· Lebanese investigators probe negligence in Beirut blast →
The port of Beirut and customs office is notorious for being one of the most corrupt and lucrative institutions in Lebanon where various factions and politicians, including Hezbollah, hold sway.
The New York Times
· Where Will the New Good Jobs Come From? Look Here →
The United States long reserved its most lucrative occupations for an elite class of white men.
· Lebanese clear blast rubble from roads around cratered port →
The Port of Beirut and customs office are notorious for being among the most corrupt and lucrative institutions in Lebanon, where various factions and politicians, including the Iran-backed Hezbollah militant group, hold sway.
The Japan Times
· Nintendo hikes Switch target again to sate coronavirus gaming boom →
Its assembly partners, who also serve major smartphone makers, initially prioritized requests from more lucrative handset contracts, but now find themselves with more capacity as orders level off due to the economic downturn as well as the roiling U.S.-China conflict.
The New York Times
· The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in August →
The co-directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (best-known for the documentary “Jesus Camp”) get to know these ladies, who for the most part don’t seem like easy or even lucrative marks.
· Brazil environment minister vows results on deforestation →
He repeated his criticism of wealthy countries that have dragged their feet on implementing emissions trading schemes set out in the Paris climate accord, which could be a lucrative market for Brazil.
· The Arbutus Story Isn't The Recent Win Over Moderna →
The ARO-HBV program was the subject of a lucrative and large partnership deal in 2018 with Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) for $250M upfront and up to $3.5B on the tail end.
· Bale left out of Real Madrid squad to face Man City →
The Welshman has a contract until 2022 and was set to make a lucrative move to the Chinese Super League last year before the transfer was scuttled when Real made a last-minute decision to insist on a transfer fee rather than terminate his contract.