Maple Simple

    Digital nomad with simple solutions

    The National Bank of Italy will buy the first stake in the La Scala sports stadium, the country’s largest, a source close to the matter said.

    The bank has already announced that it will purchase the first 15 per cent of the stake for about 5.2 billion euros ($6.4 billion) in an initial deal with the local government, the source said.

    It will also buy the remaining 45 per cent.

    The move follows a decision to sell the land, which will be developed on an 8.5 hectares site in the city of Piedmont, to the local authorities, a move that was made in March.

    The land will be turned into a public park.

    The sale will take place in the first quarter of 2019.

    In March, the city announced that the sale of the land was contingent on securing a financial support from the bank, but it has since said that it did not have enough funds to complete the project.

    La Scala is owned by a private consortium led by Italian businessman Giuseppe Cimolino, who owns the Serie A club, Juventus, and the countrys third-tier champions Juventus.

    Banca di Berlusconi, Italy’s biggest political party, has said it will hold a referendum on the sale, which is expected to be held on March 27.


    How to spot a Crook Nation

    Oklahoma is an open book when it comes to how people treat the crook nation.The country has the highest unemployment rate in the nation, with more than 14 million people jobless.The Crook National Monument, where the American flag is flown, is one of the most…