Managed Stories

  • PayPal share soar on good results and increased guidance

    PayPal share soar on good results and increased guidance

  • Google to start charging phone makers for access to European app store

    Google to start charging phone makers for access to European app store

  • The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

    The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

  • Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

    Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

  • Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

    Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

  • Online DNA testing firms are making everyone – not just their customers – identifiable online

    Online DNA testing firms are making everyone – not just their customers – identifiable online

  • How are millennials eating? The demise of American cheese says it all

    How are millennials eating? The demise of American cheese says it all

  • Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

    Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

  • Hexagon AB expands in India, focuses on smart cities and acquisitions

    Hexagon AB expands in India, focuses on smart cities and acquisitions

  • Why Xylem Inc. remains a solid play against the impending water crisis

    Why Xylem Inc. remains a solid play against the impending water crisis

  • Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

    Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

  • Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

    Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

  • Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

    Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

  • The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

    The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

  • GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

    GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

  • Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

    Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

  • As Big Tech faces more controversy, Google finds its voice

    As Big Tech faces more controversy, Google finds its voice

  • Xylem named in top ten of Fortune’s 2018 “Change the World” list

    Xylem named in top ten of Fortune’s 2018 “Change the World” list

  • Alphabet adds its voice to internet regulation debate, appoints new privacy officer

    Alphabet adds its voice to internet regulation debate, appoints new privacy officer

  • PayPal: mobile commerce continues to rise, now accounts for 25% of all online sales

    PayPal: mobile commerce continues to rise, now accounts for 25% of all online sales

  • Samsonite planning 10% price hike in reaction to trade war tariffs

    Samsonite planning 10% price hike in reaction to trade war tariffs

  • Tetra Tech wins $21 million award to improve Prey Lang conservation from USAID

    Tetra Tech wins $21 million award to improve Prey Lang conservation from USAID

  • Alphabet gets into trucking tech

    Alphabet gets into trucking tech

  • Polypipe buys Permavoid in play for urban water challenges market

    Polypipe buys Permavoid in play for urban water challenges market

  • World watches video, discover what it already knows: Silicon Valley liberals don’t like Trump

    World watches video, discover what it already knows: Silicon Valley liberals don’t like Trump

  • U.S. healthcare poised for ‘disruptive’ change in drug pricing

    U.S. healthcare poised for ‘disruptive’ change in drug pricing

  • The population might be growing, but lower fertility rates point to new problems down the line

    The population might be growing, but lower fertility rates point to new problems down the line

  • The race to buy Horlicks is on – and a major new player just got involved

    The race to buy Horlicks is on – and a major new player just got involved

  • Givaudan says complete control of Naturex just around the corner

    Givaudan says complete control of Naturex just around the corner

  • Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch League heats up with 6 new teams

    Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch League heats up with 6 new teams

  • Assa Abloy is taking fire door safety seriously

    Assa Abloy is taking fire door safety seriously

  • Britain: forget Michelin stars – we’re all about the takeaways!

    Britain: forget Michelin stars – we’re all about the takeaways!

  • Google plays hard to get with Congress

    Google plays hard to get with Congress

  • Cognizant expands in EU and US

    Cognizant expands in EU and US

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires Clinical Research Laboratories, expands global cosmetic testing footprint

    Eurofins Scientific acquires Clinical Research Laboratories, expands global cosmetic testing footprint

  • Spotify sweetens student deal with free TV, SVOD offering

    Spotify sweetens student deal with free TV, SVOD offering

  • Samsonite gets sales boost from Tumi and tourism

    Samsonite gets sales boost from Tumi and tourism

  • Trump takes on Big Tech: stop making me look bad!

    Trump takes on Big Tech: stop making me look bad!

  • Google signs deal with four banks to get digital up and ready in India

    Google signs deal with four banks to get digital up and ready in India

  • Xylem Inc. recognised as a world changer

    Xylem Inc. recognised as a world changer

  • Yesterday marked the longest market rally in history!

    Yesterday marked the longest market rally in history!

  • Compass Group’s former CEO made final act of kindness

    Compass Group’s former CEO made final act of kindness

  • Millennial generation prepares to be outnumbered by Generation Z

    Millennial generation prepares to be outnumbered by Generation Z

  • Givaudan is the secret weapon behind H&M’s latest fragrance range

    Givaudan is the secret weapon behind H&M’s latest fragrance range

  • GlaxoSmithKline-owned ViiV Healthcare makes huge HIV breakthrough

    GlaxoSmithKline-owned ViiV Healthcare makes huge HIV breakthrough

  • Amazon’s latest toe-dip into the brick-and-mortar pool: Landmark Theatres?

    Amazon’s latest toe-dip into the brick-and-mortar pool: Landmark Theatres?

  • Domino’s Pizza uses hotspots to “fortress” against unnecessary innovation

    Domino’s Pizza uses hotspots to “fortress” against unnecessary innovation

  • Polypipe shares surge on back of “resilient” first half

    Polypipe shares surge on back of “resilient” first half

  • Chinese entrepreneurs fly to the top on BAT wings

    Chinese entrepreneurs fly to the top on BAT wings

Latest Managed Stories

  • PayPal share soar on good results and increased guidance

    PayPal share soar on good results and increased guidance

    Managed, Monday, 22 October 2018

    Online payments giant PayPal wowed investors at the end of last week with a strong set of quarterly earnings and increased guidance. The company said that it’s making progress in monetizing Venmo, its mobile payment service which is incredibly popular but yet ...
  • Google to start charging phone makers for access to European app store

    Google to start charging phone makers for access to European app store

    Managed, Friday, 19 October 2018

    Silicon Valley giant Alphabet, the parent company of Google, will start charging phone makers for access to its app store in the European Union. The move comes in response to an antitrust order in the bloc that was accompanied by a record-breaking 4.3 billion euro ...
  • The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

    The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

    Managed, Thursday, 18 October 2018

    Guess what? It’s harder than it used to be to buy a used business jet. That might be bad news if you’re a buyer but it’s great for Bombardier, which is set to capitalise on the increasing demand. Bombardier, a Canadian aerospace and transportation ...
  • Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

    Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

    Managed, Thursday, 18 October 2018

    Global Payments, a leading provider of payment technology and software solutions worldwide, has announced that it’s acquiring SICOM Systems. SICOM makes enterprise, cloud-based software-as-a-service-solutions (as well as other tech) for “quick service ...
  • Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

    Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

    Managed, Wednesday, 17 October 2018

    Chr. Hansen, a global bioscience company that “develops natural solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries,” reported strong earnings and announced the acquisition of Austrian-based dairy ingredient supplier ...
  • Online DNA testing firms are making everyone – not just their customers – identifiable online

    Online DNA testing firms are making everyone – not just their customers – identifiable online

    Managed, Tuesday, 16 October 2018

    You may have heard on 23andMe, or Ancestry.com – you may even be one of their many, many, customers. But, if not, here’s what you need to know: these companies, and others like them, are online platforms that offer a DNA-sequencing-by-post service. They ...
  • How are millennials eating? The demise of American cheese says it all

    How are millennials eating? The demise of American cheese says it all

    Managed, Monday, 15 October 2018

    If you’re not American, you might think (quite reasonably) that ‘American cheese’ refers to any cheese that is made in America. You would be wrong. American cheese is a preservative-filled processed product: the little orange squares of ...
  • Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

    Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

    Managed, Monday, 15 October 2018

    According to an intelligence group that tracks online extremism, jihadi terrorists are falling out of love with YouTube. The world’s largest video sharing site, owned by Silicon Valley giant Google, previously came under fire (along with Facebook and others) ...
  • Hexagon AB expands in India, focuses on smart cities and acquisitions

    Hexagon AB expands in India, focuses on smart cities and acquisitions

    Managed, Friday, 12 October 2018

    Geospatial measurement experts Hexagon are pushing into the Indian market. The move follows a slew of reports (previously discussed on this newsfeed) about the rapid expansion predicted in the Indian economy and population. The company said it’s adding a ...
  • Why Xylem Inc. remains a solid play against the impending water crisis

    Why Xylem Inc. remains a solid play against the impending water crisis

    Managed, Thursday, 11 October 2018

    According to the United Nations, water scarcity – not war – is a “rising cause for displacement” in Afghanistan. Given that approximately 1.5 million Afghans (around 4% of the population) have been displaced thus far, this is a crisis on an ...
  • Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

    Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

    Managed, Wednesday, 10 October 2018

    Global scent and flavour maker Givaudan released earnings for the first nine months of the year this week, and they brought a smile to investors’ faces. Strong sales beat forecasts, and Givaudan claimed that it was successfully raising prices to compensate for ...
  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

    Managed, Wednesday, 10 October 2018

    Wolters Kluwer, a market leader in the global information services space, has partnered with Numerated to offer “industry-leading” compliance to banks. The company will combine its own comprehensive library of more-than 20,000 regulatory compliance ...
  • Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

    Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

    Managed, Tuesday, 09 October 2018

    Bombardier, the world’s leading manufacturer of planes and trains, has just been given the go-ahead to debut its biggest private jet ever, the Global 7500 (G7500). This incredible vehicle is 54 foot-long and eight foot-wide, and (usually) seats just 19 ...
  • Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

    Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

    Managed, Tuesday, 09 October 2018

    Global IT services company Cognizant has announced that it’s acquiring digital engineering firm Softvision. The move will see Cognizant add market-leading tools to its increasingly powerful digital engineering portfolio. Softvision is a major player in the ...
  • The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

    The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

    Managed, Monday, 08 October 2018

    The drug development pipeline traditionally begins in the west, then moves into the east. Western pharmaceutical companies typically develop drugs at home, get approval, then make them available in Asia afterwards. But with the continued population growth, ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

    GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

    Managed, Friday, 05 October 2018

    Years ago, pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) decided to stop offering “doctor payments”. Officially completing this structural change in 2016, it meant that the company ceased to offer $85 million in funding a year to doctors for clinical trials ...
  • Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

    Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

    Managed, Thursday, 04 October 2018

    Bioanalytical testing giant, Eurofins Scientific, is pushing to advance its environment testing services in the U.S with the acquisition of TestAmerica Environmental Services LLC from JSTI Group. TestAmerica has a network of 24 full service testing laboratories and ...
  • As Big Tech faces more controversy, Google finds its voice

    As Big Tech faces more controversy, Google finds its voice

    Managed, Monday, 01 October 2018

    Alphabet Inc., the Silicon Valley tech giant that owns Google, has finally found its voice. The company faced criticism recently when it failed to send senior staffers to testify at a senate hearing. Now, CEO Sundar Pichai will appear at another Capitol Hill hearing ...
  • Xylem named in top ten of Fortune’s 2018 “Change the World” list

    Xylem named in top ten of Fortune’s 2018 “Change the World” list

    Managed, Friday, 28 September 2018

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc. has been named as one of the 50 companies making the largest social impact on the world by Fortune Magazine. Fortune’s “Change the World” list is an annual event that honours those companies which have ...
  • Alphabet adds its voice to internet regulation debate, appoints new privacy officer

    Alphabet adds its voice to internet regulation debate, appoints new privacy officer

    Managed, Thursday, 27 September 2018

    Internet giant Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has appointed long-time privacy lawyer Keith Enright as chief privacy officer. That’s a particularly pertinent role given the attention Big Tech has received so far this year, and it comes as the company ...
  • PayPal: mobile commerce continues to rise, now accounts for 25% of all online sales

    PayPal: mobile commerce continues to rise, now accounts for 25% of all online sales

    Managed, Wednesday, 26 September 2018

    Media outlets routinely report on ecommerce as though it was cutting-edge – but in many parts of the world, it’s already evolved into mobile commerce (ecommerce on mobile phones). This evolution supports, and is supported by, the values at the core of ...
  • Samsonite planning 10% price hike in reaction to trade war tariffs

    Samsonite planning 10% price hike in reaction to trade war tariffs

    Managed, Tuesday, 25 September 2018

    Global luggage market leader Samsonite is planning to hike prices by 10% in reaction to the latest trade tariffs imposed by U.S. president Donald Trump. Wholesale buyers were warned about the potential increase over a month ago, when Samsonite’s North American ...
  • Tetra Tech wins $21 million award to improve Prey Lang conservation from USAID

    Tetra Tech wins $21 million award to improve Prey Lang conservation from USAID

    Managed, Tuesday, 25 September 2018

    Consulting and engineering company Tetra Tech has been awarded a $21 million contract by the United States Agency for International Development. The award is for a five-year contract to “improve biodiversity conservation and strengthen sustainable ...
  • Alphabet gets into trucking tech

    Alphabet gets into trucking tech

    Managed, Monday, 24 September 2018

    Google parent Alphabet has joined a list of prominent backers – including Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos – in a trucking technology venture: Convoy. The latest funding round, which saw the Silicon Valley giant add its name to Convoy’s roster of ...
  • Polypipe buys Permavoid in play for urban water challenges market

    Polypipe buys Permavoid in play for urban water challenges market

    Managed, Thursday, 20 September 2018

    Polypipe, one of Europe’s biggest manufacturers of plastic pipe systems, has acquired Permavoid. The smaller company was heavily involved with the recent redevelopment of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium, and Polypipe says that it’s ...
  • World watches video, discover what it already knows: Silicon Valley liberals don’t like Trump

    World watches video, discover what it already knows: Silicon Valley liberals don’t like Trump

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 September 2018

    Last Wednesday, a leaked video of Alphabet executives was published on right wing website Breitbart News. The video, shot shortly after the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, shows top brass like co-founder Sergey Brin, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, chief ...
  • U.S. healthcare poised for ‘disruptive’ change in drug pricing

    U.S. healthcare poised for ‘disruptive’ change in drug pricing

    Managed, Tuesday, 18 September 2018

    Health and human services secretary Alex Azar has told the press that the Trump administration is planning “disruptive” changes to drug pricing that will bring down the costs of medication for patients in the U.S. Azar said he was working on a total ...
  • The population might be growing, but lower fertility rates point to new problems down the line

    The population might be growing, but lower fertility rates point to new problems down the line

    Managed, Monday, 17 September 2018

    It’s common knowledge that the world’s population is growing. According to the United Nations, it will go from 7.6 billion people in 2017 to 11.2 billion by the end of the century. This will lead to a number of challenges, including possible water and ...
  • The race to buy Horlicks is on – and a major new player just got involved

    The race to buy Horlicks is on – and a major new player just got involved

    Managed, Friday, 14 September 2018

    Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is selling its Horlicks brand in India, and there’s no shortage of potential buyers. Over the last few days, another mega-brand may have joined the race: Coca Cola. According to UK newspaper The Sunday Telegraph, ...
  • Givaudan says complete control of Naturex just around the corner

    Givaudan says complete control of Naturex just around the corner

    Managed, Friday, 14 September 2018

    Earlier this month, scent and flavour giant Givaudan announced something it’s been working towards for a significant amount of time: “complete control” of Naturex is within sight. Naturex is a natural ingredient supplier which is key to ...
  • Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch League heats up with 6 new teams

    Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch League heats up with 6 new teams

    Managed, Wednesday, 12 September 2018

    World-leading game designer and publisher Activision Blizzard has announced the addition of six new teams to its Overwatch League. The Overwatch League is one of the world’s major eSport attractions, and the industry is shaping up fast. Earlier this year, ...
  • Assa Abloy is taking fire door safety seriously

    Assa Abloy is taking fire door safety seriously

    Managed, Tuesday, 11 September 2018

    Assa Abloy, a security specialist and the world’s largest lock maker, has just released a whitepaper on fire door safety. The paper is a direct response to Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety in the UK. That ...
  • Britain: forget Michelin stars – we’re all about the takeaways!

    Britain: forget Michelin stars – we’re all about the takeaways!

    Managed, Monday, 10 September 2018

    A recent poll has demonstrated something that many of us may have suspected already: the British people prefer takeaways to eating out at “pretentious” Michelin-starred restaurants. Small portions, long waiting lists, and “fancy” dress codes ...
  • Google plays hard to get with Congress

    Google plays hard to get with Congress

    Managed, Monday, 10 September 2018

    Last Wednesday saw Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey speak at a hearing before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about social media companies and foreign influence in the U.S. Beside them was an empty chair with ...
  • Cognizant expands in EU and US

    Cognizant expands in EU and US

    Managed, Friday, 07 September 2018

    Tech consultancy Cognizant has recently announced the opening of two major new delivery centres, one in Latvia, and the other in Riga. The European location is described as a way to provide “back-office consultancy and managed services support” to ...
  • Eurofins Scientific acquires Clinical Research Laboratories, expands global cosmetic testing footprint

    Eurofins Scientific acquires Clinical Research Laboratories, expands global cosmetic testing footprint

    Managed, Friday, 07 September 2018

    Eurofins Scientific, a market-leading bioanalytic testing laboratory group with a global footprint, has recently expanded its specialisation in cosmetic testing with a North American acquisition. The company has purchased Clinical Research Laboratories (CRL), a ...
  • Spotify sweetens student deal with free TV, SVOD offering

    Spotify sweetens student deal with free TV, SVOD offering

    Managed, Tuesday, 04 September 2018

    How does this sound for a deal: a subscription to market-leading music streaming service Spotify, a subscription to Streaming Video On Demand (SVOD) service Hulu, and a subscription to popular network Showtime – all for just $5 per month! That’s the deal ...
  • Samsonite gets sales boost from Tumi and tourism

    Samsonite gets sales boost from Tumi and tourism

    Managed, Monday, 03 September 2018

    Samsonite said that net sales rose in the first six months of 2018, propelled higher by high demand for its Tumi brand, and a thriving tourism sector. The company – which is the world’s largest luggage firm – said that positive trading conditions ...
  • Trump takes on Big Tech: stop making me look bad!

    Trump takes on Big Tech: stop making me look bad!

    Managed, Thursday, 30 August 2018

    Well, another day another unbelievable Twitter meltdown. No, not Elon Musk’s insistence that he didn’t cry in an interview (“there were no tears!” – the New York Times disagrees), nor his doubling down on accusations that the British ...
  • Google signs deal with four banks to get digital up and ready in India

    Google signs deal with four banks to get digital up and ready in India

    Managed, Wednesday, 29 August 2018

    India is a $1 trillion digital finance market in waiting – so it’s no surprise that Silicon Valley heavyweight Google has entered the fray. The company is known for its eponymous search engine, but it has always had its fingers in many pies. Today, ...
  • Xylem Inc. recognised as a world changer

    Xylem Inc. recognised as a world changer

    /managed-news-feed-articles, Friday, 24 August 2018

    Every year, Fortune Magazine releases a list of the 50 companies that are having the most significant social impact through their “core business strategy.” This year’s 2018 Change The World list features a worthy new addition: global water ...
  • Yesterday marked the longest market rally in history!

    Yesterday marked the longest market rally in history!

    Managed, Thursday, 23 August 2018

    Well, it’s finally official: as of yesterday, the current market rally is the longest in history. Well, sort of. Depending how you measure it. Still, popular opinion on the Street is that the current S&P 500 rally that started in March 2009 is, as of ...
  • Compass Group’s former CEO made final act of kindness

    Compass Group’s former CEO made final act of kindness

    Managed, Thursday, 23 August 2018

    2018 started in the worst possible way for the world’s largest catering firm, Compass Group, when its popular and respected CEO, Richard Cousins, died in a plane crash with his sons. It was utterly unexpected – a life cut tragically short, at 58 – ...
  • Millennial generation prepares to be outnumbered by Generation Z

    Millennial generation prepares to be outnumbered by Generation Z

    Managed, Wednesday, 22 August 2018

    In 2019, Gen Z will finally overtake the Millennial Generation as the most populous cohort on Earth. The younger group, which is comprised of anyone born in-or-after 2001, will begin coming of age next year, with its oldest members finally in a position to vote, ...
  • Givaudan is the secret weapon behind H&M’s latest fragrance range

    Givaudan is the secret weapon behind H&M’s latest fragrance range

    Managed, Tuesday, 21 August 2018

    Givaudan is the Swiss flavour and fragrance giant behind most of the everyday products that we take for granted: soaps, foods, and more. But the company’s latest innovations are decidedly upmarket: a range of 25 “brand new” scents created for, and ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline-owned ViiV Healthcare makes huge HIV breakthrough

    GlaxoSmithKline-owned ViiV Healthcare makes huge HIV breakthrough

    Managed, Monday, 20 August 2018

    There was a time when a HIV diagnosis was seen as a death sentence. Thanks to a slew of medical breakthroughs over the last 30 years, that’s no longer the case – and now, thanks to a new breakthrough, the once-deadly virus may be easier to suppress than ...
  • Amazon’s latest toe-dip into the brick-and-mortar pool: Landmark Theatres?

    Amazon’s latest toe-dip into the brick-and-mortar pool: Landmark Theatres?

    Ecommerce, Friday, 17 August 2018

    Ecommerce giant Amazon has made no secret about its desire to branch out and add to its empire. Some of that branching out has already taken place in the physical world of brick-and-mortar retail (Whole Foods, for example – the health-focused grocery chain it ...
  • Domino’s Pizza uses hotspots to “fortress” against unnecessary innovation

    Domino’s Pizza uses hotspots to “fortress” against unnecessary innovation

    Managed, Friday, 17 August 2018

    Domino’s Pizza, the world’s leading pizza delivery service and a stalwart champion of the fast-food industry, is often regarded as an exemplary innovator. But new CEO Richard Allison recently said something that many people might find surprising: ...
  • Polypipe shares surge on back of “resilient” first half

    Polypipe shares surge on back of “resilient” first half

    Managed, Wednesday, 15 August 2018

    Polypipe, a manufacturer of plastic piping and ventilation systems for the residential, commercial, civil, and infrastructure sectors, posted its first half results for the year this week. Those results clearly demonstrate an underlying business that the group ...
  • Chinese entrepreneurs fly to the top on BAT wings

    Chinese entrepreneurs fly to the top on BAT wings

    Managed, Thursday, 09 August 2018

    A line from forgettable 90s’ superhero flick Batman Forever just became relevant to Chinese startups: “Riddle me this, riddle me that, who’s afraid of the big bad BAT.” Uttered by the villainous Riddler (ably played by Jim Carrey) the quote ...