Bob Dylan sold his entire catalog to Sony Music

Business , Jan 25, 08:54 0 Bob Dylan has sold his records to Sony Music, the deal could be up to $ 200 million The deal was worth between $150 million and $200 million, according to Variety magazine. Bob Dylan (Фото: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images / AFI) Bob Dylan sold the entire catalog of … Read more

Never before has such a large part of corona tests at GGD turned out positive | Inland

A week earlier, 36.8 percent were positive, which was a record at the time. The week before it was 34.1 percent and a week earlier it was 30.8 percent. The commercial testers have never had as many positive tests as last week, although the percentage is considerably lower than that of the GGDs. Of the … Read more

A large deep coral reef discovered near Tahiti

“It’s a setting as far as the eye can see, covered with these corals in the shape of giant roses that line the bottom. They make me think of the work of a great couturier,” said diver photographer Alexis Rosenfeld. ALEXIS ROSENFELD/UNESCO/1 OCEAN A large deep coral reef was discovered in French Polynesia, not far … Read more

Parents’ worst nightmare! 5 important mistakes to avoid

Another important point that parents are worried about in high fever is that they think that their child will have a seizure and as a result, permanent damage to the brain will occur. Contrary to popular belief, however, only 4 percent of children aged 6 months to 5 years develop convulsions in febrile conditions. Simple … Read more

Due to the large price increase, many companies are raising wages higher than planned

Some wage increases were planned by large and medium-sized companies, often with an international background, but they had to overwrite their plans and still have to throw in a few percent due to large price increases. This is shown by a survey of 182 companies, which is a large survey, and the results are available … Read more

Prof. Vitanov: The number of new cases will be large, but monstrous values ​​will not be reached

The mathematician Prof. Nikolay Vitanov posted on Facebook brief information about the operational situation for the pandemic of January 20, 2022. “The number of new cases will be large, but monstrous values ​​such as 60,000, 70,000 or 100,000 cases a day will not be reached. The reason – the uneven burning of Kovid fire in … Read more

Gambling Suspicion|The FA investigates Arsenal players receiving a yellow card for suspected unusually large bets (15:11) – 20220120 – Sports – Instant News

The FA was informed by the bookmaker that in an Arsenal Premier League match this season, someone placed a huge bet on a player to receive a yellow card, thinking the incident was unusual. The FA said it was aware of the incident, but stressed that it was not a formal investigation and that due … Read more

This large company wants to recruit 500 people this year in Belgium

Published on Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 08:56 Through Sudinfo with Belga Randstad Group Belgium plans to recruit 500 new employees by the end of the year. Currently, a hundred positions are already open, on the one hand to ensure its growth and on the other hand to replace staff, the interim and human resources … Read more

Large Asteroid Will Pass Near Earth Early February, Is It Dangerous?

KOMPAS.com – a asteroid a giant 42 meters in diameter will pass close Earth early February. Asteroid that will pass near this earth is large asteroid 2022 AA. Amateur astronomer Marufin Sudibyo said the asteroid was discovered on January 1, 2022 through the Purple Mountain Observatory facility, Xu Yi station in China. “(Asteroids) have been … Read more

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KOMPAS.com – a asteroid a giant 42 meters in diameter will pass close Earth early February. Asteroid that will pass near this earth is large asteroid 2022 AA. Amateur astronomer Marufin Sudibyo said the asteroid was discovered on January 1, 2022 through the Purple Mountain Observatory facility, Xu Yi station in China. “(Asteroids) have been … Read more