Listen: Mastercard, David Yarborough And Nike discussed on 24 Hour News
"Fifty years the company joins brands like Nike apple and target that rely on an image. And now the name in most marketing materials, the move also points to the changing nature of exchanging currency MasterCard, which was one of the original major credit card companies has attempted to rebrand itself in recent years as a technology company in the global payments industry. Mastercard says eighty percent of people recognize the MasterCard logo. Even when its name isn't present. Growers in Mainz troubled wild blueberry industry, had another bad year university of Maine horticulture, professor David Yarborough says main farmers collected about fifty seven million pounds of the wild fruit in two thousand eighteen down nearly eleven million pounds from the previous year. He says prices also don't appear to have improved to significantly from recent years in which they lagged below history levels, but your borough and some members of the industry also believe there's reason for optimism accents inventory has held back blueberry praises in recent years. And your burrow says it's likely to start changing in two thousand nineteen because of two straight years of modest harvest sizes. Dump the wall and shutdown. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute. With no breakthrough inside President Trump will argue tomorrow night in the TV speech, the crisis at the US Mexico border requires the wall, he's demanding before ending the partial government shutdown. This passenger at the Atlanta airport agrees."