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10 Views · 6 months ago

Qui sont ceux qui sont placés aux meilleures tables dans certains restos parisiens, qui sont recrutés en priorité dans certaines boutiques de vêtements, et qui sont parfois payés, quel que soit leur métier, un peu plus que les autres (12 % d’après une étude anglaise) ? Réponse : les beaux.
En France, la discrimination sur l’apparence physique est pourtant illégale. Pas aux États-Unis, où tous les coups sont permis.

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12 Views · 6 months ago

Mamba Games, One Team , One Passion

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11 Views · 6 months ago

⁣One Team , One Passion

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8 Views · 6 months ago

⁣One Team Basketball Kinshasa

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19 Views · 6 months ago

Les Français dévorent plus de dix kilos de pizza par an et par habitant, loin devant les Italiens et juste derrière les Américains. Vendu entre 1 et 5 euros dans les rayons des hypermarchés, ce plat offre deux avantages aux industriels : elle est un produit refuge de la crise et elle a échappé au scandale de la viande de cheval. Mais le secteur est gagné par une concurrence effrénée et une guerre des prix quasi générale. Quelles sont les techniques des industriels pour gagner quelques centimes d'euro ? Sur quoi les industriels rognent-ils pour afficher des prix toujours plus concurrentiels ? D'où viennent les ingrédients d’une pizza industrielle ? De Naples, le berceau de la pizza, jusque dans les coulisses des plus grands fabricants, enquête sur les secrets de la pizza vendue en grande surface. -

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9 Views · 6 months ago

ble 0:03:00 - boulangerie 0:31:28 - marque 1:06:11
Capital Sandwich, baguette, prix du ble les nouvelles batailles du pain

Le blé est la matière première de référence dans beaucoup de sociétés. Mais alors qu’elle est présente dans beaucoup d’aliments de base, le prix de la tonne ne cesse d’augmenter, jusqu’à avoir doublé entre 2021 et 2022. Et les causes d’une telle flambée des prix semblent multiples. De leur côté, les meuniers ne cessent d’innover en proposant des farines permettant de trouver des baguettes dont le goût sera identique partout. Par ailleurs, les boulangeries investissent massivement dans leur offre de snacking. Une offre qui représente aujourd’hui de 20 à 40 % de leur chiffre d’affaires.

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31 Views · 7 months ago

Hommes enceints : la campagne du planning familial fait polémique. Pour en parler, Dora Moutot, ancienne rédactrice en chef de Konbini, créatrice de la page Instagram « @Tasjoui », co-auteur d’une lettre parue le 22 août dans « Marianne » interpelant Elisabeth Borne sur « ce que devient le planning familial ».



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4 Views · 7 months ago

⁣Bumbling, childlike Mr. Bean has trouble completing the simplest of tasks in day-to-day life, but his perseverance and resourcefulness frequently allow him to find ingenious ways around problems.

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10 Views · 7 months ago

This week, we had a long ride to Iju Ota in Ogun State, to feature the Wilson’s Lemonade Juice on the Startup Show.
Ever since we started the “Go There” episodes, it has never been this adventurous, first the long ride, the roads, the traffic, then the walk through the factory, this would be the first time I will enter a production factory and so it was like an excursion.
The first time I saw the Wilson’s Lemonade on the shelves at the Barcelos, I thought that it was a foreign drink and so I ordered it with my friend and we liked it, I looked through the bottle and found that it was a Nigerian drink, being a startup lover, I started digging for info about them immediately.
When I got to know it’s pure fruit juice, I thought it was just like the smoothies bar at the back of my office where I walked down to get fresh juice daily, but it was so different, it was a state-of-the-art modern fresh juice factory.
Walking through the factory, one will think it’s a multi-million naira business, but while sitting down for a few gist with Seyi and Seun Abolaji (Cofounders of Wilson’s Lemonade) I was made to understand that the whole thing started only with N2000, yes you heard right, two thousand naira only.
On the video, you will see how blank I looked, I could not understand, how do they keep doing these things, how can a factory of this magnitude be created out with 2000 naira investment, it still a misery.
We talked about their life as African-American kids, the return to Nigeria and their early beginnings.
Seyi and Seun said they were told at a very young age that everything in Nigeria were natural and fresh, but when they returned to Nigeria after their study they realized that most fruit juice in Nigeria was from concentrate, so they just wanted to make fresh juice for themselves but now they have built a premium juice brands, that would give every Nigerian an opportunity to drink healthy and to live a healthy life.
The Abolaji brothers disclosed that they have not spend any money on placement, on marketing or advertising but how did they get to where they are, secure partnership with Shoprite, Spa, Barcelos etc. It is all on this week episode of the Startup Show, tune in and be inspired.

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26 Views · 7 months ago

He left America with $10 to Sell Lemonade in Nigeria is another episode of my promoting Africa series where I feature black entrepreneurs all across Africa who have built successful businesses and they tell us how they did it.

Today I’m gonna share with you the story of Seyi Abolaji, a Nigerian Founder who built a drink company in Nigeria that has become a household name. He started selling orange juice at Covenant University then went on to create a bigger brand called Wilson’s lemonade in 2010. I am a consumer of his product and it was amazing to finally get the opportunity to share his story which is a really inspiring one so definitely watch this to the end.

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20 Views · 7 months ago

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9 Views · 7 months ago

In recent months, the Federal Reserve made avoidable mistakes that fueled inflation. That's the view of a range of economists and policymakers, including some voting members of the Federal Open Market Committee. In the spring, some FOMC members called for an end to the extraordinary levels of monetary and fiscal stimulus provided in the depths of the pandemic. The central bank must now raise interest rates at a fast pace to combat rising prices, potentially dampening economic growth in the U.S. The Federal Reserve was contacted for comment but is in a media blackout before the expected rate announcement later today.

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How The U.S. Made Inflation Worse

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13 Views · 7 months ago

ExxonMobil, one of the most powerful players in the energy industry, is at a crossroads. For more than a century, the company made billions selling and refining oil and gas and was seen as financially and politically untouchable. But today, with mounting concerns around climate change, the company is coming under pressure from both outside and within to transform its business and figure out a place in a lower carbon future. Watch the video to learn about how ExxonMobil started out as a company making kerosene, why some blame it for a climate change misinformation campaign, and where the company says it will generate future profits as the world transitions away from oil and gas.
The full documentary, "ExxonMobil at the Crossroads," is streaming now on Peacock and CNBC.com.

00;30;05 History of ExxonMobil
03;31;23 Misinformation campaign?
06;05;08 Shareholder rebellion
09;40;06 Low carbon projects
13;48;27 Biofuels

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How ExxonMobil Is Banking On Biofuels

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12 Views · 7 months ago

The US is likely to experience higher inflation for some time, and the top economic job is to ease price growth and not cut rates too soon, International Monetary Fund First Deputy Managing Director Gita Gopinath says. She spoke to Bloomberg's Michael McKee in Jackson Hole.

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6 Views · 7 months ago

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9 Views · 7 months ago

The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

Oct. 1, 2020 | Bobby Carter -- In this Tiny Desk (home) concert, R&B star Jhené Aiko coasts through an eight-song medley that plays like the ultimate nod to her legions of fans — fans who've been begging for a Tiny Desk for a long time.

The Los Angeles native's star status is a result of her music's versatility and vulnerability. Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo has carved out a space of her own over the past decade, despite a rapidly changing R&B landscape. As a songwriter, she leaves no stone unturned, explicitly expressing her struggle, joy and ****uality while always administering the vibe.

Her latest album, Chilombo, released just before the pandemic hit the U.S., doubled down and leaned into the therapeutic nature of her songs — and that same aesthetic fuels her Tiny Desk. Backed by an ensemble of masked players, Aiko bookends her set with a sound bath of singing bowls that's peace personified through sound.

"Lotus (Intro)"
"Do Better Blues"
"To Love & Die"
"Born Tired"
"Summer 2020"
"Eternal Sunshine"

Jhené Aiko: vocals
Julian Le: keys
Bubby: bass
Gracie Sprout: harp
Brain Warfield: percussion

Video By: Brandon Parker
Audio By: Gregg Rominiecki
Producer: Bobby Carter
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29 Views · 7 months ago

Let's talk BIZ!! I have several different income streams and have learned a LOT as an entrepreneur, so I break it all down in this video. I hope it's helpful!

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19 Views · 7 months ago

Brendan Kane grew his IG account to 1 million followers in 30 days. He runs a research an analysis company to study viral videos. So you could say he knows what makes viral videos tick. In this interview with Brendan Kane author of One Million Followers and Hook Point, Chris and Brandan discuss the art behind consistently going viral with video.

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12 Views · 7 months ago

Un vent de panique gagne l’Europe face à la perspective d’une pénurie de gaz pour chauffer et éclairer les ménages cet hiver. Mais la crise énergétique pourrait perdurer au printemps et toucher de plein fouet les industries.
Invité : Laurent Horvath, géo-économiste des énergies
Présentation : Jean-Philippe Schaller

Le débit du gazoduc Nord Stream 1, qui relie la Russie à l’Europe, est réduit à 20% seulement de ses capacités, depuis cet été. Le prix du mégawattheure de gaz naturel est passé de 40 euros en juillet 2021 à plus de 200 euros aujourd’hui. En réponse aux sanctions adoptées par les pays européens depuis le début de l’offensive russe en Ukraine, Moscou use de l’arme du gaz pour faire pression sur un continent très dépendant.

Les Européens se préparent à devoir se passer du gaz russe - qui représentait encore 40% de leurs importations avant la guerre - bien plus vite que ce qu’ils avaient prévu. Les dirigeants de l’Union tentent à tout prix de remplir leurs réservoirs de gaz en prévision de l’hiver et misent aussi sur une baisse de la consommation. Les pays membres se sont mis d'accord, en juillet, pour réduire volontairement de 15% leur consommation de gaz. En Suisse, le Conseil fédéral vient de s'aligner sur cet objectif.

- Risque de pénurie durable -

"Est-ce qu’on aura cet hiver des coupures de gaz? Est -ce qu'entre aujourd'hui et l'hiver nous allons recevoir assez de gaz des différents pays? C'est la grande question qu’on se pose actuellement", relève Laurent Horvath, géo-économiste des énergies, invité dans l’émission Géopolitis. "On sait que l’hiver sera compliqué. (...) L’approvisionnement en gaz, c'est comme un bidon : vous avez un grand trou au fond et vous devez remplir sans arrêt votre bidon pour qu'il soit plein. Si on n'arrive plus à le remplir, il va se vider. Et le risque qu'ont pourrait avoir, c'est qu'aux mois d'avril, mai, juin de l'année prochaine, il n'y ait plus de gaz."

Si au printemps, les besoins en chauffage sont moins importants, le gaz restera un élément-clé pour le fonctionnement de nombreuses industries, comme la métallurgie ou le secteur automobile. Laurent Horvath s’inquiète d’une possible vague de fermetures d'usines et de licenciements causée par le manque de gaz ou son prix trop élevé.

Au sommaire:
00:00 Les enjeux de la dépendance énergétique européenne
02:11 L’Europe face à la menace d’une coupure du gaz russe
05:50 Laurent Horvath: "On sait que l’hiver sera compliqué"
11:39 Très dépendante du gaz russe, l’Allemagne craint une crise énergétique majeure
13:47 Laurent Horvath: "La crise va permettre de prendre conscience de la valeur de l’énergie"
20:02 L’Europe à la recherche de nouveaux fournisseurs de gaz, grâce au GNL
22:34 En 1973, le pétrole comme arme énergétique lors du premier choc pétrolier

#poutine #russie #gaz
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