Read more about the article Red Bull Heir And Europe’s Richest Millennial Banks In Another GBP 500 Million Payout After Inheriting Firm
Photo shows Mark Mateschitz, undated. The Red Bull owner will give to more than 2,000 employees a bonus of 3,000 euros, fulfilling one of the last wishes of his father Dietrich 'Didi' Mateschitz who died in 2022. (Newsflash)

Red Bull Heir And Europe’s Richest Millennial Banks In Another GBP 500 Million Payout After Inheriting Firm

Europe's richest millennial and the heir to Red Bull, Mark Mateschitz, has banked a GBP 500 million dividend as his first payment after inheriting the company from his late father.…

Continue ReadingRed Bull Heir And Europe’s Richest Millennial Banks In Another GBP 500 Million Payout After Inheriting Firm
Read more about the article Drinks Tycoon Mark Mateschitz Gives All Employees A EUR 3K Inflation Bonus
Photo shows Mark Mateschitz, undated. The Red Bull owner will give to more than 2,000 employees a bonus of 3,000 euros, fulfilling one of the last wishes of his father Dietrich 'Didi' Mateschitz who died in 2022. (Newsflash)

Drinks Tycoon Mark Mateschitz Gives All Employees A EUR 3K Inflation Bonus

Europe's richest millennial and Red Bull tycoon Mark Mateschitz is to give all staff in the Red Bull empire he recently inherited a special EUR 3,000 inflation bonus after pocketing…

Continue ReadingDrinks Tycoon Mark Mateschitz Gives All Employees A EUR 3K Inflation Bonus
Read more about the article US Lake Tahoe Has Most Plastic Waste In New European Study
Image shows Lake Tahoe, located along the state line of California and Nevada, USA, undated photo. Researchers from the city of Vienna, Austria, found out that it has more microplastic than in the world's most polluted subtropical ocean. (Newsflash)

US Lake Tahoe Has Most Plastic Waste In New European Study

The USA's two-million-year-old Lake Tahoe, known for its insanely beautiful blue colour, contains a higher load of microplastics than the world's most polluted oceans. The groundbreaking research led by the…

Continue ReadingUS Lake Tahoe Has Most Plastic Waste In New European Study
Read more about the article One Of World’s Largest Cut Black Diamonds To Be Featured In Renowned Jewellery Artist’s Greatest Europe Exhibition
Image shows one of the world's largest cut black diamonds named 'Legend of the Colour Black', undated photo. It will be featured at the Wallace Chan exhibition led by Christie's, in London, England, between Sep. 4 and 10, 2023. (Christie/s/Newsflash)

One Of World’s Largest Cut Black Diamonds To Be Featured In Renowned Jewellery Artist’s Greatest Europe Exhibition

Christie's will host one of the largest known cut black diamonds in the world in the greatest ever European exhibition of renowned jewellery artist Wallace Chan. The fascinating black diamond…

Continue ReadingOne Of World’s Largest Cut Black Diamonds To Be Featured In Renowned Jewellery Artist’s Greatest Europe Exhibition
Read more about the article Europe’s Flotilla Of Deadly Man O’War Stingers
Photo shows the Portuguese man o' war (Physalia physalis), undated. Workers from the San Sebastian City Council collected Portuguese man o' wars (Physalia physalis) from the sea near Donostia beach, Spain, Thursday, Aug. 10, 2023. (Donostia City Hall/Newsflash)

Europe’s Flotilla Of Deadly Man O’War Stingers

This is the lethal catch of terrifying Portuguese Man o' War stingers as officials in Spain try to scoop them from the sea. The bag-like creatures - often mistaken for…

Continue ReadingEurope’s Flotilla Of Deadly Man O’War Stingers
Read more about the article Ancient Mummies  Hold Secrets Of World’s Weather
Picture shows ancient wooden tags, undated. The wooden tags hold clues to the climate of the times of Roman Egypt in the form of the trees growth rings. (Prof. Dr. Sabine Huebner/Newsflash)

Ancient Mummies Hold Secrets Of World’s Weather

Ancient body tags used to identify mummies from 2,000 years ago could hold the secret of the planet's extreme weather patterns, it has emerged. Scientists in Switzerland are examining 3,000…

Continue ReadingAncient Mummies Hold Secrets Of World’s Weather
Read more about the article Italy To Ban English Words Because Britain Left Europe
Fabio Rampelli, poses in undated photo. He introduced the legislation for Italians who use English and other foreign words in official communications to face fines of up to EUR 100,000. (@fabiorampelli/Newsflash)

Italy To Ban English Words Because Britain Left Europe

Italian politicians are trying to ban English words from their language in revenge for Britain leaving the European Union. Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni‚Äôs nationalist Brothers of Italy party wants all…

Continue ReadingItaly To Ban English Words Because Britain Left Europe
Read more about the article Zoo Giraffe Enters Race For Top Political Party
Image shows an illustrative photo of a giraffe from the Schoenbrunn Zoo, in the city of Vienna, Austria, undated photo. Dubbed Camelo Pardalis the animal entered the race to become chairman of Austria's Social Democratic Party, or SPOe in March 2023. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Zoo Giraffe Enters Race For Top Political Party

A zoo giraffe has entered the race for a top job in politics after being put in for the leadership role in one of Europe's most divided parties. The giraffe…

Continue ReadingZoo Giraffe Enters Race For Top Political Party
Read more about the article Steel Was Already Used In In Stone Age Europe 2,900 Years Ago, Says Study
Image shows geochemical analyses used by the researchers to show that stone stelae on the Iberian peninsula that date back to the Final Bronze Age feature complex engravings that could only have been done using tempered steel, undated photo. This was backed up by metallographic analyses of an iron chisel from the same period and region that showed the necessary carbon content to be proper steel. (Rafael Ferreiro Maehlmann/Newsflash)

Steel Was Already Used In In Stone Age Europe 2,900 Years Ago, Says Study

New research by German scientists has revealed that Europeans already used steel tools nearly 3,000 years ago. The groundbreaking discovery was made after scientists from the University of Freiburg analysed…

Continue ReadingSteel Was Already Used In In Stone Age Europe 2,900 Years Ago, Says Study

End of content

No more pages to load