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In 1952, Fleming confided to Hamilton his plans to marry Ann Rothermere, the soon-to-be divorced wife of the 2nd Viscount Rothermere, who was then chairman of Associated Newspapers, owner of the Daily Mail. He writes from his home in Chelsea: CD just
Before there was Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, before there was George Soros or David Swensen, there was John Maynard Keynes. Keynes, whose economic theories have been hugely influential though they remain controversial pioneered many of the
The reason I haven't written you for a long time is that I have been giving every moment to getting a new children's book finished. And now at last I have finished it, and I know jolly well that I am going to have to spend the next three months
An international holiday of sorts, where those unable to delay gratification line up overnight (or just early in the morning) to get the very first iPhone their local store will sell them. This year, there are two: the updated 5S and the colourful 5C.
On the morning of our wedding in 1992, he disappeared up into his office to write a beautiful speech about us. I thought it was lovely that he didn't make something up as he went along.' Four-year-old Natalie was bridesmaid at the ceremony at
9 August 2013 0 View comments Move over Samuel Pepys, a new diarist has emerged on the scene whose epic work makes the great chronicler of the 17th century's look like hastily scribbled musings on a post-it note. Weighing half-a-tonne, comprising 151
I am surprised this was awarded to her as most of India is now corrupt.
And Rosenberg knows this change of tone has surprised his readers. Because, quoting economist John Maynard Keynes earlier this month he wrote: "When the facts change, I change my mind...To embed this post, copy the code below and paste into your
Rather than being for or against Keynesianism, policy makers should pragmatically try to respond to the most pressing economic issues, an economist writes. Tax breaks and incentives currently devoted to luring companies to move could be better spent
Tabatha Southey Special to The Globe and Mail Last updated Friday, May. PM EDT Niall Ferguson. (Blair Gable for The Globe and Mail) Niall Ferguson, a professor of history at Harvard University, has apologized for his recent remarks to 500 financial