PepsiCo Inc Bringing Back Crystal Pepsi for a Limited Time to Store Shelves

PepsiCo Inc Bringing Back Crystal Pepsi for a Limited Time to Store Shelves

The world's biggest soda giants Pepsi and Coca Cola are thinking of new ways of winning back customers who are increasingly distancing themselves from sugary drinks due to growing health consciousness.

Tractor Supply Company to Open its 37 th Location in Washington at Arlington

Tractor Supply Company to Open its 37 th Location in Washington at Arlington

Brentwood, Tennessee based Tractor Supply Company is plannig to open a store in Arlington. Expected to start operating from August, remodeling work of the store at former Food Pavilion, at the 34,500-square-foot store at 17020 Smokey Point Blvd is in full swing.

After completion, the company hopes to employ fifteen full and part time workers there. For the company, it will be the thirty- seventh location in the state.

Pier 1 Imports Reported Loss in Its Latest Quarter and Might Miss Expectations for the Whole Year

Fort Worth, Texas based retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc., which specializes in imported home furnishings and décor reported loss in its most recent quarter, mostly as a result of offering profit-eating discounts which were spurred by deteriorating sales.

Masdar-EDF joint venture to bid for UAE solar plant

Masdar-EDF joint venture to bid for UAE solar plant

Abu Dhabi's Masdar and Electricite de France SA are jointly bidding for the project to build a 350-megawatt solar power plant in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

Masdar this week won the right to build a solar facility in neighbouring Dubai and the two companies said that they will make the bid for the Abu Dhabi power plant, just as competitive. Masdar Chief Executive Officer Mohammad Jameel Al Ramahi said that the fall in prices of solar panel allowed Masdar to make the lowest bid for the project.

Abu Dhabi to allow driverless hover-jetsabove Yas Island roads

Abu Dhabi to allow driverless hover-jetsabove Yas Island roads

The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has said that it is allowing driverless hover-jets above Yas Island roads to ferry passengers using the new state of the art technology.

Nike’s Fourth Quarter Revenue Failed to Keep in Line with Analysts’ Expectations

Nike’s Fourth Quarter Revenue Failed to Keep in Line with Analysts’ Expectations

Nike Inc's revenue growth failed to keep in line with expectations. Additionally, the company's forecast for future orders also missed analysts' expectations. That highlights, the tough time which the sportswear company is going through to keep up with the competition from biggest rival Adidas and others, mostly true for North America.

The U.S. Government Proposes Screening Facebook and Twitter Accounts of Non Citizen Travelers

The U.S. Government Proposes Screening Facebook and Twitter Accounts of Non Citi

The rise of social media is no doubt bringing the world closer but many believe it's also making easy for the terrorist to recruit and spread messages and influence others using the platforms.

The U.S government is also planning to snoop around the Facebook profiles of non-citizens travelers entering country, using it as a means to control terrorism.

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