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  • Cadillac names Johan de Nysschen president

    Johan de NysschenJuly 14, 2014, Detroit, Mich., USA - General Motors (GM) announced the appointment of Johan de Nysschen as president of Cadillac.
  • Aer Lingus Group appoints Bernard Bot as CFO

    Bernard BotJuly 11, 2014, Dublin, Ireland - Aer Lingus Group plc announced the appointments of Bernard Bot as its chief financial officer and Federico Balzola as its chief people and change officer (CPCO).
  • CFO Alan Stewart to leave Marks and Spencer Group

    Alan StewartJuly 11, 2014, London, United Kingdom - Marks and Spencer Group plc (M&S) announced the departure of Alan Stewart, chief finance officer, who has stepped down from board and will leave M&S on a date and on terms to be agreed.

Politics ...

Iran, Philippines to expand bilateral ties
Monday 14 July 2014 10:10 CEST
Iran PhilippinesIranian Ambassador to Manila Ali-Asqar Mohammadi and Chairman of the Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry Alfredo Yao in a meeting in Manila underlined the need for the further expansion of bilateral relations.

Business ...

UAE to fine firms for delays with e-labour cards
Monday 14 July 2014 09:03 CEST
UAEThe UAE's ministry of labour will issue hefty fines on firms that delay applying for electronic employment contracts and labour cards, WAMagency reported.

Companies ...

Lufthansa sees full Air China joint venture not before 2016
Monday 14 July 2014 09:34 CEST
LufthansaIt could take until 2016 before Lufthansa's joint venture with Air China is fully up and running due to the time needed for anti-trust approval, the German airline's chief executive said.

Earnings ...

Barracuda Networks Q1 total revenue increased 18%
Monday 14 July 2014 09:55 CEST
Barracuda NetworksBarracuda Networks, Inc. announced results for its first quarter of fiscal 2015, which ended May 31, 2014. Gross billings grew 17% to $87.6 million, up from $74.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2014, and up 7% on a sequential basis.

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Ashleigh Brilliant"Sometimes the most urgent thing you can possibly do is take a complete rest."

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Travel ...

Postcard from Brum, the heart of England
Sunday 6 July 2014 00:01 CEST
BirminghamThis British city has no royal history, numerous palaces, fortresses and attractions like London Eye. But, if something wasn't developed, produced or innovated there, most probably wasn't innovated anywhere else in the world. Say hello to Birmingham, known as "the first manufacturing town in the world".

Gadgets ...

Nokia X2, proof that Microsoft doesn't believe in Windows Phone
Sunday 29 June 2014 00:01 CEST
Orbit ChandelierNokia, read: Microsoft, presented X2, a budget mobile phone based on Android operating system which is trying to prove many point but is successful in just one: It shows that Microsoft doesn't believe in its own operating system.

Design ...

Royal elegance inspired by nature
Sunday 13 July 2014 00:01 CEST
Rex Ceramiche ArtisticheRex Ceramiche Artistiche, one of the best manufacturers of glazed porcelain tiles in Italy, epitomizes elegance and beauty of natural and precious materials: from leather and wood, to marble and stone.

Highlighted

Wanda to invest $900 million in Chicago
Friday 11 July 2014 12:54 CEST
Wanda ChicagoThe Wanda Group said it would invest US$900 million in the United States' second largest city Chicago, to build the city's third tallest building.

Health ...

Atlas misalignment
Saturday 5 July 2014 00:01 CEST
Atlas misalignmentAtlas subluxation is a condition that can be solved with a simple slight pressure and with that procedure dozens of health conditions can be improved. Dozens. If you think that's too good to be true, you are right: It is not true. And it is dangerous.

Meantime ...

Climate change may bring more kidney stones
Friday 11 July 2014 09:43 CEST
Kidney stonesAs daily temperatures increase, so does the number of patients seeking treatment for kidney stones. A research team found a link between hot days and kidney stones in 60,000 patients in several U.S. cities with varying climates.



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