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"I’m sick and tired of you guys! Alcacer also scored in the 3-0 win at home to Monaco at the start of the month,The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping could be as significant as the one between former premier Rajiv Gandhi and then leader of China Deng Xiaoping in 1988, a move that poses strategic questions for Washington. "Theyre looking to create new contexts, they say.30, the current state unit chief, But Modi has other achievements up his sleeve whose impact is not visible yet to urban middle classes and column-writing Modi-haters. dating back to 2005.
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At least some Western archaeologists continue to work in Egypt, Stephen Gardner Litigation Director at CSPI explained that food and health-related litigation probably get more media attention because "Americans are increasingly interested in eating [healthy foods]" The problem is that the terms used to identify healthy foods are often inconsistent or vague Citric acid for example can be either natural or artificially produced which means seeing it listed as an ingredient does not tell a consumer very much Gardner explained Kashi Emergen-C and Kelloggs Frosted Mini-Wheats all claimed to be healthier than they actually were Kashi which claims to be all all-natural actually contains artificial ingredients Emergen-C vitamin C supplements effectiveness at preventing or curing the common cold is controversial Kelloggs Frosted Mini-Wheats do not improve childrens attention span To make matters worse information found on packaging is often unreliable These strategies are anti-competitive Gardner argued "If people dont want to buy food with high-fructose corn syrup they shouldnt be tricked into buying it" Additionally if you are a victim of deceptive practices "Youre not getting what you paid for and thats a failure of the marketplace" Gardner said 24/7 Wall St has identified the major government actions and private lawsuits directed at companies on the basis of deceptive practices or false advertising In order to be considered a product had to be involved in some major settlement since the start of last year We excluded incidents that were related to services rather than specific products such as cases of predatory lending MORE: The Most Polluted Cities in America These are nine of the most misleading product claims 1 Sears Bamboo fabric > Parent Company: Sears > Ad changed: yes > Settlement Amount: $475000 Sears Holdings agreed to pay $475000 and remove false advertising from its line of "100% pure bamboo" products which were anything but Sears was the find the most out of several large companies including Amazoncom and Macys that agreed to pay fines totaling nearly $13 million for violating for violating the Textile Products Identification Act last year The FTC charged the companies for labelling clothing products as made of bamboo when they were actually made of rayon While using bamboo to make clothing is arguably "green" rayon a synthetic cellulose fiber is manufactured using toxic chemicals in a process known for its hazardous byproducts the FTC noted These companies had previously received warnings from the FTC in 2010 but did not alter their marketing strategies until last year when the settlement was reached 2 Vibram FiveFinger > Parent Company: Vibram USA > Ad changed: Yes > Settlement Amount: $375 million So-called minimalist running gear has gained popularity in recent years most notably the Vibram FiveFinger shoe a close-fitting mimicry of the bare foot The FiveFinger shoes initial reception was lukewarm The glove-like shoe was simply too weird for many AmericansSince then the market for minimalist shoes has boomed due in part to the success of author Christopher McDougalls best-selling book "Born to Run" which touted the benefits and freedom of barefoot runningWhile the best-selling book did not explicitly endorse FiveFinger shoes Vibram sales soared after the book was released in 2009 However following a recent settlement Vibram has agreed to stop making any claims that its shoes strengthen muscles or prevent injuries and has agreed to refund customers who bought its shoes In its settlement the company noted "Vibram expressly denied and continues to deny any wrongdoing alleged in the Actions and neither admits nor concedes any actual or potential fault wrongdoing or liability" MORE: Americas Most Miserable Cities 3 Kelloggs Frosted Mini-Wheats > Parent Company: Kellogg > Ad changed: Yes > Settlement Amount: $4 million Approximately five years ago Kellogg claimed that "Eating a bowl of Kelloggs Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal for breakfast is clinically shown to improve attentiveness by nearly 20%" While Kellogg did not admit to false advertising it did create a $4 million fund last year to reimburse misled customers who bought the cereal between January 2008 and October 2009 The agreement was part of a settlement in a class-action lawsuit charging Kellogg with false advertising The company settled similar accusations in the past when the FTC charged Kellogg with misleading health claims on its Rice Krispies cereal Cereal boxes at that time claimed the food would boost immunity and provide essential portions of healthy nutrients 4 Snapchat > Parent Company: Snapchat > Ad changed: Yes > Settlement Amount: N/A Snapchat is a smartphone application designed to send disappearing photos or "snaps" to friends The FTC however charged the company for misleading consumers into believing the photos would actually disappear forever when there are actually a number of simple ways to preserve the snaps The FTC also accused the company of misrepresenting the extent to which it collected personal information including geolocation data This is not the first misstep for the company Earlier this year Snapchat leaked the phone numbers and names of millions of users The incident was particularly embarrassing for the company as it dismissed a security warning it received shortly before the leak In January Snapchat finally apologized for the fiasco detailing how it would prevent further abuse of its application 5 Kashi > Parent Company: Kellogg > Ad changed: Yes > Settlement Amount: $5 million Earlier this month Kellogg agreed to stop including terms such as "nothing artificial" and "all natural" on its Kashi brand of products The agreement was part of a $5 million settlement filed at the beginning of May The class action lawsuit accused Kellogg of misleading its customers with claims that its Kashi line of cereal contained "all natural" ingredients The FDA currently has a vague definition of the term "natural" According to the FDA "From a food science perspective it is difficult to define a food product that is natural because the food has probably been processed and is no longer the product of the earth" Kashi cereal contains pyridoxine hydrochloride calcium pantothenate and hexane-processed soy According to The New York Times "such ingredients do occur naturally" but food companies often use synthetic versions of the ingredients Visit 24/7 Wall St to see the remaining claims on the list More from 24/7 Wall St The Happiest Countries in the World Americas Most Common Jobs Contact us at [email protected] United Kingdom announced today the creation of a 120 million network of four “quantum technology hubs”—involving 17 universities and 132 companies—to create new commercially viable technologies based on quantum mechanics Each of the hubs led by the universities of Birmingham Glasgow Oxford and York will focus on different applications of quantum technology “This exciting new Quantum Hubs network will push the boundaries of knowledge and exploit new technologies to the benefit of health care communications and security” said Greg Clark minister for universities science and cities at an event at the University of Birmingham today Although UK research has had a nominally flat budget over the past few years the government has launched a few new initiatives among them a 5-year 270 million National Quantum Technologies Programme announced last year Under this program which includes 190 million in new money the government called for outline proposals for quantum hubs In July these were narrowed down to a short list of eight which were then peer-reviewed “We’re really pleased now to get the money and get started” says one of the winners Tim Spiller of the University of York who heads the new hub focusing on quantum communications The hub’s 24 million in funding will be spent not on bricks-and-mortar but to equip and pay for research at universities and in industry The York-centered hub involves seven other universities and nine companies including Toshiba and British Telecom as well as the National Physical Laboratory Of the four “we’re a relatively compact and tightly focused hub” Spiller says The often bizarre properties of quantum mechanical systems have been studied extensively in the lab for decades but few products have resulted Now countries other than the United Kingdom are investing heavily in turning lab results into marketable systems “The UK has a history of not doing that well” Spiller says “We are going to do something about it” He mentions a recent demonstration by Hewlett-Packard’s laboratories in Bristol UK, for Madonna to go from a small blurb in TIME (“She is 24 and has been hot in the music business for all of six months”; she was actually 26) to the cover of the magazine. The guess here is that she would be very good. and Steven Frenda is Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology at the New School for Social Research at The New School This article was originally published on The Conversation. the researchers experimented with the roasting process.
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