Donovan talks about Coca-Cola launching their "insiders club" subscription service (it's limited), Proctor & Gamble says we're washing dishes the wrong way and they've created a new dish detergent spray to compensate, not the world record holder – a 141 year old fruitcake is a family tradition, lawyers are asking for the body of a former CEO of a cryptocurrenty company in Canada to be dug up because they want to make sure it's him, and 3D printing a neighborhood in a low income area in Mexico.
- Coca-Cola launches $10/month subscription service | Fox Business — Coca-Cola is giving a limited number of fans a sweet taste of 2020 with exclusive access to all-new beverages – some of which haven’t hit the shelves yet.
- Dawn says you’re washing your dishes wrong – CNN — Procter & Gamble (PG) says its old-fashioned liquid detergent, which debuted in 1972, just isn’t cut out for the job anymore, so it invented a new Dawn dish spray designed for how people are washing their dishes today.
- 141-year-old fruitcake is a Michigan family’s heirloom — Some families pass down jewelry, watches or even recipes. But a Michigan family has its own heirloom: a 141-year-old fruitcake.
- Lawyers seek exhumation of founder of cryptocurrency firm – CNN — Lawyers representing users of the collapsed Quadriga CX cryptocurrency exchange platform are requesting that Canadian authorities exhume and examine the body of its late founder, Gerald Cotten, to check if the person buried there is really him.
- The world’s first 3D-printed neighborhood is being built in Mexico for families living on $3 a day – CNN — A giant 3D printer built two houses in an impoverished, rural part of Mexico last week, breaking ground on what will be the first 3D-printed neighborhood in the world.