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Panasonic Corporation, a Japanese multinational electronics group, will enter Thailand's 350- billion-baht property market through a joint venture with a local developer to build housing projects, shopping centres and hospitals in the next two years. Kazuhiko Tanaka, managing director of PanaHome Asia Pacific Pte, said the company is negotiating with a few property companies in Thailand and will chose one as its business partner to jointly penetrate the Thai..."/>
Panasonic aiming to break ground in 2018 [Bangkok Post, Thailand]
NIKE Inc on Friday disclosed that Tom Peddie takes over as new vice president and general manager of North America, succeeding Joaquin Hidalgo, with immediate effect. Hidalgo will be taking a leave of absence to focus on his health. An almost three decade Nike veteran, Peddie has held senior management roles including VP of North America Sales and VP of Global Sales."/>
NIK names Tom Peddie as new VP and GM for North America
XPO Logistics has taken a full lease of the building on Chelsea Road was made jointly Thursday afternoon by the building's developer, Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC, its financial partner..."/>
Harford lands big e-commerce logistics firm; more than 400 jobs expected in Perryman [The Aegis, Bel Air, Md.]
Dillard's to get their hands on something with her name on it. But this was about more than just makeup. "She's just somebody that everyone wanted to be, every little Latina girl wanted to be," said Reyna Nieto, 22.."/>
MAC Selena draws big crowds [Victoria Advocate, Texas]
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Delta Lloyd rejects NN Group's takeover proposal
Jack In The Box in 2006, she thought working hard would lead to a steady job that would provide for her family. The single mother of one, now residing in West Philadelphia, said that her decade in fast food was marked by repeated incidents of sexual harassment. "At first it was suggestive jokes," she said."/>
Sexual harassment widespread at fast-food eateries, Philly protest claims [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's Port Covington project were tough, but not difficult enough to have driven the company's expansion elsewhere, a top deputy said Thursday. Tom Geddes, who runs Plank Industries, said the development team for the $5.5 billion project at times felt that politics and conversations with special interest groups "were going to make it impossible" to carry out the company's full vision for the South Baltimore peninsula."/>
Top Plank official: Under Armour wouldn't leave Baltimore [The Baltimore Sun]
XPO Logistics, headquartered in Connecticut and operating in 34 countries, will occupy a 571,000- square-foot building at the Perryman Logistics Center. The lease expands XPO Logistics' presence in Maryland, where it already serves..."/>
Harford County lands major logistics company [The Baltimore Sun]
ServisFirst Bancshares is quickly moving up in the Alabama market, according to a new report from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. Rocket Hatch is gearing up for its next round of CO.STARTERS, a program that helps aspiring entrepreneurs put their ideas into action."/>
ServisFirst growth, Wooden Goat closure, Planet Fitness top business news [Alabama Media Group, Birmingham]
Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. said Thursday the company should rely more heavily on franchisees and that its stock could triple in value over four years if it did. Richard "Mick" McGuire of Marcato Capital Management, in remarks at an investment conference and in an interview on CNBC, revealed publicly some details of the changes he asked Buffalo Wild Wings executives to consider. They include gradually shifting the mix of franchised and..."/>
Activist investor says Buffalo Wild Wings should franchise 90 percent of outlets [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Comcast, in an e-mail to customers Thursday night, said it will place a limit on internet data use for its residential customers in Minnesota, starting Nov. 1.."/>
Comcast to roll out internet data caps in Minneapolis-St. Paul [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Nordstrom has pulled a high-end Italian fashion line's pill-popping motif after a Minneapolis drug counselor ignited outrage that it glamorizes drug use. Moschino, an Italian clothing brand known for being irreverent, bold and sometimes controversial, launched a clothing line that includes handbags that resemble prescription pill bottles and clothing peppered with colorful capsules. The items, sold at Nordstrom and Saks, are provoking protests in Minnesota and..."/>
Nordstrom reverses course, yanks controversial drug-themed clothing by Moschino [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Majestic originally spearheaded building a 65,000- seat stadium..."/>
Majestic executive Cavileer discusses departure from stadium project [Las Vegas Sun]

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