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Louis Dreyfus
Louis Dreyfus
Louis Dreyfus основана во Франции в 1851 г. и на сегодняшний день является одной из крупнейших агропромышленных компаний в мире. Головной офис расположен в Нидерландах. Деятельность ведется в 90 странах мира. Louis Dreyfus - крупнейший в мире зерновой трейдер, занимается также энергетикой, перерабо ...

Louis Dreyfus основана во Франции в 1851 г. и на сегодняшний день является одной из крупнейших агропромышленных компаний в мире. Головной офис расположен в Нидерландах. Деятельность ведется в 90 странах мира.

Louis Dreyfus - крупнейший в мире зерновой трейдер, занимается также энергетикой, переработкой сельскохозяйственной продукции, поиском и разработкой месторождений нефти и газа, работает в сфере международных перевозок, лесного хозяйства и деревообработки, в сфере телекоммуникаций и недвижимости. Штат сотрудников насчитывает около 22 тыс. человек по всему миру. Выручка компании в 2014 г. составила $64,7 млрд.

На 85% принадлежащая Louis Dreyfus Group компания Louis Dreyfus Commodities занимается торговлей и переработкой сельскохозяйственных товаров. Ежегодно через различные подразделения компании по всему миру проходит около 77 млн тонн продовольствия.


Российская дочерняя компания Louis Dreyfus ООО "Луис Дрейфус Коммодитиз Восток" – один из лидеров зернового рынка России, ежегодно поставляет за рубеж от 1,5 млн до 3 млн тонн зерна.

Louis Dreyfus также владеет в России элеваторной сетью – ООО "Русская элеваторная компания", 2 из 9-ти элеваторов которой расположены в Ростовской области.



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20 октября, 17:32

The Executive Producer Of 'Veep' Says Trump Is Ruining Comedy, Too

Over the course of the 2016 election, the typical absurdity of the political world has been outdone by that of Donald Trump, a man who didn’t just throw the political handbook into the trash during his presidential run, but also doused it in lighter fluid, lit it aflame and maniacally laughed as the entire surrounding block burned down to the ground.  And, while the recklessness with which Trump has trampled through the political landscape has made the jobs of late-night TV writers much easier over the last year, it has made the lives of people like David Mandel more difficult. Mandel, who took over the executive producing reins of “Veep” during Season 5, lamented what Trump has done to political comedy in an interview with the Los Angeles Times published on Wednesday. “[Trump] is ruining comedy,” Mandel said.   The beauty of “Veep,” the Emmy Award –winning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus –led HBO comedy show about political life in Washington D.C., lies in its ability to work within the confines of the realistic. While the storylines are fictional, as is Louis-Dreyfus’s character, the politician Selina Meyer, the framework in which the show works is believable. We can imagine a politician dealing with a “stress-pimple” or bumbling her way through the ramifications of an accidental tweet. [Trump] is ruining comedy. "Veep" executive producer David Mandel But the near-constant chaos trumpeted up by Trump has created a reality that makes the parody that is “Veep” look tame by comparison. “It’s madness and it’s unbelievably crude,” Mandel said. “While I know a lot of people say ‘Veep’ is occasionally crude, I certainly like to think that we are artfully crude. Most likely we’d all be fired if we wrote a 10th of what has happened thus far.” “Some of the fun of [Meyer’s] existence is the incompetency at the job,” the producer added. “Yet none of those things we do [on ‘Veep’] seem quite as incompetent as running for president and knowing that you had a video of you harassing women out there. What we used to do was sort of like funny incompetence, and this is just sort of sad, scary incompetence.” “Veep” actor Sam Richardson, who plays the always-affable Richard Splett on the show, relayed similar sentiments to The Huffington Post earlier this year.  “If we tried to do this, what’s happening in the world, on our show — it’d be like, ‘Well, it’s fake-o. No way. That’s not real,’” Richardson said.  In his conversation with the Los Angeles Times, Mandel recalled a joke from Season 5 in which a character apparently called a female police officer a “p***y.” Eventually, the joke was cut because it seemed a bit too much, a decision that now looks unnecessarily conservative in hindsight. Timothy Simons, who plays the gregarious Jonah Ryan on the show, told HuffPost a similar story this year in which his character accidentally raises his hand in a manner reminiscent of the Third Reich. Again, the actor thought it might have been too much. But, soon after, Trump did almost the exact same thing.  “Ostensibly this entire election campaign is like a comedy version of someone hitting you in the face with a fish,” Simons said at the time. “It’s so ridiculous, it would never happen in real life.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

20 октября, 14:03

Emmys to Trump: We’re not rigged

The Emmys reassured the public that their voting process was fair after Hillary Clinton brought up a series of years-old tweets from Donald Trump alleging that the television award show was rigged.“According to many, and while nominated, I would have won the Emmy many times except for my politics,” Trump tweeted in 2013 - one of several tweets that stated the Television Academy, the organization that awards the Emmys, was rigging the vote. Which is worse and which is more dishonest – the @Oscars or the Emmys?” he tweeted in 2014. Clinton referenced the tweets after Donald Trump refused to say if he would peacefully accept the results of this year’s elections, pointing to a long history of Trump saying the deck was stacked against him when he was losing.Shortly after the debate ended, the Television Academy tweeted “rest assured, the #Emmys are not rigged” and linked to an infographic that details their voting process.According to the graphic, over 20,000 voting members cast ballots for the Emmys online, and the results are independently checked by the accounting firm Ernst & Young.The Television Academy wasn’t alone in defended the integrity of the event - actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays former president Selina Meyer on HBO’s hit show Veep and who has personally won nine Emmys, also tweeted that “the Emmys are NOT rigged.”

20 октября, 05:51

Trump Takes Quick Break From Debate To Note He Should Have Won Emmy

Donald Trump took a brief moment during the third presidential debate on Wednesday, a very serious moment in which two individuals vying for the U.S. presidency debated the most important issues in the country, to note, hey, he really deserved at least one Emmy for the work on “Celebrity Apprentice,”  you know? Discussing Trump’s claims that the 2016 election is “rigged,” Hillary Clinton brought up his past claims that the system was fixed against him. “There was even a time when he didn’t get an Emmy for his TV program three years in a row and he started tweeting that the Emmys were rigged,” she said. Not missing a beat, Trump quipped, “Should have gotten it!” Donald Trump says he "should've gotten" an Emmy for "The Apprentice" #debate pic.twitter.com/eyDqEVtAeA— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) October 20, 2016 “This is a mindset. This is how Donald thinks,” Clinton continued.  Clinton is right. This has apparently been bugging Trump for some time, since he tweeted about it over four years ago. Ironically, he criticized the Emmys at the time by comparing it to his current line of work: politics.  The Emmys are all politics, that's why, despite nominations, The Apprentice never won--even though it should have many times over.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 24, 2012 Which is worse and which is more dishonest - the #Oscars or the Emmys?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 3, 2014 Ian Karmel of “The Late Late Show” had a fun little tweet shortly after Trump’s outburst. SUCK IT, DINGUS. pic.twitter.com/2PulW5DUl6— Ian Karmel (@IanKarmel) October 20, 2016 Nine-time Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus also chimed in. The Emmys are NOT rigged. @VeepHBO @HillaryClinton @realDonaldTrump #debatenight— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) October 20, 2016 And the Television Academy itself provided the final mic drop. Rest assured, the #Emmys are not rigged. https://t.co/vKK5xjqBuy pic.twitter.com/B7dBpGY1uQ— Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) October 20, 2016 This has been an important blog.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

17 октября, 15:12

ФАС разрешила агрохолдингу Владимира Евтушенкова купить четыре актива

Федеральная антимонопольная служба (ФАС) разрешила принадлежащему АФК «Система» Владимира Евтушенкова агрохолдингу «Степь» купить еще четыре сельскохозяйственных актива, ...

11 октября, 16:53

Ключевой вопрос инвестиций в портовую отрасль лежит в законодательной плоскости

Главная проблема инвестирования в морехозяйственный комплекс Украины лежит в законодательной плоскости и в вопросах изменения этого законодательства, считает генеральный директор группы терминалов "ТИС" (Одесская обл.) Андрей Ставницер.

05 октября, 14:16

PENCE beats KAINE and TRUMP -- BEHIND the SCENES in Farmville -- WSJ: TRUMP’s best debate -- B’DAY: Mandy Grunwald

Good Wednesday morning. The general consensus: Mike Pence won the debate. The CNN/ORC poll post-debate poll -- which tends to track pretty closely with public surveys taken days later -- has Pence beating Tim Kaine last night, 48% to 42% (http://cnn.it/2dIQihu) Pence turned in a far better performance than Donald Trump. Even the Trump haters thought Pence was good. ERICK ERICKSON (@EWErickson): “Pence has convinced me conservatives should not write him off for 2020 just by being Trump’s VP nominee. He was solid.”34 DAYS until ELECTION DAY.A FEW THOUGHTS: This won’t move polls a smidgen and Trump won’t be happy that his No. 2 was far better than he was. And while this debate won’t impact the race overall, there will be a lasting effect and well of support for Pence, particularly among the often fickle donor class that has been extremely frustrated by Trump. Though Pence clearly had the better evening Tuesday night, his one big flub came out of frustration with Kaine pressing him several times on Trump calling Mexicans rapists. Democrats have already seized on his clumsy retort — “You whipped out that Mexican thing [email protected]: “CNN’s John King, reporting from a source close to Trump, that the reviews that Pence did better [than] he did won’t go over well with [email protected]: “Trump adviser on debate after Pence passed up opportunities to defend him: ‘Pence won overall, but lost with Trump’ … more from adviser on Trump reaction to strong Pence debate following poor Trump showing last week: ‘he can’t stand to be upstaged’”**SUBSCRIBE to Playbook: http://politi.co/1M75UbX--WSJ EDITORIAL BOARD: “Trump’s best debate”: “If Donald Trump could make the case for Donald Trump half as well as Mike Pence makes the case for Donald Trump, the New York businessman would be well on his way to the White House. That’s our conclusion from Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, in which the Indiana Governor made the sustained case against the Hillary Clinton-Barack Obama status quo in Washington that Mr. Trump should have made last week …“Mr. Kaine’s marching orders clearly were to absorb the Clinton campaign’s opposition research file on Mr. Trump, keep repeating it, and dare Mr. Pence to defend it. The point seemed to be to remind Americans that Mr. Trump can be crude, nasty and untutored. This fits the Clinton campaign strategy to delegitimize Mr. Trump personally as a potential President. His affirmative case for Mrs. Clinton and her agenda were almost afterthoughts. For the most part Mr. Pence dodged this trap, going back on offense against the Clinton-Obama record rather than defend every Trump statement, many of which are indefensible. This is a useful lesson for Mr. Trump to take into the next debate on Sunday night, a town hall in which audience members will ask the questions. People want to like their Presidents.” http://on.wsj.com/2cSlxVD [email protected]: “Pence is a former member of congressional leadership & sitting governor. No governors or senators in spin room for him, 2 House members.” ... @davidfrum: “There’s a lot to be said for running professional politicians for professional political offices.” ... @maggieNYT: “Eric Trump says Pence ‘represented the family’ and the party well. Pretty sure the family isn't running” Video of Eric Trump http://bit.ly/2dwwbnA … @MarkHalperin: “Biggest, truest reality postVP debate: 99% of political/media elites believe Trump MUST win next debate to have a chance for WH”--DANA BASH -- the pride of GW -- presses ERIC TRUMP on whether Donald Trump has paid federal income taxes. http://bit.ly/2cRQkXx GORE! -- @gdebenedetti: “I’m told it’s true: Al Gore will soon be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.”PICS BEHIND THE SCENES -- Reince Priebus talking debate strategy on TV http://politi.co/2cRyWNK … Robby Mook getting the full-candidate treatment swarmed by press in the spin room http://politi.co/2dPNnaZ … Jennifer Palmieri spinning the media pre-debate http://politi.co/2dPLNpv … Reporters meeting the brewmasters at the Anheuser Busch media open bar http://politi.co/2dIigON … FROM THE SCOTT MAHASKEY FILES -- Debate attendees taking photos http://politi.co/2dCWkmL … Powerful solo shot before spectators allowed into the arena http://politi.co/2dQLFCC --THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN had top operatives spinning hourly before the debate. Trump’s campaign had nobody. PENCE went on a run around Longwood University to get ready for the main event. CBS’s ELAINE QUIJANO turned to veteran CBS anchor -- and three-time debate moderator -- BOB SCHIEFFER and senior White House correspondent Bill Plante to help her prep for the debate. Schieffer played Pence and Plante played Kaine. WISCONSIN GOV. SCOTT WALKER, who played Kaine for Pence, was seen as very effective. The Pence team sought more advice from Walker than expected.SPOTTED in FARMVILLE: Sean Hannity, accompanied by a five-person entourage, greeted like a hero in the filing center … Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) wandering around the media center after hitting the buffet … Breitbart’s Matt Boyle at the Budweiser bar … Having dinner in the beer tent: Dan Balz, Phil Rucker, Jen Palmieri and Donna Brazile ... Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore -- once a 2016 longshot -- hanging around the spin room unrecognized … Bob Barnett walking with an aide … John Harwood talking one-on-one with John Podesta … Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) chatting up DNC Chair Donna Brazile pre-debate … Arizona Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, Pence pal Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.), Jesse Jackson, Eric Trump and Matt SchlappALEX BURNS: “Under sustained pressure from Mr. Kaine, Mr. Pence declined for almost the entire evening to break from Donald J. Trump on any questions of judgment and policy. He calmly sidestepped a flurry of attacks over Mr. Trump’s offensive remarks, opting to ignore them rather than defend his running mate, and delivered his own, sanitized version of the Trump-Pence message. In a tone of reassurance, Mr. Pence insisted there was nothing improper about Mr. Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns.” http://nyti.ms/2cSp3iX BOB COSTA: “Indiana Gov. Mike Pence spent Tuesday’s vice-presidential debate being the opposite of Donald Trump, both in style and in substance. Pence was humble. He was a font of homespun Midwestern values and traditional Republican orthodoxy.” http://wapo.st/2dwnzxh GLENN THRUSH’s FIVE TAKEAWAYS “FROM THE DEBATE THAT DIDN’T MATTER”: “The first and only vice-presidential debate of 2016 was less a game-changer than a channel-changer, a snippy and probably inconsequential 90 minutes marginally won by Mike Pence – a confident, slightly smarmy debater very much in the mold of those calculating Washington, D.C., politicians who are destroying America … Hillary Clinton is lucky she’s facing Trump instead of Pence … Tim Kaine wasn’t trying to win the debate – he was trying to bash Trump … “Snatching discord from the jaws of victory? Clinton and her brain trust, according to several Democrats I spoke to, were satisfied (if not elated) by Kaine’s performance. Whether Trump appreciated Pence’s defenses, well that’s less clear. Moments after the candidates left the stage, John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times quoted a Trump adviser saying that the GOP nominee, who was watching the debate from a hotel in Vegas, was less than satisfied with his running mate … Pence dodged almost every tough question ... Quijano was a weak moderator.” http://politi.co/2dsCUQ9 PAUL RYAN -- The speaker’s post-debate statement: “I could not be more proud of my friend Mike Pence’s performance tonight. Mike articulated very clearly why Republicans have better solutions to grow our economy, provide more good paying jobs, address the growing threats to our national security, and improve the lives of American workers. He delivered a strong view of the conservative principles that drive our party and provided clear contrast between the policies of a Trump-Pence administration and four more years of failed Obama-era policies.”POLLS -- MONMOUTH: PENNSYLVANIA -- Hillary Clinton 50, Donald Trump 40, Gary Johnson 5, Jill Stein 2 http://bit.ly/2dsBOUp … ELON: NORTH CAROLINA -- Hillary Clinton 45, Donald Trump 39 http://bit.ly/2dDNG7E HAPPENING TODAY -- DONALD TRUMP has an 11:30 a.m. event in Henderson, Nevada, followed by a 3:30 p.m. rally in Reno. Mike Pence goes to Harrisonburg, Virginia, at 11:30 a.m. and Grantville, Pennsylvania, at 7 p.m.HILLARY CLINTON is in Madison and Green Bay, Wisconsin with Sen. Bernie Sanders and Russ Feingold. Tim Kaine goes to Philadelphia. Chelsea Clinton is going to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for a fundraiser at Brendan and Jana Johnson’s home.BARACK OBAMA heads to FEMA this afternoon for an update on Hurricane Matthew. BIG IN BEIJING -- From the NYT’s Chris Buckley: “The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, appears prepared to defy the Communist Party’s established script for transferring power and delay the designation of his successor until after a party congress next year, unsettling the party elite and stirring speculation that he wants to prolong his tenure.” http://nyti.ms/2dwFROM HOT DOC -- New FEC filing: Playboy Inc. http://bit.ly/2dIYGgj CLICKER -- David Sparks (@dsparks): “A century of presidential elections, in one GIF. An isarithmic history of the two-party vote, 1920-2012. Red is Republican, blue Democratic.” http://bit.ly/2dJh4eg VIDEO DU JOUR: Veep’s “Selina Meyer” (Julia Louis Dreyfus) made her Snapchat debut last night with a Snapchat Live Story covering the Vice Presidential Debate. http://bit.ly/2de0bTZCLINTON CLEAN-UP -- “Bill Clinton firmly declares his support for Obamacare,” by Yousef Saba: “Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday evening firmly declared his support for the Affordable Care Act, after causing a dust-up by referring to some of the effects of President Barack Obama's signature legislative achievement as ‘the craziest thing in the world.’ ‘I want to say this one thing about the health-care law, because that’s another thing they’ve been trying to tangle in — I supported the Affordable Care Act. I support it today,’ he said while campaigning for his wife in Steubenville, Ohio on Tuesday.” http://politi.co/2dHtmOO … Video of Clinton calling it crazy http://bit.ly/2ddU0PK -- “Bill Clinton to make trio of Conn. stops for Hillary Clinton,” by Connecticut Post’s Neil Vigdor: “The 42nd president is scheduled to make stops [Monday] in the bucolic Litchfield County retreats of Warren and New Preston before ending his day with a private art gallery reception in Greenwich.” http://bit.ly/2ddY9TP-- “Boston bank felt effects when Trump hit early debt,” by the Boston Globe’s Beth Healy http://bit.ly/2duzrAi CATNIP FOR THE RIGHT -- “Obama DOJ drops charges against alleged broker of Libyan weapons,” by Ken Vogel and Josh Gerstein: “The Obama administration is moving to dismiss charges against an arms dealer it had accused of selling weapons that were destined for Libyan rebels. ... The deal averts a trial that threatened to cast additional scrutiny on Hillary Clinton’s private emails as Secretary of State, and to expose reported [CIA] attempts to arm rebels fighting Libyan leader Moammar Qadhafi.” http://politi.co/2drYDIY NEW AD -- “NRA out with biggest ad buy yet to boost Trump,” by Sarah Wheaton: “Starting Wednesday, the NRA is spending $6.5 million on a spot featuring a 26-year-old lawyer named Kristi McMains, who said the pistol in her purse saved her life when a man attacked her in a parking garage. It’s a play not just for rural voters – the NRA’s core base — but also millennials and women, groups Trump has struggled to attract. … [T]he ads are running on broadcast networks in Ohio, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as national cable.” http://politi.co/2dJhmSv--FIRST IN PLAYBOOK -- Two new VoteVets ads are launching today. In the Nevada Senate race, they are dropping $760,000 on broadcast and cable in anti-Joe Heck ad, which features Marine Vietnam Veteran Robert Nard of Las Vegas http://bit.ly/2dr1T9O ... In Maine’s 2nd Congressional district, they’re spending $500,000 on broadcast and cable with an anti-Bruce Poliquin ad, featuring retired Maj. Gen. Donald Edwards from Maine http://bit.ly/2ddYjuj FIRST LOOK – Global Strategy Group’s quarterly Compass memo, which explores “the most effective words for Democratic campaigns to use against their GOP opponents.” http://bit.ly/2dJhy3TWALL STREET WATCH -- “Twitter Is Expected to Field Bids This Week: Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff wants Twitter’s data trove and brand; he called social-media pioneer an ‘unpolished jewel,’” by WSJ’s Monica Langley: http://on.wsj.com/2dvb2tJWASHINGTON INC. -- “Lobbyists as Directors Test Rules for Corporate Boards: Directors at some companies are paid to lobby for those firms or allied trade groups, while also helping set the CEO’s pay,” by Theo Francis and Brody Mullins: “At Louisiana health-care company LHC Group Inc., the board’s compensation committee has approved a 90% raise for the chief executive over two years and given him personal use of the company plane. Members of compensation committees must be independent directors with no financial ties to the company or its executives, say rules adopted after the financial crisis ...“At LHC, however, two of the committee’s three members are lobbyists for LHC, which foots the bill for their work. The two are former Sen. John Breaux and former Rep. Billy Tauzin, both of Louisiana. The 2010 requirement that only independent directors can set executive pay at most public companies was the latest in a string of efforts by Congress, regulators and stock exchanges to make sure people who hold important roles on corporate boards are free of potential conflicts of interest that could sway their judgment.” http://on.wsj.com/2cSz9QI VALLEY TALK -- “Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence – sources,” by Reuters’ Joseph Menn: “Yahoo Inc last year secretly built a custom software program to search all of its customers’ incoming emails for specific information provided by U.S. intelligence officials ... The company complied with a classified U.S. government demand, scanning hundreds of millions of Yahoo Mail accounts at the behest of the National Security Agency or FBI … Some surveillance experts said this represents the first case to surface of a U.S. Internet company agreeing to an intelligence agency's request by searching all arriving messages, as opposed to examining stored messages or scanning a small number of accounts in real time.” http://reut.rs/2ddYkOM -- “Google Has Its Own Phones. Now It Must Fix Its Retail Strategy,” by Bloomberg: “Google unveiled new hardware from smartphones and smart speakers to wireless routers on Tuesday. It was a year-long odyssey that involved design, supply chain negotiations and the search for a manufacturing partner. Now the Alphabet Inc. unit must grapple with the equally daunting challenge of getting the gadgets to consumers. It has a history of retail strategies that either struggled or never got off the ground, according to people familiar with the company’s retail efforts.” http://bloom.bg/2dwEX4S CLINTON, INC. -- “Clinton Foundation: Those ‘Hacked Files’ Aren’t Ours,” by The Daily Beast’s Shane Harris: “A hacker going by the name Guccifer 2.0 claimed to have published files hacked from the Clinton Foundation on Tuesday, including spreadsheets that appear to show corporate money being funneled to politicians and a computer file titled ‘pay for play.’ The files -- which weren’t posted in their entirety -- look conspicuously corrupt, and their presentation seems designed to confirm long-standing suspicions that the foundation is indeed a pay for play operation that trades off the Clinton family’s past, present, and potential future influence. But there’s a problem. The president of the Clinton Foundation says the documents aren’t theirs, and there’s no evidence that the organization’s networks have been breached.” http://thebea.st/2dIW9Ub TROUBLE IN PARADISE? -- “CNN, ABC already feuding over next presidential debate,” by Page Six’s Emily Smith: “Anderson Cooper — who has just signed a new long-term deal with CNN — and ABC’s Martha Raddatz are moderating the town-hall debate together, and the rival network anchors are already feuding over who gets to grill the candidates on the most blistering topics. Sources describe the DC meetings among ABC and CNN producers, the on-air talent and network brass ahead of Sunday’s presidential debate as ‘acrimonious at best.’ Another added, ‘There won’t be just two presidential egos in the room on the next debate night, there will be four.’” http://pge.sx/2dD5rE4--PODCAST ALERT – NYT’s new Run-Up episode is on Donald Trump’s taxes with David Barstow and Susanne Craig -- About anonymous sources: “The conversation is often framed around did they have noble intentions or was this score settling or some less-than-noble motive,” Barstow says to Michael Barbaro. “What really matters to me is,” he said “is this information real and, if so, it is newsworthy?” http://nyti.ms/2dJi1mU -- “Steve Scully: the understudy moderator,” by Hadas Gold: “For every general election debate this year, there is a journalist waiting in the wings at the debate hall, ready to sit in the moderator’s chair should an emergency or illness arise. ... While covering the debates like the hundreds of other journalists who descend upon the four universities hosting the debates, Scully has also done the work to prepare his own separate sets of questions for every debate, as though he will be the moderator.” http://politi.co/2dJghdl Rudy Giuliani spotted leaving Playhouse Sq at lunchtime. Who's in the back seat? pic.twitter.com/iwl8ZDmuDl— Annie Wu (@AnnieWu216) October 4, 2016SPOTTED at the Las Vegas home of Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson last night for a Joe Heck for Senate fundraiser: President George W. Bush, Lisa and Joe Heck, Phil Anschutz, Joe Ricketts, Todd Ricketts, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska), Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Danny Tarkanian … Wolf Blitzer having a late dinner on Monday night at Richmond hot spot Edo Squid.VANITY FAIR’s 2016 New Establishment List -- No. 44 Marty Baron … No. 34 Marc Benioff … No. 27 Richard Plepler … No. 24 Marc Andreesen … No. 19 Peter Thiel … No. 14 Sheryl Sandberg … No. 6 Evan Spiegel. http://bit.ly/2dDScmC TRANSITIONS -- Maria Korsnick has been elected president and CEO of Nuclear Energy Institute. She has served as NEI’s COO since May 2015 … Senate Appropriations Republicans announced Fitz Elder IV has been named deputy staff director. Elder was previously SVP at The Russell Group. WEEKEND WEDDING – Ryan Tracy, a WSJ reporter covering financial regulation, married Kali Edwards last weekend. Pic http://bit.ly/2de6XZD ... Podcast with the couple http://bit.ly/2dQYoci BIRTHWEEK (was yesterday): O’Malley alum Annie Osborne, now a Masters of International Relations candidate at LSE ... Santina Leuci, executive editorial producer at ABC ... Dana Mayber, No.1 #Badger fan and policy advisor and special assistant for DPC in the White House (h/t Sophia Kim)BIRTHDAYS: Doug Bailey ... Mandy Grunwald (hat tip: Jon Haber) ... Michael Morrell … MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts ... Teresa Heinz Kerry ... PepsiCo’s EVP of comms. Jon Banner, an ABC News alum, is 49 … Dr. James Hamblin, senior editor at The Atlantic, is 34 ... Carolyn Weyforth Glanville, Romney alum, now Flipboard VIP Outreach and partner marketing … Bob Geldof is 62 ... Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) is 73 ... Politico’s Sloane Potter and Amanda Harris ... Josh Althouse, conservative coalitions coordinator for Speaker Ryan ... Taylor Frechette ... Peter Schottenfels, OFA alum, now press secretary at Airbnb ... Jim Demers, NH state chair for Clinton 2016 and Obama 2008 (h/t Erik Smith) ... Karina Petersen, comms director for Sen. Murkowski (h/t Brian Hughes) ... Brayden McCarthy, Obama NEC/West Wing alum, recent HBS grad, and current VP for Strategy at Fundera, is 30 (Alex Levy, filing from home base in NYC) ... Banks Woodruff of Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce – he celebrated early at the Ryder Cup over the weekend (h/t Melissa Neal) ... … Matt Parker, Ohio Politico and Bush 43 WH alum (h/t PJ Wenzel) ... AEI digital strategy guru Joseph Kosten (h/t Meg Cahill) ... Emily Gribble ... Alison Young ... AP Albany bureau chief David Klepper ... Lainie Ori ... Jill Giuliani Kennedy … Fabien Levy ... Google’s Elisabeth Leoni, a Glover Park Group alum … CBS News’ Whitney Bright … Kevin Hall, Sen. Warner’s comms. director ... Megan Pollock, senior director of strategic comms at Samsung Electronics America ... Erick M. Sanchez, senior advisor at Frontier Solutions and an AFSCME and Tim Ryan alum ... John Boccieri … Mike Petruzzello, managing director at Qorvis ... Chris Michel ... Ashton Theodore Randle, VP of partnerships and outreach at GovPredict... Julie Copeland, executive director at Emerge Virginia ... Blanchi Bettina Cosio ... John Herzog ... Hasib Alikozai ... Michael Tardif ... John Jasik, judicial liaison at State ... Peggy Suntum … Jess Vilsack ... Jim Cavanaugh (h/ts Teresa Vilmain)

23 сентября, 18:49

ЕБРР одобрил выделение сырьевому трейдеру Louis Dreyfus $100 млн кредита

Совет директоров Европейского банка реконструкции и развития (ЕБРР) одобрил предоставление международной трейдерской группе компаний Louis Dreyfus трехлетнего возобновляемого кредита на $100 млн для частичного финансирования оборотного капитала дочерних компаний группы.

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23 сентября, 10:09

Со счетов агрокомпании "Элита" исчезло 8 млн грн за поставленное зерно

Агропредприятие "Элита" (Киевская обл.) заявляет о хищении неизвестными лицами 8 млн грн со счетов "Укрсиббанка" за поставленное зерно компании Louis Dreyfus.

19 сентября, 19:01

Trump compared to Hitler at Emmy Awards

The race for the White House took center stage at the Emmy Awards with plenty of jabs at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who was compared to Adolf Hitler, and a star’s greeting to Hillary

19 сентября, 18:01

Топ новостей 19 сентября

Дайджест «Полит.ру» – подборка из десяти наиболее заметных новостей уходящего дня. Сегодня опубликованы первые официальные итоги выборов в Госдуму и комментарии власти по этому поводу, СМИ рассказали о появлении Министерства госбезопасности по образцу КГБ, а для блогера Носика потребовали два года за пост о Сирии. Путин расценил итоги выборов в Госдуму как аванс Владимир Путин заявил, что считает итоги голосования авансом от россиян, который предстоит отработать. Он пообещал развивать в России многопартийность и поддерживать непартийные организации. «Это еще реакция наших граждан на попытки внешнего давления на Россию, угрозы, санкции, на попытки раскачать ситуацию в нашей стране изнутри», — так оценил Путин итоги голосования. pic.twitter.com/NKLN74sUgp — Alexey Navalny (@navalny) 19 сентября 2016 г. Ну что, еще 450 свежих репрессивных законов только что себе выбрали, сограждане? — Pavel Chikov (@pchikov) 18 сентября 2016 г. Надеюсь, к следующим выборам депутаты запретят-таки интернет, разгонят университеты и вернут обратно церковно-славянский язык. — Anton Semakin (@antonsemakin) 18 сентября 2016 г. Ты за кого голосовал?Я за тёщу Неверова и виолончель,а ты?За Ротенбергов и уточку Медведева.Ну пойдем тогда жрать лебеду?Пошли дружище.. — Kashin⚓Kashin⚓Kashin (@KSHN) 18 сентября 2016 г. Некоторые думают, что после выборов что-то будет. А после выборов не будет ничего. И это жизнь.В. Черномырдин — Илья Варламов (@varlamov) 19 сентября 2016 г. Новая Дума должна стать парламентом развития. Мандат есть, ожидания тоже. Люди ждут не слов, а дел". — Алексей Кудрин (@Aleksei_Kudrin) 18 сентября 2016 г. Песков сравнил явку на думских выборах с европейской В Кремле отказались считать явку на выборах в Госдуму низкой. «Ее нельзя назвать низкой, вы знаете, что в подавляющем большинстве европейских стран, собственно, явка гораздо ниже», — заявил пресс-секретарь президента, отметив, что в выборах участвовало «политически активное население». Явка на выборах составила 47,8%, показав антирекорд с 1993 года. По предварительным данным, «Единая Россия» набирает 54,21% голосов, КПРФ — 13,53%, ЛДПР — 13,28%, «Справедливая Россиия» — 6,19%. В Кремле также отказались признавать разницу между данными ЦИКа и экзит-полов не в пользу «ЕР», назвав последние «некими предположениями». - Элла Александровна, но ведь весь инет полон роликов о нарушениях!- Хо-хо!- Не понял... Ну, вот же - всё очевидно!- Хамите, парниша! — Барон Мюнхгаузен (@2431956) 19 сентября 2016 г. Чтобы провести Резника, Шайхутдинова из ГП и Журавлёва из Родины в Госдуму, ЕдРо вообще не выставило на их участках своих кандидатов. — залесский (@igiss) 19 сентября 2016 г. Партия Меркель показала свой наихудший результат на выборах в Палату депутатов Социал-демократическая партия Германии победила на выборах в земельный парламент Берлина с 21,6% голосов. На втором месте оказался Христианско-демократический союз Ангелы Меркель с 17,6%. Это наихудший результат за историю существования партии. В парламент также прошли «Альтернатива для Германии» с 14,2% голосов и Левая партия с 15,6%, «зеленые» (15,2%) и Свободная демократическая партия Германии (6,7%). This is why Angela Merkel will fail. She hates her country! And German people have finally understood this! pic.twitter.com/yPFXrTu529 — America First! (@America_1st_) 19 сентября 2016 г. СМИ сообщили о существовании в Нью-Йорке «активной террористической ячейки» Полицейские считают, что в Нью-Йорке и Нью-Джерси может действовать активная террористическая ячейка, устроившая оба взрыва. Самодельные устройства были устроены одинаково и сработали от сигнала мобильного телефона. Пока конкретная террористическая организация не называется, но известно имя одного из задержанных по подозрению во взрывах. Это выходец из Афганистана. A suspect in the Manhattan bombing has been identified and the public are warned he could be "armed and dangerous" https://t.co/H3g7oiuSNI — Sky News (@SkyNews) 19 сентября 2016 г. СМИ узнали о создании Министерства госбезопасности На основе ФСБ может появиться Министерство госбезопасности, куда до выборов 2018 года войдут Служба внешней разведки и ФСО. Они будут обеспечивать безопасность во всех правоохранительных и силовых структурах. Следственное управление в составе МГБ займется наиболее резонансными и имеющими государственное значение уголовными делами, а СКР может снова стать структурой прокуратуры. В Кремле эту информацию комментировать пока отказались. Преобразование ФСБ в МГБ - это какие-то полумеры. Даёшь уже сразу НКВД!!! pic.twitter.com/K13zMa0H1f — Мuд Роисси (@Fake_MIDRF) 19 сентября 2016 г. СМИ сообщили о планах создания Министерства госбезопасности, своего рода КГБ https://t.co/jIuBVmiWf9 pic.twitter.com/XllQxXAc9E — Лентач (@oldLentach) 19 сентября 2016 г. Прокурор потребовал для Носика два года заключения Прокурор попросил назначить для блогера Антона Носика наказание в виде двух лет колонии по делу о возбуждении ненависти и вражды из-за публикации им в 2015 году статьи «Стереть Сирию с лица земли» в своем ЖЖ. Также гособвинение настаивает на штрафе в размере 180 тысяч рублей. Сам Носик в суде признал, что «перегнул палку» своим постом. Прокурор запросил два года колонии для Носика за экстремистский текст по Сирии Не посадят, думаю. Будет штраф или условка. — Илья Ремесло (@iremeslo) 19 сентября 2016 г. За слова без насилия сажать нельзя. "Призывы" Носика — гораздо более прямые, в сравнении со Стомахиным. Носика жалеют, Стомахина игнорят :-( — Victor Korb (@Victor_Korb) 19 сентября 2016 г. В Кремле назвали удар по сирийским военным угрозой перемирия в Сирии Перемирие в Сирии оказалось под угрозой из-за удара ВВС американской коалиции по войскам сирийского правительства, заявили в Кремле. Инцидент там назвали «чудовищным происшествием». Башар Асад и вовсе расценил авиаудары как акт открытой агрессии. Между тем свое участие в атаке подтвердили Дания и Великобритания. Assad's propaganda mouthpiece Buthaina Shaaban, you can see literally the hate & evil in her eyes. pic.twitter.com/UYZGGCQrFy — F. (@7layers_) 19 сентября 2016 г. Виталий Милонов станет депутатом Государственной Думы Бывший депутат петербургского заксобрания Виталий Милонов прошел в Госдуму по одномандатному округу. Он набрал 33,78% голосов против 14,39% у представителя «Справедливой России» Алексея Ковалева и 10,54% у представителя «Яблока» Ольги Цепиловой. Также в Думу проходят режиссер Владимир Бортко и вице-губернатор Петербурга Игорь Дивинский. Явка избирателей на выборах в Петербурге составила 32,47%. спасибо дядя Виталий Милонов, что каждый раз мотивируете меня иммигрировать! — дарикс (@sinforamoment) 19 сентября 2016 г. «Игра престолов» признана лучшим драматическим сериалом «Игра престолов» получила главную награду американской телевизионной премии «Эмми» как лучший драматический сериал. Его отметили как лучший в области спецэффектов, за работу сценаристов и режиссеров. Лучшим актером в драматическом сериале назван актер Рами Малек из «Мистера Робота», актрисой — Татьяна Маслани из «Темного дитя». Лучшей комедией стал «Вице-президент», комедийными актерами - Джеффри Тэмбор и Джулия Луис-Дрейфус из «Очевидного». Кукле Барби пригрозили запретом в Таможенном союзе из-за религии Евразийская экономическая комиссия предложила внести поправки в техрегламент Таможенного союза, касающиеся игрушек. Предложено запретить к продаже игрушки, провоцирующие интерес к сексу, безнравственность, а также связанные с насилием. Если поправки примут, то под запрет попадет кукла Барби, которая одета по европейским стандартам и не соответствует ценностям мусульманского мира. Party w/ Barbie in this bonus video from #Barbie in Star Light Adventure! Available now: https://t.co/ashJiboM7x pic.twitter.com/CqMKgR7xOX — Barbie (@Barbie) 17 сентября 2016 г.

19 сентября, 16:55

Киноведы из РФ далеки от "Эмми" и предпочитают "наше отечественное"

Sobesednik.ru узнал у киноведов, почему они предпочитают отечественное кино даже знаменитой премии «Эмми»

19 сентября, 14:14

Monday's Morning Email: Bombs, Stabbing Spark Terror Fears

TOP STORIES SEVERAL SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY FOR CHELSEA BOMBING Authorities are questioning five people, who may be from the same family, in connection with the Chelsea bombing that left 29 injuredSaturday. More pipe bombs were discovered in a train station in New Jersey last night. CNN is reporting a terror cell may be behind the bombs planted in New York and New Jersey. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Minnesota stabbing attack Saturday. And here’s what we know and what we don’t about the Chelsea bombing. [Kim Bellware, Irina Ivanova and Andy Campbell, HuffPost] THE 2016 EMMYS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE WELL-DRESSED Forget the Oscar diversity controversy ― the Emmys put that awards show to shame. Check out our favorite looks of the night. Somehow Beyonce lost to “Grease: Live,” and you can guess how that went down with the Beyhive. Julia Louis-Dreyfus apologized that ‘Veep’ had become a ‘sobering documentary,’ and then heartbreakingly revealed her father’s death. Jeb Bush even showed up, and we loved it. Oh, and here’s the list of the actual winners. [Stephanie Marcus, HuffPost] DEVASTATING NEWS The “five second rule” is a lie. [NYT] AREA OF MIAMI EXPECTED TO BE DECLARED ZIKA FREE “Florida officials are expected to declare the Wynwood section of Miami free of Zika on Monday morning, ending a nearly two-month period where the popular tourist area suffered under a federal travel warning over the mosquito-borne virus.” [USA Today] GLOBAL STOCKS UP You can thank commodity prices. [WSJ | Paywall] WHY HILLARY LOST: A PREMATURE OBIT Let the blame game begin. [Howard Fineman, Jason Linkins and Lauren Weber, HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING BRIDGET JONES HAD A ROUGH WEEKEND “Bridget Jones’s Baby” only brought in $8.2 million. [Reuters] ‘SWAMPS, MARIJUANA, MOONSHINE’ Inside the three weeks the inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility spent on the run. [NYT] VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN TALKS HIS MOONSHOT “I’m going to stay involved in this effort as long as I’m alive.” [STAT] BARCODES FOR COFFINS? What to do when Louisiana floods continually unearth the dead. [NYT] WHY BEYONCE Is the queen not just of our hearts, but of social media. [Vanity Fair] INDIA’S GOLD RUSH “Gold holds a special place in India, which vies with China as the world’s top gold consumer. But with prices sky high, many Indians have decided it is time to sell the family jewels. So much recycled gold has come into the system in the past few months that it has met 45% to 60% of the local gold demand.” [WSJ | Paywall] WHAT’S WORKING FRANCE BECOMES FIRST COUNTRY TO BAN PLASTIC DISHWARE “Under the new law, which passed last month, all single-use cups, plates and other dishware sold in the country will need to be compostable and made at least partly of bio-sourced materials. Businesses have been given until Jan. 1, 2020 to comply with the measure.” [HuffPost]  For more, sign up for the What’s Working newsletter. BEFORE YOU GO ~ Meet the first openly gay British royal. ~ This is a list of wines you should drink this fall, so you better get started. ~ Yeezy has joined Instagram. Prepare yourself. ~ What it looks like when a black hole burps. ~ The curious case of stalwart anchors on Russia’s RT America. ~ Yes, the a cappella version of “Jolene” featuring Dolly Parton is worth a listen. ~ We dig the new American Airlines uniforms. ~ In case you needed another reason to look forward to “La La Land,” the musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone took the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. ~ And here are some hangover cures for this Monday morning. You’re welcome.     Send tips/quips/quotes/stories/photos/events/scoops to Lauren [email protected] Follow us on [email protected] Does somebody keep forwarding you this newsletter?Get your own copy. It’s free! Sign up here.   -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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19 сентября, 11:24

Названы лучшие сериалы 2016 года: "Игра престолов" побила рекорд по наградам

В ночь с 18 на 19 сентября прошла 68-я церемония вручения наград "Эмми", которую Американская телевизионная академия ежегодно вручает лучшим сериалам на телевидении.  В главных номинациях — "Лучший драматическиий сериал" и "Лучший комедийный сериал" — победили "Игра престолов" и политическая сатира "Вице-президент". Оба шоу были признаны лучшими в этих же номинациях и в прошлом году, но для "Игры Престолов" этот год особенный — сериал побил рекорд по сумме наград для художественного сериала, получив свою 38-ю статуэтку.  Победы в номинациях распределились следующим образом: Лучший драматический сериал — "Игра престолов"; Лучший комедийный сериал — "Вице-президент"; Лучшая мужская главная роль в драматическом сериале — Рами Малек, "Мистер Робот"; Лучшая женская главная роль в драматическом сериале — Татьяна Маслэйни, "Тёмное дитя"; Лучшая мужская главная роль в комедийном сериале — Джеффри Тамбор, "Очевидное"; Лучшая женская главная роль в комедийном сериале — Джулия Луис-Дрейфус, "Вице-президент"; Лучшая второстепенная мужская роль в драматическом сериале — Бен Мендельсон, "Родословная"; Лучшая второстепенноая женская роль в драматическом сериале — Мэгги Смит, "Аббатство Даунтон"; Лучшая второстепенная мужская роль в комедийном сериале — Луи Андерсон, "Баскетс"; Лучшая второстепенная женская роль в комедийном сериале — Кейт МакКиннон, "В субботу вечером в прямом эфире"; Лучший мини-сериал  — "Народ против О. Дж. Симпсона"; Лучшая мужская главная роль в мини-сериале — Кортни Б. Вэнс, "Народ против О. Дж. Симпсона"; Лучшая женская главная роль в мини-сериале — Сара Полсон, "Народ против О. Дж. Симпсона"; Лучшая второстепенная мужская роль в мини-сериале — Стерлинг К. Браун,"Народ против О. Дж. Симпсона"; Лучшая второстепенная женская роль в мини-сериале — Реджина Кинг, "Американское преступление"; Лучшее соревновательное телешоу — "Голос"; Лучший телефильм — "Шерлок. Безобразная невеста"; Лучшее развлекательное ток-шоу — "Предыдущая неделя сегодня вечером с Джоном Оливером"; Лучшее комедийное скетч-шоу — "Кей и Пил"; Лучший приглашённый актёр в комедийном сериале — Питер Сколари, "Девчонки"; Лучшая приглашённая актриса в комедийном сериале — Тина Фэй и Эми Полер, "В субботу вечером в прямом эфире". Награда "Эмми" вручается в США с 1949 года. Это престижнейшая в США премия для телевизионных программ и сериалов. На данный момент рекорд по количеству статуэток за всю историю "Эмми" держит идущее на канале NBC в прямом эфире комедийное скетч-шоу "В субботу вечером в прямом эфире". За свой 41 сезон шоу получило 45 премий.

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19 сентября, 09:36

«Игра престолов» признана лучшим драматическим сериалом

Главную награду американской телевизионной премии «Эмми» как лучший драматический сериал получила «Игра престолов», сообщается на сайте организаторов. Помимо главной премии, сериал признан лучшим в области спецэффектов, за работу сценаристов и режиссеров. Лучшим актером в драматическом сериале на 68-й церемонии награждения был назван актер Рами Малек из «Мистера Робота», актрисой — Татьяна Маслани из «Темного дитя». Лучшим комедийным сериалом и многосерийной комедией назван «Вицепрезидент». Лучшими комедийными актерам и стали Джеффри Тэмбор и Джулия Луис-Дрейфус из «Очевидного». Лучшим мини-сериалом назван «Народ против О. Джея Симпсона: Американская история преступлений».

19 сентября, 08:17

Julia Louis-Dreyfus: 'Veep' Has Turned Into A 'Sobering Documentary'

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19 сентября, 07:34

"Игра престолов" обошла "Карточный домик" на премии "Эмми"

В Microsoft Theater в Лос-Анджелесе состоялась 68-я церемония вручения наград телепремии «Эмми»

19 сентября, 06:48

'Game of Thrones' makes Emmys history

FANTASY epic "Game of Thrones" made television history at the 68th Emmy Awards on Sunday, becoming the most decorated fictional show since the awards began nearly seven decades ago. The HBO series picked

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19 сентября, 05:23

'Game of Thrones', 'Veep' win Emmys again, newcomers also feted

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones" and comedy "Veep" proved repeat winners for cable giant HBO at the Emmy awards on Sunday, but newcomers and actors of color also made their mark in a ceremony where election-year politics played large.

19 сентября, 04:41

At Emmys, Jeb Bush jokingly portrays limo driver

Former GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said he's currently in between jobs right now.During a skit with Jimmy Kimmel at the start of the annual Emmy Awards, Bush played a limo driver — "You know you can make $12 an hour driving for Uber," he said — that gave advice to the nervous late-night television show host who was nominated for an Emmy."There's a lot of competition, so probably not," Kimmel said when Bush asked whether he would win. "Here's what I know, if you run a positive campaign, the voters will ultimately make the right choice," Bush said.Bush did not call out GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, but did tell Kimmel he was joking about the positive campaign. During the primary election, Trump attacked his opponents, including Bush, who Trump said was "low energy."WATCH: "JEB EXCLAMATION POINT!"Jeb Bush, now driving around Selina Meyer. #Emmys @JimmyKimmel https://t.co/vWxFC9qbXu— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 19, 2016The anti-Trump sentiments continued in various spots throughout the night.Julia Louis-Dreyfus, when accepting her best comedic actress award for “Veep,” said: "I'd also like to take this opportunity to personally apologize for the current political climate. I think that 'Veep' has torn down the wall between comedy and politics. Our show started out as a political satire but it now feels more like a sobering documentary."

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19 сентября, 02:19

UPDATE 5-'Game of Thrones', 'Veep' win Emmys again, newcomers also feted

* Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins 5th Emmy for White House satire "Veep"

17 июля 2015, 17:08

Louis Dreyfus купила зерновой терминал на юге России

Глобальная агропромышленная группа Louis Dreyfus объявила о покупке в Ростовской области России строящегося зернового терминала за $300 млн.