Donald M. Kendall, PepsiCo developer of cola wars, dies at 99

Donald M. Kendall, who built PepsiCo Inc. into a snack-and-beverage juggernaut and introduced the Soviet Union to American cola at the height of the Cold War, died Saturday. He was 99 years old.

The executive, who grew up milking cows and finished just three semesters of college, became chief executive of Pepsi-Cola Co. in 1963 at age 42 and presided over the company until his retirement in 1986. During that time, sales grew nearly 40-fold through acquisitions and the “Pepsi Challenge”—its high-profile marketing assault on the dominance of rival Coca-Cola Co.

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“He was relentless about growing our business, a fearless leader, and the ultimate salesman,” said PepsiCo CEO and Chairman Ramon Laguarta. “In many ways, he was the man who made PepsiCo PepsiCo.”

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Cheapest Car Insurance in New York

In New York state, the average cost of car insurance is $1,349.72, making it the fifth most expensive state for car insurance in the United States. But like most states, car insurance is legally required in New York, whether you live in the Big Apple or the Adirondacks. The good news is that you can find cheap car insurance in New York if you’re on a budget.



a car driving down a busy street: Congested traffic on the New York freeway.


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Congested traffic on the New York freeway.

The cheapest car insurance companies in New York

As of 2015, there were nearly 11,670,000 licensed drivers in New York. To meet the demand, there are dozens of car insurance providers that operate in New York. However, some companies are more expensive than others. We did some research to find the cheapest car insurance companies in New York. We also included average rates for each provider based on data from U.S. News

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Richland Library expands phone services, pick-up hours at four locations, starting Sept. 21

Richland Library announced it will expand hours of operation of the library’s phone system and locations with pick-up windows beginning Monday, Sept. 21. The library system, which had closed all locations to the public on March 15 in an effort to help stop the spread of COVID-19, has slowly begun the reopening process.

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On Monday, after receiving notification their hold items are ready, customers will be able to pick-up their items from Ballentine, Northeast, Sandhills and St. Andrews locations from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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The library’s Southeast location will be offering curbside service from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. After the library notifies the customer their hold items are available, the customer calls the Southeast location upon arrival and a staff member will bring

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Grande West Engages Paradox for Investor Relations

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 21, 2020 / Grande West Transportation Group Inc. (TSXV:BUS)(OTC PINK:GWTNF) (“Grande West” or the “Company”), a Canadian manufacturer of mid-sized multi-purpose transit vehicles for sale in Canada and the United States, announces that it has engaged Paradox Public Relations Inc. (“Paradox “), a Montreal, Quebec based investor relations firm to provide market awareness and investor relations services to the Company.

Paradox will increase Grande West’s visibility in the financial community by direct introductions, global marketing, and organization of presentations focused on capital market professionals and potential investors. Paradox’s extensive experience and large network provides a full-service approach to provide creative, effective results-driven investor relations programs for the Company.

Paradox has been engaged at a rate of $10,000 per month for a 24 month term, subject to a 30-day termination notice by either party. In addition, the Company has granted of 200,000 incentive stock options

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Cardinals Share Excitement on Social Media

Arizona Cardinals captain and special teamer Dennis Gardeck evidently likes gifs on Twitter. After his team’s Week 2 victory at home against the Washington Football Team, he and a flurry of his teammates celebrated on Twitter, similar to last week. 

His post:

The team account joined in the fun, tweeting out pictures of Cardinals players celebrating and the reception to quarterback Kyler Murray in the locker room after he had a big day (two rushing touchdowns, three total scores). Here is the celebration and the victory speech from head coach Kliff Kingsbury in the locker room:

A sentiment that was shared throughout the week was looking forward to the next game. The Detroit Lions are on the schedule next. 

Linebacker De’Vondre Campbell summarized that thinking last week. 

“You enjoy it for the first 48 hours, then you try to move past it because the NFL isn’t about what you did

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Trump OKs TikTok Deal, Judge Halts His WeChat Ban

Trump Approves TikTok Deal

The Wall Street Journal reports Trump Signs Off on TikTok Deal With Oracle, Walmart.

President Trump said he has agreed in concept to a deal under which Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok will partner with Oracle Corp. and Walmart Inc. to become a U.S.-based company, capping negotiations that have stirred debate over national security and the future of the internet.

“I have given the deal my blessing, if they get it done that’s OK too, if they don’t that’s fine too,” Mr. Trump told reporters at the White House on Saturday. 

With the announcement of a deal, the Commerce Department said it would delay a ban on U.S. downloads and updates for the TikTok app that was set to take effect at 11:59 p.m. Sunday. The ban is now set to take effect Sept. 27, but could be further delayed or removed if the proposed new partnership

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Surgical Instruments Market (2020 To 2025) SWOT Analysis Has Been Used To Understand The Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats

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Sep 21, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Market Overview:
The global Surgical Instruments market was valued at USD 784.32 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 1387.10billionby 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.54% from 2017 to 2025.

Surgical instruments are in high demand due to increased number of surgeries and increasing stringency towards quality of treatment being given by healthcare centers. The market is expected to grow at a high CAGR during the forecast period.

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Market Dynamics:
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1.1 Increasing Companion Animals Market
1.2 Rising Demand for Pet Health Insurance
1.3 Increasing Number of Veterinary Practitioners in Developed Countries
2. Market Restraints
2.1 Shortage of Skilled Veterinarians

Market Segmentation:
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Argentina’s economic woes send companies fleeing

A growing number of foreign companies are slashing investments in Argentina or fleeing altogether, fearing the leftist government’s increasingly interventionist moves aimed at stabilising the struggling economy.

While finance minister Martin Guzmán is expected to present rosy predictions in Tuesday’s budget, Chilean retail giant Falabella became the latest in a string of companies to announce its intention to withdraw from Argentina last week as the government moved to tighten already strict capital controls to protect dwindling foreign exchange reserves.

President Alberto Fernández scored a big victory through a deal with private creditors to restructure $65bn of foreign debt last month. But the onset of the pandemic just three months into his term has stymied attempts to rebuild investor confidence.

“It’s an exaggeration to say there’s some kind of mass exodus going on, but companies are grappling with an increasingly interventionist policy direction which may worsen as economic conditions worsen too,”

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O-Xylene Market Size Industry, Global Industry Demand, Share, Top Players, Future Growth by 2025 Research Reports World

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Sep 21, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “O-Xylene Market” (2020-2025) Industry Research Report is an expert and inside and out examination on the flow condition of the Global O-Xylene industry. In addition, investigate report sorts the worldwide O-Xylene market by top players/brands, area, type and end client. This report likewise examines the different Factors impacting the market development and drivers, further reveals insight into market review, key makers, key received by them, size, most recent patterns and types, income, net edge with provincial examination and figure.

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The global O-Xylene market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2020 and 2025. In 2020, the market was growing at a steady rate and with the rising adoption of strategies by key

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Fatty Amines Market Size Analysis, Growth Drivers, Share, and Business Opportunities 2020 to 2026

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Sep 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The globalFatty Amines Marketis likely to foresee impressive growth in the forthcoming years. The is ascribable to the latest innovations and accelerated globalization.

Chemical industry has undergone tremendous changes in the past 10 years. The industry has been successful in creating an extensive range of products in developing as well as developed regions. Post the economic recession of 2007, this industry has flourished steadily. Increasing awareness about environment and evolving consumer preferences are positively impacting this industry. As per the European Chemical Industry Council, the demand for chemicals in Europe is anticipated to increase. Increasing investments in the chemical business is likely to keep the factories. Furthermore, the demand for chemicals is fueling owing to the increase in consumer spending. Jobs in this sector are increasing at a rapid

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