They either don't eat breakfast at all, or eat it somewhere other than home. Inconvenience wasn't the only reason cited by the Times for the declining cereal market. I'll be outside dreaming up fun cereal creations like you've never seen before, all with the help of @kelloggsus! It goes on to suggest that marketers are still searching for ways to capture the attention of the elusive millennials, who couldn't be bothered to wash out a bowl of lukewarm milk and Shreddies bits.
It forecast that 4,1 million barrels a day (mb/d) would be added to global oil supply between 2015 and 2021, down sharply from the total growth of 11 mb/d in the period 2009-2015. Production of shale oil is expected to drop by 600,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year and a further 200,000 bpd in 2017, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Thousands of train fans lined tracks and bridges as the venerable steam locomotive made its way up the East Coast Main Line. Imagine waiting for a train and two come along at once. After retirement, the Flying Scotsman went on various publicity tours and even traveled to the United States. This legend of the railway's past is back in steam again after benefiting from a £4.2 million restoration programme.
Crashing oil prices and weak economic growth are the main drivers of the market mayhem. But she acknowledged that financial conditions have become less supportive of growth, "with declines in broad measures of equity prices, higher borrowing rates for riskier borrowers, and a further appreciation of the dollar ".
Calhoun said regardless of CSU's current struggles, they still plan to have summer school and continue to enroll students for the fall semester. As a result, layoff notices have been sent to all faculty, staff and administrators. "Our university will remain open, even if we have to remain so in a paired down and different configuration", Calhoun said. In another cost-cutting move this week, Chicago State announced it had canceled next month's spring break and would hold classes to help ...
Rubio is seeking to rally the party behind him to halt Trump's upstart candidacy, while Cruz maintains that he is the only true conservative in the race willing to stand up to Washington interests, including within his own party. Maybe it was the polls showing him losing his home state of Florida, and the knowledge that a home loss at the hands of Donald Trump would doom his campaign and his party.