According to recent statistics over ten million minutes are spent on Facebook every day and there are now over a billion users across the world making the site not only a cultural and social phenomenon, but an economic one.
Starbucks Canada is installing two-way video links between baristas and drive-thru customers in what experts call the latest attempt to lure more consumers into the fast-food lane.
The coffee company has put screens on menu boards at 64 of its 200 Canadian drive-thru locations, including four in Edmonton, so coffee lovers can have a “moment of connection” with servers as they order their smoked butterscotch lattes.
Women pay an average of 43 per cent more for toiletries such as razors and shampoo than men do, according to a new study.
The so-called “Pink Tax” has been long tied to services like dry cleaning and haircuts for women.
But a new study from Toronto-based ParseHub reveals price tags on 3,191 personal care products for women are substantially higher than the corresponding products for men.
MUMBAI: Nazara Games along with London Venture Partners and Drussila Hollanda-Gronberg, game lead at Supercell made an undisclosed investment in London based mobile games studio TrulySocial. Truly Social will launch a social world game for mobiles and tablets specifically targeting women, creating real life situations and weekly updates for individual player experiences by the end of 2016.
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