Plans to convert Birmingham’s historic former Swan kettleworks into a modern office block have been welcomed by city conservationists. The large Victorian factory where men in overalls once made pots and pans will soon be home to suited office workers sitting at rows of desks. Architects claim the conversion of the landmark building will be as dramatic as Fort Dunlop’s switch from derelict tyre factory to modern office..
Last year, Pakistan growth in industrial production was the highest in 10 years. We produced and consumed more units of electricity than ever before. Pakistan also consumed more natural gas (domestically produced and imported) and produced more cement and fertiliser than ever before.
Sponsorship activity within elite sport wearables is seemingly minimal, but consumer wearables is ripe with sponsorship activations. In August 2016, Fitbit signed a deal with New York Road Runners, in an attempt to encourage runners to participate in community building activities and to use Fitbit platform of activity trackers and mobile tools to perform their very best at the TCS New York City marathon. The sponsorship link enabled Fitbit users to follow the training regime of the Fitbit ambassador, and current American record holder for the marathon, Ryan Hall..
The controversy and suspense over Apple developing a new and a cheaper version of the iPhone has been finally brought to halt by the latest report released by China Labour Watch Group. According to this report, one of Apple’s China based suppliers, Pegatron is found violating labour laws on a very large basis. Pegatron is a China based company helping Apple by assembling its iPhones and iPads.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews tweeted Thursday that he would quit playing football rather than be forced to stand during the anthem. The tweet, which was in response to a question posed by a TV producer, was quickly deleted. Matthews, whose father is a Marine and whose brother died in Afghanistan in 2015, has stayed off the field during the anthem..
Integer dolor diam, tincidunt ac euismod ac, sollicitudin varius ante. Pellentesque elementum commodo dolor sit amet semper. Nullam id massa a turpis bibendum tincidunt.. The origins of Turkish delight are a bit mysterious. According to Sweets: A History of Candy, it was “invented by Arab apothecaries some time around the ninth century.” But Sherbet and Spice: The Complete Story of Turkish Sweets and Desserts alleges that it was invented by Ottoman palace confectioners in the 18th century. Versions of the candy are made in the Middle East, Russia, the Balkans and Greece.