The Wall Street Journal
· Trump Administration Seeks Crackdown on Chinese Companies With Shares Traded in U.S. →
The proposal addresses a long-simmering dispute over U.S. regulators’ inability to inspect the accounting quality of Chinese companies that sell shares here.
· U.S. Moves to Tighten Disclosure Requirements for China Listings →
At issue is an almost two-decade-old dispute over China’s refusal to allow the inspectors from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board to review audits of firms that trade on American markets.
· Monroe Capital's (MRCC) CEO Ted Koenig on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Regarding Rockdale Blackhawk, as we've discussed on prior calls, there was a pending private arbitration of a breach of contract claim with a national insurance carrier with a material amount in dispute, that claim served as collateral for the MRCC loan to Rockdale Blackhawk.
· Trump Touts Whirlpool Job Gains From Tariffs That Hit Consumers →
The ITC said Whirlpool disputed that figure and argued in its response to questions by the commission that the true cost to consumers of each job “was between $14,623 and $21,723.”
· InterDigital, Inc. (IDCC) CEO Bill Merritt on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I think that ultimately when you look at these disputes on [indiscernible], they're actually very straightforward disputes.
· VENN is sleek and well-produced. Will gamers give the TV network a chance? →
Pressed on if hosts would be allowed, for example to discuss the Hong Kong-China dispute, an issue for which Activison Blizzard’s decisions have drawn sharp criticism, Horn said, “We are in support of human rights and we can have unfiltered discussions.”
· Let’s not ignore the serial foreign policy failures of this administration →
The Post’s View: Chaos in Libya and a dam dispute in East Africa reflect a world without U.S. leadership
· South China Sea warning: Beijing brags its nuclear-tipped missiles can sink US ships →
The People's Liberation Army's Rocket Force recently launched a DF-26 intermediate-range anti-ship ballistic missile - which can be equipped with nuclear warheads - as part of an ongoing exercise, after the US sent the vessels to the disputed waterway for exercises.
The New York Times
· ‘Racism Is Pervasive’ at Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Report Says →
Maureen Fitzhenry, the museum spokeswoman, disputed the assertion that the museum had revised content for political or nationalistic reasons.
· Alex Lewis defends New York Jets head coach Adam Gase: 'I got mad respect for him' →
Following his public demands for a trade over a contract dispute, Adams then took shots at Jets general manager Joe Douglas and then Gase.