Month: February 2021

Telefónica’s top management have given a strong indication that we can expect more fibre infrastructure deals from the telco in Latin America. Fresh from announcing the sale of 60% of its fibre assets in Chile to investment group KKR, a deal that valued the business at US$1 billion, the Spanish operator revealed that it is
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‘The Minister’s Black Veil’ is one of the best-known and most widely studied short stories written by the American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne. Subtitled ‘A Parable’, the story originally appeared in a gift book titled The Token and Atlantic Souvenir in 1836, before being collected in Hawthorne’s short-story collection Twice-Told Tales, the following year. ‘The Minister’s
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Photography via instagram.com/glowrecipeCatch up on the beauty news you may have missed, including the first-ever Glow Recipe body product and Detox Market’s new cleansers. By Souzan Michael Galway Date February 27, 2021 Facebook Twitter Glow Recipe launched its first-ever body product If you’re a fan of cult favourite skincare brand Glow Recipe‘s previous watermelon-scented products
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United Airlines passengers wait in the boarding area for their flights at Denver International Airport in Denver, Colorado. Robert Alexander | Getty Images United Airlines‘ latest ski destinations will be accessible by bus. The Chicago-based airline on March 11 will start offering three-times-a-day bus service from its Denver International Airport hub to Breckenridge, Colorado and
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It’s Friday morning, the kickoff to the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference, and one thing is clear from the start: the Orlando resort hosting this year’s event is teeming. Conference-goers crowd the Hyatt Regency’s air-conditioned hallways. In the lobby, recent arrivals wait impatiently with their bags. The line I’m moving through is progressing swiftly into
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Bill Maher took aim at cancel culture, saying it’s become McCarthyism in reverse. Maher ended ‘Real Time’ Friday night with a blistering attack on cancel culture, using examples like Chris Harrison and Justin Timberlake, but warning it’s not just about celebrities anymore … he says it’s coming to a neighborhood near you. Bill grouses he
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Spanish towers giant Cellnex is dropping €1.6 billion to buy Polkomtel Infrastruktura and its 7,000 Polish towers and sites. Cellnex CEO Tobias Martinez likes to narrate his shopping compulsion with nice, long quotes. “First, it allows Cellnex to rapidly consolidate and reinforce its position in Poland following the recent announcement to acquire towers and sites
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There’s no shortage of good crime dramas to watch or rewatch—Breaking Bad, Ozark, Sopranos, The Shield, The Wire, Fargo, and True Detective (all three seasons, to be honest). And you can never forget the infinite catalog of CSI and Law and Order episodes which are perfect for lazy Sundays and lulling you to sleep after
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