Brazilian President Says Growth in the U.S. Could Result in an Improvement of Brazilian Economy

Brazilian President Says Growth in the U.S. Could Result in an Improvement of Br

In an announcement on Monday Brazil's planning ministry lowered its forecast for economic growth for the year 2014 from an earlier evaluation of 1.8 percent to 0.9 percent. In case this prediction turns out to be true, Brazil will be registering its lowest rate of growth since the year 2009, a time when the country was rocked by the effect of the global economic catastrophe.

Anonymous Whistleblower to get $30 Million from SEC

Anonymous Whistleblower to get $30 Million from SEC

An unspecified tipster will be given an award of $30 million or more by the U. S. securities regulators. It will be an incentive given as part of a program which intends to motivate insiders to report any wrongdoing that they observe. This will be the largest sum of money ever been awarded to a whistle-blower.

Siemens Plans to Acquire Dresser-Rand for $6 billion Says Sources

Siemens Plans to Acquire Dresser-Rand for $6 billion Says Sources

Sources having knowledge of the matter said on Sunday that Siemens AG the German engineering conglomerate is going in for a multibillion-dollar deal for buying Dresser-Rand Group Inc. the oil-equipment manufacturer of U. S. The deal could be announced as early as Monday said the persons.

OSI Group to Cut 340 Jobs in China in Relation to Food Safety Scandal

OSI Group to Cut 340 Jobs in China in Relation to Food Safety Scandal

Aurora, Illinois based OSI Group said on Sunday that it plans to trim hundreds of jobs in its Shanghai plant as a result of the food safety scandals that were unearthed in China in the month of July.

The total number of jobs to be cut is 340, which include 226 workers who are directly employed by the scandal ridden Shanghai Husi as well as engaged with 114 contractors.

PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

In the year 2005, a special day of transforming parking lots into greener temporary parks was celebrated in downtown San Francisco. That marked the first PARK(ing) Day which, ever since has turned into an international movement.

Oasis Beverages a Russian Company Buys Pabst

Oasis Beverages a Russian Company Buys Pabst

On Thursday, Oasis Beverages a Russian beverage company announced that it is buying Pabst Brewing Company. Pabst is the manufacturer of the Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and brands like Colt 45 and Old Milwaukee.

About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products

About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products

Sixteen significant food and beverage organizations have addressed their promise to cut calories in their U. S. items, another report finds.

Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all

Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all

Transmission rates of the sexually transmitted sickness syphilis have arrived at their largest numbers ever recorded in Australia.

The University of New South Wales' Kirby Institute has discharged its Annual Surveillance Report, demonstrating an aggravating climb in a lot of people sexually transmitted infections.

Breast cancer awareness taken to another level by foundation

Breast cancer awareness taken to another level by foundation

Frequently, there are no outward indications of bosom tumor that you can see or feel. In the event that there are outward signs, the more regular ones incorporate a lump, a zone of thickening, or a dimple in the bosom. Less basic signs incorporate bosom swelling and redness or an augmented underarm lymph node.

Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder

Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder

Yoga practice may yield huge mental health benefits for individuals with bipolar issue, a study recommends.

Otherwise called manic-depressive ailment, bipolar issue alludes to a mind condition that causes surprising movements in temperament, vitality, movement levels and the capacity to do regular undertakings.

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Brazilian President Says Growth in the U.S. Could Result in an Improvement of Br
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