When the artist bought this land with his wife, Pilar Belzunce, in the early 1980s, he fulfilled his long-held dream of finding a permanent, natural environment for his works. It eventually opened as Chillida Leku, a museum that would allow the public to wander among his sculptures as they would trees in a forest. But Chillida died in 2002, and by 2011 his family found they could no longer afford to keep the museum open.
Sarah Barnett, president of the Entertainment Networks Group at AMC Networks, said: “If this tale was invented you’d think it too preposterous – the fact that it is true, and told so brilliantly, makes for an unmissable three-part TV event that will entertain and enthral American audiences every bit as much as their British counterparts.
The sharp sell-off came after S&P Global, the company behind the S&P 500 index of top US companies, passed over Tesla for inclusion in the index – a move that had been expected to give Tesla’s share price another boost as index-fund investors added the stock to their portfolios. Etsy, the online marketplace for homemade products was a winner, gaining a place in the index.
Tesla aims to raise $5bn in its biggest issue of new stock in a decade Read moreTesla, with Elon Musk as chief executive, has been one of the biggest winners of recent stock market rallies as investors have piled into tech firms during the pandemic. The company’s share price surged 74.1% in August alone and is up about 400% this year. The rise has made Tesla more valuable than some of the world’s largest automakers, including Toyota and Volkswagen.
The road from San Sebastián to A Coruña is one of big cities, pretty fishing towns, high cliffs and raging sea. It skirts the rugged Basque coast, runs through lush Cantabria and Asturias, and ends up in Galicia, on the wildly beautiful Costa de la Muerte.
The store will take orders until the end of January and then sell dresses at discounts and liquidate all assets.
“Our customers have been great. We tried to call everyone who had an order with us before we closed,” Younker told the Northeast Ohio Media Group. “They weren’t surprised but sad for us, they understood.”
No sign of Ebola was ever found in the store. Its manager was temporarily put under home quarantine, and some employees and customers were among the 160-plus Ohio residents whose health was monitored by officials for several weeks after Vinson’s diagnosis because of their proximity to her.
Younker says she thought about reopening elsewhere under a new name but isn’t likely to do that.
“Tesla was already under pressure at the back end of last week, so the S&P story has made matters worse,” said David Madden, analyst at CMC Markets. “Despite the recent aggressive sell-off, nuevo teclado tfue the stock is still up 325% year-to-date.”
Sign up to the daily Business Today email or follow Guardian Business on Twitter at @BusinessDeskAll the major US stock markets were in the red on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow down over 2%. While many traders see the sell-off in tech as a move by investors to take some profits after a historic boom, broader concerns about the US economy also appear to be worrying the markets.
Last week the US released new unemployment figures which suggest that the pace of recovery from the coronavirus recession is slowing. And over the weekend Donald Trump said he was looking to curb the US’s economic relationship with China, an announcement that could herald more trade disputes ahead.
Operators of a north-east Ohio bridal shop linked to an Ebola survivor say the store is closing because it lost significant business and has been stigmatized.
Dallas nurse Amber Vinson was diagnosed with Ebola days after visiting Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal store in Akron in October. The store temporarily closed and cleaned before reopening in November, but business hasn’t bounced back.
“We had a big opening and we had hoped that the publicity may even have been a good thing,” owner Anna Younker told the Northeast Ohio Media Group. “But now we are the Ebola shop. Customers are tired of hearing ‘Oh, you bought it at the Ebola shop.'”
Owner Anna Younker said her shop has become known as the Ebola store. She told the Akron Beacon Journal the temporary closure and canceled orders cost the store at least $100,000. That wasn’t covered by her insurance because it excludes viral illnesses.
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