Earlier this week, Proton – through its motorsport arm R3 (Race Rally Research) – announced the introduction of a new range of official merchandise and premium motor oils to extend the reach of the R3 sub-brand. , which is now parked under Proton Global Services (PGS), a wholly owned subsidiaryRead More →

“Our supplier diversity efforts go beyond the brands customers see on our shelves,” said Peter Whitset, Meijer Executive Vice President of Merchandising and Marketing. “Our goal is to support diversely owned businesses in our stores, from the products we offer to the signage we hang and the services that keepRead More →

A trio of thieves in Pennsylvania stole $3,000 worth of merchandise from an Ulta Beauty store in broad daylight on Sunday, authorities said. The three unidentified men entered the store at 833 North Krocks Road in Lower Macungie Township, Lehigh County at around 2:18 p.m., Pennsylvania State Police said. SLAINRead More →

Global Photo Printing and Merchandise Market report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares and growth opportunities of the Photo Printing and Merchandise market by product type, application, major manufacturers and regions and key countries. This report also presents the competitive landscape of the market and a corresponding detailed analysis ofRead More →

“Over the past eight years, we are proud to have built the Harper+Scott you know today, a certified B-Corp company focused on the thoughtful transparency of the branded merchandise and branded product space. This next layer of the business, H+S META, is the culmination of nearly a decade spent buildingRead More →

A GrabFood runner collects groceries from his customer at Chowrasta Market in George Town on May 11, 2021. — Photo by Sayuti Zainudin KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 13 – E-commerce and food delivery services grew by $7 billion (RM29.28 billion) in gross merchandise value (GMV) in 2021, the Prime Minister’s DepartmentRead More →

OTTAWA — Canada’s trade surplus reached $3.1 billion in November, despite the disruption caused by floods and landslides in British Columbia, Statistics Canada announced Thursday. The agency said the result compared with a revised surplus of $2.3 billion for October, originally estimated at $2.1 billion. Bank of Montreal economist ShellyRead More →

Boniface Gate at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, photographed Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021. (Loren Holmes/DNA) Prior to the holidays, a vendor who had set up shop at a Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson mall was selling action figures with an overt political message mocking the commander-in-chief. The incident prompted officials to update their adviceRead More →