Scott Jamieson will face another head-to-head battle with Alexander Bjork on Sunday after the pair maintained their narrow lead at the Tshwane Open.
Each family that runs its own business also has its own culture, say two psychologists who work with wealthy families. And understanding those cultures — which these psychologists break down into three groups — can make it easier to resolve intergenerational or cross-cultural conflicts that arise as the business matures and expands.
Andy Murray breezed past Fernando Verdasco to claim the Dubai Tennis Championships and his first title of the year with a 6-3 6-2 success.
BEIJING — “FAKE NEWS,” a Twitter post declared. “Prejudice-based,” another said. “Cleverly orchestrated lies,” a news article asserted. President Trump’s harangues against the American news media appear to have inspired a new genre of commentary in
Two-time champion Rafael Nadal raced past third-seeded Marin Cilic 6-1 6-2 to reach the ATP Mexico Open final, where his perfect Acapulco record will be put to the test by Sam Querrey.
Last November, the Environmental Protection Agency announced it would request and gather information from 15,000 oil and gas companies under the Clean Air Act to “assist the Administrator of EPA in developing emissions standards for oil and gas facilities.
‘Cold War mindset’: US & Japan present Beijing as ‘enemy’ to boost military ties, says Chinese envoy
“It sounds as if Japan and the United States are purposely taking China as their enemy and saying ‘Let’s join hands and go at China’,” ambassador Cheng Yonghua said Friday in Beijing, Kyodo reports.
The Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), a consultative assembly that serves as a loose equivalent of an upper chamber of parliament began its meetings on Friday, and the National People’s Congress (NPC), the legislative assembly will do the same on Sunday, for a fortnight-long event known as the “Two Sessions” in China’s political calendar.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The Malaysian Foreign Ministry said Friday that it was “greatly concerned” by the use of a banned chemical weapon in a public place to assassinate Kim Jong-nam, the half brother of North Korea’s leader, and has asked for international help in responding to the episode.
On Friday, the Pawnee Nation filed the suit against the oil companies alleging that they were the cause of the sharp increase in earthquakes over the past few years. One of which – the largest earthquake in the state’s history, a magnitude 5.8, which caused extensive damage to several historic buildings and residential homes in Pawnee in September.