Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Energy & Environment Log In Log In Today’s Paper Energy & Environment | Battle for PG&E Hinges on Rival Plans and Uncertain Costs Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByLauren Hepler and Peter Eavis Oct. 7, 2019, 8:01 p.m. ET SAN FRANCISCO — California’s biggest utility is battling for its future. And it’s not a simple fight. Wildfire victims are joining forces with bondholders to contest its bankruptcy plan. Hedge funds are arrayed on both sides. Shareholders could come away winners or losers — and so could customers. The competing interests are colliding in a San Francisco courtroom where a judge is sorting out the restructuring of the utility, Pacific Gas & Electric. PG&E is struggling to control its destiny, and even to remain intact. On Monday, as others sought to take the matter … [Read more...] about Battle for PG&E Hinges on Rival Plans and Uncertain Costs
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Putin Aims to Revive the Economy With a Plan. And Pianos. Advertisement Supported by ByIvan Nechepurenko and Andrew E. Kramer June 5, 2019 MOSCOW — Even as Russia has muscled back onto the world stage politically, its economy suffers from flat growth and shrinking incomes. President Vladimir V. Putin has a plan to change that — and it involves pianos. Kremlin officials say they will use an important investor conference opening Thursday in St. Petersburg to promote a new, six-year $400 billion stimulus plan, covering a dozen sectors of the economy. There are some classic big-and-spend efforts, like building roads and airports. And then the plan gets creative. It calls for Russia to buy 900 pianos and build 50 covered ice rinks. Russian scientists will, by 2024, publish 200 articles on … [Read more...] about Putin Aims to Revive the Economy With a Plan. And Pianos.
You may know where you want to go financially in life, but how do you get there? Fraser Porter steers us through financial planning and tax advice Planning is bringing the future into the present, so that you can do something about it now.” This quote by inspirational American author Alan Lakein succinctly describes the benefits of financial planning. When asked, we can conjure up the ideal end destination – the round-the-world trip, early retirement, or that true feeling of financial independence. Yet, when we consider the route – the road that will get us to the goal – things become less clear.This is often the situation for our clients when they first contact AAB Wealth. They have worked hard to build their wealth and know where they wish to go. Yet, how do they get there?How to make best use of one’s resources, capitalise on available allowances and maximise tax-efficiency? It is not straightforward, with a myriad of tax-traps and continually … [Read more...] about How experts can steer financial planning and tax advice for successful family businesses
Ignore whatever and whoever is not scheduled. John Rampton Published 6:00 am CDT, Friday, April 5, 2019 Photo: Shapecharge | Getty Images Photo: Shapecharge | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Shapecharge | Getty Images 9 Ways Entrepreneurs Organize and Manage Their Calendars Properly 1 / 1 Back to Gallery As an entrepreneur, it’s your responsibility to plan how you’re going to spend your time. You can watch binge-watch Netflix all day, but that’s most likely not the best use of your time. Additionally, you also have to set boundaries and keep yourself motivated day-in-and-out. In some way -- you want to find a direction to follow to … [Read more...] about 9 Ways Entrepreneurs Organize and Manage Their Calendars Properly
A plan to transform Scarborough into the country’s best performing coastal town centre by 2025 has been revealed. The borough council wants to bring the high street into the 21st Century with ideas including creating a “smart” town with wifi and 4G coverage, making use of empty units for pop-up shops, becoming a true university town and staging year-round events to bring people back into Scarborough.In order to fund the ambitious plans the authority is to bid for a share of £675million recently announced by the Government as part of its Future High Streets Fund.Other plans include improving the nighttime economy, increasing residential living in the town centre by 25% and establishing a small business start up and expansion grants scheme.The full report will go before the council’s Overview and Scrutiny Board on Wednesday March 6 and it is hoped it will help the borough make the most of the seven million people who visit each year.The report’s author, … [Read more...] about Action plan to regenerate Scarborough Town Centre could be overlooked by new dedicated team and manager