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In recent weeks, Trump, seizing the role of both an erstwhile diplomat and ascending opposition party leader, has extended welcomes to a series of foreign leaders at his homes in Florida and New York. It’s not unusual for foreign leaders to meet with the leader of the party that doesn’t control the White House – especially one with a serious chance of becoming commander in chief. Biden and his top envoys have also met and spoken with opposition leaders, something that has been a longstanding practice for US officials. Last week, Trump met with Poland’s Duda at Trump Tower, where the two discussed NATO spending over dinner. Trump, both while president and during his 2024 campaign, has called on NATO countries to spend more on defense.
Persons: Donald Trump, hasn’t, Trump, Andrzej Duda, David Cameron, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Taro Aso, It’s, Sen, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Biden, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Antony Blinken, Keir Starmer, Joe Biden, “ They’re, he’s, , Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, ” Biden, , Kim Jong Un, ” Trump, Brian Hughes, Viktor Orban, Putin, Javier Milei, Orban, Viktor Orbán, Orbán, Aso, Fumio Kishida, Kishida, Lindsey Graham, Salman, King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Poland’s Duda, Duda, meanwhile, Cameron, Karen Pierce, Cameron’s, Pierce didn’t, Queen Elizabeth II Organizations: CNN, Air Force, British, Saudi Crown, Middle East, Republican, UK Labour Party, US State Department, Biden, Trump, NATO, Conservative Political, Japanese, White, Liberal Democratic Party, Saudi, New York Times, South Carolina Republican, Hamas, The New York Times, Trump Tower, Republicans, Democrats, UK Locations: House, huddling, Florida, New York, Lago, Manhattan, Japan, China, North Korea, Berlin, United Kingdom, Israel, Poland, Belarus, Munich, Europe, America, Ukraine, Korean, United States, Palm, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, American, Russia, British, Washington
A Renault Scenic electric vehicle (EV) at the Munich Motor Show (IAA) in Munich, Germany, on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023. French car maker Renault said on Tuesday its first-quarter revenue grew 1.8%, with good performance in its financing business offsetting a drop in turnover in core automotive sales. The group sold 549,099 units over the period, with revenue reaching 11.7 billion euros ($12.47 billion). Leading EV maker Tesla is cutting prices in several key markets, piling more pressure on European firms. Revenues from financing activity grew 27.9% to 1.25 billion euros, helped by higher interest rates.
Persons: Twingo, Tesla Organizations: Renault, Tesla Locations: Munich, Germany, China
Gold retreats as Middle East tensions ebb
  + stars: | 2024-04-22 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
Gold and silver bars of various sizes lie in a safe on a table at the precious metals dealer Pro Aurum in Munich. Gold prices dipped on Monday, as easing fears of a wider Middle East conflict lowered bullion's safe-haven appeal, while market participants awaited a key U.S. inflation reading due later this week for interest rate cues. Spot gold fell 0.9% to $2,369.97 per ounce, as of 0451 GMT. Asian stocks recovered some losses and bond yields rose as fears of a wider Middle East conflict ebbed, with investors gravitating back towards riskier assets. Among other precious metals, spot silver fell 2.3% to $27.99 per ounce, spot platinum rose 0.3% to $934.03, and palladium fell 0.3% to $1,023.17.
Persons: Kelvin Wong, Wong, Austan Goolsbee Organizations: Aurum, Asia Pacific, Treasury, Chicago Federal Locations: Munich, U.S, Tehran, Iran, OANDA, Israel, Hamas
Mikhail Markovskiy/ShutterstockCountry: Germany2023 Ranking: 7AdvertisementSkytrax Awards: Best Airport Staff in Europe, Best Airport in Central Europe, Best Airport Hotel in Europe (Hilton Munich Airport)7. Kazzure Gonzalez/Shutterstock.comCountry: JapanAdvertisement2023 Ranking: 9Skytrax Awards: World's Best Airport Staff, Best Airport Staff in Asia, Best Airport: 30-40 million passengers4. Sean Pavone / iStockCountry: Japan2023 Ranking: 3AdvertisementSkytrax Awards: World's Cleanest Airport, World's Best Domestic Airport, Best PRM and Accessible Facilities, Best Airport: 70+ million passengers, The Cleanest Airport in Asia3. Taylor Rains/Business InsiderCountry: Singapore2023 Ranking: 1Skytrax Awards: Best Airport in Asia, Best Airport Immigration Service, Best Airport: 50-60 million passengers, Best Airport Hotel in the World and Asia (Crowne Plaza Changi Airport)1. Thomas Pallini/Business InsiderCountry: QatarAdvertisement2023 Ranking: 2Skytrax Awards: World's Best Airport, Best Airport in the Middle East, World's Best Airport Shopping, Best Airport: 40-50 million passengers, The Cleanest Airport in the Middle East
Persons: Skytrax, , Stytrax, John F, Here's, Ozan Kose, Ko Aun Lee, Mikhail Markovskiy, Paul Souders, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Charles, Gaulle, Barry Winiker, Kazzure Gonzalez, Sean Pavone, Taylor Rains, Thomas Pallini Organizations: Doha Hamad International Airport, Newark Liberty International, Service, Singapore Changi Airport, Doha, Changi, Vancouver International Airport, Tacoma International, New, LaGuardia Airport, John, Kennedy International Airport, Istanbul Airport, Ozan, Getty Images, Best, Zurich, Airport, Best Airport Staff, Best Airport, Hilton, Dubai International Airport Dubai International Airport, Country, Tokyo, Narita, Seoul, Seoul Incheon International, International Airport, narvikk, Singapore, Best Airport Immigration Service, Asia, Crowne Plaza Changi, Doha Hamad International Airport Doha, Qatar's, Qatar's Hamad International Airport, World's Locations: Doha, Qatar, Canada, Seattle, New York City, New Jersey, Houston, Istanbul, AFP, Turkey, Southern Europe, Switzerland, Europe, Munich, Germany, Central Europe, UAE, France, Western Europe, Tokyo Narita, Japan, Asia, Tokyo, Seoul Incheon, South Korea, Singapore Changi, Singapore, Qatar's Hamad
Source: Alef AeronauticsWhat if flying around in an electric vehicle is a key part of the way you travel in the future? EVTOLs, or electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles, popularly known as flying cars or air taxis, are being developed by firms in the U.S. to Europe and Asia. Four of the most common eVTOLsAn eVTOL aircraft can take off and land vertically. From the technologies they use to take off and land to the fact they're electric, eVTOLs are trying to distinguish themselves from helicopters. While some wealthy individuals may own their electric aircraft, they will more likely be operated in fleets by an operator, as is the case with airlines.
Persons: Lilium, Jim Dukhovny, Tim Draper, EHang Organizations: Aeronautics, JPMorgan, CNBC Tech, Aviation, European Union Aviation Safety Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, Civil Aviation Administration of China, eVTOLs, Alef Aeronautics Alef Aeronautics, Alef Aeronautics, SpaceX, Theranos Locations: U.S, Europe, Asia, , eVTOLs, United States, China, Munich, Germany, Spain
However, if you were a fan of German soccer club Bayer Leverkusen, little changed for you over those 31 years – there was just a lot of disappointment. Since winning the German Cup in 1993, Leverkusen relentlessly explored increasingly agonizing ways of spurning chances to win trophies. The current season has already reaped rewards in the form of the Bundesliga title, with potential domestic and European competition success transforming this into a season for the ages. Everybody was on the pitch this evening, everybody was crying.”After years being the butt of the joke, Leverkusen fans could finally spin the narrative. Leverkusen fans celebrated en masse on the pitch after winning the German league title.
Persons: , David Letterman ’, Xabi, Alonso, Mike Hewitt, , Schwarzroten, ‘ You’ll, Olaf Schmidt –, , midfifelder, Jeremie Frimpong, Xabi Alonso, Lars Baron, Florian Wirtz’s wizardry, Deutscher Meister ’, ” Schmidt, , Schmidt, Andreas Rentz, ” Uwe Schewiola Organizations: CNN, Chicago Bulls, NBA, The Bulls, Bayer Leverkusen, Basque, Bundesliga, Europa League, West Ham United, Getty, Real Madrid, , Olaf Schmidt – Leverkusen, CNN Sport, Bayern, Spain, Leverkusen, Bayern Munich, Bayer, Werder Bremen, Black, Reds, FC Kaiserslautern Locations: German, Europe, Real, London, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Germany, England, Spain, Italy, Tolosa, West Ham
For the last decade, Singapore’s Changi International Airport and Doha’s Hamad International Airport have been going back and forth, battling over the title of ‘world’s best’. European airports dominateNine of the top 20 best airports are in Europe, including Vienna, Madrid and Istanbul. Kansai International Airport (KIX), which serves the Osaka area, scored the award for the world’s best airport baggage delivery. El Dorado International Airport (BOG), which serves Bogota, Colombia, was voted the best airport in South America, while Panama Tocumen Airport (PTY) won the honor of best airport for Latin America and the Caribbean. The world’s best airports for 20241.
Persons: CNN — Ali, Frazier, , Badr Mohammed Al Meer, It’s, Charles de Gaulle, ORY, Indira, Skytrax, Paris Charles de Gaulle Organizations: CNN, The Red Sox, Yankees, Doha, Singapore, Singapore’s, Singapore’s Changi International Airport, Doha’s Hamad International, Hamad International, Airport, ” Qatar Airways Group’s, Oryx, Paris, Paris ’, Rome Fiumicino Airport, Zurich, Vantaa, Haneda, New, Chubu Centrair International, Kansai International, Vancouver International, Melbourne Airport, MEL, Australia, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Cape Town Airport, King Shaka International, El Dorado International, Panama Tocumen, TWA, New York JFK, Hyatt Regency Shenzhen, Hilton Munich Airport, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, Doha Hamad, Singapore Changi, Seoul Incheon, Tokyo Narita, Dubai, Munich, Istanbul, Hong Kong, Rome Fiumicino, Vienna, Madrid, Barajas, Vancouver, Kansai, Melbourne, Copenhagen Locations: Singapore’s Changi, Doha’s, Qatar’s, Singapore, Doha, , Frankfurt, Germany, Europe, Vienna, Madrid, Istanbul, Paris, Skytrax, Rome, Helsinki, HEL, Japan, Asia, Haneda, Narita, New Chitose, Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, North America, Down, Pacific, India, Cape, Africa, Durban, Bogota, Colombia, South America, Panama, America, Caribbean, New York, China, Tokyo, Vantaa
Two men have been arrested in Germany over suspicions that they spied for Russia and were part of a plot to sabotage aid to Ukraine by trying to blow up military infrastructure on German soil, the authorities announced on Thursday. The two men, both dual citizens of Russia and Germany, were arrested on Wednesday in Bayreuth, a city about 120 miles north of Munich, German federal prosecutors said. The arrests came as worries grow in Germany about the reach of Russian intelligence and disruption operations. One of the men had been in contact with Russian intelligence services and had considered a U.S. military base in Germany as one of several potential targets, according to federal prosecutors based in Karlsruhe, in southwestern Germany, who oversaw the arrests. But the federal prosecutors said that the pair were suspected of working for a foreign intelligence service and, in one man’s case, of illegally taking pictures of military infrastructure and of planning explosive attacks and arson.
Locations: Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Bayreuth, Munich, U.S, Karlsruhe
CNN —Real Madrid will face Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinals after defeating Manchester City in a tense penalty shootout on Wednesday. Defender Antonio Rüdiger struck the decisive blow for Real Madrid, burying his penalty into the bottom-left corner before his teammates piled on top of him in celebration. That’s how we won the game.”After a thrilling first leg between the two teams ended 3-3 in Madrid, City was fancied to advance in what transpired to be a night of high drama at the Etihad Stadium. Real Madrid will play Bayern Munich in the Champions League final four. “Congratulations to Real Madrid - they defended so deep with incredible solidarity,” said City manager Pep Guardiola.
Persons: Antonio Rüdiger, “ Madrid, , Federico Valverde, , City, Martin Rickett, Jude Bellingham, Valverde, Vinícius Jr, Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish, De Bruyne, Luka Modrić’s, Bernardo Silva, Mateo Kovačić’s, Lucas Vázquez, Phil Foden, Ederson, Rüdiger, Naomi Baker, Carlo Ancelotti, Real, Pep Guardiola Organizations: CNN — Real, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Etihad, Real, Ederson, Man, Premier League, FA, Chelsea Locations: CNN — Real Madrid, Madrid, City
That’s what happened to Alyssa Kopp and her mother Mary Gomes Kopp when their cat Rodri went missing on a flight in Europe on March 8. ‘She was so grateful’Alyssa Kopp and her mother Mary Gomes Kopp rescue stray animals on Crete. Gomes Kopp and her husband, Alyssa’s stepfather, are German but have a home on the Greek island of Crete. They had been adopted by a German family, and Gomes Kopp had offered to bring them over. Gomes Kopp was allowed into an aircraft loading area one time, but has not been allowed back since.
Persons: CNN —, they’ve, Alyssa Kopp, Mary Gomes Kopp, Rodri, Gomes Kopp, Alyssa’s, , Kopp, , it’d, ” Rodri, Alyssa, Alyssa Kopp Rodri, we’d, ” Kopp, , , Nicolas Economou, Goldair, ‘ Rodri, ’ Gomes Kopp, “ It’s Organizations: CNN, Aegean Airlines, Rodri, Airlines, Staff, Athens International, Iberia, Naia, Tenerife Locations: Europe, Aegean, Crete, It’s, Germany, Munich, Chania, Athens, , , Greece, Iberia, Spain, Madrid
He is the author of six books on the politics of the Olympic Games, most recently “What Are the Olympics For?” The views expressed here are his own. France enacted an Olympic Games Law in May 2023 that legalized the use of AI-driven video surveillance this summer and allowed experimentation with intelligent video surveillance until March 31, 2025. The law made France the first nation in the European Union to greenlight biometric surveillance systems. She told me that the Olympic Law “infringes the right to privacy, the right to be anonymous in the streets.”“Everything in this is political,” Levain said. The French Ministry of the Armed Forces unveiled plans to use HELMA-P, an anti-drone laser weapon system prototype, at the Paris Games.
Persons: Jules Boykoff, Emmanuel Macron, Jules Boykoff Jessi, , ” Noémie, , ” Levain, , Gérald Darmanin, we’ve, Amelie Oudea, Macron, Natsuko Sasaki, Laurent Nuñez, Le, Danielle Simonnet, Thomas Bach Organizations: Pacific University, Olympic Games, CNN, Olympic, Games, ISIS, Stade de France –, Law, European Union, Amnesty International, European Civic Forum, Human Rights, Ministry of, France’s, French Ministry of, Armed Forces, Paris Games, Stade de France, Paris Police, Le Parisien, Paris, Patriotes, Palais Royal, National Assembly, France Insoumise Party Locations: Paris, Palestinian, Atlanta, France, Le, Europe, Moscow
You really don't want to miss this one, so here's everything you need on how to watch a free Bayern vs. Arsenal live stream from anywhere. Where to watch Bayern vs. Arsenal free from anywhereAs mentioned in the box above, the Luxembourgish and Austrian TV channels are showing the game for free today. Then get stuck in and enjoy this free Champions League live stream. How to watch Bayern vs. Arsenal live stream with a VPNSign up for a VPN if you don't have one. Where to watch Bayern vs. Arsenal in AustraliaThe Champions League is a Stan Sport exclusive in Australia and you can watch every game there.
Persons: Harry Kane's, you'll, Stan, Stan Sport, ExpressVPN, you've, Stan Sport's, You'll Organizations: Business, Arsenal, Spurs, Champions League, Bayern, League, AWST ., BT Sport, TNT Sport, BT, TNT, Discovery, Amazon, Amazon Prime, Champions, Stan Sport, Sport, country's Champions League, Paramount Plus, Paramount, CBS Locations: London, Munich, Luxembourgish, Austrian, RTL2, Luxembourg, Austria, AWST, Australia, USA
Mr. Netanyahu now must make a choice. Will he respond to Iran with a forceful counterattack and potentially entangle Israel and other countries in a broader war? No Israeli leader has warned about Iran so consistently as Mr. Netanyahu or, for that matter, has spent so long in office. Since his first year in office in 1996, Mr. Netanyahu warned that a nuclear Iran would be catastrophic and that time was running out. It was never clear if Mr. Netanyahu was bluffing, and the prospect of an imminent strike receded.
Persons: Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, , Mazal Mualem, , ” Ms, Mualem, Efraim Halevy, Netanyahu’s, Jeremy Issacharoff, Obama, Barack Obama, bluffing, Donald J, Trump, Mr, Issacharoff, Israel, “ Bibi Organizations: Al, Mr, United Nations General Assembly, Munich Security Conference, of Foreign Affairs, United Locations: Israel, Iran, East, Iranian Embassy, Damascus, Gaza, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, United States, Iranian, Israeli, Germany, U.S, States, Washington, United Arab Emirates
Executives at Bayer Leverkusen, the longstanding but habitually middleweight German soccer team, have been fielding the messages since at least February. Some were delivered in person, a quiet blessing after yet another victory. Others came via WhatsApp, unsolicited and unexpected notes from peers and acquaintances and, to their occasional surprise, traditional foes. But as the German league season gathered pace, plenty wanted to laud Leverkusen’s impending achievement: It was, with each victory, getting closer and closer to being crowned national champion for the first time. Leverkusen will, this weekend, surge over the line and end a run of Bayern championships that stretches back more than a decade.
Persons: laud Leverkusen’s Organizations: Bayer Leverkusen, Soccer, Rivals, Bayern Munich, Bayern, Werder Bremen Locations: German
It is so dangerous and troubling that Israel’s best option, when all is said and done, might be to leave a rump Hamas leadership in power in Gaza. I argued in October that Israel was making a terrible mistake by rushing headlong into invading Gaza, the way America did in Afghanistan after 9/11. I thought Israel should have focused first on getting back its hostages, delegitimizing Hamas for its murderous and rapacious Oct. 7 rampage, and going after Hamas’s leadership in a targeted way — more Munich, less Dresden. That is, a military response akin to how Israel tracked down the killers of its athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, and not how the U.S. turned Dresden into a pile of rubble in World War II. That approach would have won the support, funding and, I think, even peacekeeping troops of moderate Arab states like the U.A.E.
Persons: Benjamin Netanyahu, Biden, Israel, Organizations: U.S, Hamas, Hamas Palestinian Authority, West Bank, Palestinian Authority Locations: Israel, Gaza, Afghanistan, Munich, Dresden, U.S
CNN —Some Arsenal fans might have been forgiven for waking up in a cold sweat in the nights leading up to Tuesday’s Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Bayern Munich. The 30-year-old became the fastest player to score 20 Bundesliga goals, reaching the landmark in just 14 matches, well ahead of Uwe Seeler’s previous record of 21. He also has four hat-tricks to his name, something no player had previously achieved in their first Bundesliga season. Arsenal fans thought Kane should have been shown a red card in the second half. With Bayern fans banned from the match due as punishment for throwing flares onto the pitch during their side’s win against Lazio in the previous round, you could hear a pin drop inside the Emirates.
Persons: Harry Kane, Kane, Uwe Seeler’s, Seeler, Robert Lewandowski’s, David Klein, Thomas Tuchel, Xabi Alonso’s Bayer, Kane’s, , ” Tuchel, Eric Dier, Adrian Dennis, Tuchel, haven’t, , Serge Gnaby, Leroy Sané, David Raya, Leandro Trossard’s, Gabriel, William Saliba, Kieran Cleeves, It’s, Kingsley, Frenchman, ” Kane Organizations: CNN, Arsenal, Tuesday’s Champions League, Bayern Munich, Gunners, Tottenham Hotspur, Bundesliga, Reuters Bayern, Bayern, Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen, FC Saarbrücken, League, “ Arsenal, Spurs, Champions League, Getty, , Emirates, Lazio, Tottenham, TNT Sports Locations: England, London, Germany, Europe, AFP, Munich
A technician at a German museum was fired for smuggling his own painting into one of its galleries. AdvertisementAn art museum worker in Germany was fired after he smuggled in one of his own paintings and hung it up on the wall, Süddeutsche Zeitung reported. According to the newspaper, the employee, a 51-year-old man, worked as a technician at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich but also moonlighted as a freelance artist. The Pinakothek der Moderne contains works by the likes of Salvador Dalí and Henri Matisse, which can sell for tens of millions of dollars. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: , Salvador Dalí, Henri Matisse Organizations: Service, Zeitung, Business Locations: Germany, Munich
CNN —For a brief moment, one German man achieved his dream: his artwork hanging in a famous museum. After security discovered the newest addition to the museum’s collections, they promptly took down the display and the man was fired. “The supervisors notice something like this immediately,” Tine Nehler told Süddeutsche Zeitung. This means that the public prosecutor’s office will now decide what happens,” Christian Drexler, chief superintendent of the Munich Police, told CNN. The man was banned from the museum as part of his termination agreement, Süddeutsche Zeitung reported.
Persons: , , ” Tine Nehler, , ” Christian Drexler, ” Drexler Organizations: CNN, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich Police, Security, Staff Locations: Munich, Germany, Bonn
CNN —Paris police will “considerably boost security measures” for the Champions League quarterfinal between Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona this week, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin told journalists Tuesday. The heightened security presence follows a threat from the Islamic State terror group against the Parc des Princes and other European soccer stadiums hosting Champions League matches, Darmanin said. “We’re aware of online and media reports in relation to calls to target matches across Europe and here in London. Tightened security in the Spanish capitalIn Madrid, Spanish security forces are reinforcing security measures ahead of the city’s two Champions League games at the Bernabéu and Civitas Metropolitano stadiums, police sources told CNN. On Wednesday, 1,275 security personnel are expected to be deployed for a match watched by around 68,000.
Persons: Germain, Gerald Darmanin, Darmanin, , Ade Adelekan, , Clive Mason, Santiago Bernabéu, Francisco Martín Organizations: CNN, Paris, Champions League, Paris Saint, French, League, European, UEFA, London’s Metropolitan Police, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Emirates, ” Arsenal, Metropolitan Police, Police, Bayern, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Santiago, PSG, Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, ISIS, Civitas Metropolitano, Spanish Locations: Barcelona, Parc des, London’s, London, Europe, Moscow, Spanish, Madrid, England
Public safety officials in England, France and Spain said Tuesday that they would step up security for matches this week in the Champions League, Europe’s marquee soccer competition, after ISIS-related groups called for violent attacks on the contests. The first of four quarterfinal matchups were scheduled in London and Madrid on Tuesday, and were to feature some of the top clubs in world soccer: Spain’s Real Madrid; the English giants Arsenal and Manchester City; and Germany’s Bayern Munich. Two other high-profile matches will take place on Wednesday in Paris and Madrid. “We don’t know what location might be particularly targeted, neither in what conditions,” the French interior minister, Gérald Darmanin, told reporters in Paris. The ministry said security measures at the matches in Madrid had been increased and additional agents deployed.
Persons: Gérald Darmanin Organizations: Champions League, ISIS, Spain’s, Arsenal, Manchester City, Germany’s Bayern Munich, , El Mundo Locations: England, France, Spain, London, Madrid, Spain’s Real Madrid, Paris, Spanish, El
Emirates Stadium, London CNN —Arsenal rescued a draw in the first leg of its Champions League quarterfinal against Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday, on a night which saw a heightened security presence at matches across Europe. Leandro Trossard celebrates after scoring the equalizer against Bayern Munich. The striker celebrated the goal with his trademark celebration in front of the Arsenal fans. With almost the last attack of the game, Saka went down in the box after colliding with Neuer. Speaking to reporters after the game, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said he hadn’t seen the incident and was not keen to dwell on what could have been.
Persons: London CNN —, Leandro Trossard, Saka, Manuel Neuer, Stuart MacFarlane, Arsenal’s, Arsenal's, Adrian Dennis, Ben White, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sané, clumsily, William Saliba, Harry Kane, Sané, White, Trossard, Mikel Arteta, hadn’t, , , Arteta Organizations: London CNN, London CNN — Arsenal, Champions League, Bayern Munich, Emirates, League, UEFA, Arsenal, London’s Metropolitan Police, Bayern, Arsenal FC, Getty, Lazio, Neuer, Tottenham, Premier League, FC Bayern Locations: Europe, Munich, Spain, France, AFP, London, England
Swiss Re names corporate solutions boss Berger as new CEO
  + stars: | 2024-04-03 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
The corporate logo of Swiss Re, the world's second-largest reinsurer, on the outside of the company offices April 22, 2003 in Munich, Germany. Reinsurance company Swiss Re said on Wednesday it would appoint its corporate solutions boss Andreas Berger as its group chief executive from July, replacing long-serving CEO Christian Mumenthaler. De Vaucleroy said Berger had a convincing track record, underscored by his leadership during the successful turnaround of the company's commercial business insurance arm, corporate solutions. In a research note, Foessmeier said Berger had built an impressive track record at corporate solutions, adding: "Reinsurance is currently the sweet spot in the sector, for Andreas Berger the key will be execution. Rwanda-born Berger, 57, is a German national who joined Swiss Re in March 2019 as CEO of corporate solutions and a member of the group executive committee, the company said.
Persons: Andreas Berger, Christian Mumenthaler, Jacques de Vaucleroy, De Vaucleroy, Berger, Simon Foessmeier, Foessmeier Organizations: Swiss, Swiss Re Locations: Munich, Germany, Rwanda, German
It is about verifying, as the president says,” the official told CNN when asked about Xi’s pledge that Beijing will not interfere in the US’ 2024 election. The Biden administration plans to continue stressing to Beijing the US’ grave concerns about Chinese efforts to hack US critical infrastructure, the official said. “We would hope there would be a chance for another in-person meeting” in the near future, the senior administration official said. A Treasury official told reporters Monday she planned to have frank discussions on what the administration considers “unfair” trade practices from China. In January, Sullivan met with the Chinese foreign minister in Bangkok, and Blinken met with the Chinese official in Munich in February.
Persons: Joe Biden, Xi Jinping, Biden, , Antony Blinken, Xi, Xi –, Jake Sullivan, Vladimir Putin, , Yellen, Janet Yellen, Sullivan, Blinken, Lloyd Austin, CNN’s Sam Fossum, Arlette Saenz Organizations: Washington CNN, White, Biden, CNN, Treasury, Defense Locations: Gaza, Ukraine, Washington, Beijing, Taiwan, South, Taiwan Strait, China, Woodside , California, California, , Russia, Guangzhou, Bangkok, Munich
They are flying cars, they're flying cars,Tom Chitty: These vehicles aren't necessarily actually cars with wheels, either, because I know that you've done you've got a program coming up soon about eVTOL. And the idea is there's going to be a fleet of these run by an operator. You've alluded to this feature program we've got coming out looking at the future of these, these flying cars, basically in these eVTOLs. And also, we can't finish this episode about flying cars and eVTOLs without talking about Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the OG. Yeah, no, that's, that's very surprising.
Persons: Tom Chitty, Arjun Kharpal, who's, I've, we've, We've, I'm, they'd, I'd, there's, Arjun, that's, we're, you've, there'll, they're, You've, Kharpal, it's, you'll, They've, Morgan Stanley, someone's, What's, they've, They're, Big Ben, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Chitty Bang Bang, Tom, We'll Organizations: JPMorgan, CNBC, Mar, Airbus, Archer Aviation, Joby, Infrastructure, Boeing, Heathrow Airport, Civil Aviation Administration, U.S . Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, Autonomy, London, Transport Locations: Spain, China, Europe, Munich, Germany, beyondthevalley@cnbc.com, London, Chinese, Guangzhou, Birmingham, U.S, Manchester, it's, eVTOLs, Battersea, Heathrow
CNN —Bayer Leverkusen took an almighty step towards winning its first Bundesliga title after producing a stunning comeback victory on Saturday, before title rival Bayern Munich lost during an eventful day in the German top-flight. Leverkusen scored two late goals to beat Hoffenheim 2-1 and maintain its unbeaten record in the league. Later that day, Bayern Munich produced a disappointing display in a 2-0 loss to fierce rival Borussia Dortmund. However, as it has done on many occasions this season, Leverkusen struck late and equalized in the 88th minute through Robert Andrich. Bayern Munich now sits 13 points off the top of the table, with seven games remaining.
Persons: CNN — Bayer, Thomas Tuchel, , ” Patrik Schick, Lars Baron, Xabi, Maximilian Beier, Robert Andrich, Patrik Schick, ” Alonso, Alonso, Matthias Schrader, Tuchel, Harry Kane, , Joshua Kimmich, We’re Organizations: CNN, CNN — Bayer Leverkusen, Bundesliga, Bayern Munich, Leverkusen, Hoffenheim, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern, Reuters, Xabi Alonso’s, Star, Dortmund, Champions League, Arsenal, ” Bayern Locations: Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Munich
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