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  • 1/27   News Photos Slideshows
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  • 2/27   Press Review #voip #noisereduction
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    

 - Krisp’s smart noise-cancelling gets official release and pricing - TechCrunch   More Information - Global Pickup Noise Reduction Material Market Report 2019 Companies included 3M, Henkel, STP, Wolverine and Others - Research News   More Information - Innovations in Noise Reduction 2019 - Novel Technologies will be Utilized to Mitigate the High Intense Noise at Source - PRNewswire   More Information - Innovations in Noise Reduction, 2019 Research Report - GlobeNewswire   More Information - Jabra Changed How Noise-Canceling Headphones Work, and I Like It - Gizmodo   More Information - Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 hands-on review - Digital Trends   More Information - Give Dad the Gift of Silence With Noise-Canceling Headphones for Father's Day - ConsumerReports.org   More Information - Bose Introduces Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 - One Mile at a Time   More Information - FERRY ALERT: Fauntleroy dock work ahead, aimed at noise reduction - West Seattle Blog   More Information - Etymotic’s In-Ear Headphones Have 35dB Noise-Reduction - TechTheLead   More Information - He Quieted Jet Engines That Used to Burst Eardrums - Newswise   More Information - Noise-Reduction Helmets Market: Major Trends, Analysis and Outlook to 2025 | Bell, PT Tarakusuma Indah, HJC - Fox World Media   More Information - Noise reduction rear areas - Tesla Motors Club   More Information - Jabra Elite 85h promises superior noise cancellation - Tech News - The Star Online   More Information - BlueJeans Events Brings Interactive Video Livestreaming to the Digital Workplace - Yahoo Finance   More Information - Evinrude's New E-Tech 150 Is the Most Efficient Boat Engine We've Ever Seen - Popular Mechanics   More Information - Renesas Electronics Develops New Flash Memory Technology Achieving Larger Capacities, Faster Read Operation, and OTA Support in Automotive Microcontrollers Based on Next-Generation 28nm Process - Yahoo Finance   More Information - Daily Deals: 15% Off the Two Best Noise Cancelling Headphones - IGN Nordic   More Information - How many photos should you stack when shooting the night sky? - DIYphotography   More Information - BlueJeans On the Go: Mobile Meetings Without Compromise - MarTech Series   More Information


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    - Krisp’s smart noise-cancelling gets official release and pricing - TechCrunch
       More Information

    - Global Pickup Noise Reduction Material Market Report 2019 Companies included 3M, Henkel, STP, Wolverine and Others - Research News
       More Information

    - Innovations in Noise Reduction 2019 - Novel Technologies will be Utilized to Mitigate the High Intense Noise at Source - PRNewswire
       More Information

    - Innovations in Noise Reduction, 2019 Research Report - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - Jabra Changed How Noise-Canceling Headphones Work, and I Like It - Gizmodo
       More Information

    - Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 hands-on review - Digital Trends
       More Information

    - Give Dad the Gift of Silence With Noise-Canceling Headphones for Father's Day - ConsumerReports.org
       More Information

    - Bose Introduces Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 - One Mile at a Time
       More Information

    - FERRY ALERT: Fauntleroy dock work ahead, aimed at noise reduction - West Seattle Blog
       More Information

    - Etymotic’s In-Ear Headphones Have 35dB Noise-Reduction - TechTheLead
       More Information

    - He Quieted Jet Engines That Used to Burst Eardrums - Newswise
       More Information

    - Noise-Reduction Helmets Market: Major Trends, Analysis and Outlook to 2025 | Bell, PT Tarakusuma Indah, HJC - Fox World Media
       More Information

    - Noise reduction rear areas - Tesla Motors Club
       More Information

    - Jabra Elite 85h promises superior noise cancellation - Tech News - The Star Online
       More Information

    - BlueJeans Events Brings Interactive Video Livestreaming to the Digital Workplace - Yahoo Finance
       More Information

    - Evinrude's New E-Tech 150 Is the Most Efficient Boat Engine We've Ever Seen - Popular Mechanics
       More Information

    - Renesas Electronics Develops New Flash Memory Technology Achieving Larger Capacities, Faster Read Operation, and OTA Support in Automotive Microcontrollers Based on Next-Generation 28nm Process - Yahoo Finance
       More Information

    - Daily Deals: 15% Off the Two Best Noise Cancelling Headphones - IGN Nordic
       More Information

    - How many photos should you stack when shooting the night sky? - DIYphotography
       More Information

    - BlueJeans On the Go: Mobile Meetings Without Compromise - MarTech Series
       More Information


    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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  • 3/27   7 tax scams to watch out for this year

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.


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  • 4/27   Avowed Apple Fan Jeb Bush Realizes His Apple Watch Can Take Phone Calls

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”


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  • 5/27   Social media welcomes Pope Francis to the United States

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday.  As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit.  Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday. As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit. Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.


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  • 6/27   A Politician Did Drugs: Do We Care?
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    When in a fix, politicians will often clutch at the letter of the law and abandon its spirit. And of all the dodges, lies, and half-truths Bill Clinton told during his political career, his assertion as governor of Arkansas that, yes, he experimented with marijuana as a student, but no, he did not inhale, is the most absurd, if not the most consequential.Now, if Clinton had dealt crack in his youth, he would have been well-advised to plead the Fifth and tell the pesky journalist not to ask such impertinent questions -- which was essentially the approach of former British prime minister David Cameron when he was asked if he’d ever tried cocaine. But in this case, Clinton’s qualification was amusing because it was so unnecessary. The law he had violated was not American, but English. He puffed -- or rather, came close to puffing -- a doobie while a visiting Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.In the United Kingdom, journalists love asking leadership candidates about drugs (more as a proxy for hypocrisy than as a stand-alone test of moral character), and the current Tory leadership competition to replace Theresa May has been no exception.When asked the drugs question, Andrea Leadsom, Matt Hancock, Esther McVey, Dominic Raab, and Jeremy Hunt all admitted to having tried cannabis, the last of these adding that it was in drink form (okay?). Rory Stewart told the Telegraph that he had smoked opium while backpacking in Afghanistan. In Clintonesque form, Boris Johnson remarked that he tried cocaine but “sneezed and so it did not go up my nose.”In an interview from 2007 with Piers Morgan, which has now resurfaced, Johnson expanded on this experience, explaining: “I tried [cocaine] at university and I remember it vividly. And it achieved no pharmacological, psychotropical, or any other effect on me whatsoever.” This admission has also, seemingly, had no effect on his political career whatsoever. Johnson has his own peculiar political gravity, much to the irritation of his enemies. But, alas, the same is not so for Michael Gove.Gove, the current environment secretary and Johnson’s chief rival to replace Theresa May, admitted last week to taking cocaine on “several occasions” as a 30-year-old journalist, a decision he “deeply regrets.” Unlike the other candidates, this means that Gove has taken the Class A drug on multiple occasions as an adult professional -- which conjures images of sordid elites, rather than teenage shenanigans. Worse still, around the same time, Gove was penning articles condemning drug-taking and lax enforcement for the Times of London. Later, in 2013, when he was education secretary, his department introduced a potential lifetime ban for teachers with convictions (a.k.a. those stupid enough to get caught) for possession or supply of Class A drugs.It’s all rather awkward. Gove’s line now is that “people should never be defined by the worst decision that they’ve made” and that “people should be given a chance to redeem themselves and change.” But as prime minister? He also said on The Andrew Marr Show that “I am very, very conscious that the mistake I made was not one I would want anyone else to make.”Since Gove answered these questions so candidly -- which, remember, he needn’t have done -- a host of others have cropped up. For instance, did Gove ever lie on any American immigration forms, which asks visitors if they have “ever violated any law related to possessing, using, or distributing illegal drugs?” His spokesman says that he did not.People, especially teenagers, are certainly capable of self-betterment. But can a person who has ever willfully broken the law be trusted in the highest office in the executive branch of government? According to a YouGov poll, when it comes to cocaine, 56 percent of Britons, and as much as 67 percent of Tory voters, believe that someone who has ever taken cocaine should not be a member of Parliament.This is somewhat surprising, given that the British public tends to have fairly liberal attitudes to drug legislation. For instance, a Populus poll suggests that 59 percent of the population thinks marijuana should be legal.However, the charge against Gove is hypocrisy of the worst kind. Everyone knows that drugs are a social menace. The drug trade causes the misery of addiction, violence, family disunity, and corruption, which most seriously affects those living in areas of socioeconomic deprivation. This is to say nothing of the catastrophic effect it has on countries such as Colombia. Some believe greater legalization and regulation is the answer, others think we need to get tougher on drugs.But in Gove’s case, what’s striking is that, if you read his columns from the 1990s, the charge of hypocrisy seems misplaced. He writes: “There is a greater sin than hypocrisy. It is the refusal to uphold values because one may oneself have fallen short of them.” And, surely, that’s true.Gove didn’t wriggle out of the question with evasion or cheap humor. He didn’t do a Clinton. He faced it like a grown man. Like a grown man who had snorted cocaine and now wishes -- very sincerely, and for all the right reasons -- that he hadn’t.

    When in a fix, politicians will often clutch at the letter of the law and abandon its spirit. And of all the dodges, lies, and half-truths Bill Clinton told during his political career, his assertion as governor of Arkansas that, yes, he experimented with marijuana as a student, but no, he did not inhale, is the most absurd, if not the most consequential.Now, if Clinton had dealt crack in his youth, he would have been well-advised to plead the Fifth and tell the pesky journalist not to ask such impertinent questions -- which was essentially the approach of former British prime minister David Cameron when he was asked if he’d ever tried cocaine. But in this case, Clinton’s qualification was amusing because it was so unnecessary. The law he had violated was not American, but English. He puffed -- or rather, came close to puffing -- a doobie while a visiting Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.In the United Kingdom, journalists love asking leadership candidates about drugs (more as a proxy for hypocrisy than as a stand-alone test of moral character), and the current Tory leadership competition to replace Theresa May has been no exception.When asked the drugs question, Andrea Leadsom, Matt Hancock, Esther McVey, Dominic Raab, and Jeremy Hunt all admitted to having tried cannabis, the last of these adding that it was in drink form (okay?). Rory Stewart told the Telegraph that he had smoked opium while backpacking in Afghanistan. In Clintonesque form, Boris Johnson remarked that he tried cocaine but “sneezed and so it did not go up my nose.”In an interview from 2007 with Piers Morgan, which has now resurfaced, Johnson expanded on this experience, explaining: “I tried [cocaine] at university and I remember it vividly. And it achieved no pharmacological, psychotropical, or any other effect on me whatsoever.” This admission has also, seemingly, had no effect on his political career whatsoever. Johnson has his own peculiar political gravity, much to the irritation of his enemies. But, alas, the same is not so for Michael Gove.Gove, the current environment secretary and Johnson’s chief rival to replace Theresa May, admitted last week to taking cocaine on “several occasions” as a 30-year-old journalist, a decision he “deeply regrets.” Unlike the other candidates, this means that Gove has taken the Class A drug on multiple occasions as an adult professional -- which conjures images of sordid elites, rather than teenage shenanigans. Worse still, around the same time, Gove was penning articles condemning drug-taking and lax enforcement for the Times of London. Later, in 2013, when he was education secretary, his department introduced a potential lifetime ban for teachers with convictions (a.k.a. those stupid enough to get caught) for possession or supply of Class A drugs.It’s all rather awkward. Gove’s line now is that “people should never be defined by the worst decision that they’ve made” and that “people should be given a chance to redeem themselves and change.” But as prime minister? He also said on The Andrew Marr Show that “I am very, very conscious that the mistake I made was not one I would want anyone else to make.”Since Gove answered these questions so candidly -- which, remember, he needn’t have done -- a host of others have cropped up. For instance, did Gove ever lie on any American immigration forms, which asks visitors if they have “ever violated any law related to possessing, using, or distributing illegal drugs?” His spokesman says that he did not.People, especially teenagers, are certainly capable of self-betterment. But can a person who has ever willfully broken the law be trusted in the highest office in the executive branch of government? According to a YouGov poll, when it comes to cocaine, 56 percent of Britons, and as much as 67 percent of Tory voters, believe that someone who has ever taken cocaine should not be a member of Parliament.This is somewhat surprising, given that the British public tends to have fairly liberal attitudes to drug legislation. For instance, a Populus poll suggests that 59 percent of the population thinks marijuana should be legal.However, the charge against Gove is hypocrisy of the worst kind. Everyone knows that drugs are a social menace. The drug trade causes the misery of addiction, violence, family disunity, and corruption, which most seriously affects those living in areas of socioeconomic deprivation. This is to say nothing of the catastrophic effect it has on countries such as Colombia. Some believe greater legalization and regulation is the answer, others think we need to get tougher on drugs.But in Gove’s case, what’s striking is that, if you read his columns from the 1990s, the charge of hypocrisy seems misplaced. He writes: “There is a greater sin than hypocrisy. It is the refusal to uphold values because one may oneself have fallen short of them.” And, surely, that’s true.Gove didn’t wriggle out of the question with evasion or cheap humor. He didn’t do a Clinton. He faced it like a grown man. Like a grown man who had snorted cocaine and now wishes -- very sincerely, and for all the right reasons -- that he hadn’t.


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  • 7/27   Italy's Salvini threats to use strict new law on German NGO boat
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini threatened on Wednesday to use tough, new measures for the first time on a German charity ship, Sea Watch, after it picked up migrants off the coast of Libya without authorization.  'This is the umpteenth time Sea Watch, which is a real pirate ship, has done something like this,' said Salvini, who also serves as deputy prime minister in the ruling coalition and is head of the far-right League party.  The Italian government on Tuesday approved a security decree that gives the Interior Ministry the power to deny access to Italian territorial waters to vessels that it considers are a risk to security or public order.

    Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini threatened on Wednesday to use tough, new measures for the first time on a German charity ship, Sea Watch, after it picked up migrants off the coast of Libya without authorization. 'This is the umpteenth time Sea Watch, which is a real pirate ship, has done something like this,' said Salvini, who also serves as deputy prime minister in the ruling coalition and is head of the far-right League party. The Italian government on Tuesday approved a security decree that gives the Interior Ministry the power to deny access to Italian territorial waters to vessels that it considers are a risk to security or public order.


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  • 8/27   Zell, other former Tribune executives reach $200 million settlement over LBO
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    Marc Kirschner, a litigation trustee representing Tribune creditors, filed the proposed settlement on May 31 with the U.S. bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Delaware.  Lawyers for Zell and FitzSimons did not immediately respond on Wednesday to requests for comment.

    Marc Kirschner, a litigation trustee representing Tribune creditors, filed the proposed settlement on May 31 with the U.S. bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Delaware. Lawyers for Zell and FitzSimons did not immediately respond on Wednesday to requests for comment.


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  • 9/27   Bernie Sanders bets on 'socialism' being mainstream as Donald Trump sees an opening
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    When Sen. Bernie Sanders doubles down on "democratic socialism" Wednesday he will be speaking to the broader themes of the 2020 presidential race.

    When Sen. Bernie Sanders doubles down on "democratic socialism" Wednesday he will be speaking to the broader themes of the 2020 presidential race.


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  • 10/27   Trump Warns Germany of Pipeline Sanctions, Troop Shift to Poland
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Echoing previous threats about German support for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Trump said he’s looking at sanctions to block the project he’s warned would leave Berlin “captive” to Moscow.  The U.S. also hopes to export its own liquefied natural gas to Germany.

    Echoing previous threats about German support for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Trump said he’s looking at sanctions to block the project he’s warned would leave Berlin “captive” to Moscow. The U.S. also hopes to export its own liquefied natural gas to Germany.


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  • 11/27   Hong Kong slams brakes on extradition bill amid massive protests
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    The afternoon violence marked a major escalation in the semiautonomous Chinese territory’s biggest political crisis in years.

    The afternoon violence marked a major escalation in the semiautonomous Chinese territory’s biggest political crisis in years.


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  • 12/27   How Should Investors React To Aspen Group, Inc.'s (NASDAQ:ASPU) CEO Pay?
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Mike Mathews became the CEO of Aspen Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASPU) in 2012. This analysis aims first to contrast CEO...

    Mike Mathews became the CEO of Aspen Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASPU) in 2012. This analysis aims first to contrast CEO...


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  • 13/27   Seniors were sold a risk-free retirement with reverse mortgages. Now they face foreclosure.
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    Urban African American neighborhoods are hardest hit as nearly 100,000 loans have failed.

    Urban African American neighborhoods are hardest hit as nearly 100,000 loans have failed.


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  • 14/27   Back-and-forth trade moves leave businesses uncertain, wary
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Jeff Schwager is wondering whether it truly makes sense to sell his company's cheese outside the U.S.  Schwager's company, Sartori, faced potential retaliatory tariffs from Mexico when President Donald Trump threatened nearly two weeks ago to reopen a trade war with Mexico to pressure its government to halt the flow of Central American migrants to the U.S. border.  Sartori already had to deal with months of 25% Mexican tariffs in last year's trade dispute with the U.S. The Plymouth, Wisconsin-based company is also paying tariffs on sales to China, a result of the U.S. trade dispute with that country.

    Jeff Schwager is wondering whether it truly makes sense to sell his company's cheese outside the U.S. Schwager's company, Sartori, faced potential retaliatory tariffs from Mexico when President Donald Trump threatened nearly two weeks ago to reopen a trade war with Mexico to pressure its government to halt the flow of Central American migrants to the U.S. border. Sartori already had to deal with months of 25% Mexican tariffs in last year's trade dispute with the U.S. The Plymouth, Wisconsin-based company is also paying tariffs on sales to China, a result of the U.S. trade dispute with that country.


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  • 15/27   Back-and-forth trade moves leave businesses uncertain, wary
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Jeff Schwager is wondering whether it truly makes sense to sell his company's cheese outside the U.S.  Schwager's company, Sartori, faced potential retaliatory tariffs from Mexico when President Donald Trump threatened nearly two weeks ago to reopen a trade war with Mexico to pressure its government to halt the flow of Central American migrants to the U.S. border.  Sartori already had to deal with months of 25% Mexican tariffs in last year's trade dispute with the U.S. The Plymouth, Wisconsin-based company is also paying tariffs on sales to China, a result of the U.S. trade dispute with that country.

    Jeff Schwager is wondering whether it truly makes sense to sell his company's cheese outside the U.S. Schwager's company, Sartori, faced potential retaliatory tariffs from Mexico when President Donald Trump threatened nearly two weeks ago to reopen a trade war with Mexico to pressure its government to halt the flow of Central American migrants to the U.S. border. Sartori already had to deal with months of 25% Mexican tariffs in last year's trade dispute with the U.S. The Plymouth, Wisconsin-based company is also paying tariffs on sales to China, a result of the U.S. trade dispute with that country.


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  • 16/27   US regulator urges review of financial risk posed by climate change
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    Global losses from natural disasters reached $160 billion in 2018, above the 30-year average of $140 billion, and that poses a risk to financial markets as well, said Rostin Behnam, a commissioner on the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission.  'Our commodity markets and the financial markets that support them will suffer if we do not take action to mitigate the risk of contagion,' Behnam said in opening remarks at a CFTC meeting on market risk.

    Global losses from natural disasters reached $160 billion in 2018, above the 30-year average of $140 billion, and that poses a risk to financial markets as well, said Rostin Behnam, a commissioner on the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission. 'Our commodity markets and the financial markets that support them will suffer if we do not take action to mitigate the risk of contagion,' Behnam said in opening remarks at a CFTC meeting on market risk.


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  • 17/27   Are NetEase, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:NTES) High Returns Really That Great?
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    Today we are going to look at NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...

    Today we are going to look at NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...


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  • 18/27   Have Insiders Been Buying Astec Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASTE) Shares This Year?
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    It is not uncommon to see companies perform well in the years after insiders buy shares. On the other hand, we'd be...

    It is not uncommon to see companies perform well in the years after insiders buy shares. On the other hand, we'd be...


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  • 19/27   Ethics case dropped against judge over execution protest
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    An Arkansas disciplinary panel dismissed an ethics case against a judge who faced the possibility of removal from the bench for participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration the same day he blocked the state from using an execution drug, the commission's counsel said Wednesday.  The Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission dismissed the case Tuesday against Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen because too much time had passed between the complaint being filed and the commission taking up the case, according an email that counsel Marie-Bernarde Miller sent to attorneys in the case.  Griffen was accused of violating ethical rules after he was photographed in April 2017 lying on a cot outside the governor's mansion wearing an anti-death penalty button and surrounded by people holding signs opposing executions.

    An Arkansas disciplinary panel dismissed an ethics case against a judge who faced the possibility of removal from the bench for participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration the same day he blocked the state from using an execution drug, the commission's counsel said Wednesday. The Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission dismissed the case Tuesday against Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen because too much time had passed between the complaint being filed and the commission taking up the case, according an email that counsel Marie-Bernarde Miller sent to attorneys in the case. Griffen was accused of violating ethical rules after he was photographed in April 2017 lying on a cot outside the governor's mansion wearing an anti-death penalty button and surrounded by people holding signs opposing executions.


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  • 20/27   A college grad flees U.S. to avoid student loan debt: 'I had to escape this prison'
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    Loan payments rolled in and Chad Albright still couldn't find a job. He felt crushed by his debt. So instead of paying it off, he left the country.

    Loan payments rolled in and Chad Albright still couldn't find a job. He felt crushed by his debt. So instead of paying it off, he left the country.


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  • 21/27   What Type Of Shareholder Owns Ames National Corporation's (NASDAQ:ATLO)?
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    Every investor in Ames National Corporation (NASDAQ:ATLO) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups...

    Every investor in Ames National Corporation (NASDAQ:ATLO) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups...


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  • 22/27   Canada urged to introduce universal drug plan
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    An advisory council appointed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday recommended introducing a national drug program to curtail soaring costs and help millions who cannot afford their prescriptions.  The proposal for universal coverage of prescription drugs to replace a patchwork of private and provincial plans is expected to be a hot-button issue in the October federal election.  Trudeau's Liberals and the New Democrats have already come out in favor of it, while the Conservatives said it would be too costly and are instead touting filling in gaps in private insurance coverage.

    An advisory council appointed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday recommended introducing a national drug program to curtail soaring costs and help millions who cannot afford their prescriptions. The proposal for universal coverage of prescription drugs to replace a patchwork of private and provincial plans is expected to be a hot-button issue in the October federal election. Trudeau's Liberals and the New Democrats have already come out in favor of it, while the Conservatives said it would be too costly and are instead touting filling in gaps in private insurance coverage.


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  • 23/27   May budget deficit hits record $207.8 billion
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    The federal government's budget deficit in May rose to a record $207.8 billion, 41.5% higher than a year ago.  The Treasury Department said Wednesday that the increase in the May deficit from an imbalance of $146.8 billion in May 2018 reflected the fact that because June 1 fell on a Saturday, benefit payments for June were paid out in May.  Through the first eight months of this budget year, the budget deficit totals $738.6 billion, an increase of 38.8% over the same period last year.

    The federal government's budget deficit in May rose to a record $207.8 billion, 41.5% higher than a year ago. The Treasury Department said Wednesday that the increase in the May deficit from an imbalance of $146.8 billion in May 2018 reflected the fact that because June 1 fell on a Saturday, benefit payments for June were paid out in May. Through the first eight months of this budget year, the budget deficit totals $738.6 billion, an increase of 38.8% over the same period last year.


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  • 24/27   Kamala Harris Vows Executive Action to Allow Citizenship for Dreamers 
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    The move sets her apart from major rivals for the Democratic nomination, with a far-reaching set of executive actions aimed at allowing Dreamers, those immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, to become American citizens.  If the California senator wins the nomination, it promises to be a divisive issue in a general election battle against President Donald Trump, who has made restricting immigration a centerpiece of his platform.  It’s the right thing to do,” Harris said Wednesday in an interview.

    The move sets her apart from major rivals for the Democratic nomination, with a far-reaching set of executive actions aimed at allowing Dreamers, those immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, to become American citizens. If the California senator wins the nomination, it promises to be a divisive issue in a general election battle against President Donald Trump, who has made restricting immigration a centerpiece of his platform. It’s the right thing to do,” Harris said Wednesday in an interview.


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  • 25/27   Nike adds mannequins for plus-sized and para-sport athletes to its flagship store
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    Nike gave one of its stores a makeover that included adding an updated women's floor with plus-size and para-sport mannequins for the first time.

    Nike gave one of its stores a makeover that included adding an updated women's floor with plus-size and para-sport mannequins for the first time.


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  • 26/27   Trump says considering 2,000 new troops for Poland
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    The United States is considering sending 2,000 more troops to Poland, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday at White House talks with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda -- while stopping short of promising a permanent presence.  Trump said the additional US troops would be moved to Poland from fellow NATO-member Germany, but cautioned that the discussions had not been finalized.  Around 5,000 US troops currently rotate in and out of Poland.

    The United States is considering sending 2,000 more troops to Poland, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday at White House talks with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda -- while stopping short of promising a permanent presence. Trump said the additional US troops would be moved to Poland from fellow NATO-member Germany, but cautioned that the discussions had not been finalized. Around 5,000 US troops currently rotate in and out of Poland.


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  • 27/27   Big Brutus attraction adds another coal mining shovel
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    A historic coal mining shovel that was hidden under bramble for more than 70 years has gone on display in southeast Kansas alongside its more well-known successor, an 11-million pound (5 million kilogram) orange giant known as Big Brutus.  The Joplin Globe reports that a ceremony to dedicate the Markley shovel is slated for 1 p.m. Saturday at the Big Brutus Visitors Center, a nonprofit museum in West Mineral.  Coal mine operator Perry Markley designed and built the shovel in the early 1900s using junkyard parts.

    A historic coal mining shovel that was hidden under bramble for more than 70 years has gone on display in southeast Kansas alongside its more well-known successor, an 11-million pound (5 million kilogram) orange giant known as Big Brutus. The Joplin Globe reports that a ceremony to dedicate the Markley shovel is slated for 1 p.m. Saturday at the Big Brutus Visitors Center, a nonprofit museum in West Mineral. Coal mine operator Perry Markley designed and built the shovel in the early 1900s using junkyard parts.


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