Accenture Interactive Expands Experience-Based Transformation Services in Southeast Asia with Acquisition of Award-Winning Entropia Agency

by on June 3, 2021 0

KUALA LUMPUR, Singapore – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Accenture (NYSE: ACN) today announced the acquisition of Entropia, marking the first acquisition by Accenture Interactive in Southeast Asia. Entropia, one of the fastest growing international agencies1, will complement and extend Accenture Interactive’s unique position in the experience-based transformation services market. Founded in 2016 and based in...

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Hot product before the heat wave: air conditioners

by on June 2, 2021 0

Air conditioners are flying off the shelves as warmer temperatures approach our region. MONROE COUNTY, PA – There is still a good supply of air conditioning units here at Steele’s Ace Hardware near Tannersville. But with a possible heat wave heading our way, these boxes might not be around for long. That’s why Ron...

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Steve Wozniak’s long hunt for fish species

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ST. PETE BEACH, Fla .– Of course, there are plenty of fish stories about who escaped. But this one concerns the thousands who did not escape. “I’ve had 1,999 in Mexico,” angler Steve Wozniak (not Apple co-founder) told ABC Action New sports anchor Kyle Burger. Wozniak is on a worldwide quest to land the...

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Changes to bait regulations improve species sustainability

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Changes to the white bait regulations will improve the sustainability of endangered species while ensuring that Kiwis can continue the tradition of fishing for food from their local river in the future, said the acting Minister of Conservation, Dr Ayesha Verrall. “White baits are a valuable part of Aotearoa’s native biodiversity and are taonga...

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Patiently waiting for June 15 – AgriNews

by on May 31, 2021 0

It will take 12 to 18 months of near-perfect growing weather conditions in the United States for corn and soybean stocks to eventually return to comfortable levels where the threat of “grain shortages” is no longer a problem. Until then, the key to grain prices rests in Mother Nature’s whims and habits during the...

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