Daily Archive: September 14, 2022

Business School Students in High Demand: Nearly 9 in 10 Landed Jobs Prior to Graduation

Survey finds full-time MBA graduates in North America benefit the most from salary bump while Asia Pacific graduates record the biggest increase in rating of the overall value of degrees RESTON, Va., Sept. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Despite market fear of an imminent recession, 86 percent of 2022 business school graduates were employed at […]

Dave and Buster’s to Open 11 Units Across KSA, UAE, and Egypt

Announces international franchise partnership with Abdul Mohsen Al Hokair Holding Group DALLAS, Sept. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Just a few months after announcing its international expansion plans Dave & Buster’s inks its first multi-country, multi-unit deal. “We couldn’t be more pleased and excited to announce our Partnership with Abdul Mohsen Al Hokair Holding Group […]

WillScot Mobile Mini Acquires Assets of Portable Storage Provider in Northern California

PHOENIX, Sept. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Corp. (“WillScot Mobile Mini” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: WSC), a North American leader in modular space and portable storage solutions, today announced it has acquired the dry rental storage fleet of Container Solutions based in Concord, California. The acquisition adds approximately 1,200 portable storage […]

Yoon may meet party leaders after 3-nation trip: official

SEOUL– A meeting between President Yoon Suk-yeol and the leaders of the ruling and main opposition parties may take place after his upcoming visit to Britain, the United States and Canada, a presidential official said...

Yoon moves to appoint prosecutor general, chief of antitrust regulator

SEOUL– President Yoon Suk-yeol asked the National Assembly again on Wednesday to send confirmation hearing reports for the prosecutor general and antitrust regulator chief nominees, signaling his intent to appoint them before he leaves for...

FM has phone conversation with IAEA chief, discusses N. Korean nukes

SEOUL– South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin on Wednesday had a phone conversation with the chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog and discussed pending issues, including North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, Seoul officials said. During the...

S. Korea’s COVID-19 cases jump to over 90,000 after holiday

SEOUL– South Korea’s new COVID-19 cases jumped to over 90,000 on Wednesday after the Chuseok fall harvest holiday that ended early this week amid worries over a spike in the virus infections. The country reported...