ARE, Sweden — Of all the people flying in to attend Lindsey Vonn's final race — her dad and two siblings, U.S. Ski Team top brass and even Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark — one very significant other will be missing.P.K. Subban, Vonn's boyfriend and a defenseman for the NHL's Nashville Predators, has a game to play in Tennessee on Sunday hours after Vonn bids skiing goodbye in the downhill at the world championships in Sweden."I would've liked to be there for that and celebrate with her," Subban told The Associated Press. "I've got to do the best I can to support her from afar." Lindsey Vonn ready to go 'full throttle' in final raceEarlier this season, when Vonn was out recovering from another in a long line of knee injuries, Subban kept Vonn's spirits up when she couldn't even bear to watch a ski race."It's a great thing that I have such an upbeat boyfriend," Vonn said. "He runs around in a pajama suit making me laugh and that takes my mind off of things. He's just … [Read more...] about Lindsey Vonn and boyfriend P.K. Subban go together like snow and ice
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This article is available to Members of The Local. Read more Membership Exclusives here. In 2010, cross-cultural couples – or those involving a native Swede and a foreigner – made up nine percent of all married couples in Sweden. And according to a survey of expats in Sweden by Internations, more foreigners relocate to Sweden to be with their partner than for any other reason: 25 percent of those who responded said they moved to the country for love. This group faces unique challenges, from where to spend Christmas to which language to use with their children, while the partner who relocates must adjust to an entirely new culture, often leaving behind a job, family and friends. So what about the people who uproot their lives for a relationship which later ends? It's not an uncommon situation; the divorce rate among cross-cultural couples is significantly higher than that of both native couples and those where both partners come from the same foreign country, yet … [Read more...] about What happens when you move across the world for love, then break up?
Business | The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Mr. Ghosn, the ousted Nissan executive, wasn’t supposed to succeed in Japan, but he never expected to fail like this. He faces charges of financial wrongdoing at the company he helped save. Credit Credit Kelsey Dake Supported by ByAmy Chozick and Motoko Rich Dec. 30, 2018 Carlos Ghosn was tired. At 64 years old, the chairman of an auto empire that spanned several continents and included Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi wasn’t bouncing back from jet lag the way he used to. Melatonin wasn’t working anymore, and he had bouts of insomnia, phoning his children in the middle of the night or going on long walks around his Tokyo or Paris neighborhood. He planned to retire soon, stepping back from spending his life on an airplane, albeit a luxurious one paid for by Nissan. Last month, just before Thanksgiving weekend, Mr. … [Read more...] about The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn