The Federal Court of Canada has ruled against Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté on whether his 12-day trip to space in late 2009 was a business or personal matter. The trip cost $41,816,954. Friday's ruling, distributed today, agreed with a Tax Court ruling saying in part:
#F1 's decision to lower its cost cap was widely celebrated on Wednesday, but the economic impact of COVID-19 was underlined on Friday as Williams revealed it would be open to selling its team:
NEW: Struggling French carmaker Renault on Friday announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion-euro cost-cutting plan over three years, as the company is in bad shape amid declining sales.
Here is another make-shift Pro Day: This time, #Oregon LB Troy Dye, who played the second half of the season with a club on his hand for a broken thumb and a meniscus tear that cost him postseason games and workouts. The potential Friday pick wanted to show teams he’s heathy:
Change only takes place when people begin talking about the reality of their lives — the burden of student debt, the cost of health care, racial profiling, and more — and not being ashamed to do it. Watch my full conversation with @Dreamdefenders on @TheRoot this Friday.
More than one million Chileans flooded the streets Friday in massive peaceful demonstrations over inequality, high cost of living and privatization in the largest protest since the fall of the dictatorship.