Infosys to Consider Share Buyback This Week, Markets Respond in Green

IT services major Infosys on Sunday said its board will consider a buyback proposal at its meeting on Wednesday. “The board of the company will consider a proposal for buyback of fully paid-up equity shares of the company at its meeting to be held on April 14, 2021, in accordance with the Securities and Exchange […]

How To Shop For The Perfect Pair Of Shoes

  Do you know how many types of different shoes there are? Are you aware of which stores have the best prices? How about the fashion? Are you in the know about what’s hot? Even though people may have closets full of shoes, they still don’t know everything about them. So, continue to read to […]

Mercedes Benz to resume second shift in Brazilian factory as sales slowly recover

The Brazilian unit of Mercedes Benz (DAIGn.DE) said on Wednesday it has resumed a second shift in its factory located in Sao Bernardo do Campo, an industrial suburb of Sao Paulo, to increase social distancing among employees as sales begin to rise. The German automaker added that most of its employees working in production lines […]

Penalty report from Pocono Raceway

NASCAR has issued fines to five crew chiefs for unsecured lug nuts during the race weekend at Pocono Raceway. Cup NASCAR fined four crew chiefs $10,000 each for having one unsecured lug nut on their cars following the two Cup races. Scott Graves (Ryan Newman‘s No. 6 Ford) and John Klausmeier (Clint Bowyer‘s No. 14 […]

One year of voluntary assisted dying in Victoria: 400 have registered, despite obstacles

One year ago, the Victorian Voluntary Assisted Dying Act came into effect after a prolonged, intense and divisive public debate. For some, it marked a major step forward for individual freedom in Victoria—an acknowledgement of the right of individuals to choose how they wished to live and die. For others, it signified a betrayal of […]

VanMoof’s e-bike ad banned in France for creating a ‘climate of anxiety’

VanMoof, the Dutch electric bicycle brand, is officially too hot for (French) television. The company’s first TV advertisement was banned in France for its negative portrayal of car traffic and pollution. The commercial was rejected by France’s advertising regulatory authority, ARPP, because it “discredit[s] the automobile sector […] while creating a climate of anxiety.” The […]

Postnatal depression destroyed my confidence, I had to fight to win it back

Sam Mohamed-Ali knows that strength is a mental battle as well as physical one – because she has lived through that struggle and come through the other side. The single mother of two from Edmonton, London, was plunged into a deep depression after the birth of her second child and struggled with her weight and […]

IMSA: Porsche drivers enter Daytona restart while facing uncertain future

Porsche driver Laurens Vanthoor has a picture-perfect memory of the GT Le Mans championship that he won with Earl Bamber last season in the IMSA WeatherTech Series. As Bamber crossed the finish line for a fifth in the series finale at Road Atlanta, Vanthoor leapt into the arms of his exultant mechanics. “We finally achieved […]

Improving the aftercare journey of First Nations children and their families following burn injury

The recently published study is the first that privileges the voices of Australia’s First Nations families on access to burn aftercare for children. Australia’s First Nations children experience burns at a rate at least double that of non-Indigenous children. Ongoing burns care is a complex issue with multiple barriers to ensuring good long-term outcomes, however […]

Tesla becomes most valuable automaker in latest stock rally

Tesla Inc on Wednesday became the highest-valued automaker as its shares surged to record highs and the electric carmaker’s market capitalization overtook that of former front runner Toyota Motors Corp. Tesla shares gained 5% in early morning trade to a record of $1,133, boosting the company’s market cap to $209.47 billion – roughly $6 billion […]