The Privilege of Politics
Actor Chris Pratt finds himself a target of left Hollywood and various social media enforcers for his apparent lack of support for Joe Biden, a sin in his industry. Pratt has endorsed neither Biden nor Trump, which seems eminently sensible for a boy-next-door type who plays superheroes and adventurers in big blockbusters. But staying quiet is never enough for the political jackals, who insist s...
Goldman recast as villain of Wall Street with damning 1MDB pact
Goldman's costs from the scandal hurtled beyond $5 billion Thursday while a subsidiary pleaded guilty to a U.S. criminal charge for the first time in the firm's history.
House Hunting in Croatia: A Modern Mountain Villa for $1.2 Million
Outside of Zagreb, low interest rates and the demand for more space are leading buyers to Croatia’s mountainous regions.
Analysis: Green is the color of money for funds betting on a Biden win
Fund managers betting that green-type stocks with environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials will benefit from an expected win by Democrat Joe Biden in the U.S. presidential election are also looking at a swathe of other companies expected to rise along with them.
Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle
Walmart is suing the U.S. government in a pre-emptive strike in the battle over its responsibility in the opioid abuse crisis
'Call them out': In Maine, Gideon asks voters to punish GOP
Filed under: News , Politics , 2020 Election The last time Democrat Sara Gideon ran for office, she trounced her Republican challenger and spent a measly $4,299.99 doing it. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Southwest Airlines faces backlash after announcing its unblocking middle seats: 'Social distancing is NOT optional'
EleVen By Venus Williams Launches New ‘Rib’ collection
EleVen, the lifestyle brand founded by tennis superstar Venus Williams, is launching its new “Rib Collection” today.
Trump, Biden To Discuss Legalized Marijuana Or Psychedelics? Presidential Debate Oddsmakers Chime In
Permanently remote workers seen doubling in 2021 due to pandemic productivity: survey
The percentage of workers around the world that is permanently working from home is expected to double in 2021 as productivity has increased during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey from U.S.-based Enterprise Technology Research (ETR).
Target shoppers can now make reservations to avoid holiday crowds
The big-box retailer is rolling out new safety measures, including expanded pick-up and delivery options.
Ovens, dishwashers and washing machines are breaking down like never before. But there’s nobody to fix them.
New federal rule will make it harder to challenge discrimination in the housing industry, lawsuits allege