IKEA has installed three Blink electric vehicle charging stations at its Frisco, Texas, store location, marking the tenth IKEA store in the United States to expand the service.
Drivers using the service can simply tap their Blink InCard, plug the charger into the station and shop at IKEA while they wait.
At the moment, installation is under way at seven other IKEA locations, with a current planned total of 55.
Honeywell has unveiled its new Designer Series Cool Moisture Humidifier, which help alleviate dry indoor air conditions in a sleek, decor-friendly format.
The Designer Series runs for up to 48 hours at a time and shuts off automatically when it's empty, making it ideal for use in medium to large rooms.
Using ultrasonic technology, the humidifier creates a fine mist that can be reguated using various moisture controls.
It also features filter-free technology and a contemporary design that fits easily beneath a faucet for refilling.
Lowe's has teamed up with State Farm to help give consumers greater access to its proprietary cloud-based platform, Iris, a DIY safety and security home management system.
Specficially, State Farm will be offering its customers special promotions on the Iris Safe and Secure kit and the Iris Smart Home kit. Some qualifying customers will receive discounts on their home insurance as well.
Iris allows users to monitor and control smoke alarms, water sensors and more using a smart phone, PC or tablet. It also notifies users of possible water leaks or fires.
Two board members have tendered their resignations at China Ceramics Co., Ltd., the company announced Monday.
"I would like to thank Paul Kelly for his leadership and experience in his role as Chairman and appreciate the active engagement of Cheng Davis in her role as a director," said Jiadong Huang, CEO. "We highly value both Paul and Cheng's contributions and believe that our company is stronger for their efforts. We will look to add qualified independent board members to our Board in the period ahead."
After the Australian government blocked a $2.2 billion takeover bid by Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (ADM), GrainCorp's CEO Alison Watkins resigned from her post at the Sydney, Australia-based grain handling company.