One of the most compelling and evolved peculiarities of nature is sustainability. Nature is innocuous. It banks on diversity, fits form to function and rewards corporation. It is zero-waste, zero-energy. It curbs excesses from within. Mocking as it, nature’s own children are struggling to incorporate lessons from nature’s 3.8 billion years of innovation. Human curiosity [...]
This Wednesday was a tough day for both Boeing Co. and unionized machinists in Washington State; we might even call it a never ending day, since final outcome of the past events still isn’t familiar. What will happen with union’s 31,000 workers or Boeing’s presence in Washington State or even U.S. overall is still not familiar. The concern took place when Boeing Co machinists yesterday rejected an eight-year labor contract extension and outcome of the rejection could cause the end of Boeing’s 97-year presence in the state.
On the 14th of March, California authorities issued an initial project which included a prime proposal to reform the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in an effort to secure water supply across the state. In addition, the documents of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan centrally focused on the California Governor Jerry Brown’s multi-billion suggestion to bring back the equipoise of the ecosystem and provide stable water supply for the state.
Philippine Airlines informed that it had signed a $7 billion contract to buy 54 Airbus jets as part of modernization program to meet higher demands for transporting both passengers and cargo in Asia, the Middle East and Australia. Moreover Philippine Airlines, the country’s largest full-service carrier, announced that it planned to buy dozen more planes. Airbus won the $7 billion contract, beating Boeing Co. despite the U.S. support for Manila in a diplomatic dispute with the People’s Republic of China.
In the United States, the heavy and civil engineering sector added 3,700 hundred jobs in October. Although that is 50 percent than what the sector created at the same time a year ago, the heavy and civil engineering sector is still doing much better than most other sectors, such as specialty trade contracting, which lost over 22,000 jobs.
Delivering Global Icons Produced By Rachel Allen About a century and a half ago, a giant water reservoir was built on the famous Malabar Hills, in an Indian city then named Bombay – by a company called Littlewood Pallonji & Company. Over time, that company has grown to become the Shapoorji Pallonji Group of Companies, [...]
Company Profile of IL & FS Transportation Networks Limited Produced by Rachel Allen Building Better Networks IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited (ITNL), promoted in November 2000 by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS), is one of the largest BOT road asset owners in India. ITNL acts as a developer, operator and facilitator of surface transportation [...]