American radio host Alex Jones reaped millions spouting conspiracy-laden falsehoods that helped drive up sales of products like libido boosters, exploiting an internet ecosystem that experts say makes misinformation a lucrative business.
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KOREA FAIR TRADE COMMISSION (KFTC) – APPEAL PROCEEDINGS UPDATE Paris – December 2, 2022. By a decision dated December 1, 2022, the Seoul High Court partially granted GTT's appeal against the Korea Fair Trade Commission's corrective order by revoking the €9.5 million administrative fine paid by GTT early 2021. In the same decision, the Seoul High Court confirmed the Company's obligation to separate the technology license agreement from the technical assistance if requested by the Korean shipyards
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Troops have been training to cover as firefighters and ambulance crews in the event of industrial action.
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The downgrade comes amid France's already large general government debt, an implementation risk associated with its structural reform agenda, a wider economic slowdown and the European Central Bank's monetary tightening, S&P said in its report. The country's slowing economy and government measures to cushion households and businesses from energy inflation is expected to weigh on public finances, the ratings agency said.
A Hong Kong billionaire is poised to resurrect plans for a vast East London development once championed by Boris Johnson and David Cameron.
It gave its customers low prices by making them wait. So why did the dream of affordable luxury end with a mountain of boxes in a Port Talbot warehouse?
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The U.S. and the EU have so far sought to be conciliatory about the bill, saying last week they would seek to tackle the bloc's concerns about the package, known as the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act. EU members worry the $430 billion bill, with generous tax breaks for U.S. companies, may disadvantage European companies from car manufacturers to makers of green technology. Officials from both sides are due to address the issue at a meeting next week, but Bernd Lange, the chair of EU parliament's trade committee, said he no longer expects a negotiated solution as only small changes could still be agreed through talks.
Partnership firm predicted it will overspend on power by £18m without action such as supermarket chain going to ‘half lighting’
Col John Blashford-Snell CBE, 86, is a former British Army officer and a renowned explorer and author. He has led more than 100 expeditions, including the first ever descent of the Ethiopian Blue Nile (1968), the first vehicle crossing of the Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia (1971‑72) and the navigation of almost all 2,700 miles of the Zaire (now Congo) River in Africa (1974‑75).
Taking charge amid the chaos triggered by his predecessor’s mini-Budget, one of Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s first acts as Chancellor was to scale back the level of state financial support for households’ energy bills.
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French grid operator RTE on Friday said it had doubled the capacity of a high-voltage power line between France and Belgium, increasing the countries' ability to maximise available supplies in the event of shortages this winter. RTE said it had been able to increase the capacity of the interconnector between the Belgian town of Avelgem and the French town of Avelin to 6 gigawatts (GW) from 3 GW without having to install a new line by making use of high performance electrical conductors. "This solidarity is essential in the midst of the energy crisis but also in the longer term to achieve our carbon neutrality objectives," President of the Managing Board at RTE Xavier Piechaczyk said.
Ireland took in more corporate tax in November than it used to collect in entire years a decade ago, as a recent boom in receipts from multinationals picked up more pace to push the total tax take 25% higher year-to-date. The treasury took 5 billion euros ($5.24 billion) last month, mostly from a small number of large companies whose European headquarters are in Ireland. The finance ministry reiterated that some of the receipts are expected to be one-off and will not happen again next year.
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