New York City Marathon Signs Tata Consultancy As Title Sponsor

Banksy opens New York ‘show’

Inc. said about two months ago that it would end its sponsorship of the marathon after this years race as it moves away from its Dutch owner, ING Groep NV (INGA) , which has sponsored the event since 2003. The NYRR was seeking a partner that shared the belief in unlocking the potential in people to run, and elevating the health and wellness of whole communities, said Mary Wittenberg, the Road Runners chief executive officer. Technology has become such a big driver and influence in the city, so we were especially excited to tie those two areas together, Wittenberg said in a telephone interview. Though the partnership is signed and work will begin now on improving the NYRRs technology structure, Wittenberg said, the name change will begin Nov. 4, the day after this years NYC Marathon that is expected to draw about 48,000 runners. Were babes in the woods in terms of where we are with technology, Wittenberg said. There are a lot of areas we lead with New York Road Runners. I dont think its technology right now. TCS, a Mumbai-based part of Tata Sons Ltd., India s largest industrial conglomerate, has about 277,000 consultants in 44 countries, generating revenue of $11.6 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, according to the statement. Other Marathons TCS has been the title sponsor of the Amsterdam Marathon and had smaller sponsorship deals with the races in New York, Boston , Chicago and Berlin, as well as running events in India. About 50 percent of TCSs business is U.S. based, according to Natarajan Chandrasekaran, chief executive officer.

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. . Perhaps, as some would argue, this is a broader comment on the nature of abusive relationships. But those people need to shut up. You know, they need to have some sense beaten into them, because that — thats like the stupidest thing Ive ever heard. Banksy This theme is a continuation of Banksys earlier work, including the 2010 film Exit Through the Gift Shop , which purported to be a documentary about Banksy filmed by Thierry Guetta: Exit Through the Gift Shop takes an even more compelling turn when, after making a hopeless first effort at assembling his own film, Guetta turns into a graffiti artist himself. Leveraging his friendship with Banksy and Fairey, the wily showman turns into the personification of all thats wrong with the contemporary art world, where hype, greed and narcissism too often out-shout genuine talent. . . . Its ensemble of unreliable narrators notwithstanding, Exit Through the Gift Shop offers an absorbing glimpse of a bracingly subversive slice of the culture, as well as some tantalizing images of Banksy at work. It may raise a lot of questions, but theyre all the right ones. Ann Hornaday For the Guardians Jonathan Jones , though, there is little to Banksys work beyond tongue-in-cheek sniping at todays artistic institutions: He may be banal and untalented, but because he stretches his limited gifts across the urban landscape, he has a much cooler reputation. No one wants to be the elitist who denounces street art.

France Total expenditure on health per capita: $3,978 Expenditure as % of GDP: 11.8% (3rd most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +2.7% (18th most) Life expectancy: 81.5 years (8th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St. 9. Germany Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,218 Expenditure as % of GDP: 11.6% (4th most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +4% (15th most) Life expectancy: 80.3 years (18th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St. 8. Austria Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,298 Expenditure as % of GDP: 11% (8th most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +2.2% Life expectancy: 80.4 years (16th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St. 7. Denmark Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,348 Expenditure as % of GDP: 11.5% (6th most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +6% (11th most) Life expectancy: 79.0 years (25th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St. 6. Canada Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,478 Expenditure as % of GDP: 11.3% (7th most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +7.4% (7th most) Life expectancy: 80.7 years (tied for 12th highest) 5. Luxembourg Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,808 Expenditure as % of GDP: 7.8% (7th least) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +8% (6th most) Life expectancy: 80.7 years (tied for 12th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St. 4. Netherlands Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,914 Expenditure as % of GDP: 12% (2nd most) Annual growth of total health expenditure: +16.4% (the most) Life expectancy: 80.6 years (14th highest) Source: 24/7 Wall St.

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