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At the #BringHomeTheBud celebration throughout the country, Budweiser toasts Argentina’s victory with limited-edition Budweiser FIFA World Cup packs for fans, hosts the ultimate celebration event, and screens the music video for “The World Is Yours to Take” from the FIFA World Cup™ soundtrack featuring Lil Baby and moments from Argentina’s iconic win

(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Budweiser, the Official Beer of the FIFA World Cup™, unveiled the details of its promised victory celebration for the tournament champions as part of its #BringHomeTheBud campaign. At the celebrations taking place in various cities in Argentina throughout the holiday season, fans will be invited to enjoy limited-edition Budweiser FIFA World Cup packs.

The celebration kicked off after the official watch party in Buenos Aires, with the opening of the #BringHomeTheBud crates. On Thursday, December 22, Budweiser’s ultimate victory celebrations will continue at ... Read more »

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(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boehringer Ingelheim and Click Therapeutics today announced the launch of an expanded collaboration for the development and commercialization of a second prescription-based digital therapeutic (PDT). The companies will collaborate to develop and commercialize a novel mobile application, which combines multiple clinically validated therapeutic interventions for use alone and in combination with pharmaceutical therapy to help people with schizophrenia achieve positive clinical outcomes. The partnership aims to provide additional treatment options to those living with schizophrenia, where there remains a significant unmet need due to lack of access to psychosocial intervention therapies.

Schizophrenia is one of the 15 leading causes of disability worldwide, with approximately half of all patients exhibiting co-occurring mental and/or behavioral health disorders.1 It is a serious mental health condition that alters a perso ... Read more »

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SAN FRANCISCO - Monday, 19. December 2022


(BUSINESS WIRE)--A third of global businesses predict the current inflationary environment to continue for more than two years, according to new research from Taulia. Expectations were gloomiest in the UK, with more than two in five (42%) predicting high inflation would last more than two years, while a third (34%) of businesses in Germany, and over a quarter in Singapore (29%) and the US (27%) said the same.

Half of businesses globally (50%) expect today’s inflationary environment to last between one to two years, and nearly two-fifths (37%) of businesses believe inflation will get worse over the next year.

Just 15% of businesses globally predict the current inflationary pressures to last less than 12 months. US firms are most optimistic about this with over a fifth (21%) saying inflation will last less than 12 months, compared to 11% of UK businesses.

Tackling inflation is cited a ... Read more »

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KAWASAKI, Japan - Monday, 19. December 2022

(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation (“Toshiba”) today announced that it will construct a new back-end production facility for power semiconductors at its Himeji Operations – Semiconductor, in Hyogo Prefecture in western Japan. Construction will start in June 2024, with production scheduled to start in spring 2025. The project will more than double Toshiba’s automotive power semiconductor production capacity at Himeji, against fiscal 2022.

Power devices are essential components for managing and reducing power consumption in all kinds of electronic equipment, and for saving energy. Above all other products, demand for low-voltage MOSFETs (metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors), a Toshiba focus technology, is expected to see continued growth with the progress of vehicle electrification and the automation of industrial equipment. Toshiba has decided to meet ... Read more »

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