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MakeMyTrip has rolled out its third television campaign aimed at driving hotel bookings on its platform. Made by advertising agency Publicis Capital, the commercial features actors Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh who are seen promoting the new Pay at Checkout feature on hotel bookings. The spot opens at a wedding venue where a flower vendor is seen introducing himself to the sister of the bride as "Raj Dilwala"."/>
MakeMyTrip highlights Pay at Checkout feature in new campaign [Mint, New Delhi]
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Amazon.com company, today announced the availability of P2 instances, a new GPU instance type for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud designed for..."/>
AWS Announces Availability of P2 Instances for Amazon EC2
Hofseth Biocare ASA: New Share Capital registered
Coca-Cola Co. will produce, distribute and sell the line of refrigerated Dunkin-branded beverages. Canton-based Dunkin' hopes to grab market share in the $2.3 billion ready-to-drink coffee category that has seen about 8 percent annual growth in the past five years."/>
Coca-Cola will bottle up Dunkin' iced-coffee drinks [Boston Herald]
Facebook, IBM, and Microsoft come together to create a non-profit organization that will work to advance public understanding of AI technologies and formulate best practices on the challenges and opportunities within AI. The organization is named Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society and academics, non-profits, and specialists in..."/>
Google, Facebook, Amazon, IBM and Microsoft partner on AI [Mint, New Delhi]
AutoNation IMAX 3 D Theater. Officials say dual 4 K laser projectors will provide brighter images and more intense colors."/>
New laser technology debuts Friday at IMAX theater in Fort Lauderdale [Sun Sentinel]
Bon-Ton Stores Inc. on Wednesday said it plans to hire 13,000 seasonal associates for its stores for what it hopes will be a busy holiday season."/>
Bon-Ton to hire 13,000 for holiday season [The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)]
Freshpet dog food with your choice of add-ins-- fruits, vegetables, eggs, peanut butter."/>
Doggie drive-thru brings bite with a bark to the Valley [The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)]
Target is getting serious about play. A year after the Minneapolis-based retailer switched from its focus on schools to health and activities, it has committed $40 million to new playgrounds, community gardens, outdoor classrooms and other projects that promote a healthy lifestyle. For the 266 students at Northeast College Prep Charter School in Minneapolis, that means a new playground built with the largesse from Target and the nonprofit KaBOOM!"/>
Target shifts its giving strategy, promotes the power of play [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Toyota Motor Corporation will be exhibiting at the 23rd Intelligent Transportation System World Congress, which will be held from October 10 to 14 in Melbourne, Australia. The primary theme of the Congress this time is, "ITS-Enhancing Liveable Cities and Communities", where the aim is to explore new value-added features and services such as interconnected cars, automated driving technologies, smart cities, and new urban mobility means. Toyota will be..."/>
Toyota to Exhibit on Cooperative ITS at the 23rd ITS World Congress in Melbourne

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