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· Synchrony Financial Preferred: 7% Current Yield That Still Has Some Upside Potential →
Source: Subscribers' spreadsheet.
· Branson joins Virgin creditors' queue as bidders hit final straight →
While Canadian asset manager Brookfield dropped out of the formal contest due to concerns about how the administration was being run, sources close to the group say it remains interested in owning Virgin and could still make an offer for the airline.
· SCSS rules relaxed! Retired from job in February, March or April 2020? Invest till June →
Interest earned is fully taxable and to be added to one’s ‘Income from other sources’.
· Not so smart money: Inside the Dally M betting scandal →
A source close to Wilson says he is a devout Christian who had not had a drink in a year before then and the betting plunge had been the result of loose lips at the pub.
The Wall Street Journal
· News Corp to Stop Printing 100 Australian Newspapers →
“Despite the audiences of News Corp’s digital mastheads growing more than 60% as Australians turned to trusted media sources during the peak of the recent Covid-19 lockdowns, print advertising spending, which contributes the majority of our revenues, has accelerated its decline,” News Corp Australasia Executive Chairman Michael Miller said in a statement.
· Pandemic worsens pain of periods for women across the world: NGO →
That’s how bad the situation is,” she told Reuters by phone, adding that water scarcity meant women in lockdown were washing in unclean sources.
· 'I felt fear, humiliation': Aboriginal elder joins push to change hate crime laws →
“This was a shock to me and a great disappointment and immense source of frustration,” Ms Clarke said.
· China’s rich skirting Hong Kong to seek asset safety elsewhere →
HONG KONG, May 28 — Rich Chinese are expected to park fewer funds in Hong Kong on worries that Beijing’s proposed national security law for the city could allow mainland authorities to track and seize their wealth, bankers and other industry sources said.
· China's rich skirting Hong Kong to seek asset safety elsewhere →
HONG KONG: Rich Chinese are expected to park fewer funds in Hong Kong on worries that Beijing's proposed national security law for the city could allow mainland authorities to track and seize their wealth, bankers and other industry sources said.
· Meet News Break, the news app trending in America founded by a Chinese media veteran →
Former Microsoft executive Harry Shum joins News Break, a local news aggregator founded in the U.S. by a Chinese media veteran (Photo source: News Break)