No one died, unlike what happens in terrorist attacks in Iraq that occur every week or two on a regular basis. but hey, USA is special that way I guess. Talk about yer double standards huh Carry on....
what were interest rates back then?
Not necessarily relevant, but still interesting, to me at least. Much more so than all the vehemence and rhetoric that passes for discussion here.
What do the governing laws mandate, if anything, in the event one of the party leaders is unable to continue on in a campaign? Can an election be delayed and the existing government granted extra time in power? .
Duh. Where have you been the last couple of years?
@May 20, 2014 11:15 pm Goldman Sachs has begun a formal sales process for its controversial network of metals warehouses, calling them “not strategic” to its client business. The decision to unload Metro International Trade Services, for which it paid roughly $540m in 2010, comes as Goldman’s main regulator reviews banks’ ownership of physical commodities and the infrastructure used to store and transport them. A sale would add to the list of commodities businesses divested by banks amid regulatory and profit pressures. JPMorgan Chase has agreed to sell its physical commodities division to Mercuria of Switzerland for $3.5bn in a deal that includes London-based metal warehousing company Henry Bath. Morgan Stanley plans to sell its global merchant oil trading business to Rosneft of Russia. Sherrod Brown, a Democratic member of the Senate banking committee, welcomed Goldman’s announcement, saying it was good news for consumers, taxpayers, and manufacturers that depend on aluminium. He added: “Banks should focus on core banking activities rather than owning physical assets like warehouses, pipelines, and tankers. Today’s announcement is a victory for beer and soft drink makers and for the safety and soundness of our financial system.”
It's a shame the ignore button has vanished. Even reading the titles of your ridiculous posts is painful.
It's free entertainment. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy.
And another thing... why hasn't Elon Musk and TSLA made a move into Formula E? Is he afraid of losing races?
-------A new all-electric racing series has been announced that will pit Tesla sedans against each other on famous race tracks around the world. The series was created by a company called Electric GT Holdings, and the first race could take place as soon as 2017. News of the series comes as Formula E, the other global all-electric racing series, is in the midst of its second season.
Sounds like Ecclestone is breathing his last gasp. Will F1 Racing wither and die or will the new US ownership make it thrive again? Interesting times for the motorsport.
------Formula One faces its biggest shake-up in decades with the announcement on Wednesday that U.S. cable TV mogul John Malone's Liberty Media has agreed to take control of the cash-generating glamor sport. The deal, which has an enterprise value of $8 billion according to a company statement, heralds a new era for Formula One, a European-dominated sport that has long sought to break into the U.S. market and win fresh audiences. It could also accelerate the exit of 85-year-old Bernie Ecclestone, the Briton who has run the sport for nearly 40 years and built up a business with annual turnover of around $1.9 billion.
Yeah all BS, not like you with your daily PPT posts, cause that's real huh.