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Nexen Tire Adds Mud-Terrain Tire 'The Roadian MTX' to its Portfolio

Nexen Tire, a leading global tire manufacturer, announced the launch of the Roadian MTX (Mud Terrain Xtreme), a versatile mud-terrain tire that is...

Zayo Recognized for Board Diversity

Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) received national and regional recognition last week for gender balance on its board of directors. With four women on its nine-member board, Zayo's board is more than 40 percent female, which puts Zayo in the top echelon of companies nationwide. Click here for more.

What’s Next for St. Paul, Minn.’s Reorganized Waste Collection?
Haulers, residents and government staff worked with legal and financial representatives to hammer out rates and contract details.
What does Germany’s political crisis mean for Brexit? | Martin Kettle
With coalition talks collapsing, Angela Merkel has problems at home to sort. The idea she could magic a Brexit solution favourable to the UK is simply for the birds

The British political class, like much of the British media, remains foolishly obsessed with America to the exclusion of all other foreign countries. As a result, both refuse to pay consistent attention to German politics, or indeed to the internal politics of any other European country at all. So the news that Angela Merkel may not, after all, continue in office as Germany’s chancellor will have come as a rude shock to many of them.

The British have always blithely assumed that Merkel would somehow ride to the UK’s rescue over Brexit like the Prussians at the battle of Waterloo. David Cameron thought this would happen in the negotiations preceding the referendum in 2015-16. Now Theresa May, and certainly David Davis, seem to have a similar hope over Brexit. It is a foolish error.

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No one will forget the day it came right for Jana Novotna at Wimbledon

Jana Novotna, who has died at the age of 49, ended her wait for SW19 glory in 1998. Writing in the Guardian that year, Stephen Bierley recalled a famous day

One of the most compelling images in tennis during the closing decade of this century was one born of loss. In the 1993 Wimbledon women’s singles final, and leading 4-1 in the third set, Jana Novotna dramatically crumpled to defeat against Steffi Graf and then, unable to contain her emotions, wept lingeringly on the shoulder of the Duchess of Kent.

Four years later Novotna was on Wimbledon’s Centre Court again, losing in three sets to the 16-year-old Swiss Martina Hingis. No tears this time, but playful resignation masking her disappointment as she snatched the silver rosewater dish away from Hingis and made as if to run off with it.

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