“Course” in the news
|course of action|
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· Northern Ireland: The checkered history of their early summer internationals →
Early summer international games have been kind to Northern Ireland in recent years, with important wins in qualifying games against Azerbaijan, Estonia and Belarus - along with of course that never-to-be-forgotten odyssey at Euro 2016.
· 'I'm worried I'm not going to get a job': meet the corona class of 2020 →
With options for the former limited by the pandemic, experts are predicting an uptake in postgraduate courses over the next few years.
· ‘For climate protesters, we are like filth’: the German village where coal is still king →
In Lusatia, it has placed climate activists on a collision course with local politicians, the coal companies and the communities whose incomes depend on coal.
· Total Recall at 30: a thrilling reminder of Paul Verhoeven at his best →
Of course, Verhoeven is still making a Schwarzenegger movie, and Total Recall is one of his most purely entertaining, full of cartoonish violence, cutting-edge special effects and the types of one-liners that made Schwarzenegger a dad-joke Dirty Harry.
· IBM Under Heavy Accumulation Since December →
Of course, the rest is history as the tech visionary engineered/invented portable, solid-state, wireless internet-connected, touchscreen, mass-produced computer gadgets from iPads and iPods to iPhones, propelling the stock to its $320 price in 2020.
· Corporate Debt Out-Of-Control Or Smart Business: Part 2 →
Consequently, existing shareholders do benefit from buybacks, and of course through greater dividends as a result.
· Maruti Suzuki share price jumps 4% as company’s sales engine restarts after zero sales in April →
“The Company’s showrooms opened in accordance with Centre and State guidelines in a graded manner across different cities,” Maruti Suzuki said in a press release adding that the remaining showrooms would open in due course if they are not in the containment zone.
· Monday briefing: 1m children will stay at home as lockdown eases →
The FTSE100 is on course to rise a healthy 1.3% this morning.
· Thousands face homelessness in Greek refugee relocation push →
The International Organization for Migration runs a separate integration programme, HELIOS, that offers language courses, help with job-hunting and accommodation support.
· Jeremy Vine: 'At the BBC you can have values but you can’t have views – that's how I operate' →
In the course of the tribunal, Ahmed made the unkind comment that Vine was “gifted” his primetime Radio 2 slot, but he clams up when I ask him to respond.