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A cloud of flies buzz noisily around the carcass of a cow that is decomposing in a barren, grassless paddock.“She died of urea poisoning, which is a big risk when you don’t have any grass and have to feed cattle supplements,” said Ian Clifton, who has lost at...
Robin Dunbar August 10, 2018 Print this page Why do humans drink? To the person waiting at the bar on a hot summer evening, the answer seems simple: drinking is a pleasure and a relief. To the public health official reading the latest reports of alcohol’s societal ruin, the answer might...
SoftBank is in talks to pour $5bn into its giant technology fund on behalf of its employees, as the Japanese group scrambles to find ways to hit a $100bn fundraising target set for its so-called Vision Fund. According to multiple people briefed on the discussions, the move comes...
Jack Ma has quietly relinquished his ownership of the legal entities at the heart of Alibaba, symbolically handing back the keys to the Chinese technology giant he founded 19 years go. Mr Ma, 54, has already announced he will retire as Alibaba’s chairman next year. It has now...
Eric Platt in New York May 15, 2018 Print this page Amedeo Modigliani’s masterpiece “Nu couché” sold for $157.2m in New York on Monday evening, putting it among the most valuable artworks ever sold at auction. The oil painting of a reclined naked woman by the Italian artist was valued at $150m...
“I got the inspiration,” says Kengo Kuma, architect of Dundee’s new outpost of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, “from the sea cliffs.” It also echoes the colossal hull of one of the ships they used to build here on the banks of the Tay. Or, perhaps, an empty...
Chinese cryptocurrency media companies are boycotting an ongoing blockchain conference after the organizer used a Chairman Mao impersonator to promote the event. Dubbed the Bo'Ao Blockchain Forum for Asia (not to be confused with the Bo'Ao Forum), the two-day event in Hainan province is co-hosted by a Chinese blockchain and...
England’s largest water companies could have funded all of their capital expenditure since privatisation without taking on a single penny of debt, according to an analysis of the 28 years since they were sold off by Margaret Thatcher’s government.The nine companies, which together with the Welsh group Dwr...
So you've pivoted to the upper echelons of your newfound expertise and are looking to increase your skill set to enable a greater understanding of the markets. When combined with other technical tools, pivot points are valued among day traders for their ability to analyze price movement of...
And the bride wore a classic minimal dress with a covered shoulder, long sleeves and gently waisted silhouette. Designed by Clare Waight Keller, the revelation of the gown on Saturday morning ended months of fevered speculation with a pleasant surprise. The British-born designer, 47, became the first female...