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Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd on Friday became the first Indian company to announce its internal carbon price of $10 per tonne of carbon emissions. The move is in line with its business commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% over the next three years. Carbon pricing is an internationally recognized business tool that enables companies to create resources which are invested in low-carbon technologies which help reduce future emissions and..."/>
Mahindra announces internal carbon price of $10 per tonne of emissions [Mint, New Delhi]
Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd and the current IPL rights holder Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd also purchased the tender documents, said..."/>
Reliance Jio joins Amazon, media firms in weighing bid for IPL digital rights [Mint, New Delhi]
Home Depot and Lowe's plan to open at 7 a.m. Saturday as customers look for equipment needed to fix homes, dispose of fallen trees and put their properties back together after the storm."/>
Stores, restaurants plan to reopen Saturday with rush from customers [Orlando Sentinel]
Ruby Tuesday ended its presence in Colorado Springs in recent weeks when it closed its location at 5820 Stetson Hills Blvd., part of the Ridgeview Marketplace shopping center on the city's northeast side. Ruby Tuesday confirmed Friday that the Stetson Hills Boulevard restaurant was one of 95 underperforming, corporate-owned locations around the country that the chain announced in August would close. Over the last several years, Ruby Tuesday, a casual..."/>
Last Ruby Tuesday restaurant in Colorado Springs shuts its doors [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]
Comcast will impose a ceiling on internet usage by its Oregon customers in November, limiting them to 1 terabyte a month. That's a very high threshold, equivalent to the capacity of a typical PC's entire hard drive or 200 high-definition movies. Comcast says its median monthly data usage is 75 gigabytes, one-thirteenth of the new threshold, and fewer than 1 percent of its customers will hit the new data cap."/>
Comcast's data cap comes to Oregon next month [The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.]
Starbucks. Now the pueblo-owned corporation developing the land across from the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is about to go big again. With the Albuquerque City Council's approval last month of an updated development plan, the corporation expects to continue with what could ultimately be $95 million more worth of work on the 46- acre tract along 12th Street between Menaul and Indian School."/>
Pueblo corp. going big on 12th Street development [Albuquerque Journal, N.M.]

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