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· Why Gray Television Is A Long-Term Hold And TEGNA Is A Potential Trade →
The metric can account for shareholder accretive acquisitions that fuel per-share growth and penalize companies that have destroyed shareholder capital through dilutive M&As.
· Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnson have wrecked something precious →
In the process, they have destroyed something that mattered more than any of them – something unspoken but precious.
· Aston Martin: Dealt Great Cards Now They Need To Play The Hand Better →
This is perhaps no surprise as the shares have fallen from £19 on float to lows of 35p, destroying 94 percent of shareholder value along the way.
· Move on from lies and arrogance? No, let’s reflect →
Campaign for Brexit, which will destroy our economy, unity and position in the world – tell lots of lies, move on.
· MCMC warns businesses not to misuse personal data collected for Covid-19 contact tracing →
The business premises must also ensure that the data obtained are accurate, complete and not misleading and the information could only be kept up to six months after the Conditional MCO ends, after which all data must be destroyed and deleted.
The New York Times
· Why We Can’t Foresee the Pandemic’s Long-Term Effects →
They can create social discord, reduce people’s willingness to spend and take risks, destroy business momentum and shake confidence in the value of investments.
The China Post
· Battered Caribbean prepares for hurricanes amid pandemic →
Santos Seda, mayor of the southern coastal town of Guánica, said the quakes damaged or destroyed six schools, leaving only one operational for a shelter if needed.
· Lead and we follow: country of over-achievers in times of crisis →
The 1974-75 recession destroyed the government of Gough Whitlam.
· Transport: We need sensible, viable infrastructure projects →
Whilst we hurdle towards a recession, $16billion is set to be wasted on a toll road that will cut though communities, destroy parklands and lock Melbourne into a future of car-dependency.
· They made a mockery of our trust: why Britain is united in fury at the PM and his adviser →
But what the Cummings affair has revealed is that the British voter, already raw from the divisions of Brexit, see his actions in a light much worse than hypocrisy: he has destroyed public trust.