2017.03.20

News Headlines - 20 March 2017

David Rockefeller, Philanthropist and Head of Chase Manhattan, Dies at 101 - The New York Times

David Rockefeller, the banker and philanthropist with the fabled family name who controlled Chase Manhattan bank for more than a decade and wielded vast influence around the world for even longer as he spread the gospel of American capitalism, died on Monday morning at his home in Pocantico Hills, N.Y. He was 101.

Brexit will begin on March 29, No 10 reveals and there will be no early general election before 2020

Theresa May will trigger the two year process of leaving the European Union on March 29, No 10 has announced.

Protect and Survive: Armageddon advice guide to be republished | The Guardian

Imperial War Museum to reissue 1980 pamphlet advising people to brick up windows and fill bath after a nuclear strike

Italy’s Struggling Economy Has World’s Healthiest People - Bloomberg

While Italy is among the most developed countries, growth has stagnated for decades, almost 40 percent of its youngsters are out of jobs and it’s saddled with one of the world’s highest debt loads relative to the size of its economy. Yet Italians are in way better shape than Americans, Canadians and Brits, who all suffer from higher blood pressure and cholesterol and poorer mental health.

No more films for Schwarzenegger's 'Terminator' franchise: source - NY Daily News

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator franchise has been terminated after 32 years, according to an inside source, who reports that Paramount execs have decided not to pick up their option to bring Arnie and “Game of Thrones” beauty Emilia Clarke back for additional movies in the series. Originally it was hoped that the next installment would happen this year.


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