Economia

The Research Industry Council of Australia (RICA) has announced it will challenge the federal government's recent decision to abolish 457 visas. 'That's just shifting deck chairs on the proverbial sinking ship'. A second four-year visa will require a high standard of English language and a criminal check. The government has released a list of 216 occupations which will be removed from visa eligibility, these include: public relations manager, web developer, multimedia designer, media ...
  • Taking a Look at the Data Behind Newfield Exploration Company (NFX)

    Taking a Look at the Data Behind Newfield Exploration Company (NFX)

    Economia

    Bank of America Corp upgraded shares of Occidental Petroleum from a "neutral" rating to a "buy" rating in a report on Wednesday, March 15th. Analysts are foreseeing that share price have a tendency of high forecast of $67 and some analysts are projecting the lower share price expectation of $39.
  • Lady Gaga, Prince William talk about mental health

    Economia

    The value of mental health nurses in supporting and listening to patients should be acknowledged more widely, the leader of a nursing charity has indicated. Mental health charities are flatly thrilled. The Campaign Against Living Miserably, or CALM, said research shows that men particularly have trouble telling others when they feel depressed.
  • US 'Mother of All Bombs' Owes Origins to Specialized Anti-Nazi Weapons

    Economia

    The U.S. military headquarters in Kabul said the bomb was dropped at about 7:30 p.m. local time Thursday on a tunnel complex in Nangarhar province, where the Afghan affiliate of the Islamic State group has been operating. Afghan forces were at the tunnel complex assessing the damage, he added. United States and Afghan forces had been unable to advance because ISIS - which has expanded into Afghanistan in recent years - had mined the area with explosives.
  • That 'Armada' Heading To North Korea? Actually, It Sailed South

    Economia

    The latest known location of the USS Carl Vinson was earlier reported by the USA military news outlet Defense News . United States media said on Tuesday, citing defense officials, that communication misfires fanned the incorrect statements that the warships were heading toward North Korea .
  • Barcellona - Juventus la sfida decisiva

    Economia

    Perché poi, tutti insieme, ci sarà da spingere. "Dobbiamo fare un passo alla volta", ha dichiarato il tecnico bianconero. La Juventus torna a tuffarsi nella magica atmosfera della Champions League . Io credo solo che la Juve domani sarà all'altezza della partita che andrà a giocare. Il modulo sarà quindi il 4-2-3-1 ormai collaudato, con Gonzalo Higuain al centro dell'attacco.
  • Bill O'Reilly's statement following his firing from Fox News

    Economia

    Bill O'Reilly has lost his job at Fox News Channel following reports that five women had been paid millions of dollars to keep quiet about harassment allegations. Yet the allegations against O'Reilly fit into an uncomfortable narrative for the cable news network. When it announced Ailes' departure last summer, 21st Century Fox said that it would "continue our commitment to maintaining a work environment based on trust and respect".
  • Emirates Airlines throws major shades at United Airlines

    Emirates Airlines throws major shades at United Airlines

    Economia

    The passengers can take their compensation in cash, travel credits or miles , United's Megan McCarthy told the AP. When Dao repeatedly refused to leave his seat, employees called in security personnel from the city's Aviation Department, who dragged him off the aircraft.
  • United Air Won't Fire Anyone Over Dragging Debacle, CEO Says

    Economia

    As one woman also said, "When the police come, you do what they say". Munoz said an internal investigation set to wrap up by the end of the month could yield more policy changes for the airline, which faced a barrage of criticism after video showing the removal of the passenger David Dao went viral on social media.
  • Australian economy to boom as unemployment drops, International Monetary Fund

    Australian economy to boom as unemployment drops, International Monetary Fund

    Economia

    Maurice Obstfeld, economic counsellor for the IMF, said: "Mainly in advanced economies, several factors-lower growth since the 2010-11 recovery from the global financial crisis, even slower growth of median incomes, and structural labour market disruptions-have generated political support for zero-sum policy approaches that could undermine worldwide trading relationships, along with multilateral cooperation more generally".