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Israel’s right-wing justice minister samples ‘fascism’ perfume in bizarre campaign ad

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It’s an ad we’ve all seen a million times. A saucy seductress sprays herself gently with an overpriced perfume. Except now the femme fatale is Israel’s justice minister, and the perfume is called “fascism.” Is this real life? Accused by political opponents of embracing right-wing extremism, Ayelet Shaked was clearly going for satire when she Read More

Green Plains to Present at the 31st Annual ROTH Conference

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OMAHA, Neb., March 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Green Plains Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRE) and Green Plains Partners LP (NASDAQ:GPP) today announced that Todd Becker, chief executive officer is scheduled to present at the 31st Annual ROTH Conference on Monday, March 18, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Pacific time. The conference will be held at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Read More

CERA Week 2019 Day 2 – Leadership

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By michele cowart, news editor on 3/13/2019 During Day 2 of CERAWeek 2019, the leadership dialogue continued with Chevron Chairman of the Board and CEO Mike Wirth, who spoke to the crowd about Chevron’s goals in the Permian basin and Gulf of Mexico. The super-major touts remote geosteering as a key to drilling in the Read More

GLOBAL BIOENERGIES greets the French parliament’s proposal aiming to promote a French bio-jet fuel industry

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Global Bioenergies greets the French parliament’s proposal aiming to promote a French bio-jet fuel industry Evry (France), 13 March 2019 – Global Bioenergies (Euronext growth: ALGBE) greets the proposal made by France’s parliament to establish a public support programme to promote the emerging French bio-jet fuel producing channels. The draft Mobility Orientation Law includes ambitious Read More

‘Elixir of immortality’ discovered in ancient Chinese tomb

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Archaeologists have announced the discovery of a drink that was said to promise everlasting life. It was found secretly stowed away in a 2,000-year-old bronze pot in an ancient tomb in central China’s Henan province. Around 3.5 litres of the “elixir of immortality” were found in the tomb in the city of Luoyang during excavations Read More

GLOBAL BIOENERGIES: 2018 FINANCIAL FIGURES

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 GLOBAL BIOENERGIES: 2018 FINANCIAL FIGURES             Net loss for the Group of €13.6m in 2018, of which €2.9m in amortisation of the demo plant                           Cash position of €10.3m at 31 December 2018               Evry (France), 1 March 2019 – Global Bioenergies (Euronext growth: ALGBE) released its 2018 financial statements, audited, certified and approved by the Read More

Sunrise hits snag after announcing $6.3 billion deal for Liberty Global's Swiss assets

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(Reuters) – Sunrise Communications’ $6.3 billion deal to buy U.S. cable giant Liberty Global’s Swiss assets, announced on Thursday, immediately hit a snag as a key shareholder said it would shun a planned rights issue to finance the acquisition. FILE PHOTO: Swiss telecom company Sunrise’s logo is seen at its headquarters in Opfikon, Switzerland February Read More

Australia's Queensland Rail moves up flooded track repairs to end-April

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s Queensland Rail said on Monday that it expects a railway hit by flooding this month, which disrupted zinc shipments from major producers such as Glencore, to be fixed as early as the end of April, sooner than it had expected. FILE PHOTO: Floodwaters rise near a railway track in Neila, Queensland, Read More