Steve Ballmer becomes ninth member of $ 100 billion club

One of the most exclusive clubs in the world has just welcomed a new member, with a second contender knocking on the door. Steve Ballmer, the former CEO of Microsoft, has a net worth of over $ 100 billion ($ 134 billion), making him the ninth person in the world …

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A French company plans a shipyard in the Philippines

The Department of Commerce and Industry (DTI) said a French company had pledged to invest 1.5 billion pesos for a shipyard project in the Philippines. In a statement released on Wednesday, the DTI-Bureau of International Trade Relations said OCEA Director General Roland Joassard made the pledge at the 9th Philippines-France …

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Nord Anglia Education students celebrate best IB results

North Anglia pupils achieve an overall average of 36.2 points on the IB diploma LONDON, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Nord Anglia Education, the world’s premier organization of premium international schools, today celebrated its students with outstanding results in the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program for the 2020 …

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The library’s new community archiving program to broaden the scope of the regional history project

The University Library has announced the creation of a new community archiving program that will build on the foundations of its decades-old Regional History Project (RHP). With the retirement of longtime RHP Director Irene Reti, the library has now revisited the project to broaden its scope and will soon launch …

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4 things to know about Canada’s first Indigenous Governor General

When Mary Simon is officially installed as Governor General of Canada, she will become the first Indigenous person to assume this role. A number of Aboriginal people have assumed the vice-regal role of lieutenant governor at the provincial level, including the current lieutenant governor of Saskatchewan. Russell Mirasty. At a …

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Filing of a complaint for lead pollution caused by the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral

Published on: 07/06/2021 – 15:23 Paris city authorities and public health officials have been accused in a legal complaint of failing to protect the health of people living near Notre Dame Cathedral due to lead pollution from the fire who almost destroyed the monument two years ago. Residents of the …

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Hotel memory – Germaine and the North Pinus

This feature by Christian ramade is a gift to all dinosaurs, survivors and nostalgic for the Arles festival of distant years. This festival was messy beyond all limits, made of a bewildering amateurism, of shameless bad faith but was a prodigious point for crazy, improbable and sublime encounters. A place …

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As demand for music lessons increases, community centers seek financial support from the Ministry of Education

Community music centers need the proper support from the education ministry to span multiple grade levels and retain well-qualified teachers, or risk losing budding musicians to a failing system, according to educators. One institution at the heart of the problem, the Wellington Music Center, which heavily subsidizes tuition for students, …

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French champagne industry group angry over new Russian champagne law

The French champagne industry group on Monday blasted a new Russian law forcing foreign champagne producers to add a “sparkling wine” reference to the back of their bottles. The “Champagne Committee” added in a statement that it also called on French and European Union diplomats to change the law. The …

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Latest coronavirus: consortium makes $ 17 billion bid for Sydney airport

Russian higher education institutions should allow foreign students who have been inoculated with any vaccine study in the country. “The universities will have a common policy on this issue. I think we will accept any vaccine, ”said Pavel Shevtsov, deputy director of Rossotrudnichestvo, an agency of the Foreign Ministry that …

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