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Global Inertial Measurement Unit Market 2020 Key Business Opportunities, Impressive Growth Rate and Development Analysis to 2025

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Sep 21, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The recently introduced report titled Global Inertial Measurement Unit Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 provides an in-depth evaluation of historic facts (2015-2019) and forecasted data (2020-2025). The report gives market analysis on a worldwide scale, for instance, present and traditional growth analysis, competitive analysis, as well as the growth prospects of the central regions. The report consists of a thorough evaluation of the driving forces of the global Inertial Measurement Unit market. The market is monitored based on segments along with type, application, and end-user. The report analyzes the industry trends in each of the sub-segments, from sales, revenue, and consumption.

The report highlights core business values, market trends, revenue growth patterns market shares, and demand and supply, production, key regions, revenue rate,

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Weaber: Purebred Beef Unit is a head start on career in the cattle business | Livestock


Bob Weaber, a professor of animal sciences, says K-State’s Purebred Beef Unit was built to accommodate contemporary livestock handling spaces. (Courtesy photo.)

Bob Weaber gets a feeling of satisfaction as he enters the Purebred Beef Unit on the Kansas State University campus.

The building, just three years old, serves as something of a spark for Weaber, a professor in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry, and the faculty coordinator at the unit.

Here, he has the opportunity to carry out a vigorous research program, while also helping to mold students who are training for careers in the beef cattle industry.

“My research focuses primarily on beef cattle genetics as well as my special interest in new trait development, such as feet and leg structure in cows, male fertility, feed intake and feed efficiency,” Weaber said.

He and his animal science colleagues work with others in the College of Veterinary

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Accenture to invest $3B in new 70,000-person Cloud First business unit

Consulting giant Accenture plc is investing $3 billion in forming a new business unit that will focus on helping enterprises adopt the public cloud. 

The Cloud First group, which Accenture announced today, comprises about 70,000 professionals who will work under the leadership of longtime executive Karthik Narain. Narain was previously responsible for Accenture’s technology services in North America. 

Accenture is one of the world’s biggest providers of professional services, helping large organizations with information technology initiatives and other projects. The cloud was already a big part of its business before today’s announcement. Cloud projects accounted for approximately $11 billion in revenue during fiscal 2019, about a quarter of Accenture’s total sales that year, and it has more than 100,000 employees focused on this area. 

The Cloud First group, with its large workforce, will likely encompass a significant part of the company’s cloud operations. Accenture described it as a “multiservice” group

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Burger King China Owner Weighs Sale of $1.2 Billion Unit

(Bloomberg) — TAB Food Investments, the largest global franchisee of Restaurant Brands International Inc., is exploring a sale of its China business in a deal that would value the asset at more than $1.2 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.

a group of people standing in front of a sign: Men walk past a Burger King Worldwide Inc. store in the Luohu district of Shenzhen, China, on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013.

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Men walk past a Burger King Worldwide Inc. store in the Luohu district of Shenzhen, China, on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013.

TAB Foods, or TFI, is working with an adviser to gauge interest for its 50% stake in Burger King’s Chinese operations from potential suitors including private equity firms, the people said. A sale could kick off as soon as next month, the people said, asking not to be identified as the information is private.


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The Istanbul-based TFI previously considered a Hong Kong initial public offering of the Chinese business after earlier scrapping plans for a U.S. share sale of its global operations, people

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Joe Hamblin Joins Altigen to Lead its Microsoft Teams Business Unit; David Tang, Altigen’s Chief Operations Officer is Retiring

MILPITAS, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 8, 2020 / Altigen Communications, Inc. (OTCQB:ATGN), a Silicon Valley-based Microsoft ISV and Cloud Solutions provider, today announced that Joe Hamblin has joined Altigen’s executive management team as Vice President & General Manager of Altigen’s Microsoft Teams business unit. A long-time industry executive with extensive experience in communications, cloud and Microsoft technologies, Hamblin will provide strategic direction, product vision and day to day management of Altigen’s newly formed Microsoft Teams business unit. The company also announced that David Tang, Altigen’s Chief Operations Officer is retiring from the company.

Mr. Hamblin joins Altigen following the completion of the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, where he most recently served as Vice President – IT Enterprise Services. During his more than 30 years at Sprint, Hamblin has consistently been at the forefront of driving business process improvements and cost reductions through the use of new and often

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XPO Logistics Appoints Erik Caldwell as President of Last Mile Business Unit in North America

GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: XPO), the largest provider of last mile logistics for heavy goods in North America, today announced the appointment of Erik Caldwell as president of its last mile business unit. Caldwell has P&L responsibility for XPO’s last mile operations in the US and Canada. The unit manages more than 10 million home deliveries and installations of big and bulky products annually, including appliances, exercise equipment and furniture.

Caldwell has 16 years of executive experience with retail and industrial supply chains. He joined XPO in 2017 as chief operating officer, supply chain – Americas and Asia Pacific. Previously, Caldwell was senior vice president, supply chain and digital operations with Hudson’s Bay Company; senior vice president, global Rx operations with Luxottica; and director of retail solutions with DHL, where he also served as regional director of last mile operations. Earlier, he

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