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Prosus, the Dutch-based technology investor, said on Friday it would seek a buyer for its Russian online marketplace Avito. Avito had been one of Prosus's most valuable investments until Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, which Moscow describes as a "special military operation", with an estimated valuation of about $6 billion. "Prosus has now decided to exit the Russian business," the company said in a statement.
HBO has officially announced a fourth season for Bill Hader's dark comedy series, BARRY. Production...
The official trailer for the upcoming South Park TV film been released. In a description reported...
Auction date2022-05-20Loan3104Coupon3.50 %ISIN-codeSE0000556599Maturity2028-12-01Tendered volume, SEK mln250 +/- 150Volume offered, SEK mln750 Volume bought, SEK mln400 Number of bids9 Number of accepted bids4 Average yield-1.425 %Lowest accepted yield-1.445 %Highest yield-1.394 %% accepted at lowest yield 100.00 Auction date2022-05-20Loan3109Coupon1.00 %ISIN-codeSE0005703550Maturity2025-06-01Tendered volume, SEK mln250 +/- 150Volume offered, SEK mln950 Volume bought, SEK mln250 Number of bids10
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, May 20, 2022--Viva Las Vegas! The entertainment capital of the world hosts the Vegas Millionaire Maker this June and you could be there courtesy of Everygame Poker
Global ATP Assays Market Global ATP Assays Market Dublin, May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "ATP Assays Market by Product (Consumables (Kits, Reagent, Microplate), Instrument (Luminometer, Spectrophotometers)), Application (Contamination, Disease Testing, Drug Discovery), End User (Hospitals, Pharmaceuticals, Food Testing) - Global Forecast to 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. ATP assays can measure cell viability based on the detection of ATP. Several detectio
"A party more moderate on all issues than either Reps or Dems would be ideal," Musk tweeted after vowing to vote GOP.
With gargantuan riffs and amps turned up to 11, pure metal is tempered with the grace and complexity that have become the band’s trademark
The self-deceptions of a dangerous groomer unravel in a portrait that reassesses his life and writings
The Gorgie team are looking to win the competition for the first time in 10 years.
Henry Moore’s daughter Mary Moore has collaborated with the gallery on an astonishing new showcase of her father’s work
Schneider Electric presents a new framework for future-proofing buildings developed in conjunction with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to accelerate the investment needed to deliver a greener urban built environmentNew modeling reveals two to three-fold increase required in rate at which European building stock is retrofitted to meet Paris Agreement commitmentsThe company announces the creation of 2,500 green jobs worldwide to aid the acceleration of climate action across all facets of the econo
After cancellations in 2020 and large scale-backs in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 Cannes Film Festival has rolled out the red carpet this week for an in-person festival. Mixed into the long-awaited lineup is myriad Canadian content being presented from May 17 to 28 at both the Cannes festival and the Marché du Film, the industry event and market held at the same time. From futurist dramas to interactive animations, here's a glimpse at Canadian films to look out for this year at bo
LIMASSOL, Cyprus, May 20, 2022--B2Broker is excited to announce that it now offers an annual payment option for the three core products: MarksMan, B2Core, and B2Trader. With the introduction of this new plan, customers will be provided with a discount and a simpler approach to planning their budget. This change will allow the company to streamline its finances and improve cash flow. The annual plan is already applicable to all three products.
A whirlwind visit by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has ended but the calls for meaningful reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples have not. The couple departed Canada Thursday night after a three-day tour that began in St. John's, N.L., with a solemn moment of reflection on residential school deaths and ended in the North with a meeting with First Nations chiefs on climate change. Charles told people in Yellowknife that he was deeply moved by conversations with survivors who co
TORONTO — Ontario's election campaign will run half virtually, half in-person today, as the leaders for the New Democratic and Green parties isolate with COVID-19. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner both have COVID-19, and while Schreiner says he is feeling fine, Horwath says she is not feeling 100 per cent. She has said she will isolate until she is no longer testing positive, and Schreiner has said he will isolate for at least a few days, and in the meantime both a
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — After a year of grieving since the detection of 215 suspected unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, a new phase begins in the journey of the Tk'emlups te Secwepemc First Nation — bringing the missing children home. The old apple orchard where evidence of the graves was found by ground-penetrating radar last May could soon be the site of an archeological dig and work to exhume remains, said Kukpi7 or Chief Rosanne Casimir. "This is something that has n
A dermatologist even called it “filler in a bottle”
CALGARY — The stakes are high as Canadian farmers take to the fields to plant 2022's crop, which some are saying could find a place in the record books as "the most expensive ever." On her family's farm northeast of Calgary near Acme, Alta., where she farms with her husband Matt, Sawyer already knows she's going to need a better-than-average crop this year just to break even. All of her input costs have surged since last year due to inflationary pressures, spiking energy costs, and the war in Uk
The Quebec government is earmarking $77 million to help low-income tenants in the lead-up to the province's traditional July 1 moving day, with a plan that includes rental subsidies for 2,200 households. But tenants' rights advocates say the plan doesn't go far enough to address the affordable-housing crisis. "There's not enough [housing], and we have to work our way towards coming up with more social housing units," said Catherine Lussier, a community organizer with the housing rights group Fro