Thriving Office Property Sector to Boost Real Estate Investment Sales

With the start of the year, the real estate sector has witnessed a significant rise, thanks to the extensive contribution from retail, office, and residential sectors. Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL), stated that the property investment sales in the private sector are expected to register a spectacular growth in the near future. As per the statistics provided by JLL, the value of the real estate investments deals were 67.4% in

Amazon Announces Mother’s Day Sale on Hardware

This Mother’s Day, Amazon intends to have a spring hardware sale. Surprisingly, the Echo smart speaker and Kindle line is on sale. Yes, you got that right! The Echo, which has never been on a discount since last year, is finally on sale and music lovers can at last make the purchase without burning a hole in their pockets! What’s more- the Kindle Oasis will also be on sale for

Researchers Develop FBEB – a Unique Microbial Energy Production Method

For the survival of all living things, reproduction is essential, for which they extract energy from surroundings. For generations, it was believed that there were only two methods for all living organisms to generate energy required for cellular metabolism but now researchers have formulated a third method called Flavin-based Electron Bifurcation (FBEB). This finding is more of a discovery rather than an invention as FBEB is actually an ancient form

Hyundai Heavy’s U$14.8 Bn Split Flings Doors Wide Open for Deals

In a major move that has opened up the doors to a number of deals in the shipbuilding industry, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. on Wednesday split into four entities, with the combined market value amounting to US$14.8 billion. The second-largest shipbuilder in the world, Hyundai Heavy’s move is driven by its attempt to save all of its divisions from a financial crisis. The shipping conglomerate has divided its operations into

Cheaper Sugar-sweetened Beverages Will Raise Obesity Concerns: ACS

According to a recent study by the American Cancer Society (ACS), the prices of sugar-sweetened beverages are falling across the globe and the pattern is expected to continue in the near future. Preventing Chronic Disease, the journal that contains this study by the ACS, suggests that it is imperative to regulate the prices of these beverages, as they are at the backbone of growing concerns of obesity and diabetes. Affordability