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Economia

On Monday, former president Bill Clinton belatedly announced plans to tighten the ethical safeguards for the Clinton Foundation, the family charity, to eliminate "legitimate concerns about potential conflicts of interest". Teneo Holdings , the consulting company launched by Kelly after he left the State Department, later employed a number of Clinton associates, including Abedin, who still held her position at the State Department while working for the firm.
  • Monza, chiusa nel garage e minacciata perché irregolare: arrestato l'ex

    Economia

    I militari sono intervenuti liberando la ragazza e arrestando l'uomo che è stato trasferito nel carcere di Monza. Un mese dopo la separazione però la giovane ha iniziato a subire una serie di vessazioni da parte dell'ex, che, non essendosi rassegnato, ha iniziato a perseguitarla con pedinamenti, continui messaggi sul telefono e scenate di gelosia.
  • Wesfarmers profit plunges 83 pct after coal, Target writedowns

    Wesfarmers profit plunges 83 pct after coal, Target writedowns

    Economia

    Although a disappointing overall result, the performance of the Coles Food and Liquor business was a positive for Wesfarmers, with managing director Richard Goyder highlighting an "important milestone" in the Coles Liquor transformation. Officeworks was another strong performer, with EBIT rising 13.6 per cent to $134 million on sales growth of 8 per cent. The conglomerate has warned market conditions in the mining sector are expected to remain challenging in the near term, while competition ...
  • Day 11: Chimney Fire grows to 37101 acres, 35 percent contained

    Day 11: Chimney Fire grows to 37101 acres, 35 percent contained

    Economia

    Fire officials briefed residents at an evacuation center Sunday morning at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds where about 15 residents remained. A wildfire in central California that destroyed 47 structures and forced the closure of the famed Hearst Castle has chased more people from their homes.
  • Ex-BHS boss Dominic Chappell loses licence over speeding

    Ex-BHS boss Dominic Chappell loses licence over speeding

    Economia

    Chappell, of Winterborne Clenston, Dorset, was clocked driving at 63.9mph in a 40mph zone in his £75,000 Range Rover in Andover, Hants., in April. After being pulled over, he told police: "This will cost me £25,000". 'Clearly if he is not able to do that the whole process is going to be more hard and drawn out and take longer. He added: "Because of the exceptional nature of what he's doing and who he is trying to assist in the resolution of this very unfortunate and public mess that has ...
  • Oil prices fall as analysts say market still oversupplied

    Oil prices fall as analysts say market still oversupplied

    Economia

    Brent crude settled up 80 cents, or 1.6%, at $49.96 a barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude rose 69 cents, or 1.5%, to close at $48.10 yesterday. Oil prices had posted weekly gains for three straight weeks (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/brent-oil-hovers-above-50-on-signs-of-a-tighter-market-2016-08-19) on expectations that OPEC will agree to freeze production.
  • Russian planes' flights from Iranian base not suspended

    Economia

    Iran's parliament has pushed back against the military dismissing its oversight following Russian Federation using an Iranian air base to launch airstrikes on Syria. But while Britain withdrew, Russian Federation refused to leave, sparking the first worldwide rebuke by the nascent United Nations Security Council in 1946.
  • Justin Trudeau rules out burkini ban in Canada

    Economia

    Trudeau said Canadians should rise above the controversy. Some policymakers in Quebec province of Canada had requested for the ban after 15 towns in France's southeast banned burkinis, but Trudeau dismissed the ministers' call. While speaking to media, the Liberal Party leader addressed the controversy swirling in France over a burkini ban and said, "We should be past tolerance in Canada".
  • South African police summon finance minister Gordhan

    South African police summon finance minister Gordhan

    Economia

    The rand fell almost three percent after the story was published and was two percent weaker by 1629 GMT. As a widely respected finance minister from 2009 to 2014, he was later moved into the cooperative governance portfolio. The Sunday Times newspaper reported in May that Gordhan may face dismissal and arrest on espionage charges for setting up the South African Revenue Service's National Research Group to spy on politicians including President Jacob Zuma, 74.
  • Feds to purchase 11 million pounds of surplus cheese

    Feds to purchase 11 million pounds of surplus cheese

    Economia

    It provides financial assistance to some dairy farmers. "We understand that the nation's dairy producers are experiencing challenges due to market conditions and that food banks continue to see strong demand for assistance", Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said .
  • Los Angeles proclama il 24 agosto Giornata di Kobe Bryant

    Los Angeles proclama il 24 agosto Giornata di Kobe Bryant

    Economia

    Stando infatti a quanto riportato dal Wall Street Journal , ripreso poi dall'agenzia Radiocor Plus de Il Sole 24 Ore: Bryant ha deciso di entrare in società con l'imprenditore Jeff Stibel per costituire il fondo Bryant Stibel . Bryant e Stibel, spiega il quotidiano, hanno gia' investito insieme in una quindicina di azienda dal 2013 a oggi, ma hanno deciso di formalizzare la loro collaborazione e la nascita del fondo soltanto dopo il ritiro del campione.