Several hours after the final curtain call, Miranda shared one black-and-white photo to Instagram , supposedly of his trademark long locks chopped off. "The show has such universal appeal, it really delights me how he's taken the book and really amplified it and appealed to such a mass audience". René Cruz, 54, a theater professional from Santa Monica, California, is seeing the show a second time, and specifically bought a ticket to this last Miranda performance.
Putting on hold its United Kingdom business sale amid Brexit uncertainty, Tata Steel chose to explore other alternatives including joint venture with German giant ThyssenKrupp AG. The company said on Friday night that it was in talks with ThyssenKrupp about combining its European steel businesses, including in the United Kingdom, but the deal requires financial support from the British government and a restructuring of Tata Steel's pension scheme.
United Kingdom business minister Sajid Javid is to fly out to Mumbai for talks with Tata chairman Cyrus Mistry ahead of the board meeting. Tata Steel Limited has made a decision to cancel the sale of its Port Talbot-based assets in the United Kingdom following post Brexit uncertainty.
Andy Murray is OK with Tim Henman having the hill. The third-seeded Federer, who owns a record 17 Grand Slam men's singles titles, was denied a chance to set the all-time record for Wimbledon men's crowns. Lleyton Hewitt; 2002 Wimbledon champion: "A very impressive performance from Murray ". "This one clearly hurts, because I felt I could have had it.
I think that's a win, as long as everybody understands what voice he's bringing into the booth. "The information I get from him, the psychological help that I get from having him around, being able to chat to him at these events , before the big matches makes a difference".
He said the news that Tata was exploring a potential joint venture was "encouraging". The Indian firm said on Friday that it was looking at options for its European steel business and had entered into discussions with other steel makers, including Germany's ThyssenKrupp - and possibly India's JSW and Hebei of China.