Facebook Buys British Aerospace Company, Opel Leaves China, Taco Bell Sells Breakfast Foods

- March 28, 2014 12:24 PM
Categories: Afternoon Coffee, China, Diversity, Procurement, Technology | Tags:

Facebook bought a British aerospace company named Ascenta to investigate the use of drones and the idea of beaming the Internet to parts of the world that remain without it.

Carmaker Opel withdraws from China to focus on building a new model and a Buick for its parent company, General Motors.

Taco Bell officially began selling breakfast foods as of 7 a.m. Thursday morning and promoted the move with a commercial featuring over 20 men named Ronald McDonald endorsing the products.

Apple plans to diversify the Emoji application for the iPhone as it deems the current set of emoticons isn’t representative enough of their users.

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