Dow Jones Newswires: Colgate reveals to competitors how it makes completely recyclable toothpaste tube

November 21, 2019@11:33 AM TFP Editor 0

Colgate-Palmolive Co. will share the intellectual property of its new fully-recyclable toothpaste tube with competitors, a move that comes as the home-goods industry faces mounting pressure from eco-conscious shoppers. The tube, which was made public in June and is set to go into stores in the U.S. in packaging for Colgate’s CL, -0.07%   Tom’s of Maine toothpaste before being rolled out in other brands across the U.S. and Europe, took five years to develop. Colgate is now adapting its factories to manufacture the tube [Read More]

Top Challenges Influencing the Growth of Oil and Gas Companies | Quantzig

November 21, 2019@11:32 AM TFP Editor 0

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Quantzig, a global data analytics and advisory firm, that delivers actionable analytics solutions to resolve complex business problems has announced the completion of its latest article that offers comprehensive insights on the top challenges impacting the growth of oil and companies. Our analytics experts have the experience and agility to help businesses skillfully address their challenges to improve process efficiency. Request a FREE proposal to know how we can help you gain such insights. Today’s oil and gas companies have grown substantially because of [Read More]

The Minimum Wage Is The Enemy Of The Poor

November 21, 2019@11:15 AM TFP Editor 0

The Minimum Wage Is The Enemy Of The Poor Authored by Jacob Hornberger via The Future of Freedom Foundation, Suppose they made the minimum wage $1,000 an hour. Just think: Every worker in America would be taking home at least $8,000 a day. That would be an annual salary of over $2 million. Wonderful, right? What an easy way to abolish poverty and make everyone rich, right? I think most people can see the fallacy of trying to end poverty in this manner. Businesses could [Read More]

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Pelosi says evidence is clear: Trump used office for personal gain

November 21, 2019@11:03 AM TFP Editor 0

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday there was clear evidence President Donald Trump had used his office for personal gain and undermined national security, but that no final impeachment decision had been made as House Democrats continued their impeachment inquiry into the Republican president. Read on The Source

Trump Vows To Release Financial Records Before Election Day

November 21, 2019@10:50 AM TFP Editor 0

Trump Vows To Release Financial Records Before Election Day With all of the impeachment hype going on, Americans may have forgotten that the “Witch Hunt” over President Trump’s tax returns is still ongoing, and that the Supreme Court only just issued a stay on a lower court ruling that had granted the House Oversight and Reform Committee access to the president’s financial records. But with House Dems ready to get right back to their various investigations into the president, including his financial history, President Trump [Read More]

London Markets: British stocks close lower on China trade concerns; Centrica rallies

November 21, 2019@10:47 AM TFP Editor 0

Getty Images The Centrica logo is displayed on a wall outside the head office of the United Kingdom’s largest energy supplier. British stocks closed lower Thursday amid worldwide concern over the state of U.S.-China trade talks. The FTSE 100 UKX, -0.33%  slipped 0.33% to 7238.55. Decliners more than doubled advancers on the London Stock Exchange. Of stocks on the move, Centrica CNA, +9.11%  rallied 8% as the electricity and gas supplier said third quarter trading was stable and it cut its capital investment budget. The [Read More]

WeWork axes 2,400 staff globally

November 21, 2019@10:40 AM TFP Editor 0

Image copyright Getty Images Office rental company WeWork is cutting about 2,400 jobs globally in an effort to staunch its growing losses. The move follows the dramatic collapse of WeWork’s plans to raise money by listing shares on the stock market. WeWork called the cuts “necessary” in order to “create a more efficient organisation”. The company lost nearly $1bn (£775m) in the first half of the year and had faced questions about its finances and governance. Co-founder Adam Neumann stepped down as chief executive this [Read More]