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Michael Guidry

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Michael is a writer and editor who covers science, technology, and sustainability. He works at Prudour Network, where he is the Executive Editor, Grand Challenges.

Coach Inc. Decides to Merge With Kate Spade to Overcome Competition...

Competition has been tough for international brands to sustain in the market due to consumer preferences shifting to cheaper brands and discount strategies applied...

Elliot Files Petition In Dutch Court Against Akzo Nobel NV Chairman...

Akzo Nobel has recently turned down a takeover offer from PPG Industries Inc for an amount of EUR 24.6 billion which is equivalent to...

Infosys Supports Trump’s Decision and Decides to Hire 10,000 The US...

Infosys is a well-known name in the IT sector for providing business solutions and outsourcing services to their clients with their operations across the...

Samsung Rolls Out Emoji-based Chat App Called Wemogee To Help People...

The trend of using emojis for online communication is growing rapidly. The emojis are worth 1,000 words and can express feelings in the best...

NASA Plans Inflatable Greenhouses For Growing Plants And Vegetables On Moon...

As astronauts have already grown plants and vegetables on the International Space Station (ISS), the NASA scientists from Kennedy Space Center in Florida are...

Groundwater Is Facing The Contamination Risk Due To Human Activities

Many human activities are causing pollution of air and water which results in toxic pollutants that are released into the environment. It is shocking...

Global Warming The Main Culprit Behind Many Record-Breaking Climate Events Taking...

From heat waved to many catastrophic floods, the extreme weather conditions found these days has been caused by human-induced climate changes especially global warming. But,...

Choline And Bacteria Present In Some Foods Are Leading To Stroke...

Choline which is the water-soluble essential nutrient is commonly seen in chicken and meat. The study conducted by researchers from Cleveland Clinic in Ohio...

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