CLASS ACTION ALERT: Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP Reminds PureCycle Technologies, Inc. Shareholders of Securities Fraud Class Action Lawsuit 2021/06/11 21:10:00 Benzinga
RADNOR, Pa., June 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds investors that a securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida against PureCycle Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: PCT ) ("PureCycle") f/k/a Roth CH Acquisition I Co. ("Roth Acquisition") (NASDAQ: ROCH ) on behalf of those who purchased or acquired PureCycle securities between November 16, 2020 and May 5, 2021 , inclusive (the "Class Period"). Deadline Reminder: Investors who purchased or acquired PureCycle securities during the Class Period may, no later than July 12, 2021 , seek to be appointed as a lead plaintiff representative of the class. For additional information or to learn how to participate in this litigation please contact Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP: James Maro, Esq. (484) 270-1453 or Adrienne Bell, Esq. (484) 270-1435; toll free at (844) 887-9500; via e-mail at email@example.com ; or click https://www.ktmc.com/purecycle-technologies-class-action-lawsuit?utm_source=PR&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=purecycle PureCycle commercializes a purification recycling technology, originally developed by The Procter & Gamble Company ("Procter & Gamble"), for restoring waste polypropylene into resin with near-virgin characteristics.
Worldwide Consumer Tissue Industry to 2026 - Featuring Accrol Group, P&G and Kimberley-Clark Among Others 2021/06/11 10:53:00 Intrado Digital Media
Dublin, June 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Consumer Tissue Market (2021 Edition) - Analysis By Product, Application, Distribution Channel, By Region, By Country: Market Insights and Forecast with Impact of Covid-19 (2021-2026)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com''s offering. The global consumer tissue market was valued at USD 62.6 billion in the year 2020. Growing awareness regarding hygiene and healthcare is a key factor driving the demand for tissue paper. Advancements in the tissue manufacturing technology such as ADT, ATMOS, and NTT tissue making technologies are fueling the growth of the market. The development of innovative products is another factor propelling growth of the tissue products market as they own a very high demand in the field of sanitation and hygiene maintenance. Furthermore, availability of alternatives for tissue products such as electric hand dryers and cotton towels among others is another factor hindering growth of global tissue products market.
Case Study Procter & Gamble: Recrutamento em tempo de pandemia, sem perder a proximidade 2021/06/11 10:30:19 Revista Human Resources Portugal
Para a Procter & Gamble, autonomia, valorização e reconhecimento são factores fundamentais na Gestão de Pessoas, porque sabe que todas as conquistas são resultado de um esforço colectivo. E nem durante a pandemia deixou de reforçar a sua equipa. The post Case Study Procter & Gamble: Recrutamento em tempo de pandemia, sem perder a proximidade first appeared on Human Resources .
Facial Care Products Market Segmentation, Parameters and Major Players Analysis 2021 and Forecast 2027| Key players- Este Lauder, LOral, P&G and more 2021/06/11 05:42:33 Jumbo News
Facial Care Products Market Industry Analysis 2021 The Facial Care Products Market report enlightens its readers about its products, applications, and specifications. The research enlists key companies operating in the market and also highlights the roadmap adopted by the companies to consolidate their position in the market. By extensive usage of SWOT analysis and Porters 
Fabric Conditioner Market Research Report : Global Analysis 2021-2027| Key players- Colgate-Palmolive, Henkel, Procter & Gamble, etc. 2021/06/11 05:40:34 Jumbo News
Industry Research Report On Global Fabric Conditioner Market Quantitative And Qualitative Analysis The latest research report on Global Fabric Conditioner Market was conducted across a variety of industries in various regions to provide a report that has data surpassing 100+ pages. The report offers a mixture of qualitative and quantifiable information focusing on aspects 
Ethereum $358 Billion Market Cap Overtakes Nestle and P&G By CoinQuora 2021/05/03 00:00:00 Investing.com
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Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is the latest big advertiser to move business in-house in a loss for ad giant Publicis 2021/04/28 15:26:25 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has taken a significant portion of its advertising business in-house, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter, a move that marks a potential loss of millions of dollars in revenue for ad network Publicis Groupe. Publicis won most of the IT giant's global ad business away from rival Omnicom in 2016 after Hewlett-Packard split into two publicly traded companies, HPE and HP, Inc. Ken Robinson, CEO of consulting firm Ark Advisors, which oversaw the 2016 pitch, told Insider HPE's global ad budget was between $50 million and $75 million at that time, and a person with direct knowledge said that number has since increased to more than $100 million. The company spent $1.02 billion on sales and marketing in 2020, according to its annual report. An HPE spokesman said Publicis New York remains HPE's lead agency, and that Publicis-owned agency Digitas handles higher-level media strategy and production work. But the company is adopting a "hybrid model" where an internal team will handle a portion of media planning, buying, and the development of ad campaigns, the spokesman added.
6 manufacturing execs discuss how data collection and automation are changing the industry 2021/04/27 17:53:08 Business Insider
Summary List Placement While the coronavirus pandemic initially threw the manufacturing industry into turmoil, it also catalyzed some significant changes that experts say will have a long-lasting, positive impact. During the early days of the crisis, Insider selected the top ten people from North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific transforming the manufacturing industry, and recently brought six of those honorees together for a roundtable discussion. From North America, we had Que Dallara , CEO of Honeywell's Connected Enterprise, Artug Acar , director of product management at warehouse robotics firm RightHand Robotics and Colin Parris , chief technology officer and senior vice president at GE Digital. From the Asia Pacific region, we had Ronna Chao , chairperson of Novetex Textiles. From Europe, we had Selina Ambrose , technical manager of nanomaterial maker Promethean Particles and Daniel Hannemann , cofounder of electricity-storage-systems manufacturer Tesvolt. Together, these execs chatted about the benefits of new communication tools, the advantage of artificial intelligence and automation, and how their companies have pushed themselves to focus on sustainability.
Elon Musk says pandemic supply-chain issues and a global microchip shortage resulted in 'insane difficulties' for Tesla 2021/04/26 22:41:51 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Elon Musk told investors during the Tesla's quarterly earnings call that the automaker has been forced to reckon with numerous supply chain issues in 2021. Musk said the company has had "insane difficulties" with its supply chain over the last quarter. "We've had some of the most difficult supply-chain challenges that we've ever experienced in the life of Tesla," he said on Monday. The CEO said the global semiconductor chip shortage, which has rocked the automotive industry, as well as port delays impacted manufacturing goals. In February, Tesla briefly halted production on its Model 3 at its car assembly plant in California, citing supply-chain issues caused by backlogs at ports and severe snowstorms slowing down ground deliveries. The global semiconductor shortage has wreaked havoc on tech and automotive companies. In January, Bloomberg reported the chip shortage could cost car companies to lose as much as $61 billion in revenue. Many automakers have since been forced to shut down manufacturing plants and prioritize the most profitable car models they produce as a result of the shortage.
Global consumer cos wary of Covid surge 2021/04/24 02:25:31 Economic Times India
Global consumer companies including Whirlpool, Procter Gamble, Pernod Ricard, Coca-Cola and Skechers said increasing Covid-19 cases and the fresh restrictions imposed could hit their India businesses, which had just started recovering from the pandemic-induced slowdown.“We have India fully being hit by the Covid wave and we have several thousand employees in India,” Whirlpool Corp chairman Marc Bitzer told investors recently. “We have, in the month of April, 576 colleagues who have got positively diagnosed. So it is very real, and that means a lot of pain and anxiety for a lot of our employees — while at the same time (there are) what we so easily and casually describe as supply chain constraints. It’s hard to express what amount of stress that puts on an organisation.”With India’s Covid cases at a record, the second wave has seen the country’s healthcare system collapse in Delhi, Mumbai and elsewhere. Fresh curbs on mobility in several financially crucial states could hit nationwide consumer goods supply and demand.
Apple Faces Skirting Attempt On Ad-Tracking Rules From China Trade Groups Aided By Proctor & Gamble: Report 2021/04/09 04:01:07 Benzinga
Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ: AAPL ) new privacy tools centered on advertising face a challenge from a mechanism under testing in China, which was developed with the help of Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE: PG ), the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. What Happened: P&G reportedly cooperated with dozens of Chinese trade groups and tech firms working with the state-backed China Advertising Association to develop the technique dubbed CAID, people familiar with the matter told the Journal. The technique, developed using a technology called device fingerprinting, is said to be under testing through apps and gathers iPhone user data. CAID can reportedly use an algorithm to track … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Publicis is signing on to The Trade Desk's alternative to cookie-based ad targeting 2021/04/07 20:14:58 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Publicis Groupe plans to announce it's backing The Trade Desk's Unified ID 2.0, its alternative to third-party ad targeting cookies, according to a Publicis release viewed by Insider. It's the first big ad holding company to do so, and its move is a key win for The Trade Desk's effort to find an ad-targeting solution as Google and Apple prepare to eliminate the cookies that follow users online and let marketers target and measure ads around the web. Adtech companies including AT&T's Xandr, LiveRamp, and Nielsen have already announced that they will back Unified ID 2.0. Publicis is the largest ad-buying network in North America by revenue, with clients including Mondelez, Procter & Gamble, and Unilever . Publicis plans to combine Unified ID 2.0 with its marketing and analytics firm Epsilon's CORE ID to let advertisers target ads, according to the release. Epsilon developed CORE ID over the years by using online purchases, email signups, and login information from third-party sources to build identities for individual consumers for ad-targeting purposes.
Verizon just built a tool to vet its ads for bias and pledged to spend more on minority-owned media 2021/04/07 12:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The advertising industry has a poor track record on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). But some advertisers are using their clout to push for more representation in their marketing. Verizon is rolling out a plan to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in its ads; increase spending with minority-focused media and production companies; prevent bias; and make its marketing staff more diverse. Verizon's "responsible marketing action plan" includes: Spending 30% of its production dollars across diverse-owned video, experiential and print production companies in 2021. Spending 2% of its ad budget with Black-owned media companies like Allen Media in 2021. Hosting a Multicultural Publisher Summit in May 2021 to help diverse-owned media companies get access to Verizon and other brands. Launching a new talent mentorship program called AdDisruptors to retain mid-level talent at its ad agencies. Creating a new tool to track the representation of race, gender, ethnicity and identity in its ads.
How Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Mark Tritton is building back trust and business after store closures and firing his executive team 2021/04/01 15:56:46 Business Insider
Summary List Placement When Mark Tritton took the reins at Bed Bath & Beyond in October 2019, he knew he'd have to make some big changes. The New Jersey-based company — known for its "bloated" floor-to-ceiling stacks of towels and sheets — was struggling. Sales slumped, inventory ballooned, and the share price was on a steep decline. "We were tracking badly and heading nowhere fast," he said. Tritton, a former Target executive , got to work. He dismissed the previous executive management team in December of that year and in early 2020 announced a vision to "reestablish Bed Bath & Beyond's authority in the home space." Then, the coronavirus hit. Tritton's mandate to turn around the company — no small challenge in the best of times — became even more intense. "Our decision-making, our engagement, and our empowerment had to change overnight," he said. During the past year, Tritton brought in a new leadership team whom he calls "the Avengers of Retail," and devised a strategy that involves shuttering over 200 underperforming stores, curating its product lineup, and launching an array of in-house brands.
Harry's doubles down on growth with $155M in new funding, valuing the company at at $1.7B one year after its deal with the maker of Schick fell through 2021/03/31 18:00:18 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Harry's has ambitions of selling far more than razors, and investors seem to find its plan convincing. The brand, which got its start in men's shaving products, raised $155 million in Series E funding, including from new investors Bain Capital and Macquerie Capital, it said Wednesday. That brings its valuation to $1.7 billion, a spokesperson told Insider. The money will be key to taking Harry's beyond the razor blades that made it famous, though. The spokesperson said that Harry's will use the cash to expand into new products, "creating a family of disruptive CPG brands." Acquisitions of emerging CPG brands are also on the horizon, something that co-CEO Jeff Raider told Insider was a possibility last fall. Read more: Hungryroot's CEO is projecting to increase sales by over $100 million this year, as the online grocer bets on its algorithm to maintain velocity post-pandemic The funding round marks a milestone Harry's didn't expect to hit just over a year ago. That was before the Federal Trade Commission said it would oppose its deal with Schick razor maker Edgewell Personal Care, effectively killing the merger.