PremiumPortuguese league. “Centralization of TV rights must have direct intervention by the State”, defends EY partner
Football Yearbook, a partnership between Liga Portugal and EY, outlines the economic portrait of the industry. For Miguel Farinha, from EY, the theme of television rights is urgent for the football product to become more attractive.
Despite the crisis caused by Covid-19 and the uncertainties about the future, the author's catering sector is experiencing a dynamic moment, in Lisbon, Porto and inland. Inaugurations, reopenings, new letters, new partnerships, new services are the assets to attract more customers. Mostly national, because there are still many planes on the ground and many tourists at home.
At 87, the US Supreme Court judge was hospitalized for the second time this year, first to treat a stubborn (third) cancer and now for minor surgery. With liberals in the minority in court (4-5), and in an election year, Ginsburg refuses to step down as long as he is fit. And for now, it still is, he guarantees.
28 directors accumulate positions in several companies listed on the Lisbon stock exchange. Accumulation is permitted by market rules and points to the cross-cutting nature of some economic groups in Portugal, which are shareholders in several companies. Small shareholders' association argues that executive directors should not accumulate positions outside their business group.
On January 25, everything seemed lost for FC Porto, with Sérgio Conceição's 'punch on the table' exposing internal problems. Twenty-two days were enough to change everything, after Marega's 'enough' hearing racist insults in Guimarães marked the union of the squad that led to the conquest of the 29th title of national soccer champion.
PremiumAlba Baptista: There is very little of a nun and the blessing is given by punching and kicking
A career marked by soap operas and national films reached the highest point with the premiere of “Warrior Nun”, the first Netflix series starring a Portuguese actress. Daughter of a Brazilian father and an emigrant mother, Alba Baptista is 23 years old and dreams without borders.
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