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Miu Miu Launches Croisière 2019 Advertising Campaign

Miu Miu recently launched the Croisiere 2019 advertising campaign.  “A hotel is a point of endless rendezvous and interaction, both a destination and a starting point: a threshold between familiarity and the hitherto undiscovered. Inside a hotel’s ro

Mercedes vows to «go for broke» now that titles are won

The Anglo-German team has already wrapped up its fifth consecutive drivers’ and constructors’ championship double but struggled to get on top of Red Bull and Ferrari in the last three races. Mercedes spent the last few races prioritising its championship

F2 move an option for WEC star Laurent in 2019

Laurent lies third in the WEC LMP1 class with Rebellion Racing, alongside Gustavo Menezes and Mathias Beche, having taken victory in August's Silverstone race following the exclusion of both Toyotas. He has raced in GTs since graduating from karting in 2016,

Ricciardo: My 2014 season changed overtaking in F1

Ricciardo is preparing for his final race with Red Bull as this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix marks his 100th and last grand prix for the team before switching to Renault for 2019. The Australian has marked the moment by reflecting on his most significant mo

Iran & Iraq consider replacing US dollar with local currency in trade

Apart from barter trade, Tehran and Baghdad are mulling the idea of using the Iraqi dinar for mutual transactions to reduce reliance on the US dollar amid banking problems Iran is facing due to US sanctions. Read Full Article at

Children: Mom who died on cruise was nervous about trip

MIAMI (AP) - Two children of a 52-year-old Alabama woman who died on a cruise from Florida to Aruba say she was nervous about taking the trip. Timothy Tenorio told ABC's «Good Morning America» on Tuesday that his mother, Almarosa Tenorio, told hi

‘Fallout 76’ Patch: Massive on Consoles, Aims to Fix Various Issues

Fallout 76’s first major patch has gone live, and it’s a massive file that players with slow internet connections may very well take issue with. The whopping update, which is meant to fix […] The post ‘Fallout 76’ Patch: Massive

‘Extremely Drunk’ Canadian Curling Team Booted Off Ice

An Olympic curling champ’s team was kicked out of a Canadian sporting competition for “unacceptable behavior.” Ryan Fry, who won curling gold for the Great White North at the 2017 Winter Olympics, and […] The post ‘Extremely Drun

Morning Digest: Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams says she'll run for office again after slim 2018 loss

The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ●

Federal judge blocks Trump's asylum ban

A federal judge is once again standing in the way of Donald Trump’s illegal orders—this time his proclamation blocking people who cross the southern border between ports of entry from applying for asylum: «Whatever the scope of the president's aut

Kotak, LT, NBCC, 2 others submit EoI to take over bankrupt Jaypee Infratech

Out of the five companies, LT Infrastructure Development Projects is only interested in 165-km Yamuna Expressway and not for the development of land parcels attached to the expressway belonging to JIL.

MTaI seeks one time increase of 18% in MRP of medical devices

The government had fixed price ceiling for stents and knee implants in 2017 based on landed cost of these devices in India. The rupee depreciation has increased the landed cost by around 14 percent, the industry body said.

Delisting: SEBI allows promoters to make counter offer

The SEBI has put in place a system for price discovery as per reverse book building (RRB) method, along with considering counter offer of promoter.

Cipla faces heat due to lower offtake of HIV drugs in tender market

Cipla’s management in its recent investor call indicated that the global tender business sales could be lower by $100-120m in FY19 led by funding crunch and competition.

Podcast | Digging Deeper - When business got cinematic

Indian films have by and large not told hardcore business-centric stories, but we are getting there.

Ahead of 2022 World Cup, Qatar still has a long way to go

Ahead of 2022 World Cup, Qatar still has a long way to go

Alexi Lalas echoes Christian Pulisic’s frustration with U.S. managerial search

Alexi Lalas and David Mosse agree that the United States has had ample time to find a new coach and should make their decision in the near future.

Volcanoes and glaciers combine as powerful methane producers

Large amounts of the potent greenhouse gas methane are being released from an Icelandic glacier, scientists have discovered. A study of Sólheimajökull glacier, which flows from the active, ice-covered volcano Katla, shows that up to 41 tons of methane is be

The Princess Bride gets the VR treatment - CNET

After a year of prep, actors stage a live version of the cult classic -- in a VR app. Or as Inigo Montoya might say: Prepare to die, virtually.

Mark Hamill admits to not being a fan of The Star Wars Holiday Special - CNET

He stars in it, but he doesn't have to sit through it.

Facebook used for bidding in child bride auction - CNET

The auction sought dowry for a 16-year-old in South Sudan.

Farewell to MotoGP's champion without a crown

Pedrosa made his world championship debut in 2001 in the 125cc class after competing in the Movistar Activa Cup and with Dorna’s consent. After becoming 125cc champion in 2003, and after getting the 250cc title in 2004 and in 2005, Honda gave him the opport

Time for equity investors to cash in their chips – Goldman Sachs

Stock markets have had a great run in recent years, but with cash now offering positive inflation-adjusted returns, it may be wise for investors to dial back on risk, according to investment bank Goldman Sachs. Read Full Article at

Wall Street is leading the attack on Pelosi — Steny Hoyer is the real barrier for progressives

If Nancy Pelosi falls, the likely next speaker would be Rep. Steny Hoyer — a total catastrophe for the left

This is how the light from your phone breaks your internal clock

It’s not just sleep: circadian rhythms influence your metabolism, circulation and psychology, too

Conservative Tom Nichols on leaving the GOP: “The Republican Party is not capable of healing itself”

Author and lifelong conservative offers a midterm warning: “Donald Trump saved the Democrats from themselves”

Cartoon: Notification bloatification

Finally taking a break from politics this week. In the early days of social media, it seemed a notification was a notification. Someone mentioned you or tagged you in a photo, you got pinged, and that was that. Over the past couple years or so, I've noticed b

Air India directs all passenger data to be given to IndiGo#39;s business partner Travelport by December 4

Air India took the decision to shift to a single global distribution system despite strong objections made by three top officials.

Reliance Nippon CPSE ETF to open Nov 20, to raise Rs 8,000 crore

The government will raise Rs 8,000 crore through Reliance Nippon CPSE ETF with a greenshoe option to retain Rs 4,000 to Rs 6,000 crore

Argent, a smart crypto wallet app with a banking look, raises $4M from Euro VCs

One of the biggest problems for the mainstream adoption of crypto is the need for memorizing seed phrases, the inability to get your cryptocurrency back if something goes wrong, the list goes on. Until major issue like this are solved, crypto is going to rema

Schumacher teams up with Vettel in Race of Champions

The elder Schumacher and Vettel teamed up to win the RoC's Nations Cup element for six straight years from 2007-12. «I'm honoured to enter this competition which my father always loved and in which he set the bar very high together with Sebastian,»

Auction Preview: Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of art at Hollywood Art Auction, Marathon, Nov 24

What: Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of artWhere: Hollywood Art Auction, 58446 Morton St., Marathon, FL 33050, United StatesWhen: Nov 24, 10:00 PM GMTTop Lots of the Sale:- «Pair of large amazing Chinese dragon and phoenix plates» - Qing Dyn

Auction Preview: Important Estate Asian Art Collection at Stunning Arts Gallery & Auction, Markham, Nov 24

What: Important Estate Asian Art CollectionWhere: Stunning Arts Gallery & Auction, 8333 Kennedy Road Unit 28-31, Markham, L3R 1J5, CanadaWhen: Nov 24, 11:00 PM GMTPublic Viewing: Nov 22nd - 23rd 11:00 AM - 6: 00 PM (EST)Top Lots of the Sale:- «Water

Auction Preview: Himalayan & Asian Works of Art at Bromley Fine Art, London, Nov 25

What: Himalayan & Asian Works of ArtWhere: Bromley Fine Art, 101 Finsbury Pavement, London, EC2A 1RS, United KingdomWhen: Nov 25, 1:00 PM GMTTop Lots of the Sale:- «A Set of Three Chinese Gilt Bronze Figures of Buddha» - Measured at Height: 5

Swizz Beatz Launches Bally x Shok-1 Capsule Collection

Following on the heels of the successful Ricardo Cavolo x Swizz Bally collection collaboration, the global entrepreneur has tapped London-based Street artist SHOK-1 to create a limited-edition capsule collection featuring the Swizz Beatz’s best-known piece

Prada Introduces the Cahier Handbag Through “The Delivery Man”

Celebrating the new classic Prada Cahier handbag, “The Delivery Man” is a filmic project comprised of a trio of cinematic vignettes, created and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ryan Hope.“The name Cahier is derived from the French for ‘notebook’

Elon Musk Renames SpaceX’s Monster Rocket–Again

When you own four companies and are the 54th-richest person in the world, you can do whatever you want—including change the name of your space-bound rocket. Elon Musk this week announced he is […] The post Elon Musk Renames SpaceX’s Monster Rock

These Ancient Termite Mounds Are As Old As the Egyptian Pyramids. And They're Visible from Space.

Around the same time the ancient Egyptians were building their mighty pyramids, tiny termites were digging through the earth, creating giant mounds in Brazil that still exist today and are so massive, they're visible from space, according to a new study.

MDMA Makes People More Cooperative... But That Doesn't Mean More Trusting

A new study from England suggests that the drug makes people more cooperative, but only with those who are deemed trustworthy.
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