....Mr Di Modica's statue was installed in 1987, without any city permits. The 7,000 pound (3,175 kg) structure was placed on a New York City street after a financial collapse
in the middle of the night, but was eventually moved to the Financial District, steps away from Wall Street, after the public called for the statue to be allowed to stay. ...
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Wednesday 12th of April 2017 05:04:35 PM
....Toshiba’s losses stem from Westinghouse’s acquisition in 2015 of the nuclear construction business CB&I Stone & Webster, which it hoped would solve the delays on the two sites. That deal has now backfired spectacularly, pushing Westinghouse and its parent company to the brink of financial collapse
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Friday 14th of April 2017 07:00:27 AM