There are no indications that the patronage of Ducks benefactor and Nike owner Phil Knight will follow Kent and Moos to WSU. The Cougars may never have an athletic sugar daddy who turns the campus into an athletic wonderland the way Knight has at Oregon. Cosmetic improvements to Beasley Coliseum are likely the best Kent can hope for in his tenure..
You took that picture and you walked into an audience three months before the bombing and you said, this is a cover of Rolling Stone, what would people say? They say, a new artist emerges on the national stage and Rolling Stone is doing a cover. David R. Martin contributed from New York..
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5. Make money by creating stock photos. You can combine your photography and Photoshop skills to create stock photography. The lira had already plummeted more than 20% last week as a political clash with the United States intensified and investors fretted about the Turkish government’s lack of action to tackle the problems plaguing its economy.The lira’s tailspin has unsettled global markets, with shares of European banks coming under particular pressure because of concerns over the lenders’ exposure to Turkey. On Monday, benchmark stock indexes in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai were all down 1% or more in afternoon trading.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dismissed calls for the country to raise interest rates to try to ease the crisis and has lashed out at the United States.”We will not give in,” Erdogan said in a speech Sunday. “If you come at us with your dollars then we will find other ways to do business.”Related: How a currency meltdown in Turkey threatens EuropeEconomists are warning that if confidence isn’t restored quickly, Turkey could lurch into a recession and debt crisis requiring a bailout from the International Monetary Fund.”Investors are clearly concerned that Turkey’s government won’t act (or allow the central bank to act) to shore up the currency, and fears are mounting that this could result in a crisis in Turkey’s banking sector,” William Jackson, chief emerging markets economist at research firm Capital Economics, wrote in a note to clients Friday.The lira is now down more than 40% against the dollar since the start of the year, making it far harder for Turkish companies to pay back loans they have taken out in the US currency.Meanwhile, the US government is using the lira crisis to ramp up pressure on Turkey over its detention of an American pastor.