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Monster Worldwide annonce ses résultats pour le deuxième trimestre 2015

WESTON, Massachusetts , 1 août 2015 /NEWS.GNOM.ES/ — Points financiers marquants du deuxième trimestre : La société dépasse toutes les attentes pour tous les paramètres de rentabilité BAIIA ajusté de 29 millions USD en hausse de 13 % en glissement annuel La marge du BAIIA ajusté atteint 16 % La marge du BAIIA ajusté Carrières – Amérique du Nord atteint 29 % Le BPA hors PCGR de $0,10 augmente de 25 % en glissement annuel ; BPA PCGR de ($0,01) Chiffre d’affaires de 180 millions USD en baisse de 2 % en glissement annuel à taux de change constant Le chiffre d’affaires Carrières – Amérique du Nord a atteint un point d’inflexion Flux de trésorerie lié à l’exploitation de 16 millions USD La société réaffirme son objectif de marge du BAIIA de 18-22 % pour le quatrième trimestre 2015 Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE : MWW) a annoncé aujourd’hui ses résultats financiers du deuxième trimestre et des six mois clos le 30 juin 2015. Continue reading

Man who studied Cecil the lion for 9 years talks impact

By GERALD IMRAY, Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) — When Cecil the lion’s carcass was finally found after he was lured out of a Zimbabwe wildlife reserve to be killed by an American hunter, it was a headless, skinless skeleton the vultures had been picking at for about a week. Continue reading

American Pharoah poised for more racing history in Haskell

By RICHARD ROSENBLATT, AP Racing Writer From a beauty salon in Beverly Hills to an intersection in Zurich people are talking about American Pharoah. Derek Jeter. Continue reading

Protesters inhale laughing gas outside UK Parliament

LONDON (AP) — Dozens of giggling demonstrators have inhaled laughing gas outside Britain’s Parliament to protest government plans to ban it and other “legal highs.” The Conservative government has announced a crackdown on psychoactive substances, drafting a bill to outlaw the sale for non-medical purposes of mood-altering drugs, excluding alcohol, nicotine and caffeine. The ban would include nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, which is used as a dental anesthetic and also taken recreationally by weekend clubbers Continue reading

Zimbabwean authorities restrict hunting after lion killing

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwean wildlife authorities say they have suspended the hunting of lions, leopards and elephants in an area favored by hunters following the killing of a lion popular with tourists. The National Parks and Wildlife Authority said Saturday that bow and arrow hunts have also been suspended unless they are approved by the authority’s director. The authority says it is also investigating the killing of another lion in April that may have been illegal Continue reading

Feds: Action taken to fix mistakenly awarded work permits

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Data: Nearly 5 dozen give a third of all ’16 campaign cash

By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JACK GILLUM, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — It took Ted Cruz three months to raise $10 million for his campaign for president, a springtime sprint of $1,000-per-plate dinners, hundreds of handshakes and a stream of emails asking supporters to chip in a few bucks. One check, from one donor, topped those results. New York hedge fund magnate Robert Mercer’s $11 million gift to a group backing the Texas Republican’s White House bid put him atop a tiny group of millionaires and billionaires whose contributions already dwarf those made by the tens of thousands of people who have given to their favorite presidential candidate. Continue reading

Putin puts Crimean site under federal control after scandal

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, Associated Press MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Saturday placed a major archaeological site in Crimea, which he has hailed as the country’s most sacred spiritual symbol, under federal control following turmoil over the appointment of its director. The Kremlin said that Putin ordered the area of the ancient Greek city of Chersonesus to be placed under federal oversight Continue reading

NBA’s current, former stars put on show in Africa exhibition

NBA basketball player Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers watches his shot during the Team World practice for their NBA Africa Game at Ellis Park Arena in Johannesburg, South Africa, Friday, July 31, 2015. The NBA is in Africa, and a practice session at a downtown Johannesburg arena on Friday, the day before the NBA’s first exhibition game on this continent, was dominated not by basketball but by talk of who is going where and doing what off the court. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe) Associated Press Aug Continue reading

The Latest: Mourners arrive for funeral of Bobbi Kristina

By The Associated Press 11:50 a.m. Continue reading