2019-11-29 07:00:22| Fast Company
Glam play is one of this year’s trendiest categories for the toy industry, and it speaks to an even larger trend of less screen time for kids. This holiday season, some toy companies are powering down on drones and practically anything that requires a screen.Read Full Story
2019-11-29 02:05:20| The Economic Times
Out of the blue, rural grocery demand is out of the redData for September just showed a sharp recovery, even as economy is likely to have slipped further.
2019-11-29 01:00:02| Fast Company
Gym-free workouts, drop-in classes, time-sensitive training . . . oh, and zombies! We salute you, frequent flyers. Between meetings, airports, and impersonal hotels, you still try to stay trim. It’s not always easy, though, especially if you’re in a new town or staying in a place with less than desirable amenities. To help you stay on track, here are some apps, sites, and services that can help you keep moving regardless of where the road may take you next.Read Full Story
2019-11-29 00:00:00| ECB - European Central Bank
2019-11-28 19:43:26| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Whoever wins the election is likely to make sure that their heretical gamble will be vindicatedIs this election turning out to be a Lutheran moment for the Church of Economics? If one listens to the high priests of the dismal science it might seem so. The Institute for Fiscal Studies says neither the Conservatives nor Labour have produced a credible prospectus for balancing the nations books in this election. The Resolution Foundation says both parties will break their tax and spending rules announced less than a month ago.Economic sects rely on the faith of the people for their legitimacy. The priesthood are concerned about the radicalism of the two main parties. Boris Johnson wants Brexit over with, whatever the economic cost. Jeremy Corbyn wants to reset the economy along tax-and-spend lines. National debt will rise, warn the experts. Continue reading...