January 8, 2021

The new reinterpretation will include the company logo, uniforms, restaurants and food packaging.

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Fast food brand Burger King announced Thursday that it will redesign its brand for the first time in 20 years to reflect its removal of conservatives. This new reinterpretation will include the company logo, uniforms, restaurants and food packaging.

According to Reuters, Fernando Machado, global marketing director for Restaurant Brands International, owner of Burger King, said that “updating our visual identity would help signal to our consumers that this is a brand that is evolving.”

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The new logo includes a more rounded font that evokes its famous hamburgers

It was the year we saw it all. And 2020 was also the year we didn’t see it all coming. Wildfires. Floods. So many storms in the Atlantic that meteorologists had to resort to the Greek alphabet to name them. Global protests over racial and economic inequality. And, of course, the pandemic.

What is surprising is that we were surprised. In a recent PwC study, 69 percent of responding organizations had experienced a crisis in the past five years and 95 percent expected to face one. We all watched Australia aflame in the months before the pandemic. California, too. It was only three years ago that multiple storms rattled the Gulf Coast in the United States in rapid succession. And climate watchers had been predicting that there will be more of these severe weather events in the future.

And the pandemic? Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003, H1N1

The Mexican cinema chain will negotiate payment options with BBVA, HSBC, Santander and Bancomext, among others.

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One of the sectors hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 was entertainment, especially movie theaters. With a debt of more than 1,350 million dollars, Cinépólis is seeking a bank restructuring agreement.

The largest chain of cinemas in the country accumulates a debt of more than a billion dollars in credits. This as reported to Bloomberg by sources close to the negotiations, who requested anonymity because the details are private.

Cinépolis hired financial advisory and asset management firm Lazard to

The total market value of cryptocurrencies surpassed $1 trillion for the first time Thursday amid a frenzied and volatile rally in to yet another record.


Cryptocurrencies hit the milestone after a fivefold climb in market value in the past year, data from tracker CoinGecko shows. Strategists have cited demand from speculative retail traders, trend-following quant funds, the rich and even institutional investors as among the reasons for the surge.



rose as much as 5 per cent on Thursday to touch a high of $37,802 and has more than quadrupled in the past year, according to a composite of prices compiled by Bloomberg. It accounts for about two-thirds of market value, followed by Ether at about 13%, according to CoinGecko data.


Digital coins are jumping in a world awash with fiscal and monetary stimulus, even as some commentators fear an inevitable