US President Barack Obama will meet in India with a delegation of US business leaders including Boeing Co's Jim McNerney, Honeywell's David Cote and GE's Jeffrey Immelt, the White House said. After a splendid opening ceremony Dordarshan has now hiked the advertising rates by upto 160%. And looking at the viewership ratings that the Common Wealth Games is seeing, more and more advertisers want to cash in on the games extravaganza. Indra Nooyi sees great growth but sees hurdles for India Sep 23, 2010 at 13:32 Source: Reuters PepsiCo Inc Chairman and Chief Executive Indra Nooyi has a clear message for her homeland of India improve your infrastructure, work force and sanitation, attract more foreign investment, and develop faster. Not selling stake in Tamilnad Mercantile Bk: Ramesh Vangal Sep 14, 2010 at 21:29 Source: CNBC TV18 Quashing media reports of his decision to exit the Nadar community run Tamilnad Mercantile Bank, former Pepsico India head and current chairman of Katra Holdings, Ramesh Vangal told CNBC TV18 that he had no intention of selling his stake in the bank. Thirsty for growth: PepsiCo India unveils gameplan Jul 05, 2010 at 21:46 Source: CNBC TV18 Just over 20 years after its entry into India, PepsiCo has dislodged Nestl as the number one food and beverage company in the country. In an interview with CNBC TV18, Sanjeev Chadha, Chairman CEO of PepsiCo India said the company has seen powerful momentum in 2010 on foods as well as on the beverage business. 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This is a company earning 100% more per share than 2003 ($2.77) and selling at 2003's high, 20% off the 2004 ($3.51) highs, and 8% below last year's ($4.49) average. After turning in $5.27 a share to close 2006 it's no wonder the executives are a little frustrated with the stock price. The Nike+ line (with IPod connectivity) was released July 13th and I'm hoping for a weak start to bring the price in a little more (it takes a long time to cross train salespeople and work the bugs out) but I will buy the Oct $80 call options (currently $1.55) on any sign of strength. Air Jordan 3 Black History Month Black Metallic Gold,Your shoes will surely bring you to just any place you wish to go. Most of the time, your shoes are your great buddies in at least a thousand steps in a day. However, if your shoes do not fit perfectly, your feet will surely suffer. Though they can still continue to bring you to wherever you wish to go, they tend to be not the perfect buddies your feet can have anymore. 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They have a stretching machine that applies heat and pressure to the shoes to get better stretching results. This works not only for the shoe length but for toe raise and instep stretching as well. Try different home based ways. There are several things that you can do at home to stretch your shoes without buying any kind of stretcher or chemicals. For instance, you can grab two sealed plastic bags filled with water. Place these bags in the shoes. Just make sure that the bags very well fit the shape of your shoes. Then, place your shoes with the bags filled with water in it inside a freezer for about a week. As the water freezes, it expands. This allows the shoes to expand as well. Then, take the shoes out and wear it just after thawing them for about an hour. If the size is not yet enough, you can repeat this process until the needed length or width is achieved. You can also try other means such as using a blow dryer and pairs of socks to expand the size of your shoes. Now, there is no more point in making your feet suffer by letting it fit into shoes that do not perfectly fit. With the possibility of stretching your shoes for a better fit, you can always look forward going into places with your shoes no matter how many miles away the destination is.
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Air Jordan 3 Black History Month Black Metallic Gold SALT LAKE CITY If chicks do indeed dig the long ball, as the classic '90s Nike commercial yep, the one featuring Atlanta's Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine so wonderfully states, then Spring Mobile Ballpark was the place to be on Monday night. And interspersed among the Triple A sluggers, which included Salt Lake's own Jeff Baisley, two of Utah's finest high school players were on full display. Bonneville's Sam Hall and Spanish Fork's Kayden Porter had each qualified for a spot in the derby after finishing 1 2 in a recent high school home run contest. Hall struggled, failing to connect on a home run until he had nine of his 10 allotted outs in the first round. The 6 foot 5, 250 pound senior to be from Spanish Fork High led off the derby with four home runs in the first round. His fourth homer was a moon shot that flew over the 474 foot sign on the snack shack that sits on the concourse beyond the left field wall. Word is, the ball is still rolling down Main Street somewhere between 1300 South and Harrison Avenue. The four home runs were enough to propel Porter into the second round. "I was really nervous because I didn't really know what to expect," Porter said. "Coming out with four home runs, I didn't know if that would get it done with these Triple A guys. But I'm glad I got the chance to get in." As it turns out, Porter was just warming up. He smacked nine homers in the second round to reach the final pairing, where he would face Stefan Gartrell of the Gwinnett Braves. With two outs to go in round two, Iowa's Bryan LaHair, who leads the PCL with 24 home runs, ran out and replaced the high schooler's metal bat with a traditional wooden bat, much to the delight of the crowd. Porter smoked a line drive that fell a few feet shy of the warning track on the first pitch, then hit a grounder for his tenth and final out. "I play in wood bat leagues during the summer and fall, so I'm used to hitting with them," Porter said. "I was hoping that one of the guys would throw me a wood bat again [in the final round] because I didn't bring my own wood bats with me. That didn't happen, though, so maybe next time." Gartrell led off the final round with seven homers to put the pressure on Porter. Porter fell short of the title with only five final round homers, though he did manage to send the crowd into a final frenzy. His first home run in the final round sailed over the batter's eye in center, a 40 foot high tarp looming beyond the 420 foot sign on the wall. It was, by far, the longest home run of the night. "That was impressive," Gartrell said. "I've heard stories about stuff he's done and I can see it. He's got a lot of pop and he's going to be a great college player and probably a great professional player. I just met the kid and I'm already proud of him." Though he didn't win, Porter said the experience is one he'll never forget. "That was by far the loudest baseball experience I've had in my entire life," Porter said. "I don't know how many people were here tonight, but in my head it felt like there were a million people in the crowd screaming for me the entire time. It was really exciting."
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