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|private equity firm||Частная акционерная компания|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Coronavirus Australia latest updates: NSW healthcare workers protest pay freeze as legal threat to Queensland border closure looms – live news →
“We are arguing that the Queensland government did not have the constitutional right to shut the border,” Mahoneys litigation partner Mitchell Downes said in a statement on the firm’s website.
· China buys U.S. soybeans despite order to stop purchases - Reuters →
Chinese firms bought at least three cargoes of U.S. soybeans (NYSEARCA:SOYB) today, even as the government had told them to halt purchases after the Trump administration said it would eliminate special treatment for Hong Kong, Reuters reports.
· Japan's corporate profits log biggest fall since 2009 →
Profits of the wholesale and retail industry dropped 38.0 percent as trading firms suffered from lower energy prices.
· Yahoo to offer social media firms AI tech that detects abusive posts →
Yahoo Japan Corp said Monday it will provide social media firms with artificial intelligence technology that can detect abusive and other inappropriate online posts following the death of a Japanese professional wrestler and reality TV star that is believed to be linked to cyber-bullying.
· JPMorgan is flying high during the pandemic →
Other trading firms are doing well too, although not as handsomely as Pinto's employer.
· Global stocks rise despite protests, US-China tensions →
Global stock markets were firmer Monday, with Wall Street reversing opening losses and shrugging off unrest in many American cities following anti-racism protests and worsening US-China tensions.
· Nomura stays positive on key chip stocks despite challenges ahead →
Overall, the firm has a positive view on microprocessors and rates Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) and AMD a Buy.
· The pandemic is the defining duel of conflicting economic models →
It will take several years for firms to rebuild their balance sheets, and for new jobs to replace those that have been permanently lost.
· Valerie Jarrett: During these uncertain times, we must do what is right, not easy →
For six years after law school, I worked for a big corporate law firms and was completely miserable.
· Trump's push to regulate social media faces uphill battle at FCC →
U.S. President Donald Trump's effort to regulate social media companies' content decisions may face an uphill battle from regulators who have previously said they cannot oversee the conduct of internet firms.