OTA Giant Trip.com Kicks off Global Partner Summit, Shares its COVID-19 Recovery Story

James Liang gave a keynote speech at the Summit (Source: Trip.com (http://trip.com/) Group) China’s online travel agency (OTA) giant Trip.com Group on Oct. 29 kicked off the Global Partner Summit in Chengdu, where the group invited over 2,600 attendees from the tourism industry to witness how the company bolstered the recovery of global travel industry…Continue Reading

The Giant Beastcast: Episode 284

Want us to remember this setting for all your devices? Sign up or Sign in now! Please use a html5 video capable browser to watch videos. This video has an invalid file format. Sorry, but you can’t access this content! So much to get through. Amnesia: Rebirth, Transformers: Battlegrounds, Dark Pictures: Little Hope and even…Continue Reading

Patreon is the next tech giant to crack down on QAnon

This move is in response to other internet companies being “overrun” with the theory’s followers and spreading dangerous “disinformation,” according to Patreon. QAnon has routinely made unsupported allegations of sex trafficking and other crimes, and in multiple cases has been linked to real-world violence and threats.Patreon didn’t waste much time in starting its sweep. Bloomberg…Continue Reading

Ad giant WPP hired McKinsey and created its first 5-year plan, and it shows how the company wants to grow after deep cost cuts

Ad holding company giant WPP created its first five-year plan, said people with direct knowledge of the matter. Former WPP executives said it shows how the company wants to move from cost-cutting to growth as its traditional advertising business struggles. A WPP spokeswoman declined to comment. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Ad holding…Continue Reading

900 out of work, food giant interdicts EC protests

The Labour Court has given Truda Foods the green light to stop about 100 people from harassing and intimidating its staff.Image: 123RF/ Stockstudio44One of Komani’s biggest employers, Truda Foods, has suffered about R10m in losses as protesters  have effectively closed down the factory. Truda Foods, which manufactures products like soya mince, has now been granted…Continue Reading

Fashion giant Hallenstein Glasson holds up during lockdowns

Navigation for News Categories The clothing retailer group Hallenstein Glasson has reported a robust full year profit of $27.8 million, down only slightly on last years’ $29m, despite the Covid-19 lockdowns in New Zealand and Australia. Hallenstein Glasson’s December sales fell. Photo: RNZ Online sales ballooned by 47 percent, with growth in the second half…Continue Reading

‘Giant impact’ theory of moon’s formation gets another boost

Home News Science & Astronomy Earth’s moon is thought to have formed when a Mars-sized object, called Theia, slammed into the early Earth 4.4 billion years ago, blasting out material that later coalesced in to a large satellite as depicted in this artist’s illustration. (Image: © NASA/JPL-Caltech) Scientists have found fresh evidence in lunar rocks…Continue Reading