New York (AFP) - As New York taxi drivers face surging competition from smartphone cab services, the traditional taxi force in the city that never sleeps is preparing to push back against the likes of Uber.
BEIJING — Even as the cost of his quarry pulled away from the $100 million mark, Liu Yiqian remained calm.
“I was on the phone with a girl from Christie’s Hong Kong who was bidding on my behalf, and she kept dropping the phone because she was so nervous,” Liu recalled in his Beijing hotel room on Friday. “I told her, ‘Why are you so nervous? I’m the one paying, and I’m not even nervous. Just buy it.’ ”
Our employment and skills study also revealed 63 per cent of employers rate a positive attitude to work as the key requirement, with around half noting the importance of basic skills. This is why we celebrated the Chancellor’s Spending Review in June which saw more money being made available to fund another 20 Studio schools across the country.
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NEW DELHI: New York Life Insurance Company, the largest mutual life insurance company in the United States, has picked up 22.51 per cent stake for Rs 121 crore in Max Ventures and Industries Limited, a company that was formed after restructuring of Max India in 2016.Max Ventures promoter, Analjit Singh and families will also invest additional Rs 27 crore by way of convertible warrant on preferential basis to bolster the company's capital and also to retain their ownership at 38 per cent.The company will invest the proceeds into education and real estate, the new focus areas for its future busi
On Tuesday, semi-retired Toronto psychiatrist and veteran dog breeder Richard Meen appeared at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City to judge its all-important Best in Show category. Meen picked as top dog a three-year-old German shorthaired pointer named CJ. He later spoke to the National Post’s Brian Hutchinson about his secret appointment, the winning canine, and the darker side of dog show contests.
Q: You’re only the third Canadian to have judged Best in Show at the big Westminster Kennel Club event, I understand.
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