Formerly richly valued growth companies -- especially those that haven't yet put much priority on reaching profitability -- have been absolutely clobbered. Every business has its issues, but those with solid foundations should be able to roll with the punches and emerge in better shape in the wake of the economic disruption they've endured this year. Three Fool.com contributors think MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI), Embracer Group (OTC: THQQ.F), and RH (NYSE: RH) would be smart buys before 2022 comes to an end.
Nadhim Zahawi has accused unions of playing into Vladimir Putin's hands as a wave of strikes are planned for December.
Early flurries and snow showers up north will break into some sunshine
Spicy harissa paste from Tunisia, Morocco's raï music and Kalela dance from Zambia were selected on Thursday to join Unesco's intangible cultural heritage list. The United Nations' cultural agency met in the Moroccan capital of Rabat on Thursday to examine proposals for its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, which aims to protect cultural traditions, practices and knowledge.There was no debate over whether to include Tunisia's harissa – a paste made with sun-dried hot peppers, spices and oliv
A recent study by The Nielsen Company showed that 46% of American adults (106 million people) have at least some interest in sports betting. Currently there are 35 states that have legalized sports gambling. In the eyes of the IRS, gambling winnings are taxable income.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Australia’s World Cup adventure came to an end against a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina. A 2-1 loss at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium matched its best-ever performance at soccer’s biggest tournament by reaching the round of 16 for only the second time in its history. EXPECTATION VS. PERFORMANCE Drawn in Group D with defending champion France and Euro 2020 semifinalists Denmark, the Socceroos had a tough task just to reach the round of 16. A 4-1 loss to France in its opening game w
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Guy Pearce plays a British author with a troubled past holed up in the US in Andrew Hunt’s convoluted tale
The final production from outgoing artistic director Tom Morris draws fresh weirdness from ETA Hoffmann’s source story
It took Foroogh Mohammadi a while to get used to the Newfoundland weather. Five years ago she traded the hot temperatures of Iran for cool and blustery St. John's "I got used to it because the warmth of the people and the culture and and everything in the city warm our hearts," she said. Mohammadi, along with her husband Pouya Morshedi, are doing their PhDs in sociology at Memorial University. They came for an education, but now it's home. "I love St. John's and as I said, I love the people. So
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He might be best known as a guitarist in John Fogerty’s band or as the writer behind a Kansas City Chiefs’ touchdown song. Coming soon: his twist on the holidays.
Throughout much of the year, your Medicare plan selections are set in stone except under special circumstances. Medicare's open enrollment period began on Oct. 15, 2022. This means that Medicare members only have three days left after today to make any of the following four changes.
Cody Gakpo says he will make a decision on his future after the World Cup amid interest from Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Oliver Yellop’s East Berlin drama, half of a double bill, captures the claustrophobia of digging under the Wall, but never quite breaks free
The International Finance Forum (IFF) presented the IFF Global Green Finance Award during its global annual meeting on Dec. 3, as the organization continues to promote green finance and recognize institutions that have made significant efforts in sustainable development worldwide.
Arsene Wenger, FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development, believes Germany’s “political demonstrations” at the World Cup contributed to the nation’s surprise group-stage exit. The former Arsenal manager was speaking in Doha, alongside Jurgen Klinsmann, and was asked about the shock results seen in Qatar thus far, with Belgium and Uruguay joining Germany in an early exit while the likes of Australia and Japan advanced. Ahead of their first game, Germany’s players covered their mouths during the team photo and wore warm-up tops with rainbow-coloured sleeve stripes in protest over Fifa’s ban on the One Love armband.
USA TODAY columnist Rex Huppke talks about how the Insult-A-Columnist Food Drive got started.
Troops have been training to cover as firefighters and ambulance crews in the event of industrial action.
Business leaders fear Rishi Sunak is failing to grasp severity of situation and impact on economy