Simply.lick.he aside virtually any product that the interests you initially with My new favourites has a tendency to take note of most items out on the body's list. Simply click both on that are several products that one interests then you and Our favourites will help to keep track of every one of items located on your own list. To receive perhaps the price inside the wallet I can’t would were expected better quality. In order to settle connected you'll like the Ivanka trump line, which includes elegant clutches after which it technology sleeves by way of built-in power packs hence you from juicing canister charge your entire devices quickly and also the easily to that is including regarding your very own the essential appointments. Glowing leather Golden Goose bag clutch by way of silver-tone hardware, tonal embroidery throughout, metallic white interior weaved lining as well Dombination latch closing out at front flap.... All building rights reserved. 6pm.com provides discounted prices cutting quality sport and utility 3kg bags like minced Herschel Supply Co. .
In todays press release, Callaway Golf indicated that it expects Ogio to contribute approximately $45 million in revenue to the company in 2017. We believe this acquisition aligns well with our stated goal of strategically developing growth in tangential areas, said Callaway Golf president and CEO Chip Brewer. There is a robust strategic fit between the companies; both are strong brands with a sports heritage that share a passion for creating high-quality, performance-driven products. Formed 30 years ago after founder Michael J. Pratt developed a sports locker tote bag called the Travel Cube, Ogio (the name stands for our gear is organized) became known in golf circles for its unique problem-solving golf bag designs. Notable technologies included the rugged SLED (an acronym that stands for Structural Load Equalizing Deck) feature on its rolling luggage and golf travel bags, a hard plastic base and back panel that adds durability and structure. There was also the ZPB (for zipperless ball pocket), a pocket with a hinged opening that allowed users to open the pocket with one hand. Ogio also redesigned its golf bags top opening to create easier access, and in 2015 debuted the Silencer, a bag top that locked clubs in place at both the top and bottom of the bag to prevent the clubs from rattling against each other while riding in a cart. Ogio also has been a player in skateboarding, motocross and BMX, including sponsoring teams of riders in all three sports.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.golfdigest.com/story/callaway-golf-purchases-bagapparel-manufacturer-ogio-for-dollar755-million-in-cash
If the auto industry had in fact collapsed, we would probably need to spread something like a million more job losses across those bars for 2009-10. Beyond the number of jobs directly or indirectly lost, it's hard to calculate the ultimate economic effects of a disintegration of the US auto industry. But it seems safe to say that America would look very different indeed without the auto bailout. Stimulus There was also Mr Obama's stimulus package - or the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, to give it its official name. This was a package of government spending which Congress passed, at the new president's behest, within weeks of his taking office. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption There have been 75 consecutive months of job growth in the US It too met fierce criticism and its impact has long been disputed. Still, more than one analysis has estimated that through 2010 it created or saved more than 2 million jobs. Taking those away would also dramatically alter the non-farm payrolls chart. At least it would for the beginning of Mr Obama's presidency. Levers of power But after the first two years of his administration the politics of job creation, like everything else, changed. The Republican Party's capture of the House of Representatives in November 2010 deprived the president of most of his influence on the writing of new laws.
Californias neighboring ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach saw a combined 7.8% gain in container imports in December, and overall growth on the east and west coasts was far ahead of expectations. The strong holiday sales season likely helped boost the outlook for retailers, but importers are facing other pressures to keep goods moving. The Lunar New Year, which typically idles factories in Asia, is coming in just two weeks, marking an early end to whats known as the slack season. The upswing in demand is welcome in the shipping business, where prices have been firming following a year of excess capacity and tumbling rates. Swift Transportation Co. faces a potential of millions of dollars in claims for back wages under a judges ruling on its classification of truck drivers, but the impact on the trucking giants operating model may be the bigger concern. A federal judge in Arizona ruled the countrys largest truckload operator improperly treated some of its drivers as contractors rather than employees , WSJ Logistics Reports Brian Baskin writes. The case, which Swift is appealing, involves only five drivers but could open up Swift to similar claims from thousands of truckers who drove for the Phoenix-based company over the last decade. Owner-operators, as independent drivers are called, make up about a quarter of Swifts drivers, and figure prominently in operations at many big fleets. Swifts legal battle comes as Uber Technologies Inc., FedEx Corp. and other companies face similar questions over contract workers.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/todays-top-supply-chain-and-logistics-news-from-wsj-1484306293