Davis Cup Previews and Predictions, Semifinals: Great Britain vs. Argentina; France vs. Croatia Murray is 6-2 in their head to head, he beat Delpo in a tight four-set match for the Olympic gold medal ... France-Croatia is a tough one to call. The French doubles team of Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert, one of the game’s best, should have ... 09/15/2016 - 5:37 am | View Link
EXCLUSIVE: Is this proof France is planning to let migrants get to Britain? Passport control signs showing UK, French and EU flags are found DUMPED near Calais Jungle after Brexit Four giant Passport Control signs showing the French flag, the UK's Union flag and the stars of the European Union in a display of unity, lie discarded on the ground at the Port of Calais. The 12ft by 9ft signs once directed motorists leaving France into ... 06/28/2016 - 6:04 pm | View Link
'Please stay', French businesses implore Britain If the so-called Brexit takes place, Britain would lose its free trade access to the bloc. Polls suggest the race is tight and could go either way. "For you, for us, for all of us: please don't leave," concluded the letter. Other companies signing the ... 06/20/2016 - 10:48 pm | View Link
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Illegal migrants smuggled into Britain on inflatable boats Migrants have been paying up to £10,000 each to cross the Channel to Britain in inflatable boats as people-smugglers seek new routes to avoid tight security at Calais ... paid the amount to be taken from the French coast near Dunkirk to Whitstable in ... 04/12/2016 - 2:01 pm | View Link
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US Route 101 is the highway that connects Silicon Valley with San Francisco.
The highway itself is no different from any other road, but there’s one major difference: weird billboards.
Sure, you'll find the standard fast food joint or car dealership signs along the way, but most of the billboards are served up by tech companies you've probably never heard of.
We recently took a drive up the 101 to see what companies advertise on Silicon Valley's busiest highway.
How is it that Donald Trump only gets a reported 4 hours of sleep each night? Especially with all the stress he must be under during this election cycle? Or better yet, how is it that Leonardo Da Vinci only slept in 20 minute spans every four hours? The "Sleepless Elite" usually tout their lack of snoozing as the key to their success.
Scott Olson/Getty ImagesIf corporate money controls our politics, as Bernie Sanders and others have claimed, then how did the Republican Party – the reputed party of business – manage to nominate a candidate whom almost no one in Big Business supports? And why have so many been so silent about it?
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal reports that not one CEO at a Fortune 100 company has donated to Trump's campaign, whereas one-third supported Mitt Romney in 2012.