“Beans??” The girl said.
At Conergy AG’s Hamburg headquarters, on the top floors of a futuristic building with a striking, curved glass roof, Hans-Martin Rüter, founder and CEO of one of Germany’s most successful solar-energy companies, muses over last year’s acquisition of New Mexico– based Dankoff Solar Products Inc.
Bibendum, a tubby white cartoon man made of tires, made his annual voyage to America last week and awarded stars to 57 restaurants in New York City.
When India finally let its hair down after the financial liberalization of the ’90s, local chefs had to radically reconsider their chutneys.
The disappearance of an Air France flight from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Paris, France, remains a mystery, but those involved in the search said it is likely that the plane’s 216 passengers and 12 crew members are dead. Among those on board were a member of Brazil’s former royal family, a one-time performer with the Riverdance troupe, a Rio city official, executives from major international companies and an 11-year-old British schoolboy. Pedro Luis de Orleans e Braganca, 26, was a descendant of the family that ruled Brazil until 1889, a branch of the former Portuguese royal family.