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When Marina Gómez and her fellow mortuary worker enter a room at a nursing home to remove the body of a COVID-19 victim, they work methodically and in silence. A sort of wartime atmosphere had brought people together in solidarity amid the misery.
Thai police will deploy nearly 6,000 officers on Wednesday for a demonstration at the office that manages the royal fortune by protesters demanding that King Maha Vajiralongkorn give up personal control of the assets. Police said on Tuesday that no protesters would be allowed within 150 metres (450 feet) of the Crown Property Bureau, where royalists have also said they plan to gather in defence of a monarchy that faces its biggest challenge in decades. "Depending on how protesters behave, we will take appropriate measures," he told a news conference.
China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (HKG: 0386, "Sinopec") has established strategic cooperation with three top institutions on November 23 in Beijing, China, to take lead in a joint research on the energy and chemical industry's carbon emissions peak and carbon neutral.
DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences (DuPont) has taken another step in advancing innovation in the food industry through a new partnership between its Food & Beverage platform and the Institute for the Future (IFTF), the world's leading futures organization. The collaboration seeks to drive far-sighted food and beverage innovation that anticipates shifts in market needs.
The High-voltage Power Cable Market will grow by USD 13.63 bn during 2020-2024
As Emma Corrin recreates some of Diana’s most famous looks in season four of The Crown, Olivia Petter looks at how the late Princess constantly reinvented herself through her clothes
‘The reality is, I’m in a situation which I can’t get out of’
Star condemned Trump for refusing to concede
China's latest trip to the moon is another milestone in the Asian powerhouse's slow but steady ascent to the stars. China became the third country to put a person into orbit a generation ago and the first to land on the far side of the moon in 2019. Future ambitions include a permanent space station and putting people back on the moon more than 50 years after the U.S. did.
‘Alex believed in the importance of Jeopardy and always said that he wanted the show to go on after him,’ executive producer Mike Richards said
NEW YORK — David Dinkins, whose historic 1989 victory as New York City's first and only black mayor was quickly eclipsed by rising crime and racial turmoil that doomed his re-election, died Monday at his home, police said. He was 93. His death comes a little more than a month after his wife, Joyce, passed away on Oct. 11. Dinkins, in his two decades after leaving City Hall, kept a busy ...
The Chinese Uber for trucks Manbang announced Tuesday that it has raised $1.7 billion in its latest funding round, two years after it hauled in $1.9 billion from investors including SoftBank Group and Alphabet Inc's venture capital fund CapitalG. The news came fresh off a Wall Street Journal report two weeks ago that Manbang was seeking $1 billion ahead of an initial public offering next year. The company declined to comment on the matter, though its CEO Zhang Hui said in May 2019 that the firm was "not in a rush" to go public.
‘Scotland will not be the last country to make period poverty history — but it now has a chance to be the first’
David Dinkins, who has died aged 93, served as the city's first and only black mayor from 1990-1993.
Save on comforter and comforter set deals at the Black Friday sale, featuring down, quilted, and reversible comforter, duvet, and duvet set deals
China on Tuesday reported two new coronavirus cases in the cities of Shanghai and Tianjin as it seeks to prevent small outbreaks from becoming larger ones. The National Health Commission said that there were two new locally spread cases in the previous 24-hour period, one in each city. It also reported 20 cases among people who had arrived from overseas.
The Puerto Rican star canceled his performance at last night’s AMAs but did appear remotely to present the award for favorite Latin female artist
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(Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group AG expects to book a $450 million impairment charge on its stake in York Capital Management as the U.S. firm winds down most of its hedge fund strategies.The charge, which could still change, will be booked in the fourth quarter, the Zurich-based bank said Tuesday. Credit Suisse agreed in 2010 to take a stake of about 30% in the firm founded by Jamie Dinan, offering to pay at least $425 million to give clients access to its investments.The charge adds to a series of setbacks and missteps at Credit Suisse this year, ranging from losses on loans to wealthy clients to lackluster trading results, as the market volatility caused by the coronavirus pandemic rattles businesses across the bank. Chief Executive Thomas Gottstein, who took over in February, has been cleaning up the business and restructuring in an effort to simplify the bank.The asset management business is one of the units that have struggled in this year’s volatility. Credit Suisse has been closing down funds and laying off employees at its alternative asset management business. Actions include shuttering a quantitative fund and taking a 24 million Swiss franc ($26 million) charge on seed capital in a U.S. real estate fund in the third quarter, Chief Financial Officer David Mathers said in a recent interview.Gottstein said in September that the bank is planning a strategic review of asset management over the next 12 months. For now, he has ruled out a sale or merger.Credit Suisse’s asset management operation is split between a more traditional business with long equity and fixed-income strategies sold largely to its private banking clients, and an alternative asset management business in the U.S. consisting of wholly owned hedge funds, a large credit business and a number of smaller funds and external investments.Credit Suisse said the charge on York Capital will reduce a key measure of capital strength, the so-called common equity Tier 1 ratio, by 7 basis points this quarter, but won’t change that bank’s plans to return capital to shareholders.York, started in 1991, is winding down most of its hedge fund business and retooling to focus on long-term products after “a year marked by tremendous upheaval and disruption,” according to a letter to clients. Co-Chief Investment Officer Christophe Aurand will be leaving and William Vrattos will take over as sole CIO, Chief Executive Officer Dinan wrote in the letter seen by Bloomberg News.Dinan has seen the firm’s assets tumble from their $26 billion peak in 2015.(Adds Credit Suisse asset management changes in 4th paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
The Gamecocks bring back a core of AJ Lawson, Keyshawn Bryant, Jermaine Couisnard and Justin Minaya from a lineup that went 18-13 in 2019-20. "We return our whole team, yet no one speaks about us," South Carolina coach Frank Martin said in his Monday media availability. Since reaching the Final Four in 2017, South Carolina fell short of winning 20 games in the three subsequent seasons.