“Through their spirit of generosity and their strong promotion of research excellence, Barry and Joy have truly changed the lives of thousands – if not millions – of people in Australia and around the world who suffer from conditions that may be alleviated by the use of safe and effective cannabinoid therapeutics.”
It is the first time that the Tesla Cybertruck has been seen on a public road and it is not expected to be production for about two years.
BRIT’s President and Executive Director Dr Ed Schneider praised the efforts of Crittenden Estate and the winning Cri de Coeur Pinot Noir, stating “the combination of sustainable programs with the family’s love of the land has produced a wine that is truly outstanding”.
Bernard Arnault, 70, is allegedly worth US$107.8 billion, taking him ahead of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, whose wealth has dropped to US$107.4. Arnault is the richest person in Europe.
"I don't think you can judge someone's work output by the amount of leave they are taking. Someone who takes a lot of leave could be getting the same amount of work done as someone who's not," said Rocketwerkz CEO Dean Hall
Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang: “As a result of the continuous innovation and changes to the Hong Kong capital market, we are able to realise what we regrettably missed out on five years ago. Today, we realised what we said then: ‘When conditions allow, we will come back to Hong Kong.’”
The boards of luxury goods multinational conglomerate LVMH and New York based Tiffany & Co. were meeting on Sunday to finalise a deal that would value the jewellers at US$16.7 billion.
“We’ve got the award-winning vegan wrap which I have quite frequently and the vegan sausage roll which I’ll have about once a week, and now we have the sweet choice with the vegan sweet mince pie,” said CEO Roger Whiteside.
Order books for its US$12 billion Hong Kong share sale have already been covered "multiple times", sources with direct knowledge of the matter said last Friday, as the e-commerce group kicked off its campaign for the secondary listing.
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess praised Elon Musk for showing that electric cars are capable of competing with vehicles powered by fossil fuels. Volkswagen has announced plans to invest €30 billion (US$33 billion) to electrify its entire product lineup over the next four years.