· Stimulating immune cleanup crew offers affordable possibility for treating rare genetic disorder →
The researchers’ confidence that a lack of efferocytosis might be a culprit in LAD1 increased when transferring normal neutrophils to LAD1 mice resolved inflammation in the animals.
· Mourning in America: a divided nation struggles to grieve 100,000 dead →
And the culprit is a deadly pathogen rather than a malevolent human actor.
· Brookfield Property Partners And Retail Crisis →
The publication caused a lot of discussions and this is a sequel devoted to the culprit of BPY directly.
The New York Times
· DealBook: The Reopening, in 5 Charts →
The biggest culprit might have been its aggressive financial engineering.
· Noble Energy: Robust Potential Despite Short-Term Headwinds →
I did not find any clarification in the notes why crude was so cheap, but perhaps the timing of delivery (and not quality/API gravity as a reader might guess) was the fundamental culprit of the unattractive price, precisely as in the case of the Guyanese crude from the Stabroek Block sold by Hess Corporation (HES) in March (I briefly touched upon it in the recent article).
· Visakhapatnam gas leak: Andhra Pradesh HC orders seizure of chemical plant; directors not to leave country →
A division bench comprising Chief Justice JK Maheshwari and Justice Lalitha Kanneganti was hearing a bunch of PILs including seeking justice on its own to the affected people and also shifting the factory from the present location, taking action against the culprits, among other prayers.
· Garmin: Possible Sales Contraction, Dividend Looks Relatively Protected →
It is also intuitively evident that plummeting sales of the OEM solutions will be a headache in 2020, perhaps one of the key culprits of sales contraction.
The New York Times
· Putin Speaks, Officials Shrug, and Doctors Are Caught in the Middle →
Accused of not filling in the necessary paperwork on time, he was branded as the main culprit in media outlets controlled by the regional authorities.
· Another British scandal, a sleight of hand and the same old story →
If our outrage stays solely directed towards X and Y, nothing will change, the circus will move on to the next scandal and we will be here again tomorrow, pointing our finger at some willing scapegoat, while entirely missing the very obvious culprit - a sleight of hand.