Rodrigo Hilbert faz o tipo paizão. Acostumado a passear com os filhos na praia junto com a mulher, a apresentadora fernanda lima francisco hilbert Lima, o ator agora parece que quer passar os ensinamentos de ioga para os pequenos.
Na tarde desta segunda-feira (24), Rodrigo aparece fazendo a posição de lótus, meditando com um dos filhos gêmeos. Na imagem postada no Instagram, Rodrigo cumprimentou os fãs ao escrever na legenda da imagem: "Namastê", uma saudação formal comum no sul da Ásia.
O casal sempre é visto nas praias cariocas sozinho ou na companhia dos filhos e não economiza ao aparecer trocando carinhos. No domingo no início de março deste ano, Rodrigo e Fernanda fizeram as areias da praia do Leblon esquentarem ao protagonizarem um beijo deitados. Amantes de esportes, frequentemente os dois jogam vôlei de praia com amigos.
Faça um link para essa matéria<a href="http://www.purepeople.com.br/noticia/rodrigo-hilbert-medita-com-o-filho-e-posta-foto-em-rede-social-namaste_a18044/1">Rodrigo Hilbert medita com o filho e posta foto em rede social: 'Namastê'</a>
Pedro Bial lança livro com discursos do 'BBB': 'O objetivo deles é confundir'
Aos 64 anos, Antonio Fagundes emagrece 12kg e aposta em looks estilosos. Fotos
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'Em Família': furiosa, Helena arranca flauta das mãos de Luiza ao vê-la tocar
Cameron Diaz revela sentir atração por mulheres: 'É natural apreciar a beleza'
Sabrina Sato, namorada de João Vicente de Castro, confessa:'Tenho medo de casar'
Uber has launched in Auckland, although the 'chauffeur on demand' company says it's a limited 'soft launch' ahead of a full city-wide rollout.
Oscar Peppitt, who is heading Uber's first foray into New Zealand, says he unable to give " hard dates on when we expect an official launch".
"We will launch when we've got the product up to the high standard we see around the world" Peppitt tells Australian Business Traveller.
Uber lets you use a simple smartphone app to book and pay for a private hire car at what it spruiks as 'near-taxi' prices.
The company's launch fleet for Auckland falls into the low-cost UberX category "consisting of mostly Toyota Prius and Camry hybrids" Peppitt says, but cautions that "du ring the trial period, supply will be extremely limited."
While the Uber Auckland website lists a flat rate fare of NZ$70 between 'Auckland metro' and Auckland Airport, Peppitt admits that "our coverage is best in the city, at this stage we don't cover the airport."
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Both the Xbox Marketplace and PlayStation Store are hosting an awesome sale which includes a large selection of titles from Rockstar Games at highly discounted prices.
All the discounted items are listed below. The PlayStation Store has a larger choice of titles that span across the PS3, PS2 and PSP.Xbox Live Deals
- Red Dead Redemption - £4.99/$7.49 (£19.99/$29.99 without Gold)
- Max Payne 3 - £3.74/$4.99 (£14.99/$19.99 without Gold)
- Max Payne 3 Season Pass - £2.99/$3.74 (£11.99/$14.99 without Gold)
- Bully: Scholarship Edition - £2.99/$3.74 (£11.99/$14.99 without Gold)
- L.A. Noire - £4.99/$7.49 (£19.99/$29.99 without Gold)
- Midnight Club: L.A - £2.99/$3.74
- Grand Theft Auto IV Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$29.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- GTA Episodes from Liberty City Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £4.79/€5.99/AU$8.85 Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- GTA IV Episodes Bundle Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$29.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Kuwait, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia
- Max Payne 3 Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05
- Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Deals ending April 2: PS3
- GTA IV: The Complete Edition Was £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45 Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Canis Canem Edit (Bully) Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto 3 Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Germany, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Saudia Arabia, UAE
- GTA: Liberty City Stories Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- GTA: Vice City Stories Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Manhunt Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Australia, Germany, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, UAE
- Max Payne Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
- Midnight Club Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
- Midnight Club 2 Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
- Midnight Club 3: Dub Remix Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
- Red Dead Revolver Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
- The Warriors Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35 Not available in Germany, Kuwait
- Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Was £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories [PSP] Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- GTA: Liberty City Stories [PSP] Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35 Not available in Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Manhunt 2 [PSP] Was £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.75, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85 Not available in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, UAE
- Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition [PSP] Was £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45, now £4.79/€5.99/AU$8.85 Not available in Bulgaria, Hungary, Kuwait, Qatar
- Midnight Club L.A. Remix [PSP] Was £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45, now £4.79/€5.99/AU$8.85 Not available in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kuwait, Qatar
- The Warriors [PSP] Was £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.75, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85 Not available in German, Kuwait
This sale will run until March 26th. If you an eye on a specific deal then you should hurry.
Low-cost carriers SpiceJet and IndiGo on Tuesday kicked off yet another round of price war in India's aviation sector offering massive discounts on advance booking.
While SpiceJet confirmed the offer, wherein it is selling tickets as low as Rs. 1,999, the same from IndiGo could not be verified. Travel portals, however, confirmed a discount of up to 30 per cent from IndiGo's flash sale for the next five days.
This is a fourth round of fare war in two-and-a-half months.
Announcing 'Best Deals Holi Sale', Gurgaon-based SpiceJet said, "Fares start at Rs. 1,999 (all inclusive) on select routes for travel between April 14 and June 30 during the five-day sale starting tomorrow (Wednesday) through March 16."
In January and February, all the airlines had come out with cheap tickets, slashing fares up to 75 per cent for advance bookings. All the three price wars this year were launched by SpiceJet and followed by others like IndiGo, Jet and Air India.
"Fares start from Rs. 1,999 (all inclusive) on select routes and flights. Lowest fares are for bookings made 90 days prior to travel, and all bookings under this offer require minimum 30 days advance purchase," SpiceJet said.
Under the offer, one can grab a ticket on the Delhi-Chandigarh sector for Rs. 1,999, Hyderabad-Cochin for Rs. 2,999, and Amritsar-Mumbai for Rs. 3,999. This sale is exclusively for domestic direct flights, the airline said.
These tickets could be booked on the company's website, ticketing portals and through agents.
The offer is not applicable for bookings made at the airline's call centre and airport ticketing counters, and cannot be combined with other schemes, the private carrier clarified.
"SpiceJet re mains committed to stimulating the market by offering discounted fares for those willing to book early," said Shilpa Bhatia, senior vice president and head of sales and distribution at the Kalanithi Maran-led airline.
If there's one thing I've learned in my years of marketing, it's that no matter how much authors love what Review can do for them, they'd rather sell books on their own site than share a cut with the giant online e-tailer. Doing this, however, can be tricky.
It seems that every time we turn around, some big chain is admitting that they were hacked. If you were one of the millions who shopped there, your information could be in the hands of God-knows-who. With so much attention on shopper security, it's leaving a lot of shoppers even more hesitant to shop online.
Last year, Baymard Institute released a staggering statistic: 67.89% of shoppers abandon their carts before completing the purchase. That translates to around $1.79 trillion dollars in product or services purchased online. Why does this happen? Well, there are a lot of theories on this. According to Shopify the list of the top reasons that people abandon their purchase with you includes things like:
Presented with unexpected costs; I was just browsing; found a better price elsewhere; overall price too expensive and a variety of others, you can see the full article here: http://www.shopify.com/blog/8484093-why-online-retailers-are-losing-67-45-of-sales-and-what-to-do-about-it#axzz2upov5N3i
Though I don't disagree with this per se, I would take this a step further, because not only are security concerns at an all-time high, there are a variety of additional reasons you may be losing people. Also, how to get shoppers and keep them varies by industry so let's look at the ones that will matter to authors and publishers:
In the end, what you really need to do is think of your website as a brick and mortar store. If you created any of these roadblocks at Macy's, or a Barnes & Noble, you'd really hurt your sales process. Authors often assume that a website store is different. It's not. We want easy, we want fast, and we want the best price. If you can bring all of these elements into your website store, you'll increase sales considerably.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Friday:
** Volkswagen plans to buy out minority shareholders of Swedish truck division Scania for 6.7 billion euros ($9.21 billion) as it aims to jump-start a stalled eight-year effort to forge Europe's biggest truckmaker.
** Coca-Cola Co on Friday announced deals to sell bottling operations in the greater Chicago and central Florida areas as it slowly undoes its 2010 purchase of its North American bottler.
** Shareholders of both Vodafone and Verizon Communications Inc approved Verizon's $130 billion takeover of the pair's Verizon Wireless venture in January.
** U.S. grocery store operator Safeway Inc is in advanced talks with private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management LP over a leveraged buyout Discount that may come within the next few weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.
** Top global oil trader Vitol SA has agreed to buy Royal Dutch Shell's Australian refinery and petrol stations for about $2.6 billion in its biggest acquisition, looking to grab a share of a growing oil product market.
** Brookdale Senior Living Inc said on Thursday it would buy Emeritus Corp for about $1.4 billion in an all-stock deal, creating the largest owner-operator of senior housing in the United States.
** French property group Gecina SA has reached a preliminary deal to sell the Beaugrenelle shopping mall in Paris for 700 million euros ($960 million) to a group of private investors, the company said on Thursday.
** The governor of Osaka said the prefecture would sell a local train and warehouse operator to Nankai Electric Railway Co for 75 billion yen ($733 million) after U.S. investment fund Lone Star Fund's bid was blocked in December.
** Investment firm G Asset Management said on Friday that it had offered to take a 51 percent stake in either Barnes & Noble Inc or in the bookseller's Nook digital books and device business.
** Indonesia's Bakrie Group expects to complete its long-awaited split from London-listed coalminer Asia Resource Minerals this month.
** Brazilian electricity company Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais Cemig is considering buying a stake in Colombia's third-biggest power generator, Isagen SA ESP , the latest step by Brazil's second-biggest power utility to expand in fast-growing markets and segments.
Colombia expects to fetch $2.5 billion from the sale of the government's stake in the company, Colombian Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas said.
** Noble Energy Inc has hired investment bank Lazard Ltd to help arrange the sale of its majority stake in a small oilfield that it owns with Sinopec off northeastern China, a person familiar with the situation said.
** U.S.-based investment fund Colony Capital offered to pay 0.25 euros a share for listed shares in loss-making Italian real estate group Risanamento not held by its creditors and founder Gianni Zunino. The cash component of the offer is worth around 167 million euros in total.
** K1 Ventures Ltd said that it had agreed to sell its majority stake in a transport leasing business to Wells Fargo & Co for $152 million.
** HCL Corp, the holding company for HCL Technologies Ltd , denied a Wall Street Journal report that said its founder Shiv Nadar was seeking potential buyers for his $10 billion stake in the company.
** Global commodity trader Trafigura said it would buy 30 percent of Jinchuan Group Co Ltd 's copper smelter in southern China, the first time a foreign firm has taken a major stake in such a facility in the world's top consumer of refined copper.
** Argentina and Repsol SA will sign a definitive $5 billion settlement over the seizure of YPF SA within days, a source involved in the talks said on Thursday, ending a bitter two-year bilateral dispute.
Under the terms of the agreement, Repsol will receive various bonds with a total nominal value of around $5.5 billion, including already issued Argentine dollar-denominated bonds and a new ad-hoc 10-year bond worth $3 billion, the source said.
** Anixter International Inc, which is backed by real estate mogul Sam Zell, has enlisted Goldman Sachs to find a buyer, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, citing people with knowledge of the matter. The company had a market valuation of $3.42 billion as of Thursday's close.
** Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, who already controls America Movil, tightened his grip slightly on Latin America's biggest phone company, according to a U.S. regulatory filing on Thursday that shows two companies controlled by Slim bought more shares.
Slim's real estate company Inmobiliaria Carso and his bank Grupo Financiero Inbursa spent $212.5 million and $34.7 million purchasing 187.11 million and 30.98 million shares respectively in America Movil.
** The parent of popular protein drink company Muscle Milk is in advanced talks to sell itself, with Irish dairy company Glanbia Plc and consumer goods company Post Holdings Inc competing in the final stretch, people familiar with the matter said. TSG Consumer Partners, the private equity owner of Muscle Milk parent CytoSport, has hoped to fetch more than $500 million from selling CytoSport.
** Singapore's Wilmar International Ltd said on Thursday it has agreed to invest up to $145 million for a major stake in India's Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd, which will give a sugar upstart a foothold in the biggest consuming nation.
NEW YORK - U.S. federal prosecutors have charged two Brazilian nationals with insider trading in connection with 3G Capital's $3.26 billion acquisition of Burger King in 2010.
The complaint announced Monday alleges that Waldyr Prado, a 43-year-old former Wells Fargo financial adviser, and one of his brokerage clients, Igor Cornelsen, illegally profited from insider information about the Burger King Coupon Code after Prado learned about it from another client who had invested in private-equity firm 3G.
Prado and Cornelsen, a 65-year-old director of an investment company based in the British Virgin Islands, live in Brazil and have not yet been arrested, according to the office of Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Bharara's office did not immediately know what the next step would be in the proceedings. Prado left the U.S. for Brazil in 2012 after being deposed in a lawsuit brought against both men by the Securities and Exchange Commission, telling his U.S.-based supervisor that he feared he would be charged with perjury and that Brazil has no "extradition policy."
According to the criminal complaint unsealed Monday, one of Prado's clients invested in 3G Capital and in March 2010 was told by that company that it was in talks to buy Burger King. The investor signed a confidentiality agreement with 3G related to the deal, but was allowed to discuss its merits with Prado based on his role as financial adviser. But Prado "misappropriated" the information and purchased Burger King stock and options, say prosecutors.
The complaint states that Prado emailed Cornelsen in May 2010 revealing that he had "some info that I cannot say over the phone...You have to hear this." From May through August, Cornelsen purchased Burger King options. After 3G's September 2010 announcement that it planned to buy Miami-based Burger King, Prado and Cornelsen sold their holdings in the fast-food chain for profits of more than $175,000 and about $1.68 million, respectively.
The two are charged with securities fraud and fraud in connection with a tender offer, which each carry a maximum term of 20 years in prison. They are also charged with conspiracy to commit securities fraud and fraud in connection with a tender offer, which carries a maximum term of five years in prison.
Messages left with Cornelsen's attorney Monday evening weren't immediately returned. Prado couldn't immediately be reached for comment, and it is unclear if he is currently represented by counsel.Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.