October 6, 2020

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If the events of 2020 alone have taught us anything, it’s that businesses can no longer ignore their greater impact on the world and the role they play in shaping the bigger picture. So if you aren’t already, now would be a really good time to reflect on your brand values and evaluate how they’re guiding your daily actions and decisions as a business. 

Brand values cannot simply be words that appear on the strategy document that gathers dust in some corner of the cloud. They cannot be plastered on the walls of the office in the hope that the words alone inspire employees and customers. They need to be a living, breathing part of the way you do business. They also need to incorporate true corporate social responsibility, by having a measurable, positive impact on

The potential to create value sometimes entails creating a completely new industry, one in which companies that have never interacted before come together. Of course, a new market that brings them together can sometimes do the job. But a market is unlikely to be effective in promoting the kinds of knowledge exchange and co-learning required to build a new industry, especially when its future is shrouded in uncertainty.

Creating the new mobility industry, for instance, will not just involve automotive companies. In fact, automakers may be one of the less important contributors. A new mobility industry will need infrastructure providers, designers, and manufacturers of new types of sensors (both on-board and embedded in the environment), software and artificial intelligence (AI) companies, entertainment to occupy the passenger in an autonomous vehicle, and regulators and municipal governments, to name just a few of the likely participants. Hence, a new ecosystem that promotes

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

A 103-year-old woman was discharged on Friday, October 2, from a hospital of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) in Jalisco after recovering from COVID-19 and after 11 days hospitalized.

Doña María was admitted to the hospital on September 22 from a family medicine unit. The patient had presented symptoms of a runny nose, fever and respiratory distress.

According to the director of the center , Dr. David Sánchez González, the patient had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) derived from cooking for a long time with firewood. However, since

The and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Monday came out with a uniform time period for listing securities, including municipal bonds, issued on a private placement basis.

The timeline will be applicable for non-convertible redeemable preference shares, debt securities, securitised debt instruments, security receipts, and municipal bonds, said in a circular. The move comes after received several requests from market participants for clarification on the time period within which such need to be listed following completion of the allotment.

After taking feedback from market participants, decided that allotment of would be completed by T+2 trading days after receipt of the funds.

‘T day’ refers to closure of the issue. It added that the issuer needs to make a listing application to bourses and obtain approval from them by the T+4 trading day.