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· Billionaires could be taxed on unrealized capital gains on their liquid assets, Democratic officials said yesterday. It would affect people with 1 billion in assets or those who have reported at ...
· SBM Offshore pays 238 million to settle FCPA violations. Richard L. Cassin November 30, 2017. Dutch oil services company SBM Offshore NV agreed Wednesday to pay a criminal penalty of 238 million to resolve FCPA offenses in Brazil, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Kazakhstan, and Iraq. SBM entered into a threeyear deferred prosecution agreement ...
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· The Running Man. by. Richard Bachman (Pseudonym), Stephen King (Goodreads Author) · Rating details · 112,898 ratings · 3,816 reviews. The Running Man is set within a dystopian future in which the poor are seen more by the government as worrisome rodents than actual human beings. The protagonist of The Running Man, Ben Richards, is quick ...
· Stephen Wolfram blames himself for not changing the face of physics sooner. "I do fault myself for not having done this 20 years ago," the physicist turned software entrepreneur says.
Horrible Histories is an eduional entertainment franchise encompassing many media including books, magazines, audio books, stage shows, TV shows, and 2013, Lisa Edwards, UK publishing and commercial director of Scholastic Corporation, described Horrible Histories as one of the company's "crown jewels", and said it is at an "advanced stage of evolution".
· Stephen Sondheim has said, "We hired Glynis Johns to play the lead, though she had a nice little silvery voice. But I'd put all the vocal weight of the show on the other characters because we ...
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· Ever wondered who the richest rappers in the world are? We're about to show you. Rappers are notorious for big houses, fancy cars, and extravagant purchases; and when you take a look at just how much some of them earn, it's no wonder. This article is a .
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Richard Chizmar is the coauthor (with Stephen King) of the New York Times bestselling novella, Gwendy's Button Box and Gwendy's Final books include The Girl on the Porch; The Long Way Home, his fourth short story collection; and Widow's Point, a chilling tale about a haunted lighthouse written with his son, Billy Chizmar, which was recently made into a feature film.
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Stephen Richards is an author writing in the selfhelp genre. The first book he wrote in 1998 was in the true crime genre for Mirage Publishing. He has cowritten a number of books with others, but now concentrates on writing in the mind, body, spirit subjects of Cosmic Ordering and mind power.
· A 1937 BMW 328 owned by a family for 75 years. The car was listed at an estimate of 350,000 to 450,000. It sold for 830,000. Photographer: Jared Wilson, courtesy of .
· Richard Smith: Stephen Lock, one of the best BMJ editors, is 90. "Editors of The BMJ are alternating fools and bastards," said Stephen Lock, my predecessor as editor of The BMJ, who has a gift for memorable axioms. Stephen, who will be 90 on 8 April, is, we think, the first editor of The BMJ to make it to such an age.