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20 Ноя 2020, 21:06
К 2030 году «Росатом» планирует увеличить выручку по новым бизнесам в несколько раз

Согласно своей стратегии развития, «Росатом» планирует увеличить в несколько раз выручку по новым проектам корпорации. Об этом рассказал во время пресс-конференции первым замгендиректора «Росатома» Кирилл Комаров.

«Мы, безусловно, сохраняем свой корневой бизнес — атомный — и хотим развивать те сферы, в которых за последние годы мы накопили серьезный опыт и компетенции. Задача стоит очень серьезная: к 2030 году практически в 7-8 раз увеличить нашу выручку по новым продуктам, направленных, в первую очередь, на улучшение качества жизни людей», — рассказал он.

По словам Комарова, в 2019 году прирост выручки по новым бизнесам составил 14,6%, дойдя до уровня 228 млрд руб.

В качестве одного из самых важных направлений Комаров указал на сферу экологии, так как «Росатом» был определен оператором по обращению с промышленными отходами первого и второго класса опасности. «Сегодня мы одновременно идем по двум трекам: построение системы обращение с этими отходами по всей стране и ликвидация накопленного экологического ущерба. Здесь целый ряд объектов, который находится у нас в работе», — отметил он.

Что касается новых проектов корпорации Комаров также обратил внимание на сферу ядерной медицины, сферу, связанную с переработкой отходов, ветроэнергетику, «огромное количество разных разработок в области новых материалов таких, как углеволокно, как аддитивные материалы, каждый из которых играет важнейшую роль в логике следования стандартам целей устойчивого развития». По его словам, они «обеспечивают меньшее потребление металла, меньшее потребление электричества, меньшее влияние на окружающую среду».

«У нас на сегодняшний день сформировано порядка 87 разных продуктовых направлений, из которых мы целый ряд определили как стратегический», — добавил он, подчеркнув, что «в целом, они направлены на улучшение качества жизни людей».

В этом году отмечается 75-летний юбилей отечественной атомной отрасли.

Пресс-конференция проходила в новом павильоне «Атом» в гибридном формате. В ней приняли участие представители федеральных, региональных СМИ, а также блогеры и студенты ведущих вузов страны. Часть из участников мероприятия находилась в павильоне, который расположен в Сочи, а часть задавала вопросы по видеосвязи.

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24 Ноя 2020, 03:14

She just became a mom for the first time.

And Nikki Bella enjoyed some well deserved relaxation time while celebrating her 37th birthday during a getaway to Wine Country with twin sister Brie and their inner circle this weekend.

The WWE Diva/reality star let loose while marking the occasion in Napa, Calfornia, throwing her hands up and rejoicing while carrying two bottles of her and Brie's Bonita Bonita Wine above her head all while prepping for the long weekend with her maternity-perfect pumping bra.

'This is 37!' Nikki captioned the shot, adding an emoji of a white heart.

Talking about her birthday vacation, she said: 'lol It’s been nice being off the grid, spending the time with family and good friends.'

'I have enjoyed all of your beautiful birthday messages!' Nikki went on to tell fans, adding, 'Thank you for making this Mamacita feel so so special!'

In pics from the trip Nikki and Brie are seen sandwiching a friend with cuddles while holding onto glasses from Napa's Patland Estate Vineyards.

While Nikki went with a sizzling silver tone, slipping into a silk slip with a matching off-the-shoulder cardigan, Brie opted for an army green dress with tiered ruffles.

She also sent a special message to fiance Artem Chigvintsev, who she has been living apart from, writing: 'Missed you lots my A @theartemc.'

The couple – who recently welcomed their first son, Matteo – have been struggling to cope with the time spent apart from one another whilst Artem has been at work as a professional dancer on the long-running hit competition show.

And to help them get back on track, Nikki said they plan on opening up a line of communication between them in a therapeutic forum.

Talking to Us Weekly, she said: 'I would be lying to say, "Oh, it's great." It has definitely been a struggle for us. It's hard. We have so many ups and downs.

'It's been so difficult on our relationship because I need so much from him, but he's, like, torn between his job that requires so much from him and then us at home.'

The former professional wrestler previously opened up on experiencing post-postpartum depression after the birth of Matteo in late July, and added it was important for her to talk to Artem about her struggle, so she didn’t feel so alone.

She added: 'I just told him, like, "I need more attention from you," and that is something we've worked on, and that's gotten better.

21 Ноя 2020, 01:15

When David O’Leary goes to church on Sunday, Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa is also part of the congregation. Later, should he call by his favourite restaurant or wine store, he often runs into England’s Gareth Southgate.

Prayer and alcohol, now there is a survival guide to management. Is it any wonder O’Leary has been enjoying a quiet life in rural North Yorkshire for the past decade?

He does appear in the new film Finding Jack Charlton — he famously scored the penalty to take Republic of Ireland to the quarter-finals of Italia 90 — and the premise for his afternoon with Sportsmail, we suggest, could well be Finding David O’Leary.

‘That’s just the way I like it,’ says the former Leeds manager and Arsenal legend, whose old clubs meet at Elland Road on Sunday.

We find the 62-year-old in the spa town of Harrogate, where he lives with his wife of 40 years, Joy. He buys the coffees at the iconic Bettys Tea Rooms — he has seen Bielsa here, too — and we take a stroll through the tree-lined Montpellier Quarter. A Leeds supporter, pushing a pram, walks past.

‘You did a great job for us,’ says the fan. ‘Thank you,’ replies O’Leary. ‘I’ll sort you out later with that 20 quid I promised.’

Between 1998 and 2002, O’Leary took Leeds to the semi-finals of the Champions League and UEFA Cup. They finished fourth, third, fourth and fifth in the Premier League. His young and exciting side were title contenders. His reward? Sacked by chairman Peter Ridsdale.

But goals and games alone do not capture the full story of O’Leary’s tenure. There was the trial of Lee Bowyer and Jonathan Woodgate, accused of assaulting an Asian student. And then there was Ridsdale’s excess, spending camouflaged as ambition but so reckless it would, in time, set the club on a downward spiral. Leeds were front and back page news.

‘It was madness,’ says O’Leary. ‘I was worn out come the end. But do I think I was good for Leeds? Yes, without a doubt. Do I think I was unfairly sacked? Absolutely.

‘Maybe I’m a dreamer, but it reminds me of Mauricio Pochettino at Spurs. He got to a European final. I got to two semi-finals. We both challenged for the league. Yet we won nothing. So close but, in the end, so far.

‘We qualified for Europe on the last day of 2001-02. From what I’m told I was already sacked. But they delayed it when the crowd gave me a good reaction afterwards. I saw Peter before I went on holiday in June. So it was a shock when he said, “David, we’re going to change managers, someone to take us to the next level”. I called my solicitor. “Everything OK?” he said. “No, I’ve just been sacked. Here’s Peter”. I gave him the phone and walked out.

‘Listen, that was their decision, I accepted it. But they couldn’t just get rid of me, they had to spin against me. They told people I’d lost the players, which wasn’t true.

‘That was sad. I’m proud of what I achieved at Leeds and I think fans appreciate that.’

During his final season O’Leary wrote a book, Leeds United On Trial, released in the wake of Bowyer’s acquittal and Woodgate’s conviction for affray. The title, in particular, was controversial.

We inform him that, in an interview last year, Ridsdale said the book should have been classed as ‘fiction’ and claimed he was not aware it was being written. O’Leary pauses. Finally, he counters: ‘Typical Peter.’ Another pause. ‘When it’s face to face he’s like a rash around you — “David, it’s great to see you”. It’s quite embarrassing. But that’s one side, and that (his interview) is the other. He’d probably say he never meant to say what he did. Would I want to see him now? Not particularly.’

Would O’Leary write the book now, with hindsight? ‘I probably wouldn’t. But people forget, I did it with someone within the club, not off my own back. It was meant to be about Leeds for the Leeds fans, not something for the whole world, which is what it became.’

It would take another book to chronicle everything from his time at Elland Road and he doesn’t have the appetite for that.

We bump into his daughter, Ciara, walking through the park.

‘I’m glad you’ve shaved,’ she says. ‘He had this beard thing going on yesterday.’

‘I only shaved because you told me to,’ he says. It is a snapshot of O’Leary’s happiness here and helps to explain why his last job was in 2011, in Dubai.

‘They grow up so quick. I missed a lot during my career. It’s lovely having that time now around my son and daughter. I’m so grateful.’

Such sentiment takes O’Leary back to one night in March 1998. After a 3-0 defeat at West Ham, the aircraft carrying the Leeds team crashed shortly after take-off from Stansted Airport. It had climbed to 150 feet when an engine exploded. An investigation later revealed that the pilot’s actions — he aborted the take-off rather than continuing the ascent — saved the lives of all on board.

But O’Leary was also hailed as a hero. ‘I was next to the emergency door,’ he recalls. ‘Just as we lifted off there was an explosion, this awful shudder. We crashed back down and slid across a field. It felt like everything behind was coming forward on to you.

‘The engine was on fire. We had to get out pretty quick. People later said, “David O’Leary did great, he kicked the door open”. But let’s be straight — the other side was on fire, my side wasn’t. I didn’t have too many options!’

O’Leary injured his shoulder forcing open the door, scrambling along the wing and dropping to safety. ‘We were stood in a muddy field, all the fire engines racing towards us. I’ll never forget one of the crew asking Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink if he was OK. “Am I OK? You call that a f***ing take-off?”. It made us laugh but we were lucky. If we’d been at Heathrow we would have been on the M25. At Leeds-Bradford, already in the hills.

‘My daughter saw the news on TV before I’d had a chance to call home. She was shook up. A few years ago I went to see the film Sully with her (about a plane landing on the Hudson River in New York) and she was crying. It reminded her of what happened. It brought home how lucky we were.’

O’Leary considers himself very fortunate to be back involved with Arsenal, where he is now a club ambassador and, before Covid-19, travelled with the team.

‘I don’t get paid. I don’t impact anything but, if asked, I can give an opinion,’ he says.

OK, then, what is his opinion?

‘I was on the flight home from Olympiacos in February when Mikel Arteta got on the plane. I felt like the boss was in the building. There is a fear, respect. I never got that with Unai Emery. He seemed overwhelmed. I saw it spinning out of control a mile off. Now, I think they’re on the right track. Arteta should have replaced Arsene Wenger.’

O’Leary’s 722 appearances are an Arsenal record. He won two First Division titles, two FA Cups and two League Cups over 18 years. But his relationship with supporters became strained during his time at Leeds.

‘We beat them 1-0 in 1999 to deny them the title. Who did I want to win the league? Arsenal. They’re my team. I understand there was a rivalry but that has gone.

‘I go down to London now and if it’s an Arsenal cabbie they’ll flick the doors to locked, in a nice way, and we’ll set the world to rights.’

One story he enjoys telling is of his relationship with fellow centre back and room-mate Tony Adams. ‘I would nag him all the time about drinking. But he could run it off, put a plastic bag on and sweat it out.

‘He said I was grown-up too soon. He was cheeky. “You’re always stretching,” he’d say. I had a text from him the other day. He’s very deep now. But beneath it all is a very decent bloke. He got dog’s abuse after Euro 88 with England. But I told George Graham (Arsenal manager), “If you leave him out now, it could sink him”. George listened and then read out the team. Tony was playing… and I’m dropped. I was fuming. He was meant to leave out Steve Bould!’

Come their title decider at Liverpool in May of 1989, all three centre backs played. Arsenal got the 2-0 win they needed in the 91st minute. ‘Do you know what I enjoyed most? After years of listening to Pat Rice (coach and ex player) talking about how his Arsenal side went to Spurs and won the title, this finally shut him up!’

After close to 10 years in the shadows of this sedate parish, are there any regrets?

‘I should have taken the Newcastle job in 2009. I’ve always loved the fans there. It reminds me of Leeds. I loved the Friday night in Newcastle before the game, the banter they had about them. So yes, that is my one regret.

‘I would have loved to speak to Mike Ashley and make an opinion of him. I didn’t know if Derek Llambias (managing director) was telling me everything about Mike. Something just didn’t add up.’

And now?

‘For the right offer, then yes, I’d go back in. But I haven’t got an agent pushing me and the offers have long since stopped. But that’s fine. I’m happy. I’m still going to games and I’ll be at Elland Road tomorrow. I’m lucky.’

Church, football, family and fine wine, O’Leary won’t be giving up those Sundays in a hurry.

23 Ноя 2020, 09:15

He called it quits with his Bachelor In Paradise girlfriend Brittney Weldon weeks after the dating series wrapped in August.

And on Monday, former Bachelor star Jackson Garlick, 26, said he couldn't be happier as he debuted his new influencer girlfriend, Lyndsay Gates, on Instagram.

'We've been together for about a month now,' Jackson gushed to Daily Mail Australia.

'It's true... So happy,' he wrote.

It's understood the couple have been traveling between Sydney and Newcastle to see each other, with Jackson based in Sydney.

Jackson's new romance comes just weeks after he was spotted looking super-friendly during a night out with The Bachelor star, Juliette Herrera.

During his time in Paradise, Jackson forged a love connection with Brittney Weldon, 27, but the pair have confirmed they split after filming ended.

After scenes of their departure played out on screen, Brittney announced her breakup on Instagram: 'I'm here for my final update: @jacksongarlick and I aren't together, but he is an amazing guy.'

Jackson also added his own heartfelt statement, saying: '...and that's the end of my time and our time in Paradise.'

'I'm mostly to blame for the lack of effort to keep our good thing going because I came straight back into preseason training and couldn't travel to see her.

'She deserves the world, and I wish her so much happiness,' he concluded.

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