Molson Coors to retire MillerCoors name, combine business units, refocus products and eliminate 400-500 jobs

Welp, Peter Frost let us know today that Molson Coors is shaking up its business. First off, the company’s changing its name to Molson Coors Beverage Co., as it wants to shed that MillerCoors partnership venture vibe and get into non-traditional beer products. The company is also consolidating from four to two business units in an attempt to streamline operations. Its U.S. business (MillerCoors), Latin America business and Molson Coors Canada will now form one North American business unit, and the company will fold its Molson Coors International group into Molson Coors Europe. The name MillerCoors shall no longer be used, so it is decreed. Molson Coors will also close its Denver office and make Chicago its North American commercial headquarters. The big MC also expects to cut between 400 and 500 salaried positions in this entire process, primarily in North America and from Molson Coors International, so there will be some beer professionals out there looking for new jobs. [Molson Coors President and CEO Gavin] Hattersley, who took over as CEO for a retiring Mark Hunter in late September, said the company has made “encouraging” progress in evolving the company to meet rapidly cha...

Regardless of your personal style, I’m willing to bet you’ll get plenty of use out of

Regardless of your personal style, I’m willing to bet you’ll get plenty of use out of the best quality women’s T-shirts. Whether you prefer crewnecks, V-necks, or ones made for exercise, there are a wealth of fits and styles out there to accommodate any need. The most important feature to consider when choosing the ideal tee is the fabric, as that’ll help you quickly determine whether you’re dealing with superior or subpar quality. For reference, the best T-shirt fabrics are typically cotton, polyester, and rayon. Cotton is great for everyday wear and will provide you with a breathable, lightweight feel. Polyester and rayon, on the other hand, are smooth, moisture-wicking fabrics that are less prone to wrinkles and make solid workout choices. Lastly, as a bonus — especially if you’re after a bit of stretch! — keep your eyes peeled for spandex. To help inform your search, I’ve put together a list of Amazon’s best quality women’s T-shirts. My picks feature a variety of fabrics, fits, and styles — and they’re sure to freshen up your wardrobe. Keep reading to find the one for you (whether it’s for work or workouts), then ta...

Description: This line of products has two new models: 40T and 50T. Both are outfitted with

Description: This line of products has two new models: 40T and 50T. Both are outfitted with brazed-plate evaporators and microchannel condensers, allowing for efficient heat transfer to reduce the total cost of ownership. The QTC3 scroll compressors include two independent circuits for partial redundancy. The product capacity ranges from 40 to 230 tons and includes full-load and part-load efficiencies that meet or exceed ASHRAE standards. The unit uses R-410A. It contains native BAS communications, including BACnet®, Modbus, and N2. Made-to-order options include variable-speed drive condenser fans to further enhance part-load efficiency and sound, and integral pump packages that offer a single purchase, shipment, and install solution. Want more HVAC industry news and information? Join The NEWS on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn today! Sponsored Content is a special paid section where industry companies provide high quality, objective, non-commercial content around topics of interest to the ACHR News audience. All Sponsored Content is supplied by the advertising company. Interested in participating in our Sponsored Content section? Contact your local rep. You want to grow your b...

Ultratransparent and stretchable graphene electrodes

Two-dimensional materials, such as graphene, are attractive for both conventional semiconductor applications and nascent applications in flexible electronics. However, the high tensile strength of graphene results in fracturing at low strain, making it challenging to take advantage of its extraordinary electronic properties in stretchable electronics. To enable excellent strain-dependent performance of transparent graphene conductors, we created graphene nanoscrolls in between stacked graphene layers, referred to as multilayer graphene/graphene scrolls (MGGs). Under strain, some scrolls bridged the fragmented domains of graphene to maintain a percolating network that enabled excellent conductivity at high strains. Trilayer MGGs supported on elastomers retained 65% of their original conductance at 100% strain, which is perpendicular to the direction of current flow, whereas trilayer films of graphene without nanoscrolls retained only 25% of their starting conductance. A stretchable all-carbon transistor fabricated using MGGs as electrodes exhibited a transmittance of >90% and retained 60% of its original current output at 120% strain (parallel to the direction of charge transp...

I tried the ‘Split-Ender Pro’ to fix my ends: Here’s what happened

At TODAY we take care to recommend items we hope you’ll enjoy! Just so you know, TODAY may get a small share of the revenue.Using interviews with specialists, online reviews and personal experience, TODAY editors, writers and experts take care to recommend items we really like and hope you’ll enjoy! TODAY does have affiliate relationships with various online retailers. So, while every product is independently selected, if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the revenue. We’re willing to singe them away with a burning candle or snip them with a makeshift vacuum — you do remember the Flowbee, right? There may be a better option. The Split-Ender Pro 2 is an at-home tool that’ll trim as little as 1/4 of an inch, so that your layered ‘do lives on without a costly and time-consuming haircut. If the idea of cutting your hair at home sounds too scary to try, fret not; that’s why I’m here! As someone who cannot stand getting my hair trimmed, I’m the target market for such a tool and willing to test out anything that will save me a trip to the salon. Ask my hubby, who recently had an intervention when he caught me cutting my...

It’s easy to see why some products gain a massive following pretty quickly — things like

It’s easy to see why some products gain a massive following pretty quickly — things like wireless headphones, extra-comfortable sneakers, or plush travel pillows come to mind. But what about those other, lesser-known items? I’m talking about the absolute weirdest things on Amazon. Things like underarm sweat pads or detoxifying salt blocks. What makes these products rack up such enormous fan bases? When you think about it, most of it comes down to basic utility — the products actually work. Sure, they’re a little quirky, but they do their job and they often solve tricky, infrequently discussed problems. For example, how your cereal gets soggy halfway through breakfast. Why not have a bowl that separates the milk and funnels your breakfast through a slide on the side? Or how about the little gap between the fridge and the cupboard that’s so hard to clean? Why not use a small, bendable brush that fits perfectly into small crevices? It’s no wonder these problem-solving items have so many fans. To salute these oddball products, I’ve rounded up the a list of the best weird but genius products on Amazon that have a massive fanbase. Take a look to fin...

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Late last year, McLean Hospital in Boston reached a settlement agreement with the Massachusetts attorney general to implement new security programs following a 2015 data breach that exposed the health information of more than 1,500 people. As part of the settlement, McLean agreed to pay $75,000, but also to encrypt personal and health information on portable devices, create an inventory of those devices, maintain a written information security program, and require employees to take mandatory trainings on data security. The McLean settlement was just one example of recent attempts to tighten information and network security at hospitals and medical centers around the world following a spate of cyberattacks and breaches targeting the health sector. Through measures like the ones McLean agreed to implement, hospitals can make their networks more robust and thereby better protect—and treat—their patients, or so the thinking goes. Now a new study suggests that those kinds of measures may have exactly the opposite effect. As more and more objects in our daily lives become connected to the internet, from cars to pacemakers, there’s been a lot of focus in recent years on whether cyberat...

Allegion UK Releases Brio 286DL Locking Handle | Security News

Allegion UK, a pioneer in safety and security, has added the 286DL locking handle to its established range of Brio dual point locks for exterior folding applications. It is ideal for both residential and commercial facilities, joining other Brio accessories for the 286 dual point lock used on Weatherfold 4s and 5c. Designed to ‘suite’ with Brio 288 lever furniture, the 286DL locking handle has been specifically design engineered to secure timber and aluminum folding panels. The single action handle is a stylish alternative to two flush bolts. The product also enables the doors to fold flat. The intelligent security-conscious design of the 286DL is discreetly hidden inside the aluminum stile or edge of a timber panel with minimal machining and quick fixing points thanks to the patented hinge blocks. A variety of keepers allow for neat dressing and accurate alignment of the throw and panel, which improves the performance of perimeter weather seals. This new addition allows joinery manufacturers to offer a lock and handle for access doors that can be used with a cylinder of choice. The new locking handle is stylish and secure  – the perfect accompaniment for our folding door system...

The RM850 offers solid performance at a reasonable price, but only consider it if the street

The RM850 offers solid performance at a reasonable price, but only consider it if the street price is significantly lower than the RM850x. Corsair’s line of RMx power supplies are renowned for their compact dimensions and quiet operation, but not their low prices. With an MSRP of $119.99 (£109.99), the new Corsair RM850 promises similar performance and acoustics to the more-expensive RM850x, but at a more affordable price point. However, to cut costs, Corsair has used lower-quality capacitors and a lesser cooling fan. These compromises result in a PSU that’s not quite as quiet as its big brother, but could be a good choice if the street price is significantly lower. Corsair’s new RM (without the “x”) line consists of three members with capacities ranging from 650W to 850W. All of them are more affordable versions of the corresponding RMx models, which we expect to be updated in the near future to be fully compatible with the latest ATX specification. The RM units mostly use Chinese Elite caps, which are of decent quality, instead of the superior Japanese Nichicon and Chemi Cons and employ Hong Hua rifle bearing fans instead of Corsair’s more-p...

Print Your Own Heat Shrink Labels For Factory-Chic Wire Naming

Heat shrink tubing is great for insulating wires. Labeling wires in a bundle is always useful, too. [Voltlog] has a cheap Brother label printer and discovered he can buy knock off label cassettes for a lot less from China. However, he also found something else: cassettes with heat shrink tubing in them made for the same kind of printer. Could he use the heat shrink cassettes to make neat wire labels? In his first video the answer was sort of, but not really. However, he later had a breakthrough and made a second video explaining how to do it. You can see both videos, below. At first, the printer didn’t even want to recognize the cassette. It seems like Brother doesn’t want you using exotic tapes with cheap printers. No worry, this isn’t sophisticated DRM, just a sense hole that you need to cover with tape. This discovery was made using the extremely scientific trick of covering all the holes that were not on a regular cassette. With the holes covered up, the printer worked, but the print came out mirrored. To understand why, you have to understand how the normal labels work. In the cassette, the label material has no paper backing which is separate in a different part of the car...

Precious Metals: Skin Loves Gold, Silver and Copper

Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that the author cannot provide individual medical advice. Also, if you have a customer service question, email customer service at customerservice@skininc.com Get the Skinny! This is just part of the article. Want the complete story, plus a host of other cutting-edge articles to make your job easier? Login or sign up! There is little as valuable to the individual as a precious piece of jewelry. Whether in gold, silver, platinum, bronze or copper, that locket from dad, or your wedding ring, I.D. bracelet or class ring often holds higher sentimental value than it could ever confer intrinsically. While these personal effects impart emotional wellness to their owners, the metals from which they are built can impart skin benefits—when formulated into products. This article discusses gold, silver and copper in skin care, and highlights which skin care manufacturers use them and how. Pardon the pun but gold, especially in nanoparticle form, has a “wealth” of pharmaceutical and medical uses. That’s why it’s used to signify first place and is one of the most expensive choices for jewelry. Gold nanoparticles can deliver other materials, making them ...

AMSTERDAM — Honda has brought forward a goal to only sell battery-powered and hybrid cars in

AMSTERDAM — Honda has brought forward a goal to only sell battery-powered and hybrid cars in Europe by three years to 2022. Honda is axing its diesel cars in Europe as it adds full-electric and hybrid powertrains in a green technology push. Honda had said it intended to move 100 percent of its European sales to electrified powertrains by 2025. “By 2022 we are confident we can have the full range electrified and actually deliver something quite extraordinary,” Honda Europe senior vice president Tom Gardner said. Gardner made the announcement on Wednesday in Amsterdam, where Honda was presenting its latest Jazz small car for the European market. The new Jazz and a crossover variant, the Crosstar, will be sold in Europe only as hybrids using Honda’s dual-motor hybrid powertrain technology. “We see a big change happening in Europe and today we are announcing our response to that,” Gardner said. “We can also feel the fact that the market around us is expanding. Obviously the legislation around the environment is getting clearer as well. It is the track we are on in terms of the development of the new fully electrified line up,” he said...

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