Mia Smith’s parents have bet their house on the 12-year-old’s tennis talent.
Michelin’s new star ratings for U.K. restaurants, scheduled to be published on Oct. 4, appeared on the company’s website today, a week early.
Jordan wants companies to express interest in developing its oil shale resources, the director general of the kingdom’s National Resources Authority said.
Jordan expects to sign a final agreement within a few weeks with Estonia’s Eesti Energia AS for the construction of a power plant that burns shale oil, the Natural Resources Authority’s director-general said.
Half a million diners who have booked via Toptable.com have given their verdict on U.K. restaurants and the Top 100 is led by venues in Scotland.
Nokia Oyj, the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones by volume, closed the last of its 10 online stores today as Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop pares parts of the company’s operations.
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China’s loan to potash billionaire Suleiman Kerimov should give the country its first direct access to companies that dominate supplying the crop nutrient to the global fertilizer industry.