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Forbes
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Lear Corporation is the leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems to automakers around the world. The company’s top line has expanded at a nearly 9% rate 2010-2015, much more than the nominal 4% growth in global vehicle production during this period, for two reasons.
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After losing two sponsors just before the entry deadline for the World Rally Championship Category 3, Louise put her world record holder's trophy on eBay in an attempt to raise funds. She needs to raise £25,000 to start the 2017 season in Sweden on 9 February.
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Drivers are warned to expect delays tomorrow (January 21) as a road will be closed in North Lincolnshire. The road closure will be in place on Chapel Lane, Keadby, as work is carried out on the Keadby Canal level crossing. More: Bitter feud between two men led to vicious attackWork is being taken on by Network Rail to clear vegetation from the railway structure. The clearance will be complete at 9.30am on January 22.Read today's top stories Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
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At least 29 people were taken to hospital after what appears to be a food poisoning incident at a Humber College residence. Paramedics were called to the residence at 203 Humber College Blvd., near Highway 427 and Finch Avenue, around 9:30 p.m. on Thursday. Paramedics said the patients were taken to hospital. All of the patients were able to walk but they had abdominal pain and were vomiting.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: It is a big day for the US as President-elect Donald Trump will officially become the 45th President of the US on Friday. This will be watched by market community across the globe, including India. Donald Trump's protectionist stance could have a major impact on Indian exporters such as IT and pharma, trade relations, as well as fund flows coming into India. US business accounts for 50-80 per cent of the total business of Indian IT companies. Minimum wage hike to $100,000 may translate into 9-25 per cent earnings per share (EPS) cut for FY18. However, management commentary for TCS as well as Infosys rebuffed those fears. The pharma sector will have to face its own set of challenges. Proposed import tax of 35 per cent is likely to impact companies with higher sales from non-US facilities. "Non-US manufactured sales account for nearly 40-100 per cent for major pharma companies," said an ET report.
Ashford Herald
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A knife-wielding teenager who tried to stab a delivery man in Sheerness instead of paying for some fried chicken has been sentenced.Michael Cox, 18, of no fixed address, who admitted robbing and threatening the man with a knife, has been sentenced to four years in a Young Offender Institution.On July 9, 2016 Cox placed an order for food to be delivered to West Street. But when the delivery driver arrived with the food and asked for payment Cox refused to pay.Cox then produced a knife and made...
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Techradar
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I like angry sounding music, and whether I'm listening to Castrovalva's ' Pump Pump ' or ' My People ' by The Presets, the V-Modas do every fuzz-driven bass line and buzz saw synth justice. They don't come cheap and feel a little flimsy, but if the music comes first then there are few better options. Read the full review: V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Best monitor I've found it difficult to go back to 16:9 monitors after using ultra-wide monsters over the years. The LG 34UC97G certainly isn't cutting-edge, featuring a somewhat pedestrian 2,560 x 1,080 pixel-resolution. However, I find that it strikes the perfect balance between providing ample screen-real estate on the desktop and how taxing it is on my PC's graphics card. Its killer feature, a 144Hz refresh date, makes gaming much more enjoyable than it was in the days of 60Hz, which feels like a prehistoric era in 2017.
The Economic Times
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When contacted, the company's President and Head Business Transformation Nawal Sharma said: "This is a win-win situation for all the three stakeholders which are farmers, bank and company. This will help in increasing our direct sourcing of milk from farmers and faster rolling out of high-margin value added products thereby improving the profitability." The Bank of Baroda would get a readily available customer base for the priority sector lending, he said, adding that bank would also get operational support from the company in identification of farmers and payment management system. "Farmers will get financial assistance at attractive terms with which they can create additional infrastructure leading to higher income. This will also promote digitisation among farmers," Sharma said. He said farmers would get loans up to Rs 4 lakh at less than 9 per cent interest rates.
Den of Geek
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In fact, Vaughn has been doing a lot of recruiting. This is as eclectic an ensemble for a big movie as you’ll see in 2017, with Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Mark Strong alongside the likes of Vinnie Jones and Elton John. Vaughn reunites with regular collaborator Jane Goldman for the screenplay, and the story is set to see the Kingsman team working side by side with their American equivalent, the Statesman. Expect mayhem. 9. Hidden Figures Arriving in February in the UK, Hidden Figures is bringing to the screen a little-heard story from the history of NASA and the space race. The film stars Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spender, Janelle Monae and Kirsten Dunst, and it tells the tale of a team of women who provided the mathematical data behind the mission to launch John Glenn into space. Their story has – as the title of the film suggests – been tucked down the back of American history's sofa until now.
Ashford Herald
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A knife-wielding teenager who tried to stab a delivery man in Sheerness instead of paying for some fried chicken has been sentenced.Michael Cox, 18, of no fixed address, who admitted robbing and threatening the man with a knife, has been sentenced to four years in a Young Offender Institution.On July 9, 2016 Cox placed an order for food to be delivered to West Street. But when the delivery driver arrived with the food and asked for payment Cox refused to pay.Cox then produced a knife and made...
Ashford Herald
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The coroner is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found in a lake near Sevenoaks.Police were called to Chipstead Lake, off Chevening Road in Chipstead, at 9.25am yesterday morning (January 18) following the discovery of a man's body in the water.A spokesman for the north west Kent coroner's office said: This case is still in the investigation stage.The Chipstead community has reacted with shock to the news.Chris Becker, chairman of the...
The Sun Daily
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Over in the UK, it was a rollercoaster with Brexit, which saw a decline in currency terms and overall volume, yet the English managed to battle it out and end the year with just a 11% drop. Outperformers for the year were Germany (up by 11%) and Central and Eastern Europe (up by 70%) – notably Poland and the Czech Republic. In the Americas, the market ended 9% lower than the previous year with Canada slightly outperforming the rest of the region by ending the year just 3% below its figures for 2015. Local landscape According to property experts at a forum conducted by PropertyGuru, as rising living costs and smaller income growth are still concerns that are being carried into the new year, these will likely cause affordability issues and high loan application rejection rates to persist, which will, if not already, lead to falling property prices.
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" Many people expressed outrage about his remark. I thought it was funny: an insider's joke. It was a wink and a nod to mixed folks of our generation who had grown up having to prove our racial authenticity and wrestle with what term we should use to describe our multiracial identities. But that was just about the last time we heard Obama publicly embrace his "mixed-ness." Two years later, even though as a mixed-race person Obama could have checked more than one racial box on Question Number 9 of the 2010 Census, he checked only the box that said: "Black, African American, or Negro." It was official-- some news outlets proclaimed --Obama was definitely America's first black president. In the years since, I kept hoping that President Obama would take the chance to publicly talk about his mixed-race background and continue a much-needed national conversation.
Dover Express
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A knife-wielding teenager who tried to stab a delivery man in Sheerness instead of paying for some fried chicken has been sentenced.Michael Cox, 18, of no fixed address, admitted robbing and threatening the man with a knife. He has been sentenced to four years in a Young Offender Institution.On July 9, 2016 Cox placed an order for food to be delivered to West Street. But when the delivery driver arrived with the food and asked for payment Cox refused to pay.Cox then produced a knife and made...
Dover Express
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The coroner is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found in a lake near Sevenoaks.Police were called to Chipstead Lake, off Chevening Road in Chipstead, at 9.25am yesterday morning (January 18) following the discovery of a man's body in the water.A spokesman for the north west Kent coroner's office said: This case is still in the investigation stage.The Chipstead community has reacted with shock to the news.Chris Becker, chairman of the...
The Economic Times
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Private equity firms, including Blackstone Group and KKR & Co, as well as some Canadian pension funds have expressed interest in Fairfax's stake, the sources said. ICICI may also look to sell a 10 percent stake in the unit at the same time, one source said. Buyers are likely to pay a larger premium for a stake in ICICI Lombard if they are able to get as much as a third of the company, the sources said. Two sources said a deal is likely to be finalized in the next two months. Fairfax may redeploy some of the proceeds to fund its $4.9 billion takeover of Swiss insurer Allied World, a source said. ICICI, Fairfax, Blackstone and KKR did not respond to requests for comment. The sources, who declined to be named as they are not authorized to publicly discuss the matter, said discussions are in the early stages and it was not yet clear what any final deal would look like.