10 World’s Most Expensive Apartments

Based on data from Lincoln Property Company from various sources

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Odéon Tower – Monaco

Age moves forward so that the housing needs increasingly diverse, and Lincoln Property obtaining data on housing needs throughout the world.

Humans can consider their needs with the perspective and other factors.

Here are the most expensive apartments, from the cheapest to the most expensive.

10. 56 Leonard, New York. Height of 250 meters consisting of 60 floors. The price per unit is priced at 47 million dollars.

9. Clermont Residence Super Penthouse, Singapore. At 180 meters, the tallest tower in Clermont is the heart of Singapore. This building has a garden on its roof.

Largest unit is a condominium area of 1,115 square meters with three floors for 47 million dollars.

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Inferno, the Latest Dan Brown’s Novel

Inferno - Dan BrownDan Brown is back with his latest novel, he displays a character who describes the city of Manila as a city with severe traffic congestion, choking pollution, massive poverty, and prostitution of children who thrive.

This immediately brought criticism from the Philippine government. Although only a novel, but is able to make the state government disrupted. Why? Therefore, the Brown’s novel calls Manila as “Gates of Hell“.

In fact, the government agency that manages Manila felt the need to write to Dan Brown and his novel publisher.

We are not happy with the inaccurate portrayal of our beloved city,” said Francis Tolentino, Manila official governing body.

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Box Office movie in recent weeks

Iron Man 3Some movie ranks first as profit takers, such as Iron Man 3 who managed to get a good income in North America and earned income up to 175.3 million U.S. dollars.

Several other films are also the extraordinary income, such as Pain and Gain, 42, and Oblivion.

The following list of blockbusters “box office” movie in recent weeks.

1. Iron Man 3 to 175.3 million U.S. dollars
2. Pain and Gain – 7.6 million dollars
3. 42 – 6.2 million U.S. dollars
4. Oblivion – 5.8 million dollars
5. The Croods – 4.2 million dollars
6. Big Wedding – 3.9 million dollars
7. Mud – 2.1 million dollars
8. Oz: The Great and Powerful – 1.8 million dollars
9. Scary Movie 5 – 1.4 million U.S. dollars
10. The Place Beyond the Pines – 1.3 million dollars

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Most Hated Celebrities, Who Are They?

Most Hated CelebritiesBeing a celebrity does not seem to be a guarantee of always liked by the fans, apparently there is also less favored celebrities. In fact most of them hated.

Hollywood’s most hated artist in a poll conducted by one of the media, Star Magazine, a benchmark for enthusiasts to know.

For example, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Hollywood actress was chosen as the most hated celebrities, her husband looks worried, Chris Martin.

Of course there is, the public still remember when Gwyneth made headlines in recent weeks, after saying that she did not allow her children to eat foods containing carbohydrates.

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Austin GP tightened after Boston Bombing

Circuit of the AmericasAfter the bomb in Boston during the Boston Marathon in 2013, Monday, April 15, 2013 its make a variety of other events that will be held in the MotoGP race track more alert. They tightened security at various places.

One of these events will be held is the Austin Grand Prix this weekend, the Circuit of the Americas stepped up security around the motor racing arena.

Various items carefully recorded, in order to minimize the possible risks that may arise, ranging from handbags, wallets, backpacks, must pass the examination. One by one will be checked by security forces.

Citing news Crash.net, April 17, 2013, Vice President of Public & Media Relations Circuit, Julie Loignon said, “We’ve been in touch with local law enforcement following the unfortunate events yesterday in Boston, Massachusetts, and will work with them throughout the upcoming weekend for sure we staged a safe and secure event.

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The Iron Lady Has Gone

Margaret ThatcherFormer British Prime Minister Margaret Hilda Thatcher passed away on Monday, April 8, 2013 of a stroke at the age of 87 years. Margaret Thatcher is the longest-serving prime minister in England, ie 1979 to 1990. Former chemistry researcher is also the only female prime minister in the history of England.

Her personality, firm political attitudes and not easily compromise make her earned the nickname “Iron Lady“.

Here are some important moments during her life:

– Born with the name Margaret Roberts on October 13, 1925.
– For the first time in the election of Parliament in 1950.
– Married to businessman Denis Thatcher in 1951.
– Elected a member of Parliament from the Conservative Party for the Finchley area in 1959.
– Selected to the Minister of Education by PM Ted Heath in 1970.
– Becoming the first female prime minister in 1979.
– Sends troops to take over the Falklands Islands in 1982.
– Wins absolute election 1983.
– Survivors of a bomb attack by the Irish Republican Army in the Hotel Brighton in 1984.
– Winning the 1987 elections for the third time.
– Resigned after facing the challenges of leadership in 1990.

Goodbye Maggie!

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(Source CNN, Kompas /Image number10.gov.uk)

10 US companies with the largest number of job cuts

By Dyah Megasari

Citigroup logoGlobal economic dark days claimed many future employees in the United States. During the year 2012, many giant companies that fold the number of employees on the grounds of efficiency.

Its latest is Citigroup, the giant Uncle Sam bank plans to cut 11,000 employees who, though apparently not the biggest.

Who topped the list? Here are 10 US companies to lay off employees in large numbers:

1. Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP)

Although Citigroup announced the baffle on Wednesday (12/05/2012), HP is the leader of a workforce reduction in 2012. Citing the data Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., in May, a company based in Palo Alto, California, is to lay off 27,000 employees in order to save money as much as 3.5 billion U.S. dollars.

May this year is the peak HP adversity. Management admitted that computer manufacturers are the most vulnerable to the crisis shaken during the year. HP’s stock collapsed more than 45 percent so far this year.

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