Fresh from setting the world of athletics alight by running a blistering new world record time of 9.58 seconds in the men’s 100 meters at the World Championships in Berlin, Usain Bolt has told reporters "anything is possible" for the future. The triple Olympic champion, who is 22-years-old, told the official Web site of athletics world governing body (IAAF) that he could reduce his record-breaking times even further in the future. “Anything is possible.
General Motors’ foreshortened bankruptcy, which was finished with the emergence last week of a “new” GM, owes a thank you to the Chrysler Group for blazing a short, quick path through the courts. Now GM’s recovery will rest on its ability to hold onto customers or win over new ones.
The opening of clothing retailer H&M’s first store in China’s capital was marked by the sight of hundreds of umbrellas clustered around its front doors. These were fearless shoppers, determined to get fist dibs on the new merchandise. It was a cold and rainy morning as salespeople opened dozens of new branded umbrellas and passed them out for free