Month: October 2022

6:51 PM ET Associated Press LEXINGTON, Ky. — Flightline has given John Sadler plenty to smile about this year, and his prospects look good for the trainer maintaining it. The unbeaten horse is the 3-5 morning-line favorite for the Breeders’ Cup Classic and will start the $6 million season finale from the No. 4 post
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Tax rises are “likely” to come soon as the government faces an “unpalatable menu” to find ways to fill a £40bn fiscal black hole, a leading think tank has warned. A Resolution Foundation report suggests Rishi Sunak and his Chancellor Jeremy Hunt face a thankless task to re-balance the nation’s finances after former chancellor Kwasi
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Blink Charging (BLNK), one of the leading EV charging companies across North America and Europe, is unleashing Plug&Charge technology to make an effortless experience, prompting further zero-emission adoption. Since its foundation in 2009, Blink Charging has grown into an EV charging powerhouse. The accelerating pace of electric vehicle adoption over the past several years has
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Offshore wind farm. davee hughes uk | Moment | Getty Images The developer for a major offshore wind power project in Massachusetts has asked state regulators to pause review of the contract for one month, saying that global price hikes, inflation and supply chain shortages are disrupting the plan. The Commonwealth Wind project, which would
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David Wadhwani, president of Adobe’s Digital Media unit, speaks at Adobe’s Max conference in Los Angeles in October 2022. Adobe In September 2009, with the stock market still in the doldrums from the Great Recession, Adobe announced plans to spend $1.8 billion for marketing software vendor Omniture, its second-biggest acquisition ever at the time. Prior
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Russia faces “severe consequences” if Vladimir Putin chooses to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, the foreign secretary has said. James Cleverly also suggested the Russian president was “exacting vengeance” on civilians in Ukraine and low-income countries around the world for his “military failures” by targeting power stations and pulling out of a vital grain export
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