“I think a lot of innovation comes from smaller companies, this will be an even bigger trend in the future,” says Fibrocell CEO Pernock, whose own company is focused on treatments for skin diseases and conditions.
Mardi 3 décembre, les équipes de Société Générale et d’Investir ouvrent les marchés européens à Paris pour célébrer la cotation du Certificat 100% Investir 10 – Grandes Valeurs.
Négociable en continu en Bourse de Paris, le Certificat 100% Investir 10 – Grandes Valeurs réplique parfaitement, à la hausse comme à la baisse, et sans effet de levier, les variations de l’Indice Investir 10 – Grandes Valeurs. La commission annuelle, prélevée chaque jour, est de 1,50%.
Dutch Paralympic skier Kees-Jan van der Klooster sounds the gong for the NSGK foundation on the UN International day of persons with disabilities.
This specific UN Day is held annually on December 3rd to focus on issues that affect people with disabilities worldwide. NSGK is the Dutch foundation for disabled children and adolescents and Kees-Jan is one of their so-called Famous Friends. Children with disabilities face many challenges and barriers in their daily lives. That’s why they are often excluded from ordinary activities. NSGK aims to remove these barriers and facilitate the participation of these children and youngsters. With the support of over 40,000 private donors en 10,000 volunteers NSGK supports hundreds of initiatives that enable children with disability to play, learn, work, relax and live like their...
By Isabel Ucha, Director of Corporate Responsibility for Europe
We have joined the conversation by celebrating the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) through several events held in all our European locations during the week of 18-22 November. These initiatives have involved entrepreneurs, business leaders as well as government officials to encourage a conversation about entrepreneurship which connects people, shares ideas and drives economic public policy.
The kickoff for GEW was held in Brussels (NLor FR) on the 18th of November with...
U.S. Stocks finished lower with the Dow taking a sharp drop in late trading as investors digested better than expected ISM manufacturing data and mixed sales reports on holiday shopping from retailers. Telecom and Staples topped declines on the S&P 500, while Healthcare and Energy outperformed. Gold is sharply lower amid a rally in the dollar.
In US economic news, The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its index of national factory activity rose to 57.3 in November from 56.4 the prior month. It was the ISM’s best reading since April 2011, and was the sixth consecutive month of quicker growth in the goods-producing sector since a contraction in May, with growth accelerating after the partial U.S. government shutdown that limited activity in October.
In a separate report, Financial data firm Markit said its final U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index rose to 54.7 from 51.8 in October, which had been a one-year low...
Executives and guests of Fibria Celulose S.A. will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in conjunction with the company’s investor/analyst day.
To mark this occasion, Fibria’s CEO Marcelo Strudaldi Castelli will ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
Fibria Celulose S.A. (NYSE: FBR)
Fibria Celulose is the world’s leader in the production of pulp and has an annual production capacity of 5.3 million tons from mills located throughout Brazil. With its operations based entirely on renewable forest plantations, Fibria works with a total forest base of 966,000 hectares in its own areas, of which 347,...