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    • BP's White House deal: What the analysts say
      Our panel of investment experts assess the pros and cons of BP's White House dealCity experts believe the agreement hammered out between BP and President Obama should help it to rebuild its relationships in Washington, and protect the company's future. But with three quarterly dividend payments axed, investors will bear the pain for many months.Gordon Gray and James Evans of Collins StewartAlthough on balance an unavoidable negative, yesterday's news was largely discounted and we see two positives:1) BP's payments into the claims fund are phased over such a period as to make them reasonably manageable on our estimates, putting less stress on the balance sheet that many had feared.2) This process may be seen as a necessity if BP is to have a long-term future in the US, and it should give BP a starting base for re-establishing its relationships with key US administrators and with the US population.Alan Sinclair of Seymour PierceWhilst BP continues to emphasise its financial strength, the message is not entirely consistent with that promulgated at the recent investor conference call. Indeed, the company is now talking about a significant shrinking of organic capital expenditure. Given that the market will have to wait until Q1 2011 for guidance on the dividend, it is hard to see why the shares will do better than perform in line with the wider market. Thus, we move to a hold recommendation from buy (buy since 14 January 2009).Jon Rigby, Anish Kapadia and Caroline Hickson of UBSWhile BP should expect a significant penalty as a result of its Macondo spill these events have no precedent. In order to try to protect its large US business BP has accepted fairly draconian measures that have little legal enforceability but, we hope, lay the foundations for normalising its relation 投資専門家の私達のパネルは、長所とBP社のホワイトハウスのdealCity専門家の短所を評価して契約はBP社とオバマ大統領との間にはワシントンで、その関係を再構築に役立つだろうから打ち出し、信じて、会社の未来を守る

    • 'The mystery is enough': Susan Lipper on the Grapevine series
      The photographer discusses sexual segregation in West Virginia and avoiding stereotypes about the American southTell me about the gestation of the Grapevine series of photographs?About 20 years ago I travelled down to the South and roamed around the Appalachians essentially looking for a subject. I found it in Grapevine Hollow. There are actually four Grapevines in West Virginia but this one isn't even on the map. I was down there for two years before I found it. There are maybe 50 people in the community, spread out on the mountain. I've been going back there every summer ever since.Were the people initially suspicious of you?Well a girl from the north with a camera was a source of some ... not suspicion ... but novelty, I guess. But they opened their houses to me and they said I could stay. One family pointed up the mountain and told me I could be buried there. I've come to love the place and the people. I go back every summer. I ring Grapevine almost every night. It's a real friendly place even though there is some crazy stuff that goes on there.What was your initial intention for the project?I came out of the Yale photography programme. Walker Evans was certainly a touchstone, but what I do is not a sociopolitical treatise on the area. I'm not making any big statement. In terms of subject matter, I was primarily interested in male-female relationships. I went down there from New York and I saw a bunch of scenarios I hadn't ever been around. Let's just say it was a much more traditional place with non-urban values. Photographers were still going down there to do the stereotypical take on the rural south and hillbillies and all that, and I wanted to deal with that in the photographs, too.You certainly play with those tropes in a pretty provocative way.The society is p カメラマンは?約20年前、私は南まで旅し、アパラチア山脈は、基本的に対象を探しに歩き回った写真グレープバインシリーズの妊娠私のアメリカsouthTell約ウエストバージニア州の性的差別を回避するステレオタイプについて説明します

    • Profile: Sir Dick Evans, BAE chairman
      Said by some to have secured the biggest arms deal in British history by his ability to swallow sheep's eyeballsSir Dick Evans was said by some to have secured the biggest arms deal in British history by his ability to swallow sheep's eyeballs as though they were cocktail canapes at banquets.He knew how to shmooze Middle East clients and his al-Yamamah deal - under which jets were sold to Saudi Arabia - was the mid-1980s contract which secured his later position as executive chairman at BAE Systems.The bluff Evans always denied any wrongdoing though he was interviewed by the Serious Fraud Office during its longrunning investigation into bribery.The Guardian learned that, initially, Lord Goldsmith, the then attorney general, believed the SFO could bring charges over allegations involving backdoor gifts to the then head of the Saudi air force, Prince Turki bin Nasser. But the inquiry was dropped three years ago. Educated at the Royal Masonic school in Bushey, Hertfordshire, he joined the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation before Ferranti and then British Aircraft Corporation. He spent the rest of his career with what had become British Aerospace, the forerunner of BAE Systems and he was appointed chief executive and then chairman. Evans left in 2004after a period of upheaval .The BAE filesBAE SystemsArms tradeTerry Macalisterguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds ているいくつかのイギリスの歴史の中で彼の能力のディックエバンス羊のeyeballsSirを飲み込むことによって、あたかもカクテルカナッペが建っているいくつかの英国の歴史の中で彼の能。羊の眼球を飲み込むことによって、最大の武器取引確保していると言われた最大の武器取引確保しているbanquets.Heどのように中東の顧客と彼のアルカイダYamamah対処-の下で戦闘機サウジアラビアに売却された-おしゃべりしていた1980年代半ばの契約は、BAEシステムズSystems.Theはったりエバンスで執行委員長として彼の後の位置は常に拒否された保護を知っていた不正行為も、彼は重大不正捜査局によってbribery.Theガーディアンにそのlongrunning捜査過程でのインタビューだったが、当初、主ゴールドスミス、当時の検事総長は、SFOの疑惑はサウジアラビアの次に頭をドアの贈り物をめぐる費用をもたらすと信じて学んだ空気の力、トルキビンナセル

    • Painting the pit men: writers must dig for the real Chilean miners
      The Chilean miners' story is sure to be turned into a film. But – as I discovered writing my play about Britain's biggest mining disaster – the real-life voices of the characters are what matterDaniel Bye wrote recently about the satisfaction of hearing his native Middlesbrough accent in a stage play. He made the point that authenticity is essential if a dramatist is to create an accurate picture of our lives, past and present. I agree. My play Senghenydd tells the story of Britain's biggest mining disaster, the 98th anniversary of which falls today. The explosion in the South Wales pit killed 440 men and boys, 23 aged between 14 and 16 (one of the fatalities was a rescuer). The cause, as with the Chilean miners, was a lack of adequate safety procedures. As a piece of social history, the story of corporate greed, exploitation, heroism and the way in which a community can pull together is as relevant today as it was a century ago.The heroism is awe-inspiring. With hand-held fire extinguishers, no breathing apparatus for three hours and no water supply below ground, the Senghenydd rescuers worked in visibility of a few inches and almost unbearable temperatures. They brought up 489 men and boys (there were nearly a thousand men below ground when the explosion went off); the rest were trapped behind a wall of fire. Miraculously, 18 men were rescued from beyond the flames. They included a distant cousin of mine, Joe Evans, who was aged 19 at the time – a fact that I discovered by chance in a conversation with my great-uncle over two decades ago. It was a piece of family and social history about which I knew nothing.Drama can tell us our history through the eyes of the best witnesses, the people who lived it. So before I started writing I went in search of their voices. I se チリ鉱夫の話は映画になっているはずです

    • Expert Aussie keeps 1200kg shark on ice
      For weeks there has been speculation the five-metre hammerhead shark which was caught off Evans Head last month was sold to a museum for A$13,000.But those rumours have been dismissed by the man who now has the shark in his po... 週間が$ 13,000の博物館に売却された先月エバンスヘッドをオフに逮捕された5メートルのシュモクザメ投機をしています

    • The Guardian's Science Weekly podcast: It's all about altitude at World Cup 2010
      Steve Haake, head of sports engineering at Sheffield Hallam University, joins us to explain why altitude could make the difference between triumph and disaster at World Cup 2010 in South Africa. He also predicts that goalkeepers will be moaning about the design of the balls. Steve will be giving a talk at the Royal Institution on 8 June. We look at some of your responses to last week's live recording of this podcast at the Science Museum in London. Following a discussion at the Hay Festival on 10 years of the Human Genome Project, we reveal what Nobel laureates John Sulston and Martin Evans, and Michael Morgan, former CEO of the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, had to say about Craig Venter's creation of the world's first synthetic genome. We visited the Royal Society's exhibition celebrating its 350th anniversary. Keith Moore, its librarian, tells us about Robert Boyle's list of scientific ambitions. View a gallery of the Royal Society exhibition here. In the newsjam we discuss the ban on mephedrone, trials to begin on a breast cancer vaccine, a resignation over GM foods, and why six men will be spending 520 days locked inside a spaceship in a Moscow car park. Guardian science correspondent Ian Sample and Observer science editor Robin McKie were on hand in the studio to throw around the World Cup ball. WARNING: contains strong language.Follow the podcast on our Science Weekly Twitter feed and receive updates on all breaking science news stories from Guardian Science. Email scienceweeklypodcast@gmail.com. Join our Facebook group. Listen back through our archive.Subscribe free via iTunes to ensure every episode gets delivered. (Here is the non-iTunes URL feed).Alok JhaAndy DuckworthIan SampleRobin McKieJohn Sulston スティーブハエーク、シェフィールドハラム大学スポーツ工学の長は、私たちはなぜ高度が南アフリカ共和国の2010年W杯での勝利と災害の違いを作ることを説明する結合します

    • Zambia reshuffles defense forces commanders (2)
      Meanwhile, the Zambian President also replaced the Zambia Army Deputy Army Commander and Chief of Staff Major General Eliad Mutwale with Vincent Mukanda, the Zambia Air Force Deputy Air Force Commander Major General Evans Chengeta with Monta J. Chileshe, former Chief of Operations in the Zambia Air Force, and Zambia National Service Deputy Commandant Brig. Gen. J.M. Miti with Nathan Mulenga, former Zambia National Service Secretary at the Ministry of Defence Headquarters. Banda made this anno ... 一方、ザンビア大統領はまた、ヴィンセントMukanda、ザンビア空軍。空軍司令。少将エバンスChengetaとモンタjをChileshe、元チーフオペレーションとザンビアザンビア軍副司令官と参謀長少将Eliad Mutwale置き換え空軍、ザンビア国民サービスの副司令官の准将


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