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· When the Protesters Carried Guns →
There’s an illuminating precedent, as you may know: On May 2, 1967, about two dozen members of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, carrying loaded shotguns and pistols, walked onto the grounds of the State Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.
· Party City Still Has A Lot Of Work Left To Do →
To avoid a restructuring, Party City needs to improve upon even pre-crisis performance.
· Harrison: U.S.-China Relations Will Put A Headwind On Risk Assets - Ed Harrison →
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The book opens with a sumptuous party in Warsaw in August 1939 (“The lights were subdued and everywhere were ornate vases of long-stemmed flowers that added their scent to the perfumes of the gayly dressed women”), but within only a few pages the narrator has been mobilised and deployed to the south of the country, where his division suffers a swift military defeat and he is taken prisoner.
· The riots shed light on an unhealthy situation →
Political parties should be forced to take a stand on such issues as part of their election manifesto and held to account for timely implementation after the election.
· Brookfield's surprise Virgin bid wins a seat at the table →
Deloitte's team lead by partner Vaughan Strawbridge spent Monday grilling the four shortlisted parties about their offers for Virgin ahead of choosing the final two bidders, expected on Tuesday, who will be asked to make binding offers for the airline by June 12.
· No pokies, no Ho and no Chinese VIPs: Packer's Barangaroo challenge →
Over the years the lobbying had been spearheaded by Crown executive and former national secretary of the Labor Party Karl Bitar and former federal Labor minister now Packer lobbyist, Mark Arbib.
· Armenian PM tests positive for virus as cases surge →
Pashinyan was elected prime minister in the wake of mass popular protests he led two years ago against veteran leader Serzh Sarkisian and his Republican Party.
· Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A. - Eletrobrás (EBR) CEO Wilson Ferreira on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
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· Coronavirus claims Bollywood composer Wajid Khan at 42 →
Sajid-Wajid’s foot-tapping numbers like Munni badnaam hui (“Munni lost her reputation”) and “Do you wanna partner” became a staple of Indian wedding parties.