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  1. Yoko Ono forces ‘John Lemon’ drink to re-brand

    09.21 / 22:07 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    MUSIC >Yoko Ono forces ‘John Lemon’ drink to re-brandLONDON - Reuters It wasn’t exactly instant karma when Beatle John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, heard about a Polish beverage company’s new drink called “John Lemon.” She threatened legal action alleging that it infringed on the trademark of her late husband. The company has now agreed to change its drink’s name to “On Lemon,” after lawyers acting for Ono wrote to distributors warning they faced costs of up to 5,000 euros a day and 500 euros …
  2. Turkey’s consumer confidence index falls in September

    09.21 / 22:07 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    Turkey's consumer confidence index falls in September File Photo Related Articles Economy Turkish consumer confidence index slightly drops in August Economy Confidence in Turkish economy hits 4-year high Turkey's monthly consumer confidence index was lower in September, according to official data released Thursday. The index decreased 3.4 percent to 68.7 in September from 71.1 in August, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) said in a report. This index is seen as a vital gauge of…
  3. Curtains to reopen at Turkish State Theaters soon

    09.21 / 22:07 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    Curtains to reopen at Turkish State Theaters soon Having served to bring together the art of theater with public, State Theaters are ready to open their curtains in various cities with many premieres and adaptations as of Oct. 1 Turkish State Theaters (DT) will open their curtains with nearly 160 Turkish and foreign plays, 31 of which are new, starting Oct. 1. According to a statement by the DT General Directorate, 31 new plays, 18 of which are foreign plays, will premiere in the new…
  4. Turkish parliament to negotiate bill for crowdfunding next month

    09.21 / 22:07 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    Turkish parliament to negotiate bill for crowdfunding next month The government, which has eased the real sector by providing loans, is getting ready to make another important move. The draft for crowdfunding, which is applied in developed countries like the U.K., the U.S. and France and reaches $35 billion in volume worldwide, is coming to Parliament in October. With a new generation of funding system that will be available for small businesses with a project but no money, entrepreneurs…
  5. E-commerce giant Amazon in talks with Turkish producers for home textile products

    09.21 / 22:07 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    E-commerce giant Amazon in talks with Turkish producers for home textile products AA Photo Related Articles Life London parrot places online Amazon order by mimicking owner's voice Economy US retail giant Amazon eyes Turkish market as it opens office in Istanbul Tech Amazon's website for Turkey operations revealed A procurement committee from the European branch of the global e-commerce giant Amazon has arrived in Denizli, an industrial city in southwestern Turkey dubbed as "the capital of…
  6. Algerian singer at Clarinet Festival

    09.14 / 22:06 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    MUSIC >Algerian singer at Clarinet Festival ISTANBUL The 6th International Clarinet Festival is set to take place in Istanbul, featuring Turkish and international musicians. Algerian artist Souad Massi will be one of the festival performers in a concert at Zorlu PSM on Sept. 14. Dubbed as the best North African musician in the world, Massi will be presenting her latest album “El-Mutakallimûn,” released in 2015, influenced by Arabic poetry, and her peaceful songs that extend beyond borders. …
  7. Beşiktaş upbeat after Porto victory

    09.14 / 22:06 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    FOOTBALL >Beşiktaş upbeat after Porto victoryISTANBUL Beşiktaş fans were in seventh heaven on Sept. 14, a day after the Istanbul club made its first ever wining start to the Champions League group stage with a 3-1 away victory at Porto. Before the fans and the media hailed the victors, Beşiktaş coach Şenol Güneş sang the praises for his players in a post-game press conference. “It was important to win in the Champions League, both in terms of gaining morale and getting points,” Güneş said, …
  8. Besiktaş beats Porto away in Champions League opener

    09.14 / 22:06 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    FOOTBALL >Besiktaş beats Porto away in Champions League openerPORTO Besiktaş defeated Porto 3-1 in Portugal on Sept. 13 night in a superb start to the Istanbul club’s UEFA Champions League run. The Group G match at Dragao Stadium saw early action when Brazilian winger Anderson Talisca netted a powerful header in the 13th minute on an assist by Portuguese Ricardo Quaresma. Just eight minutes later, Besiktaş defender Dusko Tosic inadvertently scored an own goal on a header to equalize. That s…
  9. Contemporary Istanbul opens 12th annual art fair

    09.14 / 22:06 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    ARTS >Contemporary Istanbul opens 12th annual art fairISTANBUL The 12th edition of the Contemporary Istanbul (CI), which opened on Sept. 14, brings together leading contemporary galleries, artists and collectors from Turkey and around the world, giving a regional and international focus. A place to discover and rediscover significant artists, CI spreads over the 13,600 square-meter spaces of Rumeli Hall at the Lütfi Kırdar International Convention and Exhibition Center and the Istanbul C…
  10. 15th Istanbul Biennial opens at weekend

    09.14 / 22:06 goodmorningturkey.com Goodmorningturkey.com - Turkey
    ARTS >15th Istanbul Biennial opens at weekend ISTANBUL The 15th Istanbul Biennial, entitled “A Good Neighbor” and curated by artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset, opens to the public on Sept. 16. Organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV), the event brings together artworks by 56 artists from 32 countries, all addressing different notions of home, belonging and neighborhood. The press opening of the biennial was held at the Saint Benoit High School on Sept. 12 with the atte…