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first_img RelatedWorld Cup Round-up – Friday 25 JuneWorld Cup Round-up – Friday 25 JuneSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – ScheduleSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – ScheduleWorld Cup Round-up – Friday 18 JuneWorld Cup Round-up – Friday 18 June It’s quarter-final time in South Africa: Skyscanner preview the big games this weekend.![Football fans.jpg](/sites/default/files/image_import/assets_c/2010/07/Football fans-thumb-425×282-3156.jpg)Brazil v HollandBrazil look to have it all this year: a strong defensive midfield bolstering an equally solid defence, full-backs pushing forward to support strikers who have no problem finding the back of the net. A joy to watch, as usual. The Dutch have had an assured campaign, winning all three group games and pose plenty of attacking threat themselves through the likes of Robben and van Persie. Brazil will be just too strong for Holland.Skyscanner prediction: Brazil 1-0 HollandUruguay v GhanaTwo of the revelations of the tournament. Uruguay have been on fire in South Africa and along with Paraguay are the real South American success stories. The African participants have disappointed, with Ghana the sole representative past the group stages. The Black Stars have the weight of the continents expectation on their shoulders, and there is sure to be an explosive atmosphere in Soccer City tonight. A tense game will go to the wire, with the South Americans just sneaking it.Skyscanner prediction: Uruguay 2-1 GhanaArgentina v GermanyThe big boys meet tomorrow afternoon in Cape Town: Maradona will be hoping for a repeat of the 3-2 victory over the Germans in the final back in 1986, while Germany will remember their World-Cup winning 1-0 victory in Rome in 1990. This match has ‘goals’ written all over it: Argentina have an abundance of attacking talent, while a young Germany side ripped England apart on the counter attack on Sunday,.Skyscanner prediction: Argentina 3-2 GermanyParaguay v SpainThe European champions dominated possession in their 1-0 victory over Portugal on Tuesday, and look like a tough team to break down. Striker David Villa is joint-top scorer with 4 goals and looks like the favourite for the golden boot. Having done tremendously well to top their group, Paraguay will struggle to break down the Spaniards.Skyscanner prediction: Paraguay 0-2 SpainReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

Halliburton GC Robb Voyles Four years of Extraordinary Challenges Successes

first_img Password Username Remember me HOUSTON (Nov. 30) – Since becoming the GC of Halliburton in 2014, Robb Voyles has successfully guided the oilfield services giant through treacherous legal waters that included a mountain of lawsuits with billions of dollars at stake related to the Deepwater Horizon deadly explosion, a global securities class action lawsuit, a nine-figure tax dispute with its former KBR subsidiary and a $28 billion merger with Baker Hughes that went bad.In this exclusive interview with The Texas Lawbook, Voyles looks back at the last four years and discusses his wins, losses and the reason the Texas GC Forum . . .You must be a subscriber to The Texas Lawbook to access this content.center_img Lost your password? Not a subscriber? Sign up for The Texas Lawbook.last_img read more