‘We continue to build big power plants in emerging countries’
The growing popularity of pet crematoriums and cemeteries
Tonight is the final Letterman show — I thought this Adam Sandler tribute was worth sharing:
ECB board member released profitable information to select audience
Aircraft firm’s Paul Kahn says company would reconsider its position in the country if Britain left the EU – putting at risk thousands of jobs
The head of Airbus in the UK has warned that the defence and aircraft company would reconsider its investment in the country in the event of Britain leaving the EU, saying such a move would be destructive with “enormous ramifications” for the UK’s long-term future.
It’s a hell of a lot more difficult, more bureaucratic and more costly to do [business] from outside the EU
Source: The Verge
‘Risk of eventual Grexit should not be underestimated’
Chancellor tells government departments to make immediate start on finding £13bn of further cuts – with goal of announcing savings by July
George Osborne has told Whitehall departments that the fresh squeeze on government spending has begun, ordering them to make an immediate start on finding the
Members of US central bank divided over state of US economy but most believed that June is premature to raise rates for first time since global recession
The state of the US economy divided members of the Federal Reserve at their April meeting but they generally agreed that June would be too early to start raising interest rates for the first time since the recession.
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