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'Corporate' market for clean energy grows

From: Buisness-standard By Vandana Gombar Recommended by: business-standard The trend of companies procuring clean energy to save on their power bills, and to meet their sustainability goals, is intensifying globally, and in India
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Corporate altruism can do better

From: Buisness-standard By Maya Vengurlekar Recommended by: business-standard Four years since spending on corporate social responsibility (CSR) became obligatory, it’s heartening to see the altruistic spirit gaining traction.The
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Uber acquires electric-assist bike-share company Jump

Uber is making a big push into bicycles.  The ride-hailing company announced Monday it was acquiring bicycle-share company, Jump. The San Francisco-based company known for its red frames with a battery-powered boost had partnered with Uber for
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E-scooter company CEO wants to ‘Save Our Sidewalks’ from bike litter

Bird is flying into more cities, and as the electric scooter-share company spreads its wings, it wants to make sure it doesn't destroy communities with its short-range vehicles. Bird expanded from Southern California this week to San Francisco and
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New York commuter prefers the company of a goblin wearing the same outfit as him

New York has truly seen it all. This week on the subway, @bootyslime observed a man sit down and casually take a goblin out of his bag wearing the same outfit as him. He then proceeded to put the thing on his lap like a child.  this dude sat
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Dropbox, a company that turned down an offer from Steve Jobs in 2009, is finally going public

The place where you may or may not store and share your photos, PDFs, and other documents is going public.  Dropbox, a cloud storage company based in Silicon Valley's heart San Francisco, is listing on the Nasdaq under the stock ticker $DBX,
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Jamaican beer company swoops in to save its country's Olympic bobsled team

Sometimes the person (or brand) you least expected comes to the rescue.  The Jamaican bobsled team needed a bobsled for their upcoming competition at the Winter Olympics. Red Stripe, a Jamaican beer company, offered to pay for one.  SEE
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Knotty Vibes is the feminist sex toy company the world needs

Two best friends are working together to shatter the stigma surrounding sex toys for women. Knotty Vibes, an innovative feminist sex toy company co-founded by Sheila Oh and Courtney Davis, aims to empower women to embrace their

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