He expects the mining giant to pay a premium for the Turquoise Hill shares it doesn own in the next 12 to 18 months, or once the key risks from the project are removed. Those risks include financing, a cost update on Oyu Tolgoi underground development, and next year Mongolian election.Rio Tinto has done a good job of operating Oyu Tolgoi, but Meyer does not necessarily think Turquoise Hill minority shareholders should view it as an ally. He noted that Rio has every incentive to maximize operating performance, but no incentive to the true value of the asset.
“There is clearly more excitement from consumers out there about the new styles than a year ago,” notes BI analyst Chen Grazutis on Nike’s assortment.Nike’s lifestyle air platform in particular seems to be gaining momentum. CEO Mark Parker explained the positive reception of the platform on the earnings conference call (transcript) last night.Parker: “Both the Air Vapormax and the Airmax 270 are fueling energy across our Nike Air family of products. With more air innovation in the pipeline, we now expect to grow the Nike Air business by several billion dollars over the next few years.
Zero. That very simple. For somebody to even say that that a basketball term. Mary’s Ryken guard Wynston Tabbs received offers from Virginia Tech and UNLV last Wednesday, St. Mary’s Ryken Coach Pat Behan confirmed to The Post. Tabbs, who is playing for Team Melo’s 17U team in Nike’s Elite Youth Basketball League on the AAU circuit, has seen a big spike in recruitment since the first April evaluation period.
As proponents of expanded global trade are quick to highlight, Bangladesh’s stratospheric rise in the apparel world has helped alleviate the country’s grinding poverty. But in Abedin’s case, the boom has taken more than it’s given. After losing her job, she said, she was left with a payment of $150 from her employer, to cover back pay and severance, and another $1,200, from a fund supported by Li Fung Ltd., a retail giant that contracted to have its clothes made inside the doomed factory.
Coming to their aid is a ban on alcohol on the free trains shepherding fans across Russia’s vast landscape from one city to another during the tournament. Some of those journeys are 30 hours or more. In the stadiums, spectators will be able to buy up to four beers at a time during the match, said Oraz Durdyev, legal and corporate affairs director for AB InBev Efes, the brewer that owns Budweiser, a World Cup sponsor..