· George Floyd protests: Trump’s threat of military action ‘very dangerous’, warn retired US generals →
The president’s threats to employ military troops to put down protests in American cities and his steps to pull Pentagon leaders into his response to unrest in the nation’s capital have dramatically escalated the tensions that have beset the military since Mr Trump took office, highlighting the fragility of norms surrounding the military’s role in public life.
· A Brave New World For Value Investing →
… the facts always change but, unless the Covid-19 pandemic should escalate dramatically, the broad investment themes appear largely unchanged.
· Thailand to tout 'trusted' tourism in COVID-19 era →
The tourism industry, which accounts for 12 per cent of the economy, collapsed after the outbreak escalated.
· George Floyd protests: Trump and DC mayor clash over control of city’s streets as marches continue →
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser and Donald Trump were engaged in an escalating contest over control of Washington streets when the email from a military planner set off new alarms in the mayor’s office.
· Gap's (GPS) CEO Sonia Syngal on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Further, we have dramatically reduced our inventory purchases in the back half as we were just placing fall orders as the crisis escalated.
· Nasdaq's strict listing rules are a model - Pompeo →
The statement is the latest flashpoint in U.S.-China relations at a time of escalating tensions between the world's two largest economies over trade, the coronavirus pandemic and Hong Kong.
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· Despite reopening, some jobs lost to virus are gone for good →
As the virus and now protests across the U.S. have shed new light on economic inequalities, some experts say it’s time to rethink work, wages and health benefits altogether, especially as automation escalates and traditional trades vanish.
· AmInvestment maintains 'neutral' outlook on telco sector →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 5 — AmInvestment Bank has maintained its “neutral” outlook on the telecommunications sector, given the rising mobile competition amidst escalating capital expenditure requirements.
· Hong Kong's free media fears being silenced by China's national security law →
A source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters that if the row with the United States escalates further, Beijing could intervene in the issuance of work visas for foreign journalists in Hong Kong.