The Newest Era Of M&A Disputes: 4 Tendencies

Looking back on the strongest M&A market in history and the disputes that have been emerging. 2021 was a record year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Driven by high values ​​and abundant liquidity, the total global value of all deals reached an all-time high of USD$5.9 trillion64% higher than 2020. Since then headwinds from geopolitical … Read more

Adam Wade, actor, singer and first Black TV sport present host, dies at 87

Adam Wade, who went from lab assistant for Dr. Jonas Salk to stage, television and movie performer, died Thursday, July 7, 2022, at his home in Montclair. He was 87. The cause was Parkinson’s disease, said his wife, Jeree Wade. Mr. Wade, a singer, actor and producer, is also known as the first Black host … Read more

Ten longlisted books that target the historical past of the Indian subcontinent

The award intends to promote and recognize recent research and publications in ancient, mediaeval, modern, and contemporary history of Indian subcontinent. From Dasarajna to Kuruksetra: Making of a Historical TraditionKanad Sinha Is it true that the ancient Indians had no sense of history? The book begins with this question and points out how the ways … Read more

ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Artwork exhibition focuses on democracy | Characteristic Columns

Voices Made Visual is the name of the latest exhibition at the Aiken Center for the Arts. Opening just last week and running until July 28, the show focuses on the “majesty and plurality of voices, past and present, that have shaped, and continue to shape, our national dialogue.” How was this particular topic chosen? … Read more

Addis Ababa: A wealthy tapestry of historical past, tradition and artwork

There is more to a fleet of aircrafts that will welcome you at Bole international airport in Addis Ababa, the capital of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Past the clearance division at the airport, you will be welcomed by warm people who will try their best to speak to you in English, in a … Read more

Books: A contemporary tackle the historical past of Thailand

For almost two decades, Chris Baker and Pasuk Phongpaichit’s “A History of Thailand” has been a compass for anyone trying to navigate Thailand’s mystifying politics, equivocal foreign policy, and trapped-tiger economy. The new edition confirms that no authors are better credentialed to explain Thailand to general readers and specialists alike. Indeed, the book shows off … Read more

Classics scholarship winner plans to set ‘lifeless’ language to music

Mac Uchimura A University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa classics major is one of two recipients in the nation to receive a coveted scholarship geared toward historically underrepresented groups across North America. UH Mānoa undergraduate Mac Uchimura recently received the Society for Classics StudiesFrank M. Snowden Undergraduate Scholarship. Uchimura’s sketch for his musical project Uchimura’s sketch … Read more

Concern of historical past revisionism as Marcos household returns to energy sparks panic shopping for of Philippines historical past books

Books about the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his brutal era of martial law are flying off the shelves in the wake of his son and namesake winning the May 9 presidential election. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr’s presidency, set to begin on June 30, has many people worried about losing access to books and … Read more

The film (president) – POLITICO

5 ans à l’Elysee (FR) Running time: 139 min (in three parts)Directed by the President de la RépubliqueStarring: Emmanuel MacronGuest starring: The French government, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emma Watson, Greta Thunberg, Donald Trump and featuring the voices of Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelenskyy. In a gilded office, with a fancy chandelier beaming light onto his face, … Read more

Basque within the celebrations this weekend for annual pageant | Leisure

If you lived in Bakersfield long enough, you’ve dined at one of our many fine Basque restaurants, but your knowledge of the culture might not extend past the setup. Luckily our thriving Basque community is welcoming not only through food but also by offering a look inside its traditions, games and history with the annual … Read more