The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (“MD&A”) is intended to help the reader understand our business, our results of operations and our financial condition. The MD&A is provided as a supplement to, and should be read in conjunction with our unaudited condensed consolidatedRead More →

ABBA never separated. After 1982 the band just stopped making music in their studio in Stockholm. The two couples formed on one side by Frida Lyngstad and Benny Andersson, on the other by Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus, broke up between 1979 and 1981, while alcohol rotted their life madeRead More →

Netflix hit hard during the month of July. The streaming platform has offered the second part of season 4 of the series “Stranger Things”. This one recorded 1.15 billion hours of views. Other releases include the video game adaptation “Resident Evil” and “The Gray Man.” Varushka Mungra: “It’s always interestingRead More →

Fan of jazz for almost 80 years, Marc Danval, described as “Epicurious” in the biography of Michaël Albas dedicated to him, is the first witness in our series “The memory of jazz”. Marc Danval is a character like his shirts: colorful! It even seems, since they are often colorful, thatRead More →

The first teaser of the next Christopher Nolan film, Oppenheimer, is finally here, giving viewers their first glimpse of Cillian Murphy as the eponymous doctor who was salvaged when the atomic bomb was created. In the movie Dunkirk from 2017, Nolan had brought together three distinct timelines in a dizzyingRead More →

HELENE SEGARA. Singer Hélène Ségara, who participated Monday evening in the program “Who can beat us” on M6, revealed many comments on her physique. “Stop covering up Hélène Ségara.” On Twitter, Monday evening, comments burst out on Hélène Ségara, who participates in the M6 ​​program Who can beat us?, alongsideRead More →

Money doesn’t stretch as far as it used to. This becomes painfully evident with every purchase made and every bill paid. Sometimes it seems that families’ incomes have disappeared before they actually arrive. As such, people find it difficult to switch between paychecks. Unforeseen expenses, expensive necessities, and other mattersRead More →

© Atlanti-Culture “L’aiglon, Napoleon’s broken dream” by Laetitia de Witt was published by Tallandier. “L’aiglon, Napoleon’s broken dream” by Laetitia de Witt By Laetitia de Witt Tallandier 496p. – 24.90€ Our recommendation: EXCELLENT THEME The child born to Napoleon and Marie-Louise in March 1811, titled King of Rome, should haveRead More →

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. Reproduction rights reserved. A video accumulating nearly 650,000 views since July 15 affirms, with supporting photos, that the French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, nicknamed “BHL“, would support the “jihadists” which are raging in Mali. She had previously appeared on social networks in December 2021. The writer she sawRead More →

According to reports, Prince William made a little girl cry at school. When Princess Diana found out, she had a serious conversation with her eldest son. Despite his temper, Prince William and Prince Harry still had some good times together. At first, Princess Diana brushed aside any criticism of PrinceRead More →

This week Vanupié, Ultravex, Tristesse contemporaine, Hana and Medhi Cayenne. Rude ! — Contemporary sadness I’ve never really liked Tristesse contemporaine, but it’s summer, there’s Lewis Ofman on production who must have made himself very small in front of the lascars. We asked him for a tropical sorbet in theRead More →

In the Atacama Desert, Chile. MARCIO CABRA/BIOSPHOTO VIA AFP “A sky of stones. Voyage en Atacama”, by Matthieu Gounelle, illustrations by Frédéric Pajak, Gallimard, “Le sentiment historique”, 128 p., €14.50. There are distinctions that conceal a much stronger power of attraction than a Goncourt or a Medici. They open upRead More →

A true icon of British rock of the 70’s and 80’s, melodist, bass player and renowned producer, Jean-Jacques Burnel will have signed with his legendary strike some twenty albums offering unstoppable riffs with heavy and deep basses, basses sometimes so heavy that they would crush your plexus. A great socialRead More →

BIGFLO and OLI. Three years after their last album, “La vie de rêve” and their media break, rappers Bigflo and Oli are back with “Les autres, c’est nous”, and a concert at the AccorArena in Paris. Summary [Mis à jour le 23 juin 2022 à 10h11] The others are us.Read More →

Spending on symbols of success is universal, but the definition of success varies in an increasingly multicultural America. Tweet that Access the latest research in The Conference Board Multicultural Consumer Survey series. To understand How ethnic identity is reflected in service purchases, the project surveyed 2,000 multicultural U.S. households toRead More →

For her first book “Tipa tipa na semé”, published by Vétyver editions and presented on Saturday at the Réyoné Book Fair, Reunionese author Gaëlle Gonthier, former journalist for Le Quotidien, reveals the biography of naturalist Raymond Lucas. He distills his precious advice regularly in our columns and offers remarked interventionsRead More →

With his publishing house POL, he publishes many future giants of French literature. The program “A whole life”, this Saturday, remembers with delicacy the man of letters, suddenly disappeared in 2018. For thirty-five years, Paul Otchakovsky-Laurens (1944-2018) insisted on opening the envelopes of the manuscripts himself. The publisher of GeorgesRead More →

Biography of Stephane Ginsburgh Stephane Ginsburgh, whose playing and audacity is praised, has given recitals as a soloist and in chamber music all over the world and has performed in numerous international festivals such as Ars Musica, Quincena Musical, ZKM Imatronic, Agora, Bach Academie Brugge, Ultima Oslo, Darmstadt Ferienkurse, GaidaRead More →

The government has started verifying the payments it sent to nearly nine million Canadians through the Canadian Emergency Response Program (CERB) – and many of those recipients are being told they owe repay some or all of the money they received. Some have to return the money received under theRead More →

Fintechs and payday lenders are aggressively lending to gig economy workers even as banks and large non-bank financial corporations (NBFCs) become more conservative in the space. Fintech lenders saw demand for food and grocery delivery managers with various app-based platforms jump up to 40% in Q4FY22, industry executives said. HigherRead More →

We caught up with Marcus Lasarow, Founder and CEO of FinTech startup CashD, a company that helps Australian businesses reduce employee turnover through innovative payroll solutions. We talked about the disconnect between payroll and workforce management, B2B solutions, and the importance of retaining long-term employees. Marcus, you have 20 yearsRead More →

The Chapeiry library “Au coin du livre” invites you to meet Miss Caroline and Célia on Friday May 27, 2022 at 6 p.m. at the Chapeiry communal hall Mademoiselle Caroline is an illustrator and author of numerous comic strips;Célia is a young nurse originally from Chapeiry, heroine of her latestRead More →

The Hauts-de-France Region accompanies 16 regional companies, ambassadors of regional creation, at the OFF d’Avignon festival. Companies are selected according to several criteria. The Region wanted in particular equal representation of companies by proposing in particular room for female creation: 56% of the selected projects are carried out by women.Read More →

Introductory evening – Set sail at IMEC Saint-Germain-la-Blanche-Herbe, 19 May 2022, Saint-Germain-la-Blanche-Herbe. Introductory evening – Setting sail at IMEC Imec Abbaye D’Ardenne, Chem. of Saint-Germain Saint-Germain-la-Blanche-Herbe2022-05-19 20:00:00 – 2022-05-19 Imec Abbaye D’Ardenne, Chem. of Saint GermainSaint-Germain-la-Blanche-Herbe Calvados Saint-Germain-la-Blanche-Herbe The Époque festival and book fair offer an introductory evening to theRead More →

High energy and food prices are particularly bad for people who live from payday to payday. In the UK, around 22% of adults have less than £100 in savings, according to a government-backed investigation. In the United States, about 20% of households say they could only cover their expenses forRead More →