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Google Agrees to Change Online Ad Model After French Fines

Google agreed to change its online advertising model after France’s Competition Authority recently fined Google €220 million for overstepping its dominant position in the market and leveraging Read more

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Pixels and Mortar: How LED Went from Small-Scale to Major Scale
May 20, 2022
It’s hard to imagine the days when the sun used to be our only source of natural light. Since we’ve attempted to harness light in our societies, we’ve reigned in both the power of fire and Read more
What a Dip in Veganism Popularity Means for the Food and Beverage Industry
May 20, 2022
Key Insights: In 2022, 5% of respondents were vegan in the Statista Survey. Harris Poll in 2020 found that about 3% of U.S. were vegan. New data finds vegan and vegan related google searches Read more
Apprenticeships are Vital in Developing the Next Generation of Workers
May 19, 2022
  Trevor Matthews worked in refrigeration until he admittedly, lost his joy. Greg Crumpton refers to it as a complacency rut, “in a rinse repeat cycle.” Today Matthews, Founder of Refrigeration Mentor, Read more
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Google Agrees to Change Online Ad Model After French Fines
June 18, 2021
Google agreed to change its online advertising model after France’s Competition Authority recently fined Google €220 million for overstepping its dominant position in the market and leveraging Read more
More Nations Pause Use of AstraZeneca Shot
March 15, 2021
The vaccination program in Europe has sunk further into disarray. The countries that are suspending the use of the AstraZeneca Plc. shot are rising. Germany, France, Italy and Portugal are just Read more
France Postpones Black Friday Sales in an Effort to Aid Small Business Sales
November 25, 2020
  The French government has collaborated with commerce, ecommerce, and supermarket representatives to push back Black Friday sales while France is still under strict COVID lockdown. The Read more
How A Sound System Transitioned a French Amphitheater From First Century to First Class
August 28, 2019
When taking in an event at a venue built in the first century, it is not common to see technology from the 21st. However, such is the case now at the Arena of Nimes, an historic Roman Read more