‘The Wheel Of Time’ EP Ted Field’s Radar Pictures Signs With Buchwald

EXCLUSIVE: Radar Pictures—the independent film and television production company founded by Emmy winner Ted Field, known for its work on the Jumanji and Riddick franchises—has signed with Buchwald for representation. Field founded Radar in 1999 and heads up the company as CEO. Radar has thus far produced more than 60 features—including The Amityville Horror, The Last Samurai and The Texas […]

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The Price of This Everyday Commodity Is Plunging

The hopes that inflation might soon moderate were dashed when the consumer price index for April rose 8.3% compared to last year. The producer price index for April confirmed this further. It rose 11% compared to the same month last year. The PPI measures input costs, or wholesale prices, from the point of view of producers.  The prices of a […]

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Why the US is sanctioning Russian bank executives but not the bank itself

London (CNN Business)Europe can’t make up its mind on how to pay for Russia natural gas imports that continue to fuel homes, businesses and power stations. The confusion centers on the logistics of the payments themselves. Several European gas buyers have been preparing to work around the Kremlin’s demand that gas bills be paid in rubles, rather than the euros […]

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Weakening Rupee? How To Neutralise Impact

Having exposure to international funds and gold is a must for those who have foreign currency-denominated goals, suggests Sanjay Kumar Singh. If your child is headed to a university in the United States soon and you have to pay her fees in the coming days, then the recent depreciation of the rupee from the 72-plus level in March to 75-plus […]

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US hopes India would ‘reconsider’ its decision to ban wheat exports

The US hopes India will “reconsider” its decision to ban wheat exports, with Washington “encouraging” countries not to restrict exports as that will exacerbate food shortages, amidst Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. India, the world’s second-biggest wheat producer, has banned wheat exports in a bid to check high domestic prices amid concerns of wheat output being hit by scorching heat waves. […]

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The T-Shirt Wars

Ajit Balakrishnan on the evolution of a cultural symbol. I stood gazing admiringly at the perfect green grass of the football field from the entrance to a famous gymkhana Ccub in South Bombay. How lucky are the people who have the privilege of playing football here every day, I thought. I was dressed in my usual T-shirt, jeans, and athletic […]

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Fraport Stock Down On Wider Q1 Net Loss; Backs FY22 Profit View

Shares of Fraport Group were losing around 5 percent in the morning trading in Germany after the airport operator reported Tuesday wider net loss in its first quarter, despite significantly higher revenues. Fraport’s home-base hub Frankfurt Airport or FRA’s passenger traffic grew more than 100 percent. Further, the company maintained its outlook for 2022, expecting clearly positive net result. Fraport […]

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Amazon responds to inflation with surcharges

New York (CNN)Amazon (AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos accused President Joe Biden of spreading “misdirection” on Twitter, after the president tweeted that wealthy corporations should be paying their fair share of taxes to bring down inflation. “You want to bring down inflation? Let’s make sure the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share,” Biden tweeted from his personal account Friday evening. Bezos […]

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Lil Keed Dies: Rapper Signed To Young Thug’s YSL Records Was 24

Lil Keed, a rising Atlanta rapper signed to Young Thug’s YSL Records and 300 Entertainment, died on Friday, aged 24. A cause of death has not been disclosed.  Announcing Keed’s passing was his younger brother Semaja Zair Render, who is also a rapper and goes by the name Lil Gotit. “Can’t believe I seened u die today bro I did […]

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