Mexico moves to seize US assets: Wall Street Journal

‘AMLO’s new law isn’t about enhancing electric power. It’s about consolidating state power’. October 18, 2021 – President López Obrador’s proposed electricity reform “makes no sense” and if passed will take Mexico, and North American integration, backward, according to an opinion piece published by The Wall Street Journal. Written by...
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Facebook chose to keep Breitbart on News Tab and gave it special treatment - even after employees warned of its embellished and hyper-partisan coverage of events like the George Floyd protests

Facebook decided to keep Breitbart news about the George Floyd protests on its News Tab feature, the WSJ reports. Facebook did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment about why it kept the hyper-partisan, Right-wing outlet in its News Tab. 17 news organizations are prepped to drop new coverage...

Post Office Promises to Be Ready for Holiday Rush

The U.S. Postal Service is adding 45 new facilities for the holiday shipping season to handle the expected increase in volume, adding 112 new machines to sort packages and hiring 40,000 seasonal workers, U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy told The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). The moves are part of the...

POLITICO Playbook: Facebook news floods the news feeds

STAT OF THE DAY — There’s an 88-point partisan gap in President JOE BIDEN’s approval rating. Among Dems, 92% approve of his performance and 6% disapprove. Among Republicans, 4% approve and 94% disapprove. That 88-point gulf “ranks among the largest in more than eight decades of Gallup measurements of presidential...

Facebook’s Political Maelstrom Exposed | Power Line

The Wall Street Journal has obtained internal Facebook documents that shed light on how politics has affected the social media giant’s behavior in recent years. Some argue that the documents confirm suspicions that Facebook deliberately suppresses conservative views, but to me the story seems more complicated than that:. Many Republicans,...
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ELAM: Crude oil: The trend is your friend

Bitcoin traded at a record high, $66,974.77 on Wednesday. If in fact all the stock indexes have already hit their respective highs, this is a perfect headline to record the ending of the great bull stock market from 2009. Indeed, play money has reached a new peak as the first linked ETF begins trading. Even Tesla claims it is now profitable.

Negotiating Your Salary or a New Role? Ask ‘What Would Machiavelli Do?’

People aiming for higher pay or a promotion may find winning career advice in a 500-year-old treatise that is often assigned reading for college freshmen. That’s the argument of a new book by Stacey Vanek Smith, whose “Machiavelli for Women: Defend Your Worth, Grow Your Ambition, and Win the Workplace” instructs readers on how to gain and hold power in a newly conquered land, or in this case, the modern office. Seeking new ideas for closing racial and gender pay gaps at work, Ms. Smith revisited “The Prince” and says she found Niccolò Machiavelli’s advice—to observe what works and then do it—was freeing.

Nestlé products could get more expensive in coming months — report

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 25): Nestlé SA is among some of the world’s biggest companies are betting consumers will keep paying more for products from coffee to toilet paper. In a report Sunday (Oct 24), the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) said corporate giants including Procter & Gamble Co (P&G). and Verizon Communications Inc. say they plan to continue raising prices or pushing customers to buy more expensive products into 2022 to offset fast-growing costs amid a global supply-chain crisis.

Carvana in Government Crosshairs After Increased Complaints

Carvana customers have filed dozens of complaints with local officials and hundreds more with the Better Business Bureau related to wrong paperwork, delays getting their vehicle’s documentation and other issues with the nine-year-old online auto retailer, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday (Oct. 22). The online car retailer is on...

Refreshingly honest billionaire says media purchase will be used for propaganda, The newly acquired employees will be required to support Israel and the capitalist world order.

The billionaire CEO of the multibillion-dollar corporation that recently purchased the news media outlet Politico has said that its newly acquired employees will be required to support Israel and the capitalist world order. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mathias Döpfner, CEO of the German publisher Axel...

Oct 23 - Almost Every Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Court Challenge Has FAILED

Oct 23 - Almost Every Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Court Challenge Has FAILED. With limited exceptions, judges uphold requirements that government workers, public-university students and contractors get shots. A range of people—from nurses to firef*ghters to students—have filed lawsuits objecting to the mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations imposed by states and cities, claiming...

U.S. Stock ETFs Sway After Powell Affirms Taper

U.S. markets and stock exchange traded funds wobbled Friday but were on pace for three weeks of gains after comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on stimulus tapering weighed affected sentiment. The Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF (RSP), which follows the S&P 500 Equal Weight Index (EWI), gained...

Mase Somanlall by Jon Ervin for WSJ. Magazine Fall 2021 Men’s Style

Male model Mase Somanlall is styled by Alexander Fisher in Prada, Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, Y/Project and more in ‘’Top Flight’’ story lensed by photographer Jon Ervin for WSJ. Magazine Fall 2021 Men’s Style. Hair: Adlena. Make-up: Michaela Bosch. If you like our blog, please consider buying...