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LaCroix Is Being Sued Over Its Ingredients. But Are They Actually Bad for You?
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Audits and criminal referrals are down since Congress cut the agency’s budget and management changed priorities
After 10 years covering the Middle East, PBS correspondent Jane Ferguson talks about what Americans don’t get
A climate denier is on the verge of election in Brazil as an anti-regulation Supreme Court justice takes his seat
xTrump is golfing today, per pool report. Really am a bit surprised by this. He's petrified of getting tarred as uncaring about a Hurricane. And yet has spent the past few days at campaign rallies, with Kanye, and now this.— Sam Stein (@samstein) October 14, 2018 The WaPo had a series of excellent stories yesterday and today. It all fits with the idea of a House victory and blue wave (the Senate is another story). Michael Scherer and Robert Costa/WaPo: In Trump country, Republican candidates this year fall flat A number of Republicans running for governor or senator in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, including several who hitched their wagon to Trump’s political movement, are behind in polls by double digits, a remarkable turnabout in swing states that were key to the president’s 2016 victory. Scott Clement and Dan Balz/WaPo: Voters say they are more likely to cast ballots in this year’s midterm elections Enthusiasm is up across almost all demographic groups, but the increases are greater among younger adults, nonwhite voters and those who say they favor Democrats for the House.
The product is a generic version of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries#39; Westcort Cream in the same strength, it added.
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Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Kreditech operates in India, Poland, Russia and Spain
Archaeologists in China have uncovered the tomb of a 900-year-old «Grand Lady,» along with various artifacts, such as the remains of a model house.
Truphone — a UK startup that provides global mobile voice and data services by way of an eSIM model for phones, tablets and IoT devices — said that it has raised another £18 million ($23.7 million) in funding; additionally securing £36 million ($47 million) more “on a conditional basis” to expand its business after signing […]
Entrepreneur First (EF), the London-HQ’d company builder that invests in individuals “pre-team, pre-idea” to enable them to found new startups, is scaling up rapidly, as it promised to so. Already running programs in Paris, Berlin, London, Singapore, and Hong Kong, the so-called talent-first investor is setting up shop in Bangalore, India. Although referred to as […]
If you’re as serious about saving money as you are about startups, it’s time to handeln sie — take action! TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2018 takes place on 29-30 November, and you definitely want to attend this conference at the best possible price. That means you need to buy your pass now before the price increase goes […]
Penta, the German fintech startup that offers a digital bank account targeting SMEs, has raised €7 million in Series A funding. Backing the company once again is Inception Capital, with total funding now at €10 million since Penta was founded in May 2016. Launched in Germany in December, and powered by Banking-as-a-Platform solarisBank (rather than […]
Stride.VC, the new VC fund from Fred Destin, formerly a partner at Accel, and Harry Stebbings, producer of the “The Twenty Minute VC” podcast and ex-Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Atomico, is being officially unveiled today, confirming most of the details of my earlier report. The fund has closed at just over its £50 million target and will […]
This article contains spoilers for “The Ghost Monument,” episode two of Doctor Who season 11. Now that the introductions are through, Team TARDIS is really beginning to gel. Picking up right where the […] The post ‘Doctor Who’ Episode 2: Team TARDIS Unites for Old-Fashioned Alien Romp appeared first on Geek.com.
What: DesignWhere: Heritage Auctions, 3500 Maple Avenue, 17th Floor Dallas, Texas 75219When: October 21, 11.00 AM CTTop lots of the sale:- Jean-Michel Frank (French, 1895 - 1941): Pair of Rare Armchairs, circa 1939, Comte S.R.L. Painted iron, leather, 35 x 23-1/2 x 28 inches (88.9 x 59.7 x 71.1 cm). Together with a certificate of authenticity from the Comite Jean-Michel Frank, Paris. Estimate: $ 90,000 - $ 120,000- Jean-Michel Frank (French, 1895 - 1941): Rare Bench, circa 1939, Comte S.R.L. Painted iron, leather, 35-3/4 x 46 x 27-1/2 inches (90.8 x 116.8 x 69.9 cm). Together with a certificate of authenticity from the Comite Jean-Michel Frank, Paris. Estimate: $ 80,000 - $ 120,000- Jean-Michel Frank (French, 1895-1941): Pair of Tabourets, circa 1939, Comte S.R.L. Gilt-iron, fabric, 20 x 20 x 15 inches (50.8 x 50.8 x 38.1 cm). Together with a certificate of authenticity from the Comite Jean-Michel Frank, Paris. Estimate: $ 40,000 - $ 60,000- Comte (Argentinian): Pair of Elephant Lounge Chairs, 1940s, Comte S.R.L., Argentina. Oak, cowhide, 28 x 35 x 42-1/2 inches (71.1 x 88.9 x 108.0 cm) (each). Applied metal manufacturer plaques to underside frames. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 30,000.- Piero Fornasetti (Italian, 1913 - 1988): Architettura Trumeau Bar, designed 1951, produced 1998, Atelier Fornasetti. Screenprint on lacquered wood, enameled steel, brass, 86 x 31-1/2 x 16-1/4 inches (218.4 x 80.0 x 41.3 cm) (overall). Inscribed and dated to lower case: Fornasetti, Milano, No. 1 di 3/98. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 30,000- Ingrid Donat (Swedish/French, born 1957): Bureau aux Caryatides et Scarifications, 2002. 3 from an edition of 8 plus 4 APs, Patinated bronze, parchment, 30-1/2 x 61 x 30-1/2 inches (77.5 x 154.9 x 77.5 cm). Impressed to leg: (artist's cipher), 3/8/ Landowski/ Fondeau/ 2002. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 40,000- Mattia Bonetti (Swiss, born 1952): Strata Cabinet, 2004, Editions David Gill. P1 from an edition of 8 + 2P + 2AP, Stainless steel, 66 x 31 x 18 inches (167.6 x 78.7 x 45.7 cm). Two metal manufacturer's labels to reverse of left door, one that reads MB/ P1 and the other reads David Gill/ London. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 30,000- Jean Dunand (French, 1877 - 1942): Two Figures, Six-Panel Screen, circa 1928. Lacquered wood, 57-3/4 x 99 x 7/8 inches (146.7 x 251.5 x 2.2 cm). Signed Jean Dunand to bottom left corner of left-most panel. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 30,000- Elizabeth Garouste (French, born 1946) and Mattia Bonetti (Swiss, born 1952): Ring Table, 1999. From an edition of 30 + 2P + 2AP, Polished stainless steel, glass. 11-1/2 x 54 inches (29.2 x 137.2 cm). Feet stamped David Gill, London; BG. Estimate: $ 20,000 - $ 30,000For details, visit: https://www.ha.com/Click on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
What: Automotive CollectionWhere: Leclere Maison De Ventes, Room 14-15 - Drouot-Richelieu, 9, rue Drouot 75009 ParisWhen: October 21; 03.00 pmTop lots of the sale:- Ferrari BB 512i 1984, Brand: Ferrari. Model: BB 512i, Body: berlinette 2 seats, Engine: central, 12 cylinders flat, Displacement: 4 943 cm3, Power: 340 hp, Maximum speed: 300 km / h, Production: 1007 copies. Estimate: 180,000 € - 200,000 € ($ 207,927 – $ 231,031)- Aston Martin DB2 / 4 1955, Brand: Aston Martin, Model: DB2 / 4, Body: coupe, 2 + 2 seats, Engine: front, 6 cylinders in line, Cylinder capacity: 2,580 cm3, Power: 125 hp, Maximum speed: 195 km / h, Production: 141 copies. Estimate: 170,000 € - 190,000 € ($ 196,376 - $ 219,479)- Porsche 356 A 1600 Cabriolet Reutter 1959, Brand: Porsche, Model: 356 A, Body: Cabriolet, Engine: Cabriolet, 2 seats, Engine capacity: 1,582 cc, Power: 60 hp, Maximum speed: 175 km / h, Production: 3,367 units. Estimate: 160,000 € - 180,000 € ($ 184,824 - $ 207,927)- Lamborghini Diablo 1991. Brand: Lamborghini, Model: Diablo, Body: coupe 2 seats. Engine: central, 12 cylinders in V Engine displacement: 5 707 cm3. Power: 492 hp. Maximum speed: 320 km / h. Production: 3,000 copies. Estimate: 160,000 € - 180,000 € ($ 184,824 - $ 207,927)- Citroen DS 21 cabriolet 1967 and: Citroen. Model: DS 21. Body: Cabriolet, 4 seats, Engine: front, 4 cylinders in line, Cylinder capacity: 2 175 cm3. Power: 100 hp, Maximum speed: 175 km / h. Productions: 1,365 units. Estimate: 140,000 € - 180,000 € ($ 161,721 - $ 207,927)- Jaguar XK 150 3.4 S Roadster. Brand: Jaguar. Model: XK 150 S.Body: roadster, 2 seats. Engine: front, 6 cylinders in line .Displacement: 3 442 cm³. Power: 250 hp. Maximum speed: 219 km / h. Production: 9,382 units (XK 150 and 150 S). Estimate: 140,000 € - 160,000 € ($ 161,721 - $ 184,824)- Jaguar Type E V12 roadster 1974. Brand: Jaguar. Model: Type E V12 body: roadster. Engine: front, 12 cylinders V Cylinder capacity: 5,343 liters cm3. Pwer: 276 hp. Maximum speed: 240 km / h. Production: 7,990 units.l. ileage: km Serial number: Estimate: 95,000 € - 125,000 € ($ 109,739 - $ 144,394)- Mercedes-Benz 190 SL 1960. Brand: Mercedes-Benz. Model: 190 SL. Body: Cabriolet. Engine: front, 4 cylinders. Engine capacity: 1,897 cc. Power: 105 hp. Maximum speed: 175 km / h. Production: 25,881 units. Estimate: 95,000 € - 125,000 € ($ 109,739 - $ 144,394)- Volkswagen Porsche 914-6 1971. Brand: Volkswagen-Porsche. Model: 914-6. Body: Coupe «Targa», 2 seats. Engine: Central, 6 cylinders flat (Porsche). Engine capacity: 2 195 cm3. Power: 110 hp. Maximum speed: 200 km / h. Productions: 3,351 copies from 1970 to 1971. Estimate: 90,000 € - 115,000 € ($ 103,963 - $ 132,842)For details, visit: http://www.leclere-mdv.com/index.jsp?setLng=frClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) - The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum is opening this week in Kentucky. The museum said in a news release its $15 million building in downtown Owensboro will celebrate with three days of music, Thursday through Saturday. Hall of Fame members performing Thursday include Bobby ...
GLEN JEAN, W.Va. (AP) - People interested in climbing at New River Gorge National River and Gauley River National Recreation Area in West Virginia can learn more at a public meeting this month. The National Park Service says in a news release it will discuss the climbing management plan, provide ...
Magen H Gallery presents the first retrospective of Boris Anastassievitch’s oeuvre in the United States, from November 1, through December 21, 2018.The exhibition features more than 40 works spanning the full breadth of his career. Anastassievitch’s dynamic steel sculptures are juxtaposed with a selection of his monotypes and drawings along with a publication overviewing his career.Born in Isere, France, Boris Anastassievitch devoted himself to drawing and clay modeling from a very early age. He graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and presented his works for the first time at Galerie Roger, Lyon in 1946. With the critical acclaim it received, the exhibition, which was originally intended to last one week, lasted a month.“Following this milestone, Boris became acquainted with Ossip Zadkine in 1947 and began tirelessly experimenting in his studio as his student at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere. Encouraging his students to experiment with materials such as wood, plaster, stone, and terracotta, Zadkine taught his students to interpret sculpture for their pure form and to shift focus away from Naturalism. Through this discipline, Boris discovered a new relationship between plane and space and eventually liberated himself to pursue his own artistic path,” the gallery writes.After moving to Belgrade with his wife, Boris’ works shifted from Cubist influences to expressing the physical properties of materials and the way the forms interact with light and space. “Unlike his earlier work, which was inspired by figures and everyday life made from terracotta and stone, his later works embodied curved planes of metal and transparent Altuglas, which appeared to design the void and occupy space in a poetic and balanced way. With light passing through and bouncing off the material, the ellipsoidal form no longer had a back or a front, but became an endless extension of the space. Boris invited the viewer to not only appreciate the form itself but to also consider space as material in harmony with the sculpture,” the gallery says.This retrospective at Magen H Gallery will present Boris’ masterful combination of light, space, and form. The exhibition will focus on the interplay between sculpture and space, bringing out the inherent versatility of form in Boris’ oeuvre that transcends material boundaries.The exhibition will be on view from November 1, through December 21, 2018, at Magen H Gallery, 54 East 11th Street, NY 10003For more information, visit: http://www.magenxxcentury.com/Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/ Founder: Louise Blouin
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