-founded by Dr Marc Raiber in 1992—is most renowned in the industry for working closely with the U.S. military on projects such as developing fast-moving and agile robots that can be deployed on the battlefield or in mobile r
Date: Dec 16
E.W. Scripps Expands to Digital Video with a $35 Million Deal with Newsy
E.W. Scripps, one of America’s oldest media groups, is all set to buy out Newsy, a new media startup. The latter, that became popular as a digital video news platform, has been picked up for a sum of USD 35 million in an all-cash transaction by E.W. Scripps that owns 19 television stations and news dailies that operate in multiple markets in the U.S. With this acquisition, Newsy is all set to become an E.W. Scripps subsidiary. According to officials from the media giant, the deal is antici
Date: Dec 10
The Chinese Investment Group Supports the Pharmaceuticals Venture in the US
China Gaoxin Investment Group Corp, - a capital of assets of almost 300 billion USD established in 1999 as one of the China\'s first state-owned venture capital companies has committed to support the world wide nutritional supplement and pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
This American channel is to be marketed through the Right Stuff Equipment situated in Denver Colorado. This is the place where engineering support, demo equipment, and parts are available.
China Gaoxin Investment Group Co
Date: Dec 06
12 Best jobs in the revolutionizing American Health Care Industry
The Obamacare, (better known as the Affordable Care Act) is expected to increase and generate abundant jobs in the healthcare industry. This hiring is calculative and is compared to all the other industries by 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report. The total hiring of jobs amounts to 5.6 million jobs with an average annual growth rate of 3%.
Tony Lee, publisher at CareerCast.com, told Business Insider that when a biomedical engineer is working with someone else, the job
Date: Dec 05
MTV Targest Youth-Centric Electronics with Its Fashiontronix Gadget Range
What better way to engage the youth of today than to offer them a tempting range of electronics? Global music channel MTV has done just that with its latest range of cool gadgets-Fashiontronix-launched in association with Soundlogic. These youth-centric tech toys primarily comprise products such as headphones, earphones, and speakers (Bluetooth-enabled). This latest range of gadgets was launched in the Indian city of Mumbai on Thursday.
Speaking on the occasion, Viacom 18’s Consumer Produ
Date: Nov 29
Washington Post Headquarters Set to Be Sold in a $159 Million Deal to Carr Properties
The Washington Post Co. that will be renamed as Graham Holdings Co. in the coming week, is set to sell the building that houses its headquarters in Washington in a $159 million deal to Carr Properties, a Washington-based real estate company. This move is being seen as a step towards divesting its non-core assets.
The sale of the famed building-at 1150 15th St. NW-will likely be completed by March 2014 and the sale agreement also covers the land adjacent to the building. This information was dis
Date: Nov 29
Ford Announces Seventh Recall of the 2013 Escape since July 2012
Escape owners get ready to deal with yet another recall of your premium SUVs. Automobile giant Ford is recalling its 2013 Escape SUVs-the seventh recall to be announced by the company since July 2012. The latest recall is apparently being undertaken to address oil and fuel leaks that could potentially cause engine fires. According to information provided by the automaker to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA), there have been as many as 13 reported incidents of oil-leak induced fir
Date: Nov 27
Norman Baker, New Crime Prevention Minister Targets and Aims to Stop the Binge-Drinking Culture in Cambridge
Norman Baker - the Liberal Democrat Home Officer minister visited Cambridge and targeted the flurry binge-drinking culture amongst the people in this city. He praised the Cambridgeshire police for their movement and hard work in subverting the alcohol-fuelled violence in the city.
Although the minister rounded on irresponsible and cheap promotions and supermarket booze, he praised the Cambridgeshire police for their blitz on the gorge-drinking vehemence exclusively to the News channels and medi
Date: Nov 25