Daily Archives: March 5, 2018

RF IDeas Announces New Embedded and Mobile Credential Readers for Healthcare at HIMSS 2018

ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., March 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RF IDeas Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of employee RF credential readers for in-building applications such as computer access, identification, …

INTTRA Grows Container Orders to 45 Million, Expands Carrier Network

PARSIPPANY, New Jersey, March 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — INTTRA, the largest neutral electronic transaction platform, software and information provider at the center of the ocean shipping industry, today announced significant …

Radisson Hotel Group launches at IHIF

A new brand identity heralds a new era for the company

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group announces its rebranding to Radisson Hotel Group, effective immediately, at the International Hotel Investment

YPO Names Pascal Gerken 2018-2019 Chairman

DALLAS, March 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, YPO, the premier leadership organization of chief executives in the world, announced the election of Pascal Gerken to YPO’s highest elected

WB Country Director Calls on Ethiopia to Address Emerging Environmental Issues

Addis Ababa Ethiopia must work to tackle a variety of challenges, among which are the need to sustain the productivity of the natural resource base, and address emerging environmental issues …

SOMALIA REJECTS SOMALILAND PORT DEAL WITH ETHIOPIA AND UAE COMPANY

MOGADISHU-- The government of Somalia has rejected the agreement signed between Ethiopia, Somaliland and United Arab Emirates (UAE) logistics company DP World.

In a statement declaring the agreement 'null and …

SOMALIA REJECTS SOMALILAND PORT DEAL WITH ETHIOPIA AND UAE COMPANY

MOGADISHU-- The government of Somalia has rejected the agreement signed between Ethiopia, Somaliland and United Arab Emirates (UAE) logistics company DP World.

In a statement declaring the agreement 'null and …

Hunger rates remain high amid conflict, climate shocks, warns UN food security report

Increased hunger and food insecurity, fuelled by conflict and climatic challenges, continues to inflict suffering on populations in different parts of the world, forcing them to remain dependent on humanitarian …

Hunger rates remain high amid conflict, climate shocks, warns UN food security report

Increased hunger and food insecurity, fuelled by conflict and climatic challenges, continues to inflict suffering on populations in different parts of the world, forcing them to remain dependent on humanitarian …

Yemeni Immigrants Focus on Future in US Amid War Back Home

Ibrahim Alhasbani is like generations of Middle Eastern immigrants in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn: he fled war, came with dreams and worked for others until he could strike out …