Taylor Blvd shooting victim identified
Taylor Blvd shooting victim identified
PARIS, February 02, 2023--Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris:AI) and TotalEnergies announce their decision to create an equally owned joint venture to develop a network of hydrogen stations, geared towards heavy duty vehicles on major European road corridors. This initiative will help facilitate access to hydrogen, enabling the development of its use for goods transportation and further strengthening the hydrogen sector.
PARIS, February 02, 2023--Regulatory News: The Pierre & Vacances - Center Parcs (Paris:VAC) group (the "Group") is hosting its 2023 Capital Markets Day in Paris today.
Many of the papers mention the Toffees’ transfer day woes after they reportedly tried and failed to sign 14 players in total.
Santander on Thursday said its 2022 net profit rose 18% to a record 9.6 billion euros ($10.6 billion) on higher lending, though results were overshadowed in the fourth quarter as provisions more than doubled on economic uncertainty. The euro zone's second-biggest lender by market value posted net profit in the October to December period of 2.29 billion euros, up around 1% from a year before and above the 2.07 billion euros forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll. Net profit in 2022 - which exceeded the 9.39 billion euros expected by analysts - was boosted by higher interest rates and revenues, the addition of 7 million new clients to its global customer base, and a solid performance at its Corporate and Investment Bank unit.
STORY: It marked the end of an era when the first-ever "jumbo jet" ruled the skies for the jumbo jet known as the "Queen of the Skies," the 747 was the world's first twin-aisle jetliner, which Boeing designed and built in 28 months and Pan Am introduced in 1970.David Layland made the hours long trip from Vancouver, British Columbia, early this morning to see the freshly-built plane leave Boeing's plant one last time."The 747 is such an amazing airplane, and to see the last one with all the people that were here was a really next experience." said Layland.Boeing's Everett, Washington, facility has been the 747's production site since the plane's conception. Built in 1967 to produce the mammoth jet, it remains the world's largest manufacturing plant according to Boeing.But after five decades, customer demand for the 747 eroded as Boeing and Airbus developed more fuel efficient two-engine widebody planes. When Boeing confirmed in July 2020 that it would end 747 production, it was already only producing at a rate of half an aircraft a month.Boeing delivered five 747s in 2022, while in 1990, the peak delivery year of the bestselling 747-400 version, Boeing delivered 70 747s.As different sections of the last 747 – the wings or fuselage structures, for example – were complete, the production line "just slowly started to shut down," a Boeing official recently told Reuters.While Boeing also builds the 767 and 777 in Everett, the company has yet to decide which program will permanently take over the 747 production bay, which is currently being used for 787 inventory and 777X work, Smith said.Boeing will remain tied to the 747 through the aftermarket business and the Air Force One replacement program, which Boeing won in 2018.
Washington says the Solomon Islands post - back after a 30-year absence - is a crucial engagement.
The surge in energy prices last year helps the firm to announce record profits of $39.9bn
Hong Kong leader John Lee unveiled on Thursday a promotion campaign that will include 500,000 free flights to lure back visitors, businesses and investors to the financial hub after more than three years of tough COVID-19 curbs. The "Hello Hong Kong" campaign was launched with dancers and flashing neon lights in the city's main convention centre, next to its famous harbour, with a backdrop bearing the slogan in various languages including Russian and Spanish. "Hong Kong is now connected to mainland China and the whole international world, and there will be no isolation, no quarantine and no restrictions on experiencing ... enjoying the hustle and bustle of Asia's world city," Lee said.
STORY: This joint U.S., South Korea military drill has prompted a scathing attack from North Korea.After the B1-B heavy bombers and stealth fighters flew exercises, Pyongyang's foreign ministry said in state media Thursday that such drills had pushed the situation to an "extreme red-line".It also said the North was not interested in dialog as long as Washington pursues hostile policies.The White House has hit back at the accusation, saying that the U.S. has no such intent toward North Korea.The spat comes hot off the heels of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's trip to Seoul, during which he vowed to expand military drills and deploy more "strategic assets" there, such as aircraft carriers and long-range bombers.North Korea's statement cited Austin's trip as a cause for concern, saying, "This is a vivid expression of the U.S. dangerous scenario which will result in turning the Korean peninsula into a huge war arsenal and a more critical war zone."More than 28,500 American troops are based in South Korea as a legacy of the 1950-1953 Korean War, which ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty.Last year, North Korea conducted a record number of ballistic missile tests.It was also observed reopening its shuttered nuclear weapons test site.
Multiple agencies showed up in San Diego's Chula Vista area and saved a retired police K-9 after it fell in a 40-foot well Wednesday afternoon.
NEW DELHI (AP) — Embattled Indian billionaire Gautam Adani said Thursday his conglomerate will review its plans for raising capital after calling off his flagship company’s $2.5 billion share offering following the loss of tens of billions of dollars in market value due to claims of fraud by a U.S.-based short-selling firm. Adani Enterprises canceled the share sale late Wednesday, citing “market volatility.” Stocks in the coal mines to ports empire sank after Hindenburg Research, which has a tra
Shell has has more than doubled its annual profit to a record $39.9bn (£32.2bn) as the war in Ukraine and the energy crisis fuelled oil and natural gas prices.
U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has angry unions to the left of him, anxious Conservative Party lawmakers to the right and, in the middle, millions of voters he must win over to avert electoral defeat. Installed as Conservative leader after Truss’ plan for huge tax cuts sparked panic, the 42-year-old Sunak calmed financial markets and averted economic meltdown when he assumed the post on Oct. 25. Next, Britain’s youngest leader for two centuries — and its first prime minister of South Asian heritage — has promised to tame soaring inflation, get the sluggish economy growing, ease pressure on the overburdened health care system and “restore the integrity back into politics” after years of scandals under former Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The European Central Bank is all but certain to raise interest rates again on Thursday and pencil in more hikes for the next few months, with the only open question being how big these will be. The ECB has been increasing rates at a record pace to fight a sudden bout of high inflation in the euro zone - the byproduct of factors such as the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and an energy crisis that followed Russia's invasion of Ukraine. That would take the rate the ECB pays on bank deposits to the highest level since November 2008, after a steady climb from a record low of -0.5% in July.
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A savage winter storm is to blame for at least 2 deaths in Texas. The storm is continuing to hammer several states with more ice, sleet, and dangerous road conditions. Power crews are working to answer the call for the thousands left without electricity.
The King and Queen Consort celebrated the contribution East and South-East Asian communities make to Britain by hosting a reception at Buckingham Palace. The royal couple greeted and spoke with guests including fashion designers Alexa Chung and John Rocha, the Crowned Prince of Selangor, Malaysia, and “Korean Englishman” YouTubers, in the palace on Wednesday evening. There were more than 300 people at the reception from across various sectors; including the arts, media, fashion, business, and healthcare – with champagne and canapes served throughout the evening. Source: PA
The decision on Thursday would be the 10th time in a row that policymakers have opted for an increase.