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Lest We Forget the Horrors: A Catalog of Trump’s Worst Cruelties, Collusions, Corruptions, and Crimes: The Complete Listing (So Far): Atrocities 1-842
Mcsweeneys.net

To be read before the 2020 Presidential Election. Register to vote here. - - -Early in President Trump’s term, McSweeney’s editors began to catalog the head-spinning number of misdeeds coming from his administration. We called this list a collection of Trump’… more…

Be Careful With The American Dollar
Seeking Alpha

In this article, I'll not speak about a specific company, but rather on the USD as a currency and how I consider the risks associated with holding USD assets. more…

Modular Chillers Market Size Worth $3.93 Billion By 2027 | CAGR: 6.0%: Grand View Research, Inc.
Yahoo Entertainment

The global modular chillers market size is expected to reach USD 3.93 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Rising awareness regarding environment-friendly construction pr… more…

Japan's legacy of forced labor haunts ties with neighbors
Yahoo Entertainment

For years, Yeom Chan-soon was haunted by the cracking sound of a leather belt eating into the flesh of a fellow Korean mine worker being punished for trying to escape from forced labor in Japan. The companies, among the biggest names in Japan Inc., such as Mi… more…

Buffett Shows Faith in Berkshire Portfolio With Record Buybacks
Yahoo Entertainment

(Bloomberg) -- Warren Buffett is betting on brighter prospects for his Berkshire Hathaway Inc.Berkshire spent a record $5.1 billion buying back its own stock in the second quarter, and may have kept that higher pace going in July. The billionaire investor sou… more…

20 Dividend Stocks to Fund 20 Years of Retirement
Kiplinger's Personal Finance

The traditional retirement wisdom used to be the "4% rule." You would withdraw 4% of your savings in the first year of retirement, followed by "pay raises" in each subsequent year to account for inflation. The idea? If you're invested in a mix of dividend sto… more…

The big rise in small beer is the beginning of the end for hangovers
Wired.co.uk

The first generation of craft beer drinkers have grown up: they want all the taste and none of the hangover. Indie brewers have risen to the challenge more…

Nigeria: Pay of Half Nigeria's Top-Earning CEOs Not Justified By Companies' Performance - Report
AllAfrica - Top Africa News

[Premium Times] In only about half of Nigerian top firms did the earnings of chief executive officers (CEOs) reflect the companies' financial performances in 2019, a report published last month found. more…

Japan's legacy of forced labor haunts ties with neighbors
Japan Today

For years, Yeom Chan-soon was haunted by the cracking sound of a leather belt eating into the flesh of a fellow Korean mine worker being punished for trying to escape from forced labor in Japan. That dark chapter in Japan’s history, when hundreds of thousands… more…

Textron and the New Manhattan Project
Activistpost.com

By Peter A. Kirby Textron Incorporated has serious implications for the development and execution of today’s New Manhattan Project. The company’s founder was the nephew... Textron and the New Manhattan Project more…

Japan’s legacy of forced labour haunts ties with neighbours
The Indian Express

The legacy overshadows Tokyo's relations with its neighbours even today and, some say, helps to perpetuate mistreatment of minorities among its own people. more…

Warren Buffett is carefully picking his spots and not waiting on the sidelines anymore
The Times of India

Buffett said in early May that he was keeping cash high to be prepared for any direction the pandemic might turn and wasn’t overly attracted to buybacks. But as he searched for undervalued assets to spend billions on, he gravitated to his own firm’s shares. more…

CleanSpark: Microgrid Industry Play Could See A Minimum Of 1,000% Growth By 2035
Seeking Alpha

CleanSpark, Inc. is a $100 million market cap company creating groundbreaking microgrid solutions. more…

ET’s weekly roundup of the wackiest whispers and murmurs in corporate corridors
The Times of India

For several of our blue-blooded business bosses, the pandemic has been perfect to pen a tell-all memoir. A doyen of the Indian auto industry has clearly inspired many of his peers to dial publishers, even rope in ghost writers and start putting pen to paper. more…

Textron: The Epitome Of Underperformance
Seeking Alpha

ASC606 accounting enables Bell to report revenue and profit growth, while deliveries actually declined. more…

Japan's legacy of forced labor haunts ties with neighbors
seattlepi.com

TOKYO (AP) - For years, Yeom Chan-soon was haunted by the cracking sound of a leather belt eating into the flesh of a fellow Korean mine worker being punished for trying to escape from forced labor in Japan. That dark chapter in Japan's history, when hundre… more…

Japan’s legacy of forced labour haunts ties with neighbours
Toronto Star

TOKYO - For years, Yeom Chan-soon was haunted by the cracking sound of a leather belt eating into the flesh of a fellow Korean mine worker being punis... more…

If Gender Falls Within a Spectrum, Why Are Our Clothes so Binary?
Askmen.com

Do You Feel Like Wearing a Dress? Go Right Ahead more…

Modular Chillers Market Size Worth $3.93 Billion By 2027 | CAGR: 6.0%: Grand View Research, Inc.
PRNewswire

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The global modular chillers market size is expected to reach USD 3.93 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Rising awareness re… more…

The Freedonia Group Analysts Comment on Elevators & Related Building Adaptations in the Age of Coronavirus
PRNewswire

CLEVELAND, Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the concerns as businesses reopen and more people move about a more normal routine is how people unavoidably congregate indoors in areas such as elevators. Particularly in many urban areas, office facilities, ho… more…