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kokolevel.comThierry Henry's First game As Monaco Manager Ends In Defeat 2-1 at StrasbourgLast week,the French club Manaco appoint the Arsenal legend Thierry Henry after the sacking of former boss Leonardo Jardim. The 41-year-old Frenchman first game as a manager ended in defeat as his Monaco side were beaten 2-1 at Strasbourg in Ligue 1. The former France and Arsenal star Henry, who began his playing career at …4
americaninno.comBoston-based Salsify Opens First International Office in PortugalThree months after corporate catering marketplace ezCater moved its first steps towards international expansion following the acquisition of Paris, France-based GoCater, another Boston-based company set foot into the Old Continent.
mudabure.comSummer in France, in Two Very Different WaysOur columnist visits Megève, a gorgeous Alpine resort town, and Arles, fast becoming a cultural center. Scenes from Megève, France. Clockwise from top right: a Rochebrune cable car from the 1970s, set in a traffic roundabout in the center of town; the Hotel Chalet St. George and its restaurant, La Table du Trappeur; a view of Mont Blanc through wildflowers at the top of the Le Jaillet cable car; a nighttime view of Annecy from a footbridge on Le Thiou river.CreditCreditJada Yuan/The New York Times Our columnist, Jada Yuan, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 20181
mudabure.com71 percent of the world's super rich live in these 10 countriesMichael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Traders pass in front of an American flag displayed outside of the New York Stock Exchange in New York. The U.S. has the highest number of ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) residents, defined as those worth $30 million or more, in the world, as data firm Wealth-X highlights in a 2018 report. The population of super-rich Americans stood at 79,595 in 2017. That's more than the combined total of the next five largest countries — Japan, China, Germany, Canada and France — and means that the U.S. now accounts for 31 percent of the world's UHNW population. Here are4
travelblissnow.com8 REASONS WHY I FELL FOR SARLAT, FRANCEOne of the biggest reasons to visit Sarlat, France is that it will steal your heart. This medieval town in the Dordogne region of France will surprise you with its charm. Read on on for the 8 reasons why it should be on your travel bucket list.1
thetravelpockets.comHow To Visit 3 Countries in One Day from Barcelona: Spain, France and AndorraWhen I booked my trip to Barcelona, I was looking at different tours I could do while I was there. There were so many to choose from but what really caught my eye was the Three Countries in One Day Tour. At first, I was confused at what the third country was. I knew Barcelona was close to the French3
theedadvocate.orgCan Public Schools Survive School Choice Initiatives? - The EdvocateSpread the loveBy Matthew Lynch The U.S. lags behind France, Germany, Canada, Australia, Japan, Brazil AND the U.K. combined in math and science, despite spending more on public education than these nations. In addition, only 25 percent of high school graduates have the literacy skills they need to get a job. What’s more, every 26 seconds a U.S. student drops out of high school. In the democratization of education process, indifference to learning has risen and the standards at public schools have dropped. Based on these stats alone, change is inevitable and greatly needed. One way that Americans are trying …
mudabure.comLegendary French singer Charles Aznavour dies at age 94French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour is seen in this undated file photo. (© AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET) PARIS -- Charles Aznavour's performing career endured eight decades, with a prompter in his final years the sole concession to age -- or to difficulty recalling a 1,000-song repertoire. Known as France's Frank Sinatra, the dapper crooner and actor, who got his start as a songwriter and protege of Edith Piaf, died Monday at 94. His versatile tenor, lush lyrics and kinetic stage presence endeared himself to fans the world over, but nowhere more so than in France. He sang to sold-out concert6