Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
From Sports Dec 02
The dream match between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr still hangs in the air since there is nothing yet concrete between the two camps save for negotiations and offers.
From Entertainment Dec 02
In her Facebook account, Britain's Got Talent 2009 runner-up Susan Boyle did not alter her status to "In a relationship," but did admit to The Sun in an interview that she has a boyfriend. The 53-year-old singing sensation met him in a hotel when she was on a US tour.
From Companies Dec 02
Deustche Bahn, the German state-owned railway, filed a new lawsuit in Germany and the U.S. seeking over $3 billion in damage from 13 air cargo companies for price fixing. Included in the lawsuit is Australian flag carrier Qantas which has paid over $160 million for increasing the price of freight via fuel and security surcharges between 2000 and 2006.
From Politics & Policy Dec 02
The turkeys were pardoned for Thanksgiving, but netizens were not willing to extend the same forgiveness to Elizabeth Lauten, the communications director of Republican Rep. Steve Fincher. Her criticisms of the behavior of Malia and Sasha Obama through a Facebook newsfeed became viral and created a political storm too powerful for her to handle.
From Economy Dec 01
It would be a happy yearend for Australian retailers with the ka-ching of cash registers expected to ring more often for the last month of 2014. Comparison Web site finder.com.au estimates that Aussies will spend $8.3 billion for Christmas presents shopping alone.
From Sports Dec 01
The World Boxing Council (WBC), which considers Floyd Mayweather Jr as its current welterweight title holder, has joined the growing list of boxing organisations and individuals that are pushing for Mayweather to box against Filipino champ Manny Pacquiao.
From Health Dec 01
Both being public figures is a licence for boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr to post copies of the sonogram of his former fiancé Shantel Jackson as well as share to the public that she had an abortion.
From Politics & Policy Dec 01
A Republican staffer is in the eye of a political storm after she criticised the behaviour of Malia and Sasha at the traditional Turkey Pardoning Ceremony in the White House. Elizabeth Lauten, communications director of Rep. Stephen Lee, described the teen presidential daughters as disrespectful and classless.
From Tech Dec 01
Rape threats are considered grave, so an Australian female gaming journalist who received them online turned the tables on her stalkers. But it turned out that the would-be sexual molesters are just boys.
From Global Markets Nov 28
Cooling measures put in place by some Asian government such as Hong Kong and Singapore had displaced demand for real estate in the region. Because of the significant impact of the measures on transaction volumes, market experts foresee some of those restrictions being lifted in the next 12 months, f...