For LRIP 10, the per-plane price of an F-35A model sits at $94.6 million (7.3% reduction from LRIP 9), an F-35B jump-jet model used by the U.S. Marine Corps sits at $122.8 million (6.7% reduction from LRIP 9), and an F-35C carrier version is at $121.8 million (7.9% reduction from LRIP 9).
Earlier in the week, survey data showed that Russian manufacturing production grew at the quickest pace for 70 months, amid the fastest increase in new orders in almost six years. "The triple whammy of rising fuel costs, salaries and higher import prices were keenly felt, and these rising costs may have also had an effect on the number of new jobs on offer, reflected in the rate of job creation which was at a five-month low".
It also talked hard numbers-despite the massive growth, Snap is losing money. Although Spiegel made $2.4 million in 2016 (including a base salary of $500,000)-upon Snap's IPO, his salary will be cut to just $1 per year. Previously, the company filed IPO-related documents with the SEC on a confidential basis. As is the nature of these kinds of filings, Snap has to admit that it "may never achieve or maintain profitability." Hmm.
As soon as the Italian designer's departure from Givenchy was officially announced, Thursday, February 2, major industry figures instigated an outpouring of tributes to his creativity, skill, and his work at the fashion house. During his time at Givenchy , Mr. Tisci is credited with reinventing the brand by giving its collections more edge. Meryl Streep most recently wore his design to the Golden Globes, where she delivered an impassioned speech, taking aim at Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump has vowed to make jobs the central focus of his White House and Republicans plan to offer a mix of tax cuts, reduced regulation and more spending on public works. Financial activities accounted for 32,000 new positions, with gains recorded in real estate, insurance and credit intermediation. Economists were projecting 175,000 jobs added.
The companies anticipated the deal would be tax-free and close in the second half of the year. Existing Entercom shareholders would own the remaining 28% of the combined company. "This transformational transaction creates scale-driven efficiencies and opportunities to compete more effectively with other media to better serve our listeners and our advertisers", said David J.