• Trump Taj Mahal purchased by Hard Rock

    Economia

    Icahn bought it previous year from a separate bankruptcy, but closed it in October amid a strike by its main casino workers' union seeking restoration of employee health insurance and pension benefits that Icahn deemed unaffordable. The sale doesn't include the nearby Trump Plaza casino, which also closed. A sale of the Taj Mahal therefore represents the optimal outcome for us.
  • Anche la Uil contro i voucher, ma "vanno ridimensionati, non eliminati"

    Economia

    Sulla questione è previsto un referendum , su iniziativa della Cgil, ma la maggioranza di governoi tergiversa, probabilemente perché auspica di evitarlo tramite l'introduzione di un correttivo alle norme in vigore. Il Parlamento li può abolire come chiesto da Sinistra Italiana, unica forza politica ad aver presentato una proposta abrogativa, o saranno gli italiani a farlo con il prossimo referendum .
  • Treasury yields rise in US

    Treasury yields rise in US

    Economia

    Instead, investors largely attributed the jump in yields to comments from New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley, who said late Tuesday during an interview with CNN that the case for raising interest rates has strengthening, triggering a sharp jump in the dollar and Treasury yields.
  • Luxottica: fatturato e utile netto record nel 2016. Cedola a 0,92 euro

    Economia

    L'indebitamento netto al 31 dicembre 2016 è stato pari a €1.177 milioni. La generazione di cassa è stata pari a €664 milioni. (Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) - Milano, 01 mar - Utile netto record per il gruppo Luxottica nel 2016 a 851 milioni di euro, in crescita del 5,8% rispetto agli 804 milioni del 2015.
  • US tourism is suffering major losses and analysts are blaming Trump

    US tourism is suffering major losses and analysts are blaming Trump

    Economia

    The rate of decline is huge: 58%. "We noted that searches to the U.S. dropped after the new president came to office, but it seems like this is a longer-term trend", Kayak's Suzanne Perry said. The issue, experts say, is that while the ban is directed towards one group of travelers, it is having an effect on all foreign visitors. Mr Trump's executive order, which halted travel from citizens of seven Muslim-majority nations - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - also appears ...
  • FCA launches consultation paper on IPO process

    Economia

    Under existing rules, the prospectus, which gives in-depth information about the company that plans to list, is only made available late in the initial public offering process. "The IPO process has considerable strengths, but the proposals we have outlined in today's Consultation Paper are created to improve the range, and timeliness of higher quality information that is available to investors during the process, " added Williamson.
  • United Kingdom house prices accelerate, 2017 still seen sluggish - Nationwide

    Economia

    United Kingdom house prices rose more than expected in February, according to Nationwide Building Society, a sign that the market's strength has extended into this year. "The low interest rate environment at home and overseas has also continued to support the flow of cash into other asset classes, including United Kingdom residential property".
  • Trump speech: President finally addresses Kansas shootings, a week after they happened

    Trump speech: President finally addresses Kansas shootings, a week after they happened

    Economia

    After Purinton got thrown out of the bar, he returned, and witness heard him yell " Get out of my country " as he shot the two men. The FBI is now investigating a fatal shooting at an Olathe bar and grill as a hate crime. Purington has been charged with one count of premeditated murder and two counts of premeditated attempted murder, according to the Johnson County District Attorney's Office.
  • Mary Creagh blasts chancellor Philip Hammond for "sexist language"

    Economia

    The chancellor, nicknamed "Spreadsheet Phil", found himself at the centre of a sexism row after he addressed Mary Creagh during Treasury Questions. The word hysteria comes from the Greek for womb. "I think that for today we should leave it there". In response, the Chancellor clarified that he "did not accuse the honourable lady of being hysterical, but I urged her not to be hysterical".