Greek Far Right Politician Attacks 2 Women on Live TV
Tensions ahead of fresh elections in Greece on June 17 spilled over in a televised political debate on Thursday when a spokesman for the far right Golden Dawn party physically attacked two female members of parliament from opposing political parties throwing water at one and punches at another.
Video of the incident, posted on Youtube but since removed, shows Ilias Kasidiaris in heated exchanges with Syriza party deputy Rena Dourou.
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Steve Jobs and Mickey Drexler: A Tale of Two Retailers
Apple’s retail stores are a physical reminder that the brand is the world’s most profitable technology company. They are also part of Steve Jobs’ legacy. However, the stores’ success is also thanks in part to someone outside the company — J. Crew’s CEO Mickey Drexler. It wasn’t the first time the two collaborated. At the time of Jobs’ death in October, the pair had worked together for more than a decade, with each serving on each other’s board, sharing advice and insights.
With Facebook shares trading close to their $38 offer price and revelations that retail investors got a larger-than-expected slice of the $18.4 billion IPO, market watchers are questioning whether the social network’s debut was over-hyped — not just in the media, but in the investor community.
The Facebook IPO will make dozens of people rich –some of them phenomenally so. How big a payday will major Facebook shareholders see? We perused regulatory filings and media sources to determine the major shareholders and the number of shares they own. Check out the list of those shareholders and the amount of their Facebook windfall based on the real-time price of the shares.