The FINANCIAL -- UK retailer Iceland revealed it has cut 29% of its yearly plastic usage. The retailer was the first globally to make such a commitment and remains the only supermarket in the UK to have pledged to remove plastic in its entirety from its own label range. Iceland stated that 74 of its frozen meal lines have been moved from non-recyclable black plastic and into ...

The FINANCIAL – Toyota is amending a safety recall involving possible fuel pump failures that can cause engines to stall. Toyota is adding 1.2 million vehicles to a major recall in the U.S. and ...

The FINANCIAL -- Facebook will provide free advertisements to the World Health Organization in an effort to prevent the spread of the misinformation about the coronavirus. Facebook is one of multiple ...

The FINANCIAL -- After years of pleas from fans, McDonald's is finally launching a VIP Gold Card. Holders will be allowed a free meal every week for an entire year. The only way you can get VIP gold ...

The FINANCIAL -- For weeks The World Health Organization had held off but on Wednesday WHO declared that the spread of COVID-19 has become a pandemic. The rapid spread of the virus in more countries ...

The FINANCIAL -- Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok survived an attempt to kill him with a car bomb targeting his motorcade in Khartoum. Hamdok survived the ordeal and was moved to a “safe ...

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