Friday, February, 15, 2019 11:54:55

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Unilever backs call for global ban on all animal testing in cosmetics

Unilever, a renowned British-Dutch transnational consumer goods company, has reportedly announced its support for the worldwide ban on all sorts of animal testing for cosmetics. Reports cite, the company made the announcement as a part of its collaboration with Humane Society International (HSI), an international …

Greenpeace dubs Coke, Pepsi & Nestle as key plastic pollution makers

Environmental group Greenpeace indicates that beverage companies PepsiCo, Coca Cola and Nestle are the biggest producers of plastic trash in the world. Greenpeace said the world’s largest soft drink maker, Coca-Cola, was the leading waste producer with the company’s branded plastic waste spotted in 40 …

Google to drops out of Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud contract

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has recently decided to drop out of a bidding war against Amazon and other cloud computing companies for Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud computing contract, as the project may clash with its corporate principles. Sources suggest that the project, the Pentagon’s cloud contract, known as …

StarHub’s operational efficiency program calls for 300 job cuts

Citing pressures from the increasing market competition, the Singapore telco giant, StarHub has announced to slash off 300 full-time employees by the end of October. The operational efficiency plan is reportedly said to lower the operating expenditure and improve productivity across the organization. According to …